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GreenLight Madness: Celtics Top 64 Plays (#24 Seed vs #41 Seed)

When you think back on the 2010-2011 Celtics season, it's pretty remarkable to think of the number of impressive dunks that Paul Pierce had.  Not since his early years has Pierce seemingly dunked and posterized so many players, adding to his growing hit list.  In addition to that, there were several "whoa, wait, WTF?!?!?" moments from players that you didn't think were capable of such feats,  Take Glen Davis' block at the #24 seed for example.

Seed #24: Big Baby Blocks McGee – Recently we reviewed Kevin Garnett's posterization of JaVale McGee.  This time, it's Big Baby getting the best of him, but with a monster rejection.  Along with Big Baby's absurd reverse slam at Indiana, this was absolutely one of those pleasantly surprising WTF moments.  John Wall makes a nice spin-and-dish move in the lane to McGee who is looking to make a loud statement.  Davis is louder and executes one of the best blocks of the season.  Complete OWNAGE.


Seed #41: Pierce Posterizes Kris Humphries – A stunning theme spread out throughout the season were Pierce's nasty dunks.  This one against New Jersey's Kris Humphries certainly ranks right up there.  Pierce is driving up the right side of the court and first goes around the back with the dribble to get past the folding chair defense of Sasha Vujacic, then blasts a one-handed slam over Humphries.


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  • Even Baby couldn’t believe he made that block.
    I’m stunned that play is losing to the Pierce dunk.