Josh Smith jumped over Denver's Kenyon Martin.
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Rookie Smith New Dunk King
Behind some stellar dunks, Phoenix's Amaré Stoudemire and Atlanta rookie Josh Smith found themselves in the finals of the Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk, with Smith recording consecutive 50s to take the title as the NBA's hottest dunker. In his next-to-last slam, Smith paid homage to Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins by donning a throwback 'Nique jersey and hitting Wilkins' signature windmill slam. For his last throwdown, Smith elevated with a 360-degree jam.
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Incredible Hawks: Josh Smith, Dominique Wilkins break down Smith's high-flying victory

J-Rich Tops All Dunkers
With NBA All-Star Weekend back in Denver -- site of the original ABA dunk contest in 1976, and the first-ever NBA contest in 1984 -- we gave you the chance to judge the best dunk contest dunks of all time. Jason Richardson took the overall title after 94 percent of the fan-judges gave his between-the-legs, behind-his-head dunk to clinch the 2003 contest a perfect-10 score.

Pacers' Jones Dethrones Richardson
The NBA has a new dunk champion as Indiana's Fred Jones dethroned two-time champ Jason Richardson of Golden State last year in Los Angeles.
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Photo gallery | Jones a slam dunk

Slam Dunks Year-by-Year
Cedric Ceballos blindfolded, Vince Carter between the legs, Michael Jordan from the foul line -- check out all the results from All-Star Weekend's most exciting event since its inception in 1984.
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