All four competitors brought it from the start during Saturday night's Slam Dunk Contest, throwing everything but the kitchen sink out for the world to see with each of their first dunks. JaVale McGee, of the Washington Wizards, absolutely brought it after having Chris Webber tell the crowd they were about to rewrite history as another hoop was brought out. This time, instead of dunking on a 12-foot hoop like Dwight Howard, McGee upped the ante, getting more than a little creative.
Check out the video of McGee dunking two balls in two different hoops during the first round of the dunk contest.
And this was just the first round. McGee made the finals, but never stood a chance against fan-favorite Blake Griffin. If we're looking at body of work, though, McGee brought the house down early and often on Saturday night, showing off some impressive dunks.
It was enough to leave many wondering whether McGee was robbed in the dunk contest. Then again, when the vote is in the fans' hands, Griffin was going to win no matter what, it appeared.
For more from Saturday night, check out our Slam Dunk Contest StoryStream.