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Look Back at the NBA D-League Dunk Contest Through the Years

By Brian Kotloff | February 12, 2015

The NBA Development League has been home to its fair share of jump-out-of-the-gym athletes, from James “Flight” White to Gerald Green.

It’s made for some dunk contest fireworks over the years that have rivaled the big-league’s version — and White and Green have lit up both stages.

On this #ThrowbackThursday that doubles as a #ThrowdownThursday, take a look at the jams of D-League dunk contests past.

Photo Gallery: NBA D-League Dream Factory Through the Years

Last year’s showcase may have topped them all with the epic duel between creative high-flyers Ra’shad James and Tony Mitchell.

And the best individual dunks have included Darren White’s “Came in Like A Wrecking Ball” remix, Zach Andrews’ “Grandmama” alley-oop and James White’s long-distance flight from the free throw line.

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