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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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98-96, sealing his victory with a close approximation of the 360-degree spin dunk that Vince Carter used to win the 2000 contest.
He was in the 2015 Slam Dunk Contest, though he came up short and hasn't competed since.
The Bulls pulled out a victory, though, when Zach LaVine stole an inbound pass and cruised in for an uncontested dunk with 12.
He will once more represent the country in the slam dunk championship.
The news comes after Slam Dunk was recently awarded Best Metropolitan Festival at the UK Festival Awards 2017.
One outrageous flick and turn away from Dunk left the Seagulls centre-back in no doubt how tough life will be among English football's elite.
Carlos edged four-time World Tour Dunk champ Rafel Linpinski of Poland in the championship round after the latter missed the second of his three dunk attempts and could only muster 54 points.
Where I've benefited is that the players I've inherited are good footballers, comfortable on the ball: Gordon Greer, Lewis Dunk, Bruno Saltor, Inigo Calderon," said the experienced boss in an interview with the Telegraph earlier in the season.
The prizes range from wallpapers and posters to Cookie Dunk Dunk merchandise and even the chance to spend the day with owner Duane Schor.
From the time people started saying I should be in the dunk contest, my brain got to working with what I should do.
The findings: The Dunk could chomp down at a force of 500 kilograms (1,100 pounds) per square inch--the strongest bite of any known fish.
BOSTON - Despite the Celtics' poor record, it's no slam dunk that they will win the NBA Lottery this year.