Zach LaVine was the Slam Dunk Contest champion in 2015.

NBA posts ultimate Slam Dunk Contest mixtape video

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The annual NBA Slam Dunk Contest takes place next weekend, and it's guaranteed to be another good event.

Players entering this year's competition will look to add their name to the record books alongside the likes of previous winners such as Michael Jordan, Nate Robinson, Larry Nance, Vince Carter, Jason Richardson, Blake Griffin, Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, and last year's winner Zach LaVine.

LaVine, who became the youngest champion in the history of the event, will be defending his crown this year in Toronto, and Andre Drummond is also another headline dunker competing next Saturday.


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With the competition being less than a week away, the NBA posted the ultimate Slam Dunk Contest mixtape video, featuring the previous winners and some of the best dunks ever performed during the event.

Dunks in the past have varied in style, from leaping over NBA legends, to putting on a cape and pretending to be Superman, to blowing out candles on a cake next to the hoop, and this year's contest is guaranteed to have the same level of antics.

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Sit back and relive some of the best dunks and moments the Slam Dunk Contest has seen over the years! Let us know in the comments section below which slam dunk is your favorite.

LA Lakers
Pacific Division
Western Conference
Eastern Conference
Minnesota Timberwolves
Northwest Division
Zach LaVine
Central Division
Southwest Division
Atlantic Division
Southeast Division
Kobe Bryant
Blake Griffin
LA Clippers
Michael Jordan
Dwight Howard
Houston Rockets
Larry Nance Jr.
Chicago Bulls

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