Shaq's Dunkadelic Rap Attack
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) June 27, 2008
Dunkadelic TV http://www.youtube.com/dunkadelictv. The Annual All-Dunkadelic Teams marks the beginning of the 4th of July National Celebration and the end of the basketball season. The All-Dunkadelic Teams were inspired by the NBA Inside Stuff Special Collector's Edition Dunkadelic Issue that was published on Dec/Jan 2005. The All-Dunkadelic Teams are released each year the day after the NBA Draft.
Players are rated on highlight reel dunks during the regular season and playoffs (5 points). All-Star dunks (2 points). Dunks during the regular season and playoffs "Dunkadelic-Meter" (1 point). The Slam Dunk Champ gets (50 points), and the runner-up gets (25 points). 20 points for participating in the Slam Dunk Contest. There were 18 players with 100 or more dunks on the season. Four more than last year (14).
"Shaq's Dunkadelic Rap Attack" on Kobe Bryant is a part of the hip-hop culture that both Kobe and Shaq are associated with and was all in fun, says Dunkadelic TV's Derrick E. Vaughan.
4th Annual 2007-08 All-Dunkadelic First Team:
Dwight Howard (Orlando)-510 points, Howard is the first player ever to score over 500 points on the season and playoffs. He's also the winner of the "Dunkadelic Triple-Crown". That's winning the Slam Dunk Contest, recording the most dunks on the season, and being named the All-Dunkadelic Team MVP. Howard has had the most prolific season of any player named to the All-Dunkadelic Team. He has tremendous power, grace, and agility. The most explosive big-man in the NBA.
LeBron James (Cleveland)-402 points, King James is the only player to be named to the All-Dunkadelic First Team for 4 consecutive years. He's the most explosive dunker in the open court. James had the most spectacular dunk of the 2008 NBA Playoffs when he dunked over Kevin Garnett and the Celtics. James was named the 20007-08 All-Dunkadelic Team runner-up. He was the 2006-07 MVP.
Amare Stoudemire (Phoenix)- 382 points, Amare was 2nd in the league with over 200 dunks. He's explosive and makes the highlight reels nightly. Amare was named All-Dunkdelic Team 2nd runner-up. He was the 2004-05 All-Dunkadelic Team MVP.
Andre Iguodala (Phila.)- 315 points, Andre was 5th on the Dunkadelic-Meter. He's one of the 3 best dunkers at the sm. forward position. Finishes strong at the rim with best of them.
Kobe Bryant (LAL)- 310 points, Kobe was 30th on the regular-season but makes the highlight reels with spectacular dunks. Kobe made the 3rd highest amount of highlight dunks. He was 6th on the playoff dunk list. Kobe remains very explosive after 12 years in the league.
4th Annual 2007-08 All-Dunkadelic Second Team:
Tyson Chandler (New Orleans)- 305 points, Tyson was 3rd in dunks during the regular-season and the playoffs. He's very explosive and finishes strong off the many ally-opps he receive from Chris Paul.
Carmelo Anthony (Denver)- 280 points, Carmelo ranked in the top 10 in dunks for second straight season. He's become more explosive when attacking the basket.
Rudy Gay (Memphis)- 268 points, Rudy ranks as one of the 5 best dunkers from the sm. forward position. He's become a nightly member of the highlight reels with explosive and power dunks. He participated in the 2008 Slam Dunk Contest.
Jamario Moon (Toronto)- 245 points, Jamario made a huge burst on the scene and became one the most explosive dunkers in the game. He like Rudy Gay was a Slam Dunk Contest participant.
Ronnie Brewer (Utah)- 230 points, Brewer ranked in the top 10 in dunks. Fills the lane and posses power when he attacks the rim. Has become a highlight reel regular.
4th Annual 2007-08 All-Dunkadelic Third Team:
Kevin Garnett (Boston)- 227 points, KG won his elusive NBA Championship and helped power the Boston front-line. He's still very explosive after 13 years in the league.
Samuel Dalembert (Philadelphia)- 213 points, Dalembert ranked in the top 10 in dunks and is one of the 5 most explosive big-men in the league.
Shawn Marion (Miami)- 204 points, The Matrix was traded from Phoenix to Miami and is the only player who was traded during the season to make the All-Dunkadelic Team. He ranked in the top 10 in dunks for the 4th straight year.
Chris Bosh (Toronto)- 195 points, CB continues to be an All-Star and is a nightly member of the highlight reels being joined by teammate Jamario Moon.
Kenyon Martin (Denver)- 192 points, K-Mart ranked in the top 5 in dunks and continues to attack the rim. He's still explosive.
Vince Carter (New Jersey), Kevin Durant (Seattle), Monta Ellis (Golden St.), Richard Jefferson (New Jersey), David Lee (New York), Mikki Moore (Sacramento), Chris Wilcox (Seattle).
3rd Annual College All-Dunkadelic First Team:
Sonny Weems (Arkansas, 2008 College All-Dunkadelic Team MVP), J.R. Giddens (New Mexico, MVP runner-up), DeAndre Jordan (Texas A&M), Michael Beasley (Kansas St.), Joey Dorsey (Memphis).
3rd Annual College All-Dunkadelic Second Team:
Will Bullard (Texas A&M Corpus-Christi), Patrick Ewing Jr. (Georgetown), Eric Gordon (Indiana), James Gist (Maryland), Deron Washington (Virginia Tech)
O J Mayo (USC), Darrell Arthur (Kansas), Brandon Rush (Kansas), Chase Budinger (Arizona), James Mays (Clemson), Brian Randle (Illinois).
For more information or interview request on the All-Dunkadelic Teams contact Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic TV, 443-851-5244.