More Dunks, Because You Can Never Really Have Too Many Dunks

Blake Griffin's dunk has got the internet all excited Monday night, and even if the dunk itself wasn't THAT crazy, at least it was a great excuse to spend an embarrassing amount of time on YouTube this morning. You've seen five or six of of the greatest past and present NBA dunks over here, but we left way too many quality options off that list. So in the interest of equal time, here are a handful of other vicious slams throughout history, with some help from Twitter.

1. Shaq on Chris Dudley (via @Bomani_Jones)

2. Tom Chambers on Mark Jackson (via @tdorourke)

3. Amare on Anthony Tolliver (via @19jms)

4. Kevin Johnson on Olajuwon

5. Dominique Wilkins on Larry Bird

6. Kobe Bryant on Steve Nash (via my buddy Malson)

7. Kevin Durant on Brendan Haywood (via @NickiJhabvala)

8. Michael Jordan on Patrick Ewing

9. John Starks on Michael Jordan

10. Shawn Kemp's Entire Career

Feel free to add more in the comments.

Now, who wants to talk about crossovers?

UPDATE: Chris Webber behind-the-back on Barkley, and oh yeah, DOCTOR J. Can't believe we included Tom Chambers and left off Doctor J. God.

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