Slam Dunk Contest 2012 Video: Chase Budinger Windmills

For the final dunk of the first round of dunks in the 2012 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, Derrick Williams windmilled over a motorcycle. Chase Budinger decided to improve on that dunk ... by removing the motorcycle?

The Houston Rockets forward, after dusting off his shoes, performed one of the most perfunctory dunks you will see in any dunk contest ever as his follow-up to dunking over Diddy in the first round. It really is just a simple windmill that you've seen scores of times in dunk contests and games, but Charles Barkley tried to make it sound better by noting where he leapt from, which wasn't in any way impressive.

If you would like to vote for Budinger doing a simple windmill dunk and making it, you are a sad human, but you can do so by following the instructions here.

For all your 2012 Slam Dunk Contest needs, be sure to visit this StoryStream.

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