So far, so good: Tracking a season of Big Ten dunks
At the start of each week we post a compilation of the week’s top dunks in Big Ten basketball. But since we launched our latest batch (see the video at the top of this post), we’ve seen more slams, too. We’ve added them below in this post below.
We also keep an archive of as many dunks as we can track.
Watch the ones we do have here and come back for more all season. You can bookmark our favorite Big Ten dunk posts and subscribe to our Big Ten’s Best Dunk RSS feed.
Michigan State’s Adreian Payne is becoming a frequent contributor on our dunking pages.
Minnesota’s Rodney Williams knows his way around the bucket.
So far this season when Illinois’ Joseph Bertrand gets the ball, we watch. We watch very closely.
Same general rule applies for Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker.
Can Michigan’s Tim Hardaway Jr. dunk? Yes, yes he can.
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