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#NBArank Best Playoff Vines: Michael Jordan hits 'The Shot'

Michael Jordan and Craig Ehlo jumped at the same time but only Jordan stayed in the air, creating our No. 1 Vine in playoff history.

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Ray Allen's miracle three (2:37)
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Steph Curry leads in street clothes (4:21)
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Stephen A., Skip like the Spurs to win in seven (2:04)
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Waste of time for Durant to return to Thunder next season? (1:47)
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Nichols to Durant: 'Show me' (2:21)
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"Explain Yourself" with Caron Butler (2:28)
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10 things you categorically missed when Jeff Teague found Paul Millsap for the easy lay-in (1:02)
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Crowder is too much for Scott (0:19)
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When Jordan defied logic, torched the Blazers and shrugged (2:49)
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All-Access playoff sounds of the game (2:01)
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LeBron celebrates NFL draft day with football after practice? (0:28)
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9 things you unequivocally missed while Damian Lillard put the Clippers to sleep (0:59)
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Curry having a blast on the bench (0:33)
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Lillard and McCollum's ridiculous four-bucket sequence (0:55)
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Great ball movement leads to Livingston dunk (0:25)
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Does Hack-a-Shaq actually work? (1:05)
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NBA playoff moment No. 14: Iverson steps over Lue (0:35)

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

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