LOS ANGELES LAKERS: LARRY NANCE, JR.
If you watched basketball in the 1980s, you probably know Larry's dad ... Larry. Larry Nance, Sr. is one of the greatest athletes the NBA has ever seen. His namesake is now carrying the torch, dunking on people just like his daddy.
-- Great Genetics
-- Big Hands
LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS: DeANDRE JORDAN
This spot easily could have gone to Blake Griffin for many reasons, but Jordan has surpassed Griffin. Griffin seems to be slowing down with injuries, but Jordan is putting up highlight dunks every single night. And we all know what he did to Brandon Knight.
-- Pogo Stick
-- Do NOT Jump With Him!
PHOENIX SUNS: ERIC BLEDSOE
Bledsoe does not commonly pop up in conversations about dunkers, but he has a ton of bounce. Despite being the shortest dunker of this division at 6-1, Bledsoe is capable of some amazing jams, including a 360 between the legs. Although he missed the NBA Dunk Contest title, he showed up with this reverse windmill.
SACRAMENTO KINGS: RUDY GAY
Gay has been flying high for many years now, but he is still throwing down ferocious dunks. With his long arms and athleticism, he can easily get to the basket and finish over the top of opponents. One of those unfortunate foes was Serge Ibaka.
-- Stretch Armstrong
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS: ANDRE IGUODALA
While Iguodala is not quite the highlight machine he used to be, he is still an extraordinary athlete. With Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson taking a lot of the shine in Oakland, Iguodala still gets to show off his stuff every now and then to let people know he's still got it.