Amar'e Stoudemire and the 10 Most Ferocious Dunkers in New York Knicks History

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Amar'e Stoudemire and the 10 Most Ferocious Dunkers in New York Knicks History
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I can't call an Elias Sports Bureau statistician to confirm this, but the New York Knicks have been on the wrong end of the most ferocious dunks in NBA history, both in quality and quantity.

Michael Jordan's dunk over Patrick Ewing in the 1991 playoffs is considered by some to be the best in NBA history,.

Tom Chambers and his blonde mullet literally kneed Mark Jackson in the face en route to dunking over him in 1989.

Blake Griffin's "dunk" over Timofey Mozgov is already the play of the season.

Regardless, the Knicks have had some ferocious dunkers on their own team, thankfully. Here are the 10 best.

Note: This isn't a listing of the best dunkers in team history, though for the record, Kenny "Sky" Walker is No. 1 in that department and it's not even close. This is a listing of power dunkers, guys who could throw down with authority, bring down Madison Square Garden and change the momentum of a game. Bonus points go to players with historically significant dunks.

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