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I can't believe it's been 20 years. Found the link to this video on dimemag.com. Not only was Dee sick in the dunk contest, he had a fantastic playoffs his rookie season, outplaying Isiah Thomas even. The next preseason Dee looked poised to become a top point guard in the league, but then he blew out his knee and his game changed. But going back to the night of this contest the sky was the limit for young Dee.

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JR 3/09/2011 01:29:00 AM Edit
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5 Responses so far.

  1. chuckslammin says:

    Great video, great song, great time in Celtics history. When things were pretty bad, Dee Brown came out and had one of the best dunk contest performances ever. The guy just had it that day. He put the Celtics back on the map that night and he should be considered to receive an honorary legend status in Celtics lore.

  2. tb727 says:

    He was terrific (as was Hodges in the 3 point contest). They should retire his #7 for that performance lol.

  3. DH says:

    I absolutely loved Dee Brown. He was my favorite Celtics player of the early 90's. I got to meet him once and he was really nice!

    A few weeks before the All-Star game this year, the D-League had their slam dunk contest and one of the players from the Springfield Armor that Dee coaches cracked out Dee's famous no-look dunk to pay homage to his coach and won the contest. I thought that was pretty cool.

  4. RoswellSounds says:

    Cool... The good old days. Stay in School!

  5. tb727 says:

    Really DH, you didn't prefer this guy lol

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