Attention NBA: this is how it's done.
Wrestling fans may have to wait until Sunday for WrestleMania, but college basketball crowned its world champion of dunking on Thursday night.
Before a raucous crowd at the Georgia Dome getting ready for Final Four festivities this weekend, University of Detroit guard Doug Anderson topped Arizona State's Carrick Felix to take the college slam dunk contest—and a pretty sweet championship belt.
Though Felix threw down plenty of great dunks himself, Anderson seemingly had the crowd wrapped around his finger from the jump. Half a country away from his Mercy home, Anderson had the Atlanta crowd chanting "Detroit" with every ferocious slam.
He also captivated the judges, earning a perfect 40 score on each of his attempts. Anderson's final dunk—a 360-degree, between-the-legs slam straight out of Rucker Park—brought shades of Vince Carter's epic 2000 All-Star Weekend performance to mind.
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