In the 1990 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, Scottie Pippen dunked from the free throw line. [3][4] Many people have attributed this to the dominance of the then-college phenomenon Lew Alcindor (now known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar);[5] the no-dunking rule is sometimes referred to as the "Lew Alcindor rule. [51] Twice in his rookie season (1992–93) during games, center Shaquille O'Neal dunked so hard that he broke the hydraulic support of one goal standard (against the Phoenix Suns) and broke the welds holding up another goal standard, causing the basket to break off and fall to the floor (against the New Jersey Nets), although in neither case did the glass break. The between-the-legs dunk was popularized by Isaiah Rider in the 1994 NBA slam dunk contest,[16] so much so that the dunk is often colloquially referred to as a "Rider dunk" — notwithstanding Orlando Woolridge's own such dunk in the NBA contest a decade earlier. Satch Sanders, a career Boston Celtic from 1960 to 1973, said: " the old days, [defenders] would run under you when you were in the air... ...trying to take people out of games so they couldn't play. In 2008, Canadian athlete Justin Darlington introduced an iteration aptly entitled a 'double-elbow hang', in which the player inserts both forearms through the rim and subsequently hangs on both elbows pits. The free-throw line is most commonly constituted as the take-off point, an effect likely attributed to the easily observable span between the line and the basket in the view of the TV audience. 'Slam Dunk' Terms Resound", How To Slam Dunk - Training On Increasing Vertical Jump To Slam Dunk. Gameplay . He's the leader of the feared "Sakuragi Legion", consisting of his four delinquent friends. About Sakuragi Hanamichi, a freshman of Shohoku High School who joins the basketball team because of the girl he has a crush on, Haruko. (Phone rings in the background. [22] NBA star Jason Richardson has also pioneered several notable variations of the between-the-legs including a lob-pass to himself[23] and a pass off of the backboard to himself. The first 14 episodes (Season 1) of this dub are often made available on streaming services. During the jump, the ball is raised above, and often behind the player's head for a wind-up before slamming the ball down into the net at the apex of the jump. of seasons2 No. With Hisao Egawa, Eriko Hara, Akiko Hiramatsu, Yukimasa Kishino. Il est considéré comme un type de but sur le terrain; en cas de succès, il vaut deux points. Slam Dunk is an episode of The Tom and Jerry Show (2014). In the 1988 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, Michael Jordan dunked from the free-throw line, in the same manner as Julius Erving, but parted his legs making his dunk more memorable than Erving's. Texas Western team with an all-black starting lineup, "Houston cage coach advocates stuff shot", "Orlando Woolride :: 1984 between-the-legs dunk", "Josh Smith misses between the legs dunk", "Flying 101 :: Dunk Encyclopedia -- Taamallah", "Flying 101 :: Dunk Encyclopedia :: Cradle BTL", "Roy Hinson - Elbow Dunk Pioneer (1986 Dunk Contest Warmups)", "Kenny Dobbs Slam Interview (half way down page)", 1996 Brent Barry Dunk From The Freethrow Line, Terrance Ferguson WOWs Australian NBL fans in the 2016 Dunk Comp, "James White free-throw line between the legs @ 04:50", "High Risers: Athletes With the Best Hops in Sports HistoryMichael Wilson", "In a single bound: Oral history of Vince Carter's greatest dunk", "Relive Vince Carter's Iconic Dunk over Frederic Weis in the 2000 Olympics", "Gus Johnson, Ex-N.B.A. The NBA has made shattering the backboard a technical foul, although it will not count towards a player's count of seven that can draw a suspension, or two towards ejection from a game, and it counts towards a player's count of six personal fouls. PLOS One, e0128885. All survivors are doomed.. Full move directly towards the attacker. It was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump from October 1990 to June 1996, with the chapters collected into 31 tankōbon volumes. TNT viewers rated it "the best dunk of all time" over Vince Carter's between-the-legs slam. The study was carried out across five different levels of basketball (NBA, EuroBasket, the Slovenian 1st Division, and two minor leagues). Webb was the shortest person to compete in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest, winning the event in 1986 at Dallas' Reunion Arena. Ricky Davis has managed to complete the dunk in an NBA game,[18] but both he[19] and Josh Smith[20] have botched at least one in-game attempt as well.