1. Spud Webb (5-foot-7)
COMPLEX SAYS: As one of the shortest players in NBA history, Spud shocked the world in 1986, by winning the NBA Slam Dunk Contest over heavily-favored Dominique Wilkins. Webb dazzled the crowd with a slew of dunks including a "360 helicopter" and "180-degree reverse double-pump" dunk. Webb and his 42-inch vertical leap proved that big things could come in small packages (II). FOH, Gillette.