Taurian Fontenette, 6-2, a.k.a. “Air Up There” and "Mr.720" –
Fontenette, 27, of Hitchcock, Texas, is an 11–year dunking veteran who won
the semifinal competition in Dallas.
Carlos Smothers, 6-0, a.k.a. “Los” – Smothers, 21, from Union City, Calif., is the only finalist to clinch a spot in the Showdown through the online competition by uploading his dunk clip to NBA.com/dunk. He has been dunking since he was 13.
Haneef Munir, 5-10, a.k.a. “Young Hollywood” – Los Angeles native
Munir, 21, has been dunking for more than seven years and won the semifinal
competition in his hometown.
Willie Barnes, 6-6, a.k.a. “Flyte” – Barnes, 28, hailing from Wilson, N.C., brings 10 years of dunking experience to the Showdown and is the winner of the semifinal competition in Washington, D.C.
The NBA and Sprite, with the help of LeBron James, are bringing the best amateur dunkers in the U.S. to the NBA All-Star Weekend 2010 in Dallas to crown a Sprite Slam Dunk Showdown champion.
Rudy 'Flight' Clemens won in Atlanta.
Haneef Munir 'Young Hollywood' won in Los Angeles.
Guy Dupuy blew away the competition in San Francisco.
DeWayne Morris won in Portland.
Willie 'Flight 101' Barnes won in Washington.
Ryan 'Special FX' Williams won in New York.