The flight was delayed and, ultimately, canceled. Knicks reserve James (Flight) White missed all seven of his dunk attempts in the second round and finished in last place in the Slam Dunk competition – ending a disappointing All-Star Saturday night for Big Apple participants. Toronto’s Terrence Ross won the competition, capping an entertaining, high-flying final with the defending champ, Utah’s Jeremy Evans. Evans went for presentation points with one dunk, jumping over a covered canvas. After finishing, he took the black sheet off to show it was a painting of him dunking. But Ross won with 58% of the fans’ vote after his impressive jams.
Knicks reserve James 'Flight' White gets grounded during NBA's Slam Dunk competition
New York Daily News | Feb 17