The All Ball Posterized Poll (Vol. 2)

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — If you’re into the NBA’s most devastating dunks, we’ve got you covered over at the new-and-improved Dunk HQ. But because we’re the All Ball blog and we like to look at the NBA from non-traditional angles, we will focus on the flip side of the NBA’s best dunks: What we want to know is, who got got?

So welcome to Volume Two of The All Ball Posterized Poll. We will check in from time to time and examine the worst of the best, and use a highly scientific polling method to determine which NBA player got dunked on (a.k.a. posterized) the most egregiously. And at the end of the season all of our winners will battle it out to determine who it is that most belongs on a poster.

The winner of Volume One was New Orleans’ Jeff Withey, who was placed on a poster by Lakers’ wingman Xavier Henry, his college teammate. (You can see the offending dunk at this post.) Voting at Volume One is now officially closed.

But can anyone top Withey? We have four new nominees. We checked in with’s own slam dunk specialist, LeMont Calloway, for his informed perspective on the matter. “What I’ll say most about these defenders is that at least they’re trying to show help-side D,” LeMont notes. “There’s a defender or two around the league who wouldn’t even dare, let alone probably couldn’t even make the proper rotation. (Calling you out Boozer!) But, it’s like Bill Walton used to say: What are big men doing trying to take charges anyway?”

1. Chris Bosh (as nominated by Josh Smith)
LeMont’s Take: “It’s got to be fun for Brandon Jennings to play with several front-line bangers on his team. He’s dropped a few passes behind to his big men on fast breaks, and this time it’s J-Smoove’s turn to finish it off.”

VIDEO: Josh Dunks On Bosh

2. Al Horford and Paul Millsap (as nominated by Victor Oladipo)
LeMont’s take: “Any dunk that can get this kind of response out of announcer Dominique Wilkins, one of the godfathers of the dunk, has to be something special. On his visit to the Hawks, I guess Vic wanted to pay tribute to Atlanta rapper Future. Two at the same time indeed.”

VIDEO: Oladipo Dunks On Hawks

3. Carlos Boozer (as nominated by Rodney Stuckey)
LeMont’s Take: “Booz, you brought this one on yourself. One more of these and maybe he’ll consider playing actual NBA-caliber defense.”

VIDEO: Stuckey Dunks On Boozer

4. Darren Collison (as nominated by Ben McLemore)
LeMont’s Take: “This is my pick for the new bunch. You’ve got Big Ben flying with authority and a competent attempt to make a defensive play. Just not enough lift for Collison. The rook’s making me a fan, that’s for sure.”

VIDEO: McLemore Dunks On Collison

These are your nominees for Volume Two. Vote for the winner below…



  1. lol says:

    chris bosh didnt even get dunked on…

  2. Ballin' says:

    Umm, are you stupid? Bosh got a face of dunk.

  3. crazyballa says:

    yeah bosh got dunked on bro, not as bad as collison tho

  4. Singaporean says:

    the guy JJ hickson dunked on (two handed) earlier was the baddest so far…

  5. roy says:

    Leave Chris Bosh folks, I think Carlos Boozer got dunk on by a point guard Rodney Stuckey is the best worst ever. Bosh is in a run behind Josh, while Boozer got dunk on head on and saw it coming.

  6. blakskorpion says:

    new entry: BG32 over Humphries… just disrespectful. didn’t he learn from Mamba last year In Brooklyn?

  7. Jeff says:

    Yeah I think Stuckey’s was best and I’m a Bull fan. There are many they left out including a couple from Taj Gibson and this one for Tony Snell over Baby G Davis and Jameer Nelson

  8. Josh says:

    Where the hell are lebron’s poster dunks? They are better than all of these!

    • Shut up says:

      Hey you shut up? Poster dunk? A poster dunk is when you go in for a dunk and someone tries to block that dunk. So dont look for your travel king dunks in here cause it aint gonna happen. All he could do is a statue of liberty dunk. Thats an old man dunk. Hahaha