Dunk of the Year nominee: Arizona forward Derrick Williams

From tip dunks, to tomahawks, to spinning two-handers, Arizona's Derrick Williams had enough highlight-worthy slams in an 85-74 victory over UCLA to fill half of SportsCenter's top 10 by himself.

Which one was best? Clearly this first-half alley-oop.

A slightly off-target pass from teammate Kevin Parrom forced Williams to reach behind his head to keep the ball from sailing out of bounds. The result was a particularly spectacular one-handed alley-oop, one that rivals a similarly flashy alley-oop he had against Idaho State earlier this season.

Williams provided most of the highlights in a turnover-ridden victory over UCLA that solidified Arizona's grip on second place in the Pac-10. The Wildcats extended a five-point halftime lead to as many as 16 and kept the advantage in double figures most of the rest of the game, surviving a 24-point onslaught from UCLA's Reeves Nelson by holding the rest of the Bruins in check.

Previous Dunk of the Year nominees:

Illinois forward Brandon Paul

Central Florida guard Marcus Jordan

Syracuse forward C.J. Fair

Old Dominion guard Kent Bazemore

High Point guard Shay Shine

Memphis forward D.J. Stephens

Dayton forward Chris Wright

Oregon State's Jared Cunningham

Vanderbilt's Jeffery Taylor

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