NBA Slam Dunk Contest 2012: Reaction with Needed Changes Addressed

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NBA Slam Dunk Contest 2012: Reaction with Needed Changes Addressed
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Jeremy Evans of the Utah Jazz had two of the three worst dunks in Saturday's All-Star Slam Dunk contest and was still declared the champion.

Is anyone else disgusted? I am disgusted...not disappointed—disgusted.

When Jeremy Evans was declared the dunk champ, the event instantly changed forever—hopefully for the better. No longer can the NBA allow this charade called the Dunk Contest continue. It has to change and I believe it will.

Here are four changes that need to be implemented in next year's contest before viewers of the dunk contest become as rare as Academy Awards for Leonardo DiCaprio.

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