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NBA Midseason Hardware & Predictions

With All-Star weekend marking the midway point in the season, I figured it’s time to give away some midseason awards. Continue reading

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Video: Rudy Fernandez no-look alley-oop to Kenneth Faried

This play has been overlooked, surprisingly. Probably because no star was involved.

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Video: Sam Thompson’s reverse slam against USC Upstate

I don’t really know Sam personally (nor do I support anything Ohio St. does), but we both attended Whitney Young at the same time, so this has to be on here. He also made it on the SportsCenter Top 10 too. Congrats, homie.

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Play of the Day – 3/30/11

Top Play: Javale McGee blocks two of the big three

If you look closely you can see Bosh sobbing on the floor.

Runner-up: Willie Green put back slam

I didn’t know he could do it either.

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Play of the Day – 3/27/11

Top Play: Shannon Brown dunk vs. the New Orleans Hornets

Sick switch-hands dunk by Chris Shannon Brown

Runner-up: Alexei Kovalev shootout goal vs. the Florida Panthers

Nothing spectacular here, just a nice move that fooled Florida’s goaltender.

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Play of the Day – 3/16/11

Top Play: Dwyane Wade dunk on Kendrick Perkins

I may have soiled myself if that happened to me. R.I.P. Kendrick.

Runner-up: Alexander Ovechkin laser beam

Ovie used to score goals like these on a nightly basis. Maybe he’s back in form?

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Play of the Day – 3/13/11

Here are yesterday’s top plays:

Top Play: Illinois High School Skills Competition Shootout Goal

Some kid from Waubonsie Valley with a sick dangle in the skills comp. I remember trying stuff like this after practice all the time.

Runner-up: Dexter Strickland dunk on Kyle Singler (charging)

When I saw this all I could think about was the similarities between Illinois’ Jereme Richmond’s dunk on Sam Thompson. What were the refs thinking here?

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