The nineties were not good years for 76er fans. There were bad draft picks, bad coaches, and most of all, horrific players. Tim Perry was the face of the 76er struggles from 1993-1996. Perry was one of the three
non-all stars given to the Sixers for Hall-of-Famer Charles Barkley.
The Temple product did have hops so it made sense he would enter the 1993 & 1995 Slam Dunk contest. However, his performance in both were tragically hilarious. The most splendid of his missed dunks was Perry’s attempt at the sacred foul line dunk. Perry could rise but could not fly and when he attempted the dunk he did not make it the rim and his dunk turned into a lay-up.
The league was so embarrassed by the attempt they burned all footage along with any Spygate tapes. What is provided is just a mere morsel of Thunder Tim’s aerial displays.