Top 5 Plays of the 2016 NBA Finals

Although only one game in this series was competitive, we were still treated to plenty of individual plays that made our jaws drop.

Here are the top 5 plays of the 2016 NBA Finals:

#5.) JR Smith’s no-look ally-oop to LeBron

This vicious slam put Quicken Loans Arena into a frenzy, and equipped the Cavalier faithful with the belief that they could do the impossible and win the series.

#4.) Livingston all over Jefferson

Richard Jefferson announced his retirement not long after he had been crowned an NBA champion, but it look for a second after this dunk that Livingston had ended his career prematurely.

#3.) LeBron swats Steph

With Game 7 on the horizon, LeBron capped his Game 6 masterpiece with this rejection of the unanimous MVP, demoralizing him in the process.

#2.) LeBron’s game-saving block on Iggy

With under 2 minutes to go in Game 7, and both teams struggling to score, it looked as though Golden State would score the decisive bucket when they broke out on this 2-on-1 fastbreak.  Not so fast.

#1.) Kyrie’s title-winning 3

After outplaying the unanimous MVP for the entire series, he was 1-on-1 with him with a chance to win the championship.  How fitting.

 

 

 

 

 

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