The slam dunk contest has been a huge part of NBA All-Star Weekend since it debuted in Denver in 1984. (Except when they cancelled it in 1998, but that's beside the point.) There have been many memorable sneakers in the contest, from Michael Jordan's Air Jordan IIIs in 1988 to Gerald Green's outlandish Reeboks in 2007. But it's the sneakers that don't get remembered that we'd like to shine a little light on. So check out 10 Slam Dunk Contest Sneakers You (Probably) Forgot About and see what you can recall.
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