Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 at 2:54 pm  |  7 responses

Videos: Tuesday’s Top 15 Plays

LeBron, Metta, Jimmer, Kobe and more…

With only five games on yesterday’s dial, I was kind of worried we’d have a dearth of highlights to share today. Well, I couldn’t have been more wrong. Between Miami’s video-game offense, Jimmer’s first three-pointer, Kobe’s nothing-will-ever-stop-me mindset and Portland’s fascinatingly undersized yet extremely productive frontcourt of LaMarcus Aldridge and Gerald Wallace, there was an eclectic mix of talent on display. Tonight it gets really crazy, with 10 games on the schedule. We’ve got a playoff rematch between the Thunder and Grizzlies, the veteran Celtics on the road in New Orleans, a matchup of yesterday vs. tomorrow in Spurs-Clippers and the Heat taking on the Bobcats. Oh, and Melo and Co. visit Golden State, where you know Mark Jackson will be hyped. So, tonight’s gonna be amazing. But until then, let’s relish in the best of the best from last night. Eldon Khorshidi

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  • http://www.nba.com/analysis/rules_history.html Allenp

    What is up with Tyreke this year. He was invisible last night. Is he on the trading block or something?

  • blakos


  • http://Slamonline.com Mars

    Heat looking like the 95′ Bulls. If Curry pans out, look out. LeBron MVP.

  • Niio

    I didn’t know World peace was that nasty! haha For real I didn’t think he could do that.

  • Niio


  • http://www.twitter.com/_dfrance dfrance21

    He barely did it, he pretty much needed that full run from the 3 point line and all 6’7″ to get that dunk off. lol. Harlan was on point with the call too. METTA. WORLD. PEACE!!!

    The Heat are scary man, I know the Celts are old but the way they were runing on hem was something else.

  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.l.brewer3 BlackPhantom