When did Vince Carter dunk over someone?

When did the dunk of death happen?

“Le dunk de la mort”

Weis is known for having been posterized by the United States’ Vince Carter, during a basketball game between the U.S. and France at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games on 25 September 2000.

Who invented free-throw line dunk?

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.

When was the dunk illegal?

So, in 1967, the NCAA actually decided to ban the dunk, claiming that it was not a “skillful shot” and also citing injury concerns. Whether or not it was a skillful shot was highly debatable and the injuries due to dunking were a very small percentage compared to other injuries that occurred while playing basketball.

What is a tomahawk dunk?

noun. Basketball. A shot made by jumping high into the air and pushing the ball through the basket with a sharp downward motion, thought to resemble a blow made with a tomahawk.

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