Deonte Burton spoiled college basketball fans over the years, and this one from March 6 might have been his best. Seriously, look where he takes off from.
The national championship game ended with UConn winning its second title in four years, but James Young left his mark midway through the second half. Amida Brimah gets a lot of his arm, and the 6-foot-7 Young was still able to finish.
The Razorbacks has two wins over ranked opponents during the 2013-14 season, both of which came against Kentucky. Arkansas left Michael Qualls alone on the baseline with time winding down in overtime. When you don’t box out one of the best dunkers in the country, this is what happens.
Apologies, Big Blue Nation. Kentucky is one the wrong end of another memorable dunk. Willie Cauley-Stein is arguably the best defensive player in the country. Buffalo’s Justin Moss didn’t care. The Bulls gave the Wildcats a scare before top-ranked Kentucky ran away with a 19-point win.
Notre Dame guard Demetrius Jackson is 6-foot-1. Purdue freshman center Isaac Haas is 7-feet tall. David prevailed over Goliath with a one-handed jam in a blowout win for the Fighting Irish.
If you are unfamiliar with John Brown, go ahead and look him up on the site. He’s been a stable part of our “Posterization” series. What makes this dunk so impressive is how easy it looks for Brown.
Wichita State’s big three was Cleanthony Early, Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet during last season’s 34-0 regular season. Tekele Cotton could not be forgotten, especially with plays like this.
For second there, I really thought Aaron Gordon wasn’t going to come down.
Florida Gulf Coast was branded “Dunk City” during its Sweet 16 run in 2013. That carried over to the following season thanks to Bernard Thompson. This was one of two dunks in a week-span for the star shooting guard. He had this tip slam against Northern Kentucky earlier that week.
What’s a list of 2014 dunks without college basketball dunk champ Marcus Lewis? Also, this is a pretty good list if this barely cracks the top 10.
A dozen more of the best dunks from 2014:
- Ovie Soko, Duquesne — Jan. 8
- Dwaun Anderson, Wagner — Jan. 11
- Jerran Young, Wright State — Jan. 17
- Keifer Sykes, Green Bay — Jan. 19
- Damarius Smith, Austin Peay — Jan. 31
- Victor Rudd, South Florida — Feb. 8
- Karrington Ward, Eastern Michigan — Nov. 19
- Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Arizona — Nov. 19
- Jason McManamen, Wyoming — Nov. 25
- James Blackmon Jr., Indiana — Dec. 9
- Sam Thompson, Ohio State — Dec. 13
- J.P. Tokoto, North Carolina — Dec. 27