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Monday, February 6th, 2012 at 11:00 am  |  7 responses

Videos: Sunday’s Top 10 Plays

LeBron, Rajon, DeMar, Ray and more…

Yesterday, all the hoopla surrounding the Super Bowl coupled with a weak two-game schedule made the NBA as irrelevant as it’ll ever be this season. But between Grizz-Celtics and Heat-Raptors, we were still treated to a few nice plays. From LeBron James‘ 30 point outing to Ray Allen‘s smooth jumper, roll through the gallery above for Sunday’s best 10 plays.

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  • http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/2011/01/post-up-23/ Allenp

    I don’t understand why LeBron ever, ever abandons the post with a smaller cat guarding him. It just doesn’t make sense. Almost every time he posts up, it’s a positive for his team. Is it a lack of concentration or something? Somebody please explain it.

  • http://dillanleuyahoo.com Holy Baller

    Why did Vince Carter decided all he wanted to do was jack up 3′s all game in the middle of his prime? Some players just feel more comfortable doing one thing, even when they’re much better at others.

  • http://nba.com/celtics lights out

    Ray’s four point play should’ve been number one. James Johnson’s dunk was nothing special.

  • http://www.boogiewilliams.com Boing Dynasty

    There not numbered by impressive-ness(?), and even if they were James Johnson is #10.

  • ClydeSays

    How do you let LBJ back his way into the post without doubling? He took like 6 dribbles on one of those plays. But yeah, if played more in the post he’d be racking up even more points & offensive boards.

  • andrew

    The first play where he picked up the ball and hopped. That’s 2 steps isnt it? And he pivots off for the lay up making 3 steps in total, am i missing something?

  • Glenn

    Slow day. Coulda been the top 5 plays and even then not that great. I guess that’s what happens when Griffin and Rubio both have the day off.

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