Mar 9, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Celtics small forward Jeff Green (8) drives to the hoop against Detroit Pistons small forward Kyle Singler (25) during the second half at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Top 10 plays of the 2013-2014 NBA season (Video)

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The NBA playoffs are nearing it’s end as the conference finals are midway through the series. Although the NBA season is winding down, the best is yet to come with the NBA Finals just around the corner. Before we bid farewell to this season, let’s recap some of the best moments this year had to offer.

If you can’t check out the video right at this moment, here’s a list of what made the cut but they’re really all worth seeing as they’ve managed to stand out as the best of the best in basketball from this past year.

No. 10: Victor Oladipo’s sensational block on Damian Lillard
No. 9: Andre Iguodala breaks ankles with a double crossover
No. 8:  Tobias Harris beats the buzzer and the Oklahoma City Thunder with a fast break dunk
No. 7: Randy Foye nails the deep three point buzzer beater to defeat the Los Angeles Clippers
No. 6: John Wall’s impossible circus shot and one against the Chicago Bulls
No. 5: Russell Westbrook hits the improbable game winning three against the Golden State Warriors
No. 4: Paul George with a nasty 360 dunk on the Los Angeles Clippers
No. 3: Andre Iguodala with a beautiful behind the back pass to David Lee for the bucket
No. 2: Terrence Ross puts Kenneth Faried on a poster with a ferocious dunk
No. 1: Jeff Green hits the buzzer beater three over the defending champions Miami Heat with .6 left on the clock

Here’s the video:

What did you think of the countdown? What was your favorite play of the season? Was there a play that missed the cut that you think should have made it? Let us know all your thoughts in the comments below.

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Tags: Andre Iguodala Damian Lillard Jeff Green John Wall Los Angeles Clippers Miami Heat NBA Oklahoma City Thunder Paul George Russell Westbrook Terrence Ross Victor Oladipo

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