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  • Spud Webb: Anthony Jerome "Spud" Webb (born July 13 1963 in Dallas, Texas) is an American former NBA basketball player. Officially listed at 5'7" (170 cm), he is the shortest player in NBA history to have won the NBA Slam Dunk Contest (1986). more info at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spud_Webb all winners * 2005 - Josh Smith 6'9 * 2004 - Fred Jones 6'2 * 2003 - Jason Richardson 6'6 * 2002 - Jason Richardson 6'6 * 2001 - Desmond Mason 6'7 * 2000 - Vince Carter 6'6 * 1999 - No Contest * 1998 - No Contest * 1997 - Kobe Bryant 6'6 * 1996 - Brent Barry 6'6 * 1995 - Harold Miner 6'5 * 1994 - Isaiah Rider 6'5 * 1993 - Harold Miner 6'5 * 1992 - Cedric Ceballos 6'6 * 1991 - Dee Brown 6'0 * 1990 - Dominique Wilkins 6'8 * 1989 - Kenny Walker 6'8 * 1988 - Michael Jordan 6'6 * 1987 - Michael Jordan 6'6 * 1986 - Spud Webb 5'7 * 1985 - Dominique Wilkins 6'8 * 1984 - Larry Nance 6'10
  • Spud Webb, Atlanta, on Feb. 3, 1986 At 5-foot-7 and 135 pounds, Webb was one of the smallest men to play in the NBA. Lightning fast and a slick shooter and passer, he defied the odds by playing 12 years in a world of giants. In the 1986 NBA dunk contest in Dallas. The pint-sized Texan stunned the crowd at Reunion Arena, defeating defending champion and Atlanta Hawks teammate Dominique Wilkins by scoring two perfect 50s in the final round. Webb had to jump nearly all of his height just to slam on the ten foot tall basket.

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