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Video: Best dunks of the conference finals

May 30, 2011, 5:38 PM EDT

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What’s going to help you get through the end of Memorial Day weekend?

Dunks. Big dunks in big games.

With that in mind we present for your entertainment the best dunks of the NBA conference finals. Dunks that changed games or just rocked rims. Something to look forward to with the NBA finals starting Tuesday (you know LeBron is going to get loose for a couple, and you know Tyson Chandler is going to get an ally-oop over Joel Anthony).

  1. db105 - May 30, 2011 at 7:53 PM

    If you are as tall as these guys it really is not hard to dunk. But the simple minds really think it is a major athletic feat.

  2. worldbfree4me - May 30, 2011 at 9:49 PM

    Move #2 to #1…. See the poster here! http://twitpic.com/50482y/full

  3. neeciekay - May 31, 2011 at 4:55 PM

    It was very refreshing to see the majority of the GREAT dunks were at the hands of the new, fresh and young players. It’s not exciting to see Lebron dunk, that’s the basis of his game, snoooze fest, however, it is breath-taking and unexpected to see Taj Gibson and/or Louol Deng take it to the face of the “superstars”. KD’s dunk was the best of them all to me, though he’s tall, and it’s probably not as difficult for him to dunk as it would be a shorter player, but, his athletisism is still amazing!! I caint wait for next season. Hopefully it won’t be so one-sided and some young teams will get a real shot at a title, without the whistle-happy foot soldiers of the “powers that be” in the league.

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