Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) May 10, 2006
The 30th Anniversary of the "dunk ban" being lifted from college basketball will be celebrated during the 2006-07 season. In honor of the 30th Anniversary Dunkadelic Inc. constructed the All-Time Dunkadelic Teams for the ACC, Big 10, Big 12, Big East, PAC 10, SEC, combination of the mid-major conferences, and high school phenom teams. The players were selected to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd teams with an All-Dunkadelic Team MVP for each of the 8 All-Time teams. The 8 All-Time Teams were ranked from 1-8 based on the overall team of 15 dunkers.
ACC All-Time Dunkadelic First Team:
Len Bias (Maryland), Vince Carter (N. Carolina), Steve Francis (Maryland), Michael Jordan (N. Carolina), David Thompson (N.C. State)
ACC All-Time Dunkadelic Second Team:
Corey Maggette (Duke), Larry Nance (Clemson), Jerry Stackhouse (N. Carolina), Spud Webb (N.C. State), Chris Wilcox (Maryland)
ACC All-Time Dunkadelic Third Team:
Chris Bosh (Georgia Tech), Johnny Dawkins (Duke), David Noel (N. Carolina), Kenny Smith (N. Carolina), Rasheed Wallace (N. Carolina)
The ACC All-Time Dunkadelic Team MVP is Vince Carter, runner-up Michael Jordan, and 3rd place David Thompson.
Big 10 All-Time Dunkadelic First Team:
Kenny Battle (Illinois), Cornelius "Connie" Hawkins (Iowa),
Michael Finley (Wisconsin), Jason Richardson (Michigan St.), Chris Webber (Michigan)
Big 10 All-Time Dunkadelic Second Team:
Ricky Davis (Iowa), Kendall Gill (Illinois), Jim Jackson (Ohio St.), George McGinnis (Indiana), Glen "Big Dog" Robinson (Purdue)
Big 10 All-Time Dunkadelic Third Team:
Maurice Ager (Michigan St.), Nick Anderson (Illinois), Willie Burton (Minnesota), Morris Peterson (Michigan St.), Mychal Thompson (Minnesota)
The Big 10 All-Time Dunkadelic Team MVP is Jason Richardson, runner-up Chris Webber, and 3rd place Connie Hawkins.
Big 12 All-Time Dunkadelic First Team:
Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas), Darvin Ham (Texas Tech), Desmond Mason (Oklahoma St.), Paul Pierce (Kansas), and John Starks (Oklahoma St.)
Big 12 All-Time Dunkadelic Second Team:
Kelvin Cato (Iowa St.), Richard Dumas (Oklahoma St.), Andre Emmett (Texas Tech), Anthony Peeler (Missouri), Kareem Rush (Missouri)
Big 12 All-Time Dunkadelic Third Team:
Tony Battie (Texas Tech), T.J. Ford (Texas), Joey Graham (Oklahoma St.), Mikki Moore (Nebraska), Julian Wright (Kansas)
The Big 12 All-Time Dunkadelic Team MVP is Wilt Chamberlain, runner-up Desmond Mason, and 3rd place Paul Pierce.
Big East All-Time Dunkadelic First Team:
Patrick Ewing (Georgetown), Darrell "Dr. Dunkenstein" Griffith (Louisville), Kenyon Martin (Cincinnati), Dwyane Wade (Marquette), James White (Cincinnati)
Big East All-Time Dunkadelic Second Team:
Carmelo Anthony (Syracuse), Allen Iverson (Georgetown), Melvin Levett (Cincinnati), Alonzo Mourning (Georgetown), Orlando Woolridge (Notre Dame)
Big East All-Time Dunkadelic Third Team:
Willie Glass (St. Johns), Conrad McRae (Syracuse), Ruben Patterson (Cincinnati), Stephen Thompson (Syracuse), Hakim Warrick (Syracuse), Willie Glass (St Johns)
The Big East All-Time Dunkadelic Team MVP is Dwyane Wade, runner-up Darrell "Dr. Dunkenstein" Griffith, and 3rd place Patrick Ewing
PAC 10 All-Time Dunkadelic First Team:
Andre Iguodala (Arizona), Richard Jefferson (Arizona), Fred Jones (Oregon), Harold Miner (USC), Byron Scott (Arizona St.)
PAC 10 All-Time Dunkadelic Second Team:
Hassan Adams (Arizona), Gilbert Arenas (Arizona), Baron Davis (UCLA), Marques Johnson (UCLA), Nate Robinson(Washington)
PAC 10 All-Time Dunkadelic Third Team:
Shereef Abdur-Rahim (California), Trevor Ariza (UCLA), Brent Barry (Oregon St.), Michael Dickerson (Arizona), Sean Elliott ( Arizona)
PAC 10 All-Time Dunkadelic Team MVP is Kareem Abdul Jabaar (Jabaar was a major reason for the no dunking rule in college basketball as a sophomore at UCLA IN 1967) runner-up Harold Miner, and 3rd place Andre Iguodala.
SEC All-Time Dunkadelic First Team:
Charles Barkley (Auburn), Latrell Sprewell (Alabama), Shaquille O'Neal (LSU), Kenny "Sky" Walker (Kentucky), Dominique Wilkins (Georgia)
SEC All-Time Dunkadelic Second Team:
Derek Anderson (Kentucky), Antonio McDyess (Alabama), Chris Morris (Auburn), Stromile Swift (LSU), Gerald Wallace (Alabama)
SEC All-Time Dunkadelic Third Team:
Rex Chapman (Kentucky), Udonis Haslem (Florida), Ron Mercer (Kentucky), Joakim Noah (Florida) tie, Tyrus Thomas (LSU) tie, Chris Porter (Auburn)
The SEC All-Dunkadelic Team MVP is Dominique Wilkins, runner-up Shaquille O'Neal, and 3rd place Charles Barkley.
Combo-Conferences All-Time Dunkadelic First Team:
Clyde "The Glide" Drexler (Houston), Julius "Dr. J" Erving (U.Mass), Hakeem "The Dream" Olajuwon (Houston), Shawn "The Matrix" Marion (UNLV), Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas)
Combo-Conferences All-Time Dunkadelic Second Team:
Penny Hardaway (Memphis), Ron Harper (Miami-Ohio), Larry "Grand Ma-Ma" Johnson (UNLV), J.R. Rider (UNLV), Terence Stansbury (Temple)
Combo-Conferences All-Time Dunkadelic Third Team:
Dee Brown (Jacksonville), Rodney Carney (Memphis), Tom Chambers (UTAH), "Thunder Dan" Majerle (Central Michigan), Ben Wallace (Virgina Union)
The Combo-Conferences All-Time Dunkadelic Team MVP is Julius "Dr. J" Erving, runner-up Clyde "The Glide" Drexler, and 3rd place Scottie Pippen
H.S. Phenom All-Time Dunkadelic First Team:
Kobe Bryant (Lower Merion), Darryl Dawkins (Maynard Evans) LeBron James (St. Vincent St. Mary's), Tracy McGrady (Mt. Zion Christian Academy), Amare Stoudemire (Cypress Creek)
H.S. Phenom All-Time Dunkadelic Second Team:
Kevin Garnett (Farragut Academy), Dwight Howard (S.W. Atlanta Christian Academy), Shawn Kemp (Trinity Comm. College), Darius Miles (East St. Louis), Josh Smith (Oak Hill Academy)
H.S. Phenom All-Time Dunkadelic Third Team:
Eddy Curry (Thornwood), Gerald Green (Gulf Shores Academy), Jermaine O'Neal (Eau Claire), J.R. Smith (St. Benedicts Prep), Rashard Lewis (Alief Elsik)
The H.S. Phenom All-Time Dunkadelic Team MVP is Kobe Bryant, runner-up LeBron James, and 3rd place Tracy McGrady
The highest ranked overall All-Dunkadelic Team of the 8 All-Time teams was the ACC. They had the most explosive dunkers from 1 to 15. They were led by 2 of the top 3 dunkers of All-Time (V. Carter and M. Jordan). The following teams in ranked order number 1-8
1. ACC, 2. H.S. Phenom, 3. Combo-Conferences, 4. SEC, 5. Big East, 6. Big 10, 7. PAC 10, and 8. Big 12.
Starting the 2006-07 season there will be an All-Dunkadelic Team selected for all the 6 major conferences, combo mid-majors, and high school. There will be a 1st and 2nd team selected.
The NBA All-Time Dunkadelic Team will be announced with the 2nd Annual 2006 All-Dunkadelic Team, and 1st Annual 2006 College All-Dunkadelic Team Thursday June 29th.
"The Phat 5" of College Basketball; Kentucky, N. Carolina, UCLA, Kansas, and Duke the 5 winningest college basketball programs of All-Time will be celebrating 500 years of combined play during the 2006-07 season.
For more information or interview request about the All-Dunkadelic Teams NBA/College, All-Time Dunkadelic Teams, or "The Phat 5" of College Basketball contact Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic Inc. 443-851-5244.