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Monday, March 12th, 2012 at 1:00 pm  |  5 responses

Videos: Sunday’s Top 35 Plays

Featuring Kobe, Bynum, Faried, Cousins and others.

by Eldon Khorshidi

Yesterday, eight games and countless players brought us a solid night of hoops. Although the majority of the basketball world was fixated on NCAA conference tournaments and the subsequent Selection Show, dudes in the pro ranks were nothing to sneeze at, either. Between Kobe and CP3′s masks, and Rajon Rondo’s illegally-tinted glasses (they were “the wrong shade of shades,” as Jeff Van Gundy cleverly remarked), we had a lot to look forward to… just kidding. From Los Angeles’ dispatching of Boston to Kenneth Faried‘s monster plays on both ends of the court (Wait, how real is Faried? The rook is averaging 8.6 and 6.7 in under 20 minutes per, and it seem like he makes Top Plays at least three times a week. Seriously, how real is he? Is he merely a high energy, hustle-and-glue guy or is there something more? Would love to know the answer to this.) to All-Star Dwight Howard (30-13-5-4-1) abusing “All-Star” Roy Hibbert (10-2-0-2), the Association produced a number of worthy highlights. We’ve got seven more games tonight, including Knicks-Bulls and Celtics-Clippers, but before you move ahead, take a look back at Sunday’s 35 best plays.

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  • http://dillanleuyahoo.com Holy Baller

    Gallinari looked like a 5th grader dribbling that basketball lol.

  • BillOReilly

    haha Gallinari…guy needs to work on his left…on a lighter note…Faried is a beast and Dwight Howard dunks should not be on any countdown they are boring to watch

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

    35 is way too many plays to have to go through them one by one like this.

  • Rainman

    ^ still not as bas as 50 lol

  • blasphemy

    Clip 32 and 27 is utter jockedge by Rudy and Kobe. Fun to watch though.

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