And then there were eight. We selected 16 of the best dunks from the 2013/14 college basketball season and paired them up in a single elimination tournament. Round 1 is in the books, and the field has been cut in half; the quarterfinals are here.
The rules are pretty simple: you, the reader, vote for which dunk is the best between each pair (please only vote once per day – no ballot stuffing – that’s why a valid e-mail address is required for each voting ballot). Each round of voting will be open for a week and we’ll continue until we have crowned our champion.
So let’s get the show on the road – voting for The Quarterfinals ends this Sunday at midnight Eastern.
Round 1 Results:
Javonte Douglas beat Jerami Grant (57% to 43%)
Deonte Burton #1 beat Brandon ‘Snap’ Peters (53% to 47%)
Deonte Burton #2 beat Raphiael Putney (54% to 46%)
Michael Qualls beat Fred Gulley III (55% to 45%)
Aaron Gordon beat Deonte Burton (51% to 49%)
James Young beat Jordan McRae (53% to 47%)
Eric Gaines beat Jordan Weethee (50.5% to 49.5%)
Tekele Cotton beat Markel Brown (80% to 20%)
Javonte Douglas (College of Central Florida)
Deonte Burton #1 (Nevada)
Deonte Burton #2 (Nevada)
Michael Qualls (Arkansas)
Aaron Gordon (Arizona)
James Young (Kentucky)
Eric Gaines (Campbellsville)
Tekele Cotton (Wichita State)
This round of voting is now closed. Click here for the semifinals.