What year did Dr J win the slam dunk?

December 16, 2019 Off By idswater

What year did Dr J win the slam dunk?

1976
“Doc’s hair was flying back.” Julius “Doctor J” Erving was three big strides into his approach on a foul-line dunk in the 1976 ABA All-Star Slam-Dunk Contest and his mane was roaring.

Did Dr J win a dunk contest?

PHOENIX — Dr. Julius Erving won the first dunk contest held during the 1976 ABA All-Star game when he threw down after taking off from the free throw line. The dunk later was repeated by Michael Jordan, among others.

When did Dr J dunk on Michael Cooper?

5, 1983, Julius Erving picked up a loose ball near the orange and green stripes in front of the scorer’s table that were part of the Spectrum logo, pushed the ball forward, took two dribbles, cradled the ball in his right hand, took off from the low block of the lane and threw down a windmill dunk that sent the Lakers’ …

What is the gusto dunk?

1980-81 “Gusto Dunk” Award given to Julius Erving by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company for the 1979-80 season. Trophy features a pair of figures, one on top and one on bottom, going up for dunks. 9″ by 9″ by 33″ trophy is in decent shape with some rubs to the wood base.

Who is the best 76ers player of all time?

Sixers NBA All-Star history: Ranking the all-time Sixers with the most All-Star selections

  • Dolph Schayes. AP Photo/File.
  • Julius Erving. AP Photo/Elise Amendola.
  • Hal Greer. AP Photo/File.
  • Allen Iverson. AP Photo/Pablo Matinez Monsivais.
  • Charles Barkley. AP Photo/Bill Smith.
  • Larry Costello. AP Photo/file.
  • Maurice Cheeks.
  • Moses Malone.

Who did the free-throw line dunk first?

In the 1976 ABA Slam Dunk Contest, Julius Erving dunked after leaping from the free-throw line, with his heel on the line, and has since been credited with introducing the free-throw line dunk to the general public.

How good was Dr J in the ABA?

Dr. J is, without a shadow of a doubt, the greatest player in the ABA’s short history. Whether you want to agree or not, it’s hard to see how one can disagree with this. He averaged 28.7 points, 12.1 rebounds, 4.8 assists, and all of this was on 50 percent shooting from the field.

Who dunked from the free throw line first?