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Rachel Nichols, Scottie Pippen and Tracy McGrady count down the top 50 greatest dunks in NBA history in 2017.

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"The Jump" is a daily NBA show hosted by Rachel Nichols. The fast-paced program originates from Los Angeles- across the street from where the Lakers and Clippers play- and features appearances by current and former players, as well as a rotating cast of ESPN analysts, reporters and insiders who provide commentary. "The Jump" is like having a fun NBA conversation with your friends in your living room, except your friends are Scottie Pippen and Tracy McGrady. The discussion encompasses all the fun, serious, smart, crazy big-issue, small-smile moments that make the NBA popular.
Now that the NBA's biggest stars routinely decline to participate, what used to be a can't-miss All-Star weekend event has turned stale. TNT revamps the dynamic in "The Dunk King," which offers 24 professional dunkers -- all non-NBA players, and none taller than 6 feet 6 inches -- the chance to leap from obscurity to celebrity and win $100,000. The pros, many of whom compete full-time in dunk contests for prizes that can range from $1,000 to $15,000, include brothers Chase and Jordan Kilganon, 5-foot-5-inch Porter Maberry, who won last year's competition, and Guy Dupuy, who sports a 59-inch vertical leap. The limited series airs during TNT's coverage of the Eastern Conference finals.