Andre Iguodala's Top 10 Dunks of His Philadelphia 76ers Career
In 2006, Iguodala participated in his only dunk contest and controversially finished second to Nate Robinson. Here are Iguodala's 10 best dunks of his career.
10. Iguodala's Dunk on Paul Pierce
Iguodala posterized Paul Pierce with this dunk during the 2012 Eastern Conference semifinals. Iguodala bothered Pierce all series long with his suffocating defense, and this dunk only added to the insult.
9. Iguodala's Furious Finish on Luol Deng
8. Iguodala's All-Star Slam
Iguodala was a first-time All-Star in 2012, and he made the most of his opportunity. His ferocious windmill slam showed fans around the world what a fantastic finisher he is.
7. Iguodala's Behind the Back, Reverse Dunk
Iguodala goes behind his back then throws down with the reverse jam on the Lakers back in 2007. This dunk is not all about the dunk itself, but also the events leading up to the monster jam.
6. Iguodala's Posterization of Terrence Williams
Iguodala made Terrence Williams' sixth game in the NBA a very memorable one. Williams looked defenseless in Iguodala's pursuit of the dunk.
Williams has yet to recover, as the former lottery pick only averaged seven points per game during the 2011-12 season.
5. Iguodala's Behind-the-Back Dunk in the 2006 Slam Dunk Contest
This was Iguodala's second best dunk of the 2006 dunk contest, which he finished in second place. Many critics feel that the sole reason Iguodala was beaten by Nate Robinson is because Robinson is only 5'9''.
4. Iguodala's and-1 Dunk on the Bobcats
Iguodala posterizes Gerald Wallace on this dunk back in 2010. Wallace knows he has no chance to block him, so he decides his best option is to push Iguodala in the mid-section.
However, Wallace's attempt failed as Iguodala ended up with a three-point play.
3. Iguodala's Alley-Oop to Himself
Iguodala drove the lane against the Detroit Pistons, and in mid-air he realized he had nowhere to go. So he decided to throw it off the backboard to himself and throw it down.
2. Iguodala Jumps over Jurmaine Jones
This dunk is very similar to LeBron James' dunk over John Lucas earlier this year, as they both essentially jumped over the defender. Iguodala effectively ended Jurmaine Jones' career with this finish.
1. Andre's Behind-the-Backboard Dunk in the Slam Dunk Contest
This dunk was the AI connection, as Allen Iverson set up Iguodala by throwing the ball off the back of the backboard. Iguodala proceeded to catch the ball, dip his head under the backboard and then finish with the slam.