With 2017 fast approaching, we thought we'd reflect on 2016 and take a look back on the nastiest poster dunks of the Basketball Champions League so far.
In at number 10, is Pinar Karsiyaka's Josh Owens exploding in Week 10 for the big time one hander.
At number 9 it is the first of two appearances for MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg's Kelvin Martin, who has cemented his status as one of the highest flyers in the Basketball Champions League.
Though KK Mornar's Octavious Ellis failed to impress the commentator on this play, he did enough to make our list with a nasty and-1 poster.
Kataja's Nino Johnson combined handle with a nasty poster dunk on this one, as he crossed the first defender to clear some space before posterizing another as he got to the hoop.
Retin Obasohan had two nasty dunks on this night, but it's the first that caught our attention to slide in at number 2, taking off from two feet to finish with one hand body to body over the defender.
Kelvin Martin tops his earlier appearance with this one, as the defender lines him up thinking he has the block, not anticipating just how high Martin can fly!
Levin Randolph took no prisoners for Avellino against Telenet Oostende, rising up and cramming it with power over two defenders.
He's only just turned 21, but Mega Leks' Rade Zagorac had a man's jam with this dunk against KK Moran, elevating over the defender who tried to take a charge.
One defender or two, it makes little difference to Bandja Sy, who had one of the most powerful and nasty posters of the season so far with this one against Openjobmetis Varese.
It's no great surprise, but this incredible facial poster and-1 dunk from Cibona's Nik Slavica against KK Mega Leks takes the number one spot in our dunks of the season so far!