Did anyone see the slam dunk contest? In real life like 99.9% of the time being tall and being white will give you an advantage in life, but not in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest. Chris Andersen is a 6'10" white guy and he easily had one of the top 2 dunks in the first round of the dunk contest, but because of the racism and heightism of the judges, they gave him a very low score on that dunk. The crowd was booing the judges. Fred Jones' first dunk was only an ok dunk, but the judges gave him a 50 on it probably because of his height and skin color. Fred Jones should never have gotten out of the first round. Chris Anderson only had a so so dunk for his second dunk, but Chris Anderson should still have been in the Finals after the combied score of all his dunks in the first round, and Fred Jones shouldn't have been in the Finals let alone win the contest. Jason Richardson was obviously the best dunker in the contest, and he had one of the best dunks of all time in this contest where he threw the ball off the backboard caught it in midair, and then took the ball from one hand to the other hand between his legs before dunking it(such a dunk is an unheard of dunk that is almost thought to be impossible to pull off). As good as Jason Richardson was, he missed so many dunks in the finals that he lost. Brent Barry is the only white guy to ever win an NBA dunk contest, but if they had these judges that year, he would have probably gotten eliminated in the first round. Hell, these judges would probably even have eliminated Henry Bekkering in the first round. If you don't know who Henry Bekkering is, here's a video of him doing his stuff in highschool. http://www.uweb.ucsb.edu/~jheyward/dunkcontest.wmv If the link above doesn't work, then you can see the video at link below http://probasketball.about.com/ Just click on "Henry Bekkering" under "2004 NBA MOCK DRAFT AND 2005's TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS".