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The best dunks from 2013 NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest gets GIF treatment

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New York Knicks guard James White does his best MJ impersonation during 2013 NBA all star slam dunk contest. (Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports)

The 2013 NBA Slam Dunk contest featured several high fliers. While most folks may not have heard of the players before the showcase, several made names for themselves with unreal dunks that did not need too many gimmicks.

Gerald Green began the fun with a behind-the-black slam that garnered a perfect-50 to get it all going. However, his brick in Round 2 opened the door for a few other guys.

Jeremy Evans, the defending Slam Dunk champ, actually dunked over a painting of himself dunking, earning the most stylish dunk of the night.

However, at the end of the day, Evans’ theatrics were no match for Terrance Ross’ superstar 360 windmill dunk from a pass off the backboard.

If you had not heard of Ross before Saturday night, the dude made sure you knew of him afterwards.

Gerald Greene’s first dunk:

James ‘Flight’ White’s first dunk:

Terrance Ross’ first dunk:

Jeremy Evans’ first dunk:

Kenneth Faried’s second dunk:

Eric Bledsoe’s second dunk:

Jeremy Evans’ final round dunk over a painting of himself dunking:

Terrence Ross’ through-the-legs dunk over a ball boy:

Jeremy Evans floats over another player:

Terrance Ross’ 360-dunk off a side of the backboard pass:

All GIFs courtesy of Deadspin.

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