Aaron Gordon said he was done participating in dunk contests after finishing in second place to Derrick Jones.
Gordon also finished second to Zach LaVine in 2016.
“I did four straight 50s — five straight 50s. That’s over. It’s a wrap. Let’s go home Four 50s in a row in an NBA Dunk Contest, it’s over. But I don’t know. Who’s running the show? … It’s a wrap, bro. I feel like I should have two trophies,” said Gordon.
Gordon and Jones went to two tie-breaker rounds, with Gordon dunking over Tacko Fall with his final attempt.
Common and Candace Parker, two judges of the dunk contest, said that the plan was for Jones and Gordon to finish in another tie.
“We thought it was going to be tied. We were like, ‘This is a tie!’ But somebody didn’t do it right. I don’t know who it is,” said Common.