As of now, the NBA is holding its first dunk contest, with the contest taking place this Friday in Miami.
The contest is being held at the Miami Heat’s arena, as well as the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The dunk contest has become a staple of the league’s festivities.
The league has hosted hundreds of dunk contests across the years, and last year’s contest saw players in various states of undress.
As of this year, however, there is no dunk contest scheduled in Miami, which is why there is a special event for dunking at the FIBA World Cup.
The event is being organized by the FIBL, which represents all of the world’s professional basketball leagues.
The FIBL has hosted dunk contests throughout the years and will be hosting a dunk contest at the World Cup this weekend.
The contest has been scheduled for Friday, March 13 at 6 p.m.
There is a $25,000 prize, and dunk contests have traditionally been more popular in the summertime.
The event will feature the best athletes from around the world participating in an hour-long dunk contest.
Here is the full event list for Friday:1.
The dunk contest will be hosted by the NBA2.
The winner will receive $25K3.
The best dunkers from around each of the participating countries will compete in a dunking contest4.
All the players will be awarded $100K in prizes5.
The participants will be crowned world champions!
What to Know:The event will begin at 6:00 p..m., and the competition will last approximately 30 minutes.