Dunk League Volume 3: Jordan Kilganon vs. Jonathan Clark $50,000 Dunk Contest FINALS

On last week’s episode of Dunk League, we got to see the final three contestants square off in the best game of H.O.R.S.E. (or in this case D.U.N.K) you will ever watch.

There was no judges, no scores, just dunks. Each round a new contestant took over as the leader and would attempt one of their signature dunks. If the other two couldn’t replicate that same dunk, they got a letter. The first to get the four letters that spells out DUNK was eliminated.

Newcomer Tyler Currie ended up being the first to get DUNK and he was eliminated from the competition. Jordan Kilganon ended up finishing in second, giving Jonathan Clark one last $5,000 prize for winning that week’s challenge before the finale.

The final two contestants will now compete for a chance to win the final prize of $20,000 and the title of “King of Dunk”.

Dunk League keeps it simple when it comes to their last challenge in determining their champion. Each dunker will complete a package of three dunks and whoever has the highest average score wins it all.


  • Jonathan Clark AKA Jumper: 6’3″, 32-year-old from Fresno, CA
  • Jordan Kilganon AKA The Myth Killer: 6’1″, 29-year-old from Sudbury, Ontario


  • CJ Champion AKA CGI: 6’0″, 26-year-old from Orlando, FL
  • Anthony Hamilton Jr: 6’2″, 22-year-old from Chicago, IL
  • Connor Barth: 6’4″, 28-year-old from Tampa, FL
  • Jordan Sutherland AKA The One Foot God: 6’3″, 27-year-old from Atlanta, GA
  • Dan Gross AKA High Point: 6’2″, 22-year-old from Highpoint, North Carolina.
  • Isaiah Rivera AKA The Puerto Rican Airbender: 6’2″, 23-year-old from Orlando, FL
  • Tyler Currie: 5’11”. 22-year-old from Los Angeles, CA

If you want to re-watch this season of Dunk League or go back and watch the first two seasons, you can find it all at the Whistle channel on YouTube!

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