Fly through Friday's NBA action in The Fast Break.
Get ready for Friday's action-packed top ten plays of the night.
Kyrie Irving is obviously very talented, and but this spin move to get open for a jump shot taught a Boston Celtics player not to be overly aggressive when closing out.
Paul George is the type of player we have come to expect incredible plays from, but what he did against the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night was truly remarkable. In the first quarter with the shot clock running out, George tossed up an off-balance, fall away shot from downtown that miraculously hit nothing but net.
Al Horford clearly isn't letting all the trade rumors he's been involved of late get in the way of business out on the hardwood. On Friday night against the Indiana Pacers, Horford emphatically posterized Solomon Hill with a massive dunk, and NBA aficionados nationwide lost their collective mind on the Internet.
Dwyane Wade is nearing the end of a great NBA career, but his dunk against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night brought back memories of his high-flying prime.
The Cleveland Cavaliers brought Kyrie Irving along slowly after his recovery from a broken knee cap, but it is time to let him play more.
With the NBA trade deadline upon us and the playoff race wide open as ever, many teams are looking to buy talent and the rumors have begun to swirl about star players possibly being moved.
Anthony Davis is extremely good at basketball. One of the best in the NBA despite what his injury-depleted and otherwise talent-deficient team's record might suggest. And he had yet another fantastic performance on Thursday against the Los Angeles Lakers. According to the box score at least. The New Orleans Pelicans star scored 39 points and snagged 11 rebounds taking 25 field goal attempts and connecting on 16 of them. One of those misses however was both embarrassing and costly.
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