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 1989-95:

1989: Kenny Walker's Baseline Rock-the-Baby
They didn't call him "Sky" Walker for nothing. Starting in the left corner, Walker goes baseline, rocks the baby, passes the hoop and then throws it down behind him.
Watch Walker's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1990: Kenny Smith's Backward Bounce-Off-the-Glass 180
Before he was giving nicknames on TNT's Inside the NBA, Kenny "The Jet" Smith was rockin' rims. He received a 49.8 (out of 50) for this. We have to ask: What 0.2 didn't the judges like?
Watch Smith's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1990: Dominique Wilkins' Two-Handed Windmill
How good was this dunk? Just watch the dunk and then watch Isiah Thomas's and Magic Johnson's reaction to it. Everything about it -- the dunker, the dunk and the look -- is vintage.
Watch Wilkins' dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1991: Dee Brown's Peek-A-Boo
With a pump of his shoes and nothing but 65 feet of hardwood between him and the 1991 Slam Dunk title, Dee Brown adds a bit of lefty flair at the end of this instant classic.
Watch Brown's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1991: Shawn Kemp's Kickback, Double-Pump
With Black Box's then-hit, "Everybody, Everybody," blaring, Kemp unleashes a powerful, yet graceful double-clutch one-hander after taking off from just inside the foul line.
Watch Kemp's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1992: Cedric Ceballos' Hocus-Pocus Blindfolded
With help from then-teammate Dan Majerle, Caballos goes where no dunker had gone before: Blindfolded. The dunk was tough, but so was the full-court run leading up to it.
Watch Ceballos' dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!

1993: Harold Miner's Reverse Jackknife
For a guy 6-5, Harold Miner got a lot of power out of his dunks. On this dunk, Miner attacks the rim by bringing the ball from his toes over his head and throwing it down hard.
Watch Miner's dunk: 300k
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1994: Isaiah Rider's Between-the-Legs
At the time, Sir Charles said it "might be the best dunk I've ever seen." Rider called it the "East Bay Funk Dunk." Whatever it's called, this dunk is now a much-copied classic.
Watch Rider's dunk: 300k
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1995: Harold Miner's Off-the-Glass, Two-Handed Tomahawk
A simple, yet effective dunk that received big points for its power and the air Miner gets as his head almost scrapes the rim. Gary Payton and Dikembe Mutombo loved it.
Watch Miner's dunk: 300k
Check back on Feb. 17 for results!