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Three-time NBA Slam Dunk Contest winner Nate Robinson is hosting a new live amateur dunk contest called “Dunk Dynasty.” Robinson will also serve as a judge alongside Tony Hopson.

The contest, which will be presented in partnership with sports media and management brand Playmaker, will stream live from Portland on Saturday and air exclusively on Caffeine.tvvia the Playmaker page. The winner of the single elimination tournament will go home with a cash prize.

Here are the contestants: 

Michael Purdie (@michaelpurdie)

Tony Crosby (@tonycrosbyy)

Chris Staples(@everybody_hatechriss)

Darius Clark (@kingdac)

Jamiko McNair (@realjaymeeks)

“Dunk Dynasty” will tip-off at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT on Saturday, Oct. 15. You can watch it live below.

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