Dominique Wilkins and Spud Webb dominated the 1986 Slam Dunk

The 1986 NBA Slam Dunk contest was a name for fans. Dominique Wilkins, the holder of the previous year, and the championship scorer decided to join and try to win the title a second time. The only problem was that his Atlanta Hawks teammate, Spud Webb, had something different in mind.

Just enter the race, Spud has recorded a record that the shortest NBA basketball to join the slam dunk competition is only 5 feet 7 inches. The fans were really surprised to find the small size of Spud Webb when dunking competing with their competitors. He was the only player who was under six feet. Dominique Wilkins raises himself up to 6 feet and 8 inches.

As expected, the race immediately gave an exciting glimpse. Two famous basketballs competed against each other as they presented the best slam pricing in NBA history. But Spud Webb reigned and took home the slam dunk championship night. If you look at video games, you can see Dominique's happiness that his teammate beat him. The Human Highlight Film

Dominique Wilkins is happy to watch when he was in the ball or simply dribbling to a simple set up or flapping a dunking dunk. He's always been a great scorer, and has consistently been ranked among the most productive players in NBA history. He also maintains the record that most free kicks are played during the regular season without a single lady. In 1992, the Atlanta Hawks and Chicago Bulls played 23 free throws.

The 1986 Dominique Wilkins and Spud Webb dunking match was not the only one where he was best known. He was a competitor to the competition with Michael Jordan in the Slam Dunk title that basketball fans are among the best races. In one of the matches, Jordan was the famous dunk to start off the free throws.

Dominique won the Slam Dunk championship in 1985 and five years later in 1990 against Kenny Smith. the Utah Jazz described it in 1982, but he expressed his intention of not playing the team. Jazz then moved to Atlanta Hawks, Dominique played in the best years of his professional career. During his time at Hawk, NBA's nine-star NBA All Star was selected.

After playing for 11 years in Atlanta, then moved to Los Angeles Clippers, then with Boston Celtics in Greece, then San Antonio Spurs, then Orlando Magic.

Damaged by injuries that fell in later years. But they would not be enough to take the lead footage into the "Embracing" movies that dazzled the generation of all basketball players with its high drooling and scoring skills. And, of course, the 1986 fatal fate, Spud Webb and NBA Slam Dunk.