Dunkadelic ( Brand Name ) Basketball Performance Apparel brand name created by Derrick E.Vaughan of Baltimore, Maryland in 1997
My favorite basketball brand is Dunkadelic, it's better than Jordan's Jumpman 23.
by Derrick E. Vaughan June 09, 2004
Is a retro basketball term that combines the R&B seventies with the hip hop millennium.
That was an ol'school dunkadelic jam from the 70's playground, that is now part of college and pro basketball.
by Derrick E. Vaughan February 09, 2004
Dunkadelic ( adj.) basketball terminology awarded to the top Prep ( High School )players in the country. ( Dunkadelic All-Amearican ) team member.
Prep star Josh Smith the " Dunkadelic " All-American from Oak Hill Academy will be a big time lottery pick in this years draft.
by Derrick E. Vaughan June 17, 2004
Dunkadelic ( adj.) sports term for arena entertainment that combines the music/visual effect, with the cherrs and celebrating of an elctrified crowd.
Here tonight at Auburn Hill's in Detroit the Pistons and their fans are having a " Dunkadelic " jam party after winning the World Championship. It's a " DUNKADELIC " good time baby!!!
by Derrick E. Vaughan July 01, 2004
Dunkadelic ( Pop Culture ) The evolution of the sports and music entertainment era of the 80's, 90's, and 2000 millennium can be described as the " Dunkadelic Generation " era.
The " Dunkadelic Generation " craze of the 90's helped define the hip hop boom era, that introduced the lifeform as a part of popular culture.
by Derrick E. Vaughan June 29, 2004
Dunkadelic ( adj. ) " Colossal Dunkadelic Mega Trade ", Is the ultimate trade of one " Mega Dunkadelic Super Star " for several players, draft picks, and possibly cash. It's a level above the " Blockbuster Dunkadelic Mega Trade ". ( see definition )
A " Colossal Dunkadelic Mega Trade " was made when pro basketballs " ultimate " Dunkadelic Pivot Man " Shaquille O'Neal was sent to Miami for " Dunkadelic Point Forward " Lamar Odom, " Dunkadelic Small Forward " Caron Butler, and " Dunkadelic Power Forward " Brian Grant and a future first round pick.
by Derrick E. Vaughan July 15, 2004
Dunkadelic ( History ) In his final professional game on April 16, 2003 Michael Jordan lost to Philadelphia and star guard Allen Iverson. Iverson wore the " Dunkadelic " shoe during the game and scored 35 points.
Allen Iverson made basketball history by wearing the " Dunkadelic " shoe . It was a bittersweet game for " Dunkadelic Superstar " Michael Jordan.
by Derrick E. Vaughan June 29, 2004

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