Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles on the run. Two on one green, the finish. Wow, the oh my goodness, Welcome to watch Mojo! And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 NBA dunks. Shay I. Smith. We just saw man. As Miller keeps it, that smashes it down when I am with the right hand. That was a self assist. I feel like that for this list will be looking at in game dunks only. So no dunks, which took place during international competitions or slam dunk contest. And if you're dying for more sports content, be sure to check out watch. Mojo is new Podcast. The Water Boys podcast available wherever you get your pots. Number 10. Baron Davis on Andrei Kirilenko It's been a while since the Golden State Warriors were considered underdogs in the NBA playoffs, but that was the case back in 2000 and seven during their second round matchup against the Utah Jazz in Game three. Down, oh, two point guard Baron Davis gave Dub Nation something to cheer for when he slammed home this vicious dunk against Andrei Kirilenko. Hello, Sure, Kirilenko had six inches on Davis, but that wasn't about to stop them, although the Warriors went on to lose the series, 41 Davis gave his team a brief spark in the most grandiose way possible. Number nine McGrady sucks the gravity. Here comes treaty. Holy. Just show the gravity right out of the building. People sometimes forget how good Tracy McGrady was. Although he never won a championship, he's a seven time All Star and a two time scoring champion. Accolades aside, though, T Mac knew how to throw it down. You can see it coming. The crowd was honesty before the dunk was made, he wound up sensation. The most memorable instance occurred during a 2005 playoff game against the Dallas Mavericks, when he went baseline and posterized all 7 ft six inches of Shawn Bradley. While both the dunk and the call were memorable, what many forget is that McGrady also hit a last second game winning jumper at the end of the game as well to take it to the lead. Oh, Chrissy McGrady, with 2.2 to play, knocks in a two point shot to give them the lead and maybe a two games to none lead in this best of seven first round Western Conference series. Number eight. Shock brings down the backboard Shaquille O'Neal didn't just scare opposing basketball players for younger NBA fans who don't remember a time when big, powerful centers were dominated. Game in the paint. O'Neill was one of the best to ever do it, and fans witnessed that power early on in his Hall of Fame career. With this dunk from his rookie season, O'Neill puts it on the floor and stuff brought it down. He brought the whole goal down. Goodness, shattering the backboard is one thing, but bringing down the entire structure is another. And the crazy part was, it wasn't the first time you've done that. That season buoy was coming off the bench as follows. It almost does bring down the entire backboard. Number seven. LeBron James on Jason Terry. This was definitely a nice dunk. Chalmers hold a whoa! A technical foul called on Miami with talks. But this one made the list as much for the Slam as for the silent stare down that LeBron laid on a flat on his back Jason Terry afterwards. And let's not forget the steel and no look pass from Dwyane Wade that starts it off But keep in mind, this wasn't the first time a no look from Dwayne led to a James slam, either. We aren't the only ones who loved this dunk. King James himself ranked it among his best as well. Number six. Dominique Wilkins. Double pump Dominique Wilkins slammed down some of the most powerful dunks in the history of the NBA throughout his career, However, the one which often sticks out to most fans was this beauty. Back in 1984 Even with three players covering him, Nique is still able to get to the basket, pull off the double pump, move and score. He wasn't called the human highlight reel for nothing. Number five. Vince Carter reversed two hander Vince Carter, showing you some of the highlight reel. Many have labeled Vince Carter as the greatest dunker of all time, and it's hard to disagree from this to this, and even this, you would be hard pressed to find a Vince Carter dunk, not to add in a highlight reel, and we're not even taking into account the dunk of death at the Olympics or his historic performance during the 2000 slam dunk contest. It says it's Simply put, Carter could jam at home against anyone and look great doing it. And this reversed two hander that Vince threw down during his rookie season was no exception. He put everyone on notice with this one. Number four. Scottie Pippen on Patrick Ewing. One overlooked aspect that made this dunk so memorable was Pippins ability to get past Ewing Myers, Scotty in the face of Patrick Ewing, who did not appreciate it. But sometimes the big men aren't in position or don't even get off the ground. But here, you and went up to stop him and people wasn't having it. Like many of the dunks on this list, this moment is famous for both the slam itself and the aftermath. In this case, Pippen doesn't just stare down Ewing. He literally walks over him while he does it. That was the Bulls answer to John Stock Spectacular dunk last year, and he hovered over Ewing for a second, and Patrick didn't like it as any player wouldn't like. He wasn't done yet. He also had some choice words for famous Knicks fan Spike Lee. Number three Shawn Kemps, Lister blister. We all love a good revenge story especially when it involves an iconic dunk in Game two of the 1992 playoff series between the SuperSonics and the Warriors, Alton Lister did an excellent job of defending power forward Shawn Kemp. Frustrated by listers constant pressure, Kemp lost his temper against Lister and punches were thrown. Here we go. We're getting into it now. That's not a smart play. Crimp is down bodies all over the place. Game for, however, was an entirely different affair. Not only did Kemp dominate the game, but he wanted to rub it in Lister's face. And what better way to do that than by dunking on it? Fires and cross court got it right up into the slab. Tomahawks? Yes, maybe in the Lister space. Lesson learned. Don't mess with Shawn Kemp, or else you'll get posterized in grand fashion. Number two. Michael Jordan on Patrick Ewing. Poor Patrick Ewing. The Hall of Famer has made our list twice, but both times he has been the one dunked on rather than the one doing the dunking. And again he finds himself being victimized by a Chicago bull Great. This time it's Air Jordan himself, who beautifully gets around both John Starks and Charles Oakley on the baseline and then throws it down on you in Jordan, trying to shake off starch. And to add insult to injury, Patrick was also called for a foul on the play. In a career filled with plenty of famous dunks, this baseline move and finish at the rim might be Jordan's most famous, and, according to Sports Illustrated, Jordan himself even calls it the most memorable dunk. And still, he is not denied in the most dramatic slam dunk finished. Before we unveil our topic, here are a few honorable mentions. Dwyane Wade dunks on Anderson Varejao. Wade is 64 Varejao is 6 11. Welcome to your Kodak moment. Anderson, looking for contact from tomato, got a piece of it. Blake Griffin on Kendrick Perkins. Griffin was a dunking highlight machine for years in Los Angeles. It's a physical game by a monster jam by Blake Griffin. I'll what? A play by Blake Tom Chambers on Mark Jackson. Mark Jackson's chin. Meet Tom Chambers. Neat. Johnson got a piece of the favor. DeAndre Jordan on Brandon Knight. It's no wonder this dunk went viral. Here comes Chris Paul, beloved DeAndre Jordan, Kobe behind the back 3 60 dunk. It starts with a great full court pass, then ends with Kobe doing what he does best long run out by Kobe Bryant. Because what did I just before we continue, be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos. You have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them. If you're on your phone, make sure you go into your settings and switch on notifications. Number one Dr J. Roc's The Baby Malone passes deflected. Gonna be stolen. I think that the doctor Yes, he's got it. Here he comes. Rock the baby to sleep and slam dunk And yet another Laker turnover. Few players in the entire history of the NBA have been as smooth as Julius Erving. His behind the backboard layup is still one of, if not the most iconic shots of all time. The doctor was pure grace in the air and elevated the dunk beyond just another basketball shot. And maybe no dunk speaks to this better than the rock the baby slam he laid down against the Los Angeles Lakers in 1983. I can't explain it. I mean, it was just like this intense release of emotion. It was incredible. Sure, the game itself was exciting and Irving Sixers one. But it's Irving's fluid and effortless motion while delivering this iconic dunk that will be forever etched in basketball fans memories. When Dr J. Broke down the sideline, I was like, Okay, this is my chance to make a great player. Gets a great player But that didn't happen, So I just said, you know, let me duck my head and get out of the way. Just duck the greatest dunk of all time. Then you know what you're gonna get dunked on by anyone? Why not let it be the best in the game? Just a reminder. If you can't get enough sports, head over to your preferred podcasting. App to check out Watch mojo Water boys. Podcast.