Robinson earned a 50 for this dunk on his way to victory.
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Robinson Is Slam Champ
Knicks rookie Nate Robinson outlasted Philadelphia's Andre Iguodala in a dunk-off 47-46 to become the Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk champion. The 5-9 Robinson's only 50-point dunk was on a bounce pass from Spud Webb, the 1986 champion and the only other sub-6-foot winner in Slam Dunk history. Iguodala had a 50-point slam in each round. Memphis rookie Hakim Warrick and defending champion Josh Smith of Atlanta were eliminated in the first round with two-dunk totals of 86 and 81 points, respectively.
• Video: Recap | Press conference
• Photos: Event gallery | In sequence: Robinson, Iguodala
• Vote: Which 50 was better?
• Check out Destination Dunk presented by Sprite

Rookie Smith 2005 Dunk King
Behind back-to-back 50s, Atlanta rookie Josh Smith defeated Phoenix's Amarι Stoudemire to win the Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk title. 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.
• Highlights: Top Dunks
• Smith, 'Nique break down victory

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.
• Video highlights | All-time records

2006 PARTICIPANTS
PLAYER
TEAM
POS.
HT.
WT.
FROM
Philadelphia
F
6-6
207
Arizona
New York
G
5-9
180
Washington
Atlanta
F
6-9
225
Oak Hill Academy
Memphis
F
6-9
219
Syracuse
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