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2011 Eastern Conference Playoffs Preview

That song was made for the NBA playoffs (just ignore all the Christmas references). Happiness, excitement, tears, bruises, buzzer beaters, players buckling under the pressure, the scrutiny that the athletes go through is unparalleled. This years playoffs are expected to be one of the best ever, with about 8 stacked teams at the top, and a couple others hanging around hoping they can sneak through by catching one of those top teams off guard. With 2 days left in the regular season, the East bracket is set, and here are my picks.

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Play of the Day – 3/15/11

Top Play: Danny Granger buzzer beater to beat New York Knicks

There can never be too many buzzer beaters, right?

Runner-up: Evander Kane sick pass to Tim Stapleton

This pass is ridiculously hard to make. Kane basically has his head down and makes a perfect, back-handed cross-ice pass for the one-timer. Just dirty.

(Note: Please just proceed to ESPN’s youtube since they won’t let me embed. It’s the very first highlight.)

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