HOUSTON ROCKETS: DWIGHT HOWARD
Back injuries have slowed Dwight Howard the past few years, but he has shown he can still get way above the rim. Who can forget the Slam Dunk Contest performances he gave us with the "sticker dunk," "Superman dunk" and a dunk he invented in which he lobbed the ball, then tapped it off the backboard in the air, and grabbed it with the other hand? That may be years behind us, but Kristaps Porzingis will tell you that Dwight is still a force to be reckoned with.
MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES: JEFF GREEN
Jeff Green doesn't get creative with his dunks, but he is downright mean when it comes to dunking on people. When Green gets on the runway and puts the ball in one hand, defenders better get out of the way. Green takes no prisoners when attacking the rim.
SAN ANTONIO SPURS: KAWHI LEONARD
Kawhi Leonard is anything but flashy, but this 6-7 guard out of San Diego State is a beast. Google pictures of Kawhi Leonard's hands right now. His bear-claw-sized hands allow him to control and maneuver the ball any way he wants, and he can finish over any opponent.
-- The Klaw
-- Long and Athletic
-- Quiet Assassin
DALLAS MAVERICKS: JEREMY EVANS
Jeremy Evans is naturally a freak athlete. He is a human pogo stick, and he can run and jump all day long. He is a Slam Dunk Contest champion, and he will dunk all over defenders he catches sleeping. His length and athleticism allow him to do some amazing things in the air.
-- Physically Gifted
NEW ORLEANS PELICANS: ALONZO GEE
Alonzo Gee is not a household name by any stretch, but his dunks pack a serious punch. He has incredible bounce off one or two feet, and he finishes at the rim with the best. Defenders have to watch their heads when he gets to the rim.