Dominique Wilkins

Dominique Wilkins

Jacques Dominique Wilkins (born January 12, 1960) is a retired American professional basketball player who primarily played for the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA. Wilkins was a nine-time NBA All-Star, and one of the best dunkers in NBA history, earning the nickname "The Human Highlight Film." In 2006, Wilkins was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame .

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Dominique Wilkins - NBA Records - Ranks 4th in NBA History - Playoffs
... Field goal attempts, 4-game series 108, vs ... Indiana Pacers (1987) Also held the record (see above) ...
Atlanta Hawks - Franchise History - 1982-1994: The Dominique Wilkins Era
... In 1982, the franchise acquired superstar Dominique Wilkins and promoted Mike Fratello to head coach a year later ... It was also around this time that Dominique Wilkins would win the Slam Dunk Contest in 1985 and 1990, engaging in an iconic dunk-show rivalry with Michael Jordan ... Wilkins went injured during the middle of the 1991-92 season, and was out for the rest of the season ...
Atlanta Hawks - Individual Awards
... All-Time Leading Scorer Dominique Wilkins NBA MVP of the Year Bob Pettit – 1956, 1959 NBA Defensive Player of the Year Dikembe Mutombo – 1997, 1998 NBA Rookie of ...
NBA All-Star Weekend Slam Dunk Contest - History - 2000s
... Judges for the event were all past winners Michael Jordan, Dominique Wilkins, Kobe Bryant, Julius Erving, and Vince Carter ... Judges for the event included Darryl Dawkins, Dominique Wilkins, Karl Malone, Julius Erving, and Magic Johnson ...
NBA Jam - Featured Teams and Players - Eastern Conference
... SNES/Genesis Sega CD Game Boy Game Gear Atlanta Hawks Dominique Wilkins and Stacey Augmon Dominique Wilkins and Stacey Augmon Stacey Augmon and Mookie Blaylock Stacey Augmon and Mookie ...

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