Odds to Win the 2017 NBA Slam Dunk Contest - All Star Weekend

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Feb/17/2017

The odds to win the 2017 NBA Slam Dunk Contest had Aaron Gordon of Orlando as a -165 favorite.

The next shortest odds were +120 for a potential $12 payout on each $10 bet should Derrick Jones Jr. of the Suns win the 2017 NBA Slam Dunk Contest Saturday.

Deandre Jordan of the Clippers would pay out $75 for every $10 bet.

Glenn Robinson III of the Pacers would pay out $120 for every $10 bet.

This is one of the most popular events during the NBA All Star Weekend.

You can catch the 3-point contest around 6 p.m. Saturday on TNT. It is the second event, after the Slam Dunk Contest, with that event starting at 5 pm EST.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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