Who said Kobe can't still throw it down 17 years into his career? He beat three Nets and slammed it down on Humphries...vintage Kobe. The one reason that this isn't higher is because he didn't get as much height as some of the other dunks.
Missing the three-pointer, getting the offensive rebound, and then throwing it down on LaMarcus Aldridge with authority?? Byron Mullens being on the Bobcats is probably the main reason why this dunk is often underrated.
This one was almost on the level of the DeAndre Jordan dunk and is similarly a big man just demolishing a guard. At least Alonzo Gee had the wherewithal to smile and appreciate what just went down.
This is the one dunk in here that isn't a posterizing slam but the between the legs alley-oop to the windmill jam? Come on now, that's just not fair.
The most recent one..."good Knight!" or whatever you want to call it, the lefty DeAndre Jordan threw down an incredible alley-oop from Chris Paul over Brandon Knight with his right hand.
This dunk speaks for itself, I don't have much to add aside from the fact that it is going to be the No. 1 highlight of the Bobcats for this year. This is the near epitome of a posterizingly authoritative monstrous throw-down. Yes, I just made that word up to describe this dunk.