We've done this list before but the 2013-14 season has provided us a few new entries to our list. Here is your Top 5 Suns Posterizations of all-time.
Honorable Mention: Larry Nance All Alone: OK, so it's not a poster dunk by definition but Larry Nance's dunk contest attempt is visually iconic and many a poster has actually been made out of it. Since no defender was present though, it couldn't officially make the list.
Honorable Mention: Keef Over Griffin: Blake Griffin has created a poster or two in his day, but on this night in 2012, Markieef Morris turned the tables on him. Maybe he can go back in time and tell younger him to avoid Keef.
Honorable Mention: Gerald Green: Let's be honest, with the way Gerald Green plays above the rim, if he weren't included on this list we'd be kidding ourselves. Just look at how he elevates over defensive beast Roy Hibbert on this play.
No. 5 Plumlee Splits the Defense: When Miles Plumlee arrived in Phoenix many thought he was a throwin. Well, his high-flying antics have made him a fan favorite like this putback slam against his former team the Pacers.
No. 4 Bring Thunder Over Manute The only reason this isn't higher is because it resulted in an offensive foul, but when the 6--6 Dan Majerle went up and over 7--7 Mantue Bol it was the definition of posterization and domination.
No. 3 Sweet Dunk Over the Kandi Man: Before his knees began giving him trouble, Amar'e Stoudemire was one of the highest flyers in the NBA and no example of this was better than when he made a poster out of Michael Olowokandi.
No. 2 TC Uses Mark Jackson as a Step Ladder: Tom Chambers over Mark Jackson was No. 8 on ESPN's list. It's amazing purely based on the air TC got. Although, his feathered out hair makes it look like he's a few inches higher.
No. 1 KJ-Hakeem Enough Said: Could No. 1 be any other? Kevin Johnson over Hakeem Olajuwon in the 1994 Western Conference Semifinals is one of the most iconic moments in franchise history. There isn't even an argument for any other dunk that is worthy.
Bosses Choice: Whenever you do a Top 5 list there is inevitably some controversy. On this occasion our Suns.com boss weighed in with his take. While he didn't veto our list, he wanted this great shot of the Matrix, Shawn Marion, included. We said yes because, well, he's our boss.