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The NBA’s Top 10 Plays of the Day: March 18th

Last nights highlights could have been doubled with the amount of NBA action around the league. The Timberwolves’ Jerryd Bayless starts of the countdown with a rim-rocking windmill dunk, followed by a get-that-out-here block from fellow teammate Ed Bavis in the same game. The Bobcats’ Gerald Henderson came in next with an even better block. The Nuggets JaVale McGee sends one home on a gravity-defying dunk over Bulls’ Joakim Noah. But King James gets the number 2 and 1 spots for dunking on (and taking out) the Celtics’ Jason Terry and then hitting the tie-breaking game winner that put Miami on 23 consecutive victories. 

Click here to see the top 10 plays of the day: March 17th

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