Learn More Porter Maberry, now officially “The Dunk King” after recently winning the 0,000 TNT Reality TV competition, feels at home at Gus Macker tournaments.“That’s where it all started, in Mount Pleasant in 2010, I won my first dunk contest,” said the 5-foot-5 leaper from Grand Rapids who defies gravity and seemingly reality with his 52-inch vertical rise to the rim. The stuff I’m doing now all over the place, back home in Mackers is where it all began.” Maberry, who has recently been making special appearances for the Grand Rapids Macker Tournament before heading to London for a special dunk show, was a standout player in high school at Ottawa Hills.For a more specific location, contact the TEC Conference at (504) 227-3233.Please check back often as weekend dates are added throughout the year. Have you added a weekend and want to add it to our list below? We will also post your community name and retreat number to our official Facebook page so that the greater TEC community can pray for you.The weekend locations listed below are organized by diocese.
“I started and I can play the game, but I wasn’t dunking then” he said. I don’t really know.” He kept on dunking, getting more creative, and developed the skills that allowed him to jump over the 7-foot-2 Shaquille O’Neal in one of his dunks for TNT.“I could hit the backboard with my hand as a freshman when I was like 5-2, and could grab the rim as a sophomore but had a hard time getting the ball and the jumping all together for a dunk. First, however he was talked about by Macker crowds.