Dunkadelic ( Symbol ) The Dunkadelic brand name came be recognized by the 3 point " Dunkman " logo on it's merchandise.
The " Dunkadelic Dunkman " symbol is harder than Jordans Jumpman and looks better than Shaqs, now thats " DUNKADELIC " !!!
by Derrick E. Vaughan June 17, 2004
Bling City Dunkadelics ( Pop Culture ) Is a basketball nickname given to the winners of the NBA World Championship. When you win the Championship you recieve a diamond ring with the team logo that shines or in hip hop culture terminology ( Blings ).
The Detroit Pistons are the reigning 2004 Bling City Dunkadelics, and will try to repeat as the Bling City Dunkadelics for the 2005 NBA season.
by Derrick E. Vaughan September 15, 2004
Dunkadelic ( adj. ) Basketball term used to describe the most athletic and explosive players on the collegiate level. Players with prototype professional skills and abilities. A " Dunkadelic College All-Star "
This kid is only a freshman and his upside is tremendous. He will be a " Dunkadelic College All- Star ", and nightly highlight showcase on the pro level.
by Derrick E. Vaughan July 10, 2004
Dunkadelic ( Olympics ) " Dunkadelic King's of Basketball ", Is Pop Culture title given to the 2004 USA Basketball team. The 2004 team is a cast of Hip-Hop culture " Dunkadelic All-Stars ". This is the new school and the " Dream Team " is old school. This team has no player over 30 years of age.
The " Dunkadelic King's of Basketball " will go to Athens and win the gold medal and reaffirm that USA Basketball produces the best players in the world.
by Derrick E. Vaughan July 26, 2004
Dunkadelic ( History ) Today June 29, 2004 is the 5th Anniversary date of the " Dunkadelic " trademark name granted by the United States Patent and Trademark office.
It was 5 years ago the " Dunkadelic " name officially became a U S trademark.
by Derrick E. Vaughan June 29, 2004
D-Determination U-Unity N-Nutrition K-Knowledge A-Athleticism D-Defense E-Energy L-Leadership I-Intimidation C-Champion
The D-U-N-K-A-D-E-L-I-C is the blueprint to becoming a champion.
by Derrick E. Vaughan February 19, 2004