2010 NBA Playoffs: The Five Best Moves Left in the Second Season

May 8th, 2010 by Alex McVeigh Leave a reply »
One of the best things about the NBA is the mindblowing display of moves that these professional athletes show us on a daily basis. In baseball, you're just throwing or swinging, and aside from the occasional diving catch, you're not really going to see any signature moves. In football people have their moves to get around the other players, but I wouldn't say anyone really has a signature maneuver. But in the NBA, not only do players have signature moves, but we see them multiple times per night. After the smoke from the first round clears, we won't be seeing several of our favorite moves until late October. Carmelo Anthony's super-elevated jumper, Dirk Nowitzki's one-legged fadeaway, Kevin Durant's three from five feet behind the arc and Derrick Rose's crossover pull-up jumper are just a few gems that we won't be seeing. But there are still plenty of moves left, so let's take a look at the best moves remaining in the playoffs. We won't be seeing those players until late October, but besides the players themselvesBegin Slideshow


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