Today is the first day of summer and coincidentally, it's also Tom Chambers' 54th birthday. For those who don't know, Chambers scored over 20,000 points in his career but the biggest highlight to his name came in 1989 when he walked on air, propelling his sausage a solid foot above the exasperated Mark Jackson's head and then catching Jackson in the chin with his right kneecap. It was one of the greatest dunks of all-time and a poster (actually a statue) that Jackson wanted no part of. We salute the effort from Tom and pay tribute to the other exceptional Caucasian leapers like Brent Barry and Jacob Tucker with a round-up of The Greatest White Dunkers of All Time