With NBA All-Star returning to Denver -- site of the original ABA dunk contest in 1976, and the first-ever NBA dunk contest in 1984 -- NBA.com wants to know which dunk contest dunk you think is the best of all time!

We watched hours of footage from all of the dunk contests, then we pulled 32 of the best dunks from all 19 dunk contests. This is where you come in. Watch a video clip of each dunk, then rate it from 6-to-10. We'll compile the results, then announce the overall winner on Feb. 17.

We'll also open a mailbox to give you a chance to sound off about why a certain dunk is the best, or what dunks you think were overlooked. But remember, these are Dunk Contest dunks only, no in-game flushes are allowed.

So get your scorecards ready and start watching some dunks!

SCHEDULE: Feb. 3-6: 1984-88 | Feb. 7-9: 1989-95 | Feb. 10-13: 1996-2000 | Feb. 14-16: 2001-04
ALSO SEE: Watch 1984-2004 recaps | Year-by-year results | 1976 ABA Dunk Contest

Watch and Rate These Dunks From 2001-04:

2001: Baron Davis' One-Handed Video Assist
This one involved a teammate and a prop, the prop being David Wesley's video camera. Unfortunately, we don't get to see Wesley's camerawork, but Davis' dunk is dazzling.
Watch Davis' dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

2001: Desmond Mason's Leapin' Lewis
Here's another dunk that involves a teammate. Even if Rashard Lewis couldn't bear to watch, you shouldn't shy away from seeing Mason fly over 'Shard for a one-handed slam.
Watch Mason's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

2002: Jason Richardson's Behind-the-Head Two-Handed Windmill
Kenny Smith said this dunk was so sick "it had the flu." This dunk capped off a great day for J-Rich, who not only won the Dunk Contest but also the Rookie Challenge MVP hours earlier.
Watch Richardson's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

2003: Desmond Mason's Show-It-Right, Slam-It-Left
Another variation on the between-the-legs slam. This one's special considering that Mason "shows" the ball to the rim before bringing it between his legs for the dunk.
Watch Mason's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

2003: Jason Richardson's Between-the-Legs, Behind-His-Head
Needing a 49 to top Mason, J-Rich manages to top it by flushing this dunk behind his head after going between his legs. This one even gets the All-Stars out of their seats.
Watch Richardson's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

2004: Fred Jones' Off-the-Floor, Reach Back
Jones, then a little-known Pacers guard, wows the STAPLES Center crows by going wayyyyy back for this dunk, a 360 off the floor that won him the dunk competition in 2004.
Watch Jones' dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

2004: Jason Richardson's Off-the-Glass and Between-the-Legs
Kenny: "That is the most incredible dunk I've ever seen!" Charles: "You say that every year." The Jet may be right, as J-Rich goes between his legs ... after catching it off the glass.
Watch Richardson's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!