Last Updated on March 7, 2021


William Hill Sportsbook has officially released the odds for the winner of Sunday night’s NBA Slam Dunk Contest, and Indiana Pacers guard Cassius Stanley sits atop the list.

Stanley is currently -110 to win the annual event, while Knicks rookie Obi Toppin is +188 and Anfernee Simons of the Portland Trailblazers is +400. This is each participant’s first time taking part in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest.


Odds to Win NBA Slam Dunk Contest

Cassius Stanley -110
Obi Toppin +188
Anfernee Simons +400



Cassius Stanley Favored

Stanley hasn’t put up superb numbers in the eight games he’s played for Indiana this season, currently averaging just 1.1 points per game on 28.6% shooting from the field. Nonetheless, he’s a human highlight reel when it comes to the dunking portion of the game and certainly was during his collegiate days with the Duke Blue Devils.



Obi Toppin Near 2/1 Odds

Toppin will develop over time with the Knicks, but right now isn’t putting up jaw-dropping numbers with just 4.7 points and 2.5 rebounds per game. Regardless, he can take off towards the hoop, and it was always a must-see whenever he did so during his time at Dayton.



Anfernee Simons 4/1 Odds

Anfernee Simons of Portland has the most NBA experience among the trio of participants and has found the most on-court success this year from a scoring perspective, having averaged 8.2 points per game.

But like the others in the competition, Simons’ highlights come in the form of eyebrow-raising dunks, which he’s accomplished with ease at the professional level. However, unlike the others, Simons doesn’t have collegiate-level highlights to tune into — he decided not go to college and instead enter the 2018 NBA Draft.



This won’t be the only way to win at William Hill Sportsbook this weekend. Users, both new and existing, will additionally be able to bet on the winner of the Skills Challenge, the 3-Point Contest, as well as the All-Star Game Odds between Team LeBron and Team Durant.

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