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Going into the event, many felt that high-flyers such as Perry Jones and C.J. Leslie had the best chance of coming away with the trophy, but ultimately it was two little guys that stole the show. Josh Selby showed why hes one of the most coveted players in college basketball by coming out on top of this contest, narrowly edging out crowd-favorite Ray McCallum, who put on quite a show in his own right.
Heres a dunk by dunk look at the action.
The maximum score for each dunk was a 70
First Round Dunks
Thompson proceeded by throwing the ball to himself off of the backboard and then reverse dunking, good for a 56.
For his second dunk, Selby again bounced the ball off the floor, but this time opted to finish with the windmill, good for a 62 score.
McCallums second dunk was another pass to himself for a spinning two-handed throw-down, good for a score of 69.
For his next dunk, he went with the windmill, which earned him a 60.
Jones next dunk was a full 360 with a one-handed extension slam, earning him a 69.
His second dunk was even more impressive, as he came flying in from out of bounds, hung in the air for a while and then threw the ball in from the other side of the rim with tremendous power. The dunk was awarded a 69.
With half the field--C.J. Leslie, Jereme Richmond, Tristan Thompson and Joe Jacksoneliminated, four players moved onto the final round.
Young struggled to get off the dunk he wanted and was forced to just finish in simple fashion to try and take any points he could get to start off with. The judges gave him a 56.
Youngs second dunk was far more impressive. He capped it off by reminding the local Buckeye fans of days they would like to forget, giving them the old Gator chomp, which drew quite a few boos in turn.
Josh Selby brought the heat in a major way with his next dunk, throwing the ball in the air, catching it and bringing it between his legs with perfect timing in impressive fashion. The judges gave him a perfect score.
He opted for a more conservative 360 after that, which ended up paying off for him.
After missing some very interesting attempts on the baseline, including a between the legs reverse slam, Jones decided to quickly throw down a one-handed jam for the points. The judges gave him a 56.
For his second dunk, he shows off his terrific leaping ability with a two-handed windmill, good for a 63.
McCallum tried in vain to pull off a superb between the legs dunk that would have brought the house down, narrowly missing a few times before settling for this one instead, a 180 double clutch two-handed slam, which got him a 57.
McCallums second dunk of the finals earned him a perfect 70, after passing the ball to himself, catching it mid-air and switching hands before windmilling it home.
The winner of the contest ended up being Josh Selby.