Published: Mon, February 18, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Did Hamidou Diallo Just Bring Back the Dunk Contest?

Did Hamidou Diallo Just Bring Back the Dunk Contest?

NBA All-Star Saturday night's main event will feature John Collins (Atlanta Hawks), Hamidou Diallo (Oklahoma City Thunder), Dennis Smith Jr.

Check out all the dunks in the video below.

The dunk earned a flawless 50 score just as it should have.

Shaq had his head lowered slightly, but it was still an incredible feat by the 20-year-old, who followed it up by hanging from the rim and fittingly revealing a Superman logo underneath his Thunder jersey.

The most exciting event of the entire All-Star Weekend takes place on Saturday night, when the NBA's best high-flyers come together, combine their creativity and athleticism and give us what we know as the Slam Dunk Contest.

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In the highly-anticipated 3-point showdown, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry was edged out by the Brooklyn Nets' Joe Harris.

Harris posted a score of 25 in the first round and 26 in the final round to upset Curry in the finals.

Defending champion Devin Booker made his last seven shots but was eliminated in a tie for fourth with Danny Green.

Denver Nuggets forward Nikola Jokic lost to Tatum in the semi-finals.

All four of the contestants are young, creative, extremely athletic and have already proved they can give us some insane highlights, so get ready for a really good night of dunks. Young sprinted ahead of Dallas Mavericks rookie Luka Doncic in the other semi.

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