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Back in the glory days that were the 1990s, Foot Locker used to host a slam dunk contest for up-and-coming athletes across all different sports. In one particular contest, Deion Sanders, Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Conley Sr. all competed in what looked like an amazing event.
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Tweet In the early 90s, Deion Sanders and Ken Griffey Jr. were two of the biggest names in all of professional sports. They played their respective sports with flash, showmanship and an unbelievable amount of athleticism. Just how athletic were these guys? They took part in an exhibition dunk contest and looked pretty comfortable doing [...]