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96 definitions by derrick e. vaughan

 
1.
Descibes the position of the players on a basketball court.The point guard (position #1),two guard(position #2),small forward(position #3),power forward(position #4),and pivot man(position #5).
This kid is a rising star, he will be a franchise Dunkadelic power forward.
by Derrick E. Vaughan February 09, 2004
 
2.
Is a basketball slang " nickname " for the 5 winningest college basketball programs in the history of college Division 1 basketball. Kentucky, N. Carolina, UCLA, Kansas, and Duke make up the Phat 5. The Phat 5 are in the Dunkadelic terminology full word or abbreviation. D U N K A D E L I C , Kentucky ( UK ). N. Carolina ( UNC ). U. California Los Angeles ( UCLA ). Kansas ( KU ). Duke ( DUKE ).
N. Carolina added to the Phat 5 winning tradition by beating Illinois to win it's 4 National title. UCLA has more National Championships ( 11 ) than any other Phat 5 program, Kentucky is second with ( 7 ). Now that's Dunkadelic!!!!!
by Derrick E. Vaughan April 05, 2005
 
3.
From 1964 to 1973 UCLA won 9 of the 10 National Championships. They defeated 2 of the other 4 Phat 5 programs during the Championship run.

1. 1964, UCLA 98- Duke 83
2. 1968, UCLA 78- UNC 55

* They also defeated ( UK ) Kentucky in 1975. It was the last game coached by John Wooden who won 10 titles in 12 years.

The 1966 National Championship game has been described as the game that changed college basketball. It was the only National Championship not won by UCLA during it's 10 year run. This was also the first time that 5 starting black players ( Texas Western now UTEP, U. of Texas El Paso ) played 5 starting white players ( UK ). The game was won bY Texas Western 72-65. This game is credited for opening the door for black high school stars to be recruited by major white college programs who were reluctant in the past. The ( DUNK )was banned by the NCAA in 1967, the year that Lew Alcindor ( Kareem Abdul Jabbar ) was to start play as a sophmore at UCLA. The ( DUNK ) was allowed back into college basketball in 1976. The last year a Div.1 program ( IU )has gone undefeated for an entire season.
A Phat 5 program played a major role in the growth of black players getting a chance to play on the biggest stage of college basketball.Now that's Dunkadelic!!!!!
by Derrick E. Vaughan April 19, 2005
 
4.
As of the 2004-05 college basketball season the top 3 All-Time most NCAA Tourament wins are by Phat 5 coaches.

1. Mike Krzyzewski-66( Duke ), 66-18
2. Dean Smith-65 ( UNC ), 65-27
3. John Wooden-47 ( UCLA ), 47-10

They are also the top 3 coaches in Final Four appearances.

1. John Wooden ( UCLA )- 12
2. Deam Smith ( UNC )-11
3. Mike Krzyzewski ( Duke )-10

Adolph Rupp ( UK ) is tied for 4th with 6 with Denny Crum ( U. of Louisville ). Crum an assistant coach with John Wooden at ( UCLA ).
The Phat 5 coaches are just as impressive as their players and have been role models to the premiere coaches in the game today. Now that's Dunkadelic!!!!!
by Derrick E. Vaughan April 18, 2005
 
5.
Is a collection of the best Dunkers in Pro and College basketball. Players who are selected to the All-Dunkadelic Team are creative and powerful with their Dunk artistry. There is a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd team selection for the teams
Dunkadelic Mega-Stars LeBron James and Kobe Bryant will be members of the All-Dunkadeic Team.
by Derrick E. Vaughan February 19, 2005
 
6.
The Phat 5 had atleast one of the programs in the Final Four for 17 consecutive years from 1962-1978. The streak was ended by Magic Johnson and Larry Bird in 1979 with their epic battle that was also the rebirth of the NBA. The new sreak is from 1988-2005, 18 consectutive years and counting. There will much anticipation in 2006 to see if the Phat 5 can extend the streak to 19 consecutive Final Fours.
The Phat 5 of College Basketball is the greatest collection of winning teams of All-Time in any sport when you look at the wins, players, champioships, and the history of the programs.
by Derrick E. Vaughan April 07, 2005
 
7.
A highlight slam dunk(s)that is showcased with funky hip hop beats.
I can't believe what I just witnessed,this kid is a prime time "Dunkadelic" highlight machine.
by Derrick E. Vaughan February 10, 2004