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NBA players react to the slam dunk contest: 'They robbed Cassius'

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This year's slam dunk contest featured didn't have a lot of hype around it, even though the young players that came out really tried to put on a show. Anfernee Simons won the contest beating Obi Toppin and Cassius Stanley. Obviously, the rest of the NBA community watched the dunk contest and apparently didn't think Simons should have won it, so they shared their thoughts about it on social media.

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