Kevin Durant's massive dunk that sparked the Oklahoma City Thunder to a win over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals is the NBA's Play of the Year.
The league released the top ten plays on its website, NBA.com, on Wednesday.
Durant's dunkface came against Dallas 7-footer Brendan Haywood with the Thunder trailing by nine in the opening quarter.
The play sparked a 21-7 run that helped the Thunder erase an early 11-point lead on their way to a 106-100 victory at American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Also in the top ten was Durant's teammate, Russell Westbrook for a slashing layup against the Denver Nuggets.
Earlier in the day, the NBA also awarded Oklahoma City's triple-overtime victory over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 4 of the semifinals as the NBA's Top Game of the Year.
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