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The Best Of The Best Plays From The NBA's 2014-2015 Regular Season

A healthy dose of pretty passing, monster swats, killer crossovers, and trick shots.
by John Paulo Aguilera | Apr 21, 2015
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The NBA Playoffs is well underway, which also means the regular season (along with the teams that didn't make the post-season) is now a not-so-distant memory.

Teams who had gone fishin' will have to bear the pain of watching the games from the comfort of their homesexcept maybe for Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook (aka the most #bitter of this year's eliminated superstars)while the remaining 16 teams continue to slug it out harder than ever for that coveted championship trophy.

Good thing the NBA recently compiled the regular season's Best of the Best Plays, from assists to circus shots, so players out of the playoffs can fancy themselves to some highlight reel whenever they feel down (that's provided they're actually on it). Watch all of them below!


We start off with the season's most dazzling dimes, featuring three of Stephen Curry's sweetest dishes, the real-life Kuroko, and some Spanish magic:

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They say defense wins championships, and nothing resonates that term more than a vicious block. Some Kingly chasedowns, Terrence Jones' triple tapal, Nerlens Noel' big-game hunting, and Blake Griffin's 360 dunk block highlight the regular season's top sapals:

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One could argue that the art of dribbling has essentially no merit when it comes to stats, but no one can deny the effect of a sick ballhandler to a team's play and to the crowd. A couple of three-point trippin', Lance Stephenson's dance sesh, and Ricky Rubio and Chris Paul playing Twister in the association's top ankle-breakers:

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From sick switches and ridiculous reverses, to Trevor Booker proving that anything's possible, let's count down the league's you-have-to-see-to-believe plays:

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