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 Slam Dunk recaps | Year-by-year Slam Dunk results

Watch and Rate These Dunks From 1984-88:

1984: Julius Erving's Behind-the-Back Reverse
The Doctor needed a doctor after this behind-the-back reverse, as Erving went to the hoop with so much momentum that he wound up hitting his head on the backboard.
Watch Erving's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1984: Larry Nance's Rock-the-Baby
The winner of the '84 contest, Nance comes swooping in from the side with amazing force in this classic throw-down that catches the lanky forward in his dunking prime.
Watch Nance's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1985: Michael Jordan's One-Handed Reverse
Gold chains and all, MJ seems to hang in the air for a split second before throwing down this very impressive one-handed reverse.
Watch Jordan's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1985: Dominique Wilkins' Double-Clutch Reverse
With Moses looking over his shoulder, the Human Highlight Reel nearly hits his forehead on the rim before powering down a double-clutch reverse on the opposite side of the rim.
Watch Wilkins' dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1986: Spud Webb's Off-the-Floor Reverse
En route to the '86 title, diminutive dunking immortal Spud Webb lobs the ball high off the floor before soaring to the rafters for a two-handed reverse.
Watch Webb's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1987: Michael Jordan's Kiss-the-Rim
In winning his first dunk title, MJ left this indelible image by pulling off a fly-in-from-the-side, tongue-out, head-level-with-the-rim flush. A classic.
Watch Jordan's dunk: 300k
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1987: Terence Stansbury's 360 Statue of Liberty
An overlooked classic. Stansbury throws down this true 360 with so much grace that it's easy to forget the difficulty behind this spinning one-hander.
Watch Stansbury's dunk: 300k
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1988: Michael Jordan's Free-Throw Line Dunk
One of the most memorable dunks of all time. Taking off from the free-throw line, Jordan scored a perfect 50 to seal his second dunk title.
Watch Jordan's dunk: 300k
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1988: Dominique Wilkins' Two-Handed Windmill
'Nique probably deserved higher than a 45 for this two-handed baseline windmill in which his head seemingly went above the rim.
Watch Wilkins' dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!