"You think about 360 alley-oop dunks, and they're pretty rare to find. It beckons back to J.R. Smith from Chauncey Billups vs. Minnesota back in March of 2010. You add the fact for Terrence Ross that it was at Madison Square Garden, The Mecca, early season, and for a national audience. The best part of the dunk isn't even the 360, it's how he got himself open. The change of pace and the hard cut froze his defensive player away from the ball, which allowed him to get the separation and creativity going through his mind to get that 360 dunk."
3. Terrence Ross