NBA’s Top 50 Blocks of the 2016 Season Was Missing A Few Great Ones

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| August 21st, 2016 | 940 Views

Even if the NBA didn’t use it as a thumbnail, I’m assuming you know what the #1 play is.

What’s surprising is the NBA showing LeBron getting blocked at #39 although this Bogut block isn’t as good as rookie Myles Turner rejecting a LeBron dunk attempt.

And a good majority of them weren’t as good as this 2-hand block by Godzingis on Oladipo.

Or this Bismack Biyombo GM5 block on Dwyane Wade.

Speaking of Miami, the mix was also light on Hasaan Whiteside so here’s a bunch of blocks by Hasaan to make up for it.




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