Check out the NBA's top plays from Sunday, including a candidate for dunk of the year from Miles Bridges.
- Let's take a Sunday stroll through your top plays of the night. We begin in Dallas, and we begin with Luka Doncic nutmegging Jakob Poeltl to set up Dwight Powell. Poeltl will be back later in the list.
At number 9, Jaxson Hayes hit his fourth career 3-pointer on Sunday night. It just happened to be from 55 feet to beat the quarter buzzer.
And that takes us to number 8. Shift into airplane mode, if you will, for Derrick Jones Jr, who, once again, takes flight this time against his old team. Remember, Jones was a frequent flyer in Miami for years.
To number 7, DeMar DeRozan, mid-range maestro setting up his own game winner as he finds his spot for the biggest shot of the night in big D.
To number 6, frequent contributor Zach LaVine. Oh, he goes baseline and winds up against his old club, the Timberwolves.
Speaking of which, to number 5. In the spirit of equal opportunity, it's Karl-Anthony Towns, who loses Nikola Vucevic and then finds his way to the rim for the big finish.
Number 4. Dorian Finney-Smith and once again it's Poeltl on the wrong end of the highlight. Jakob Poeltl's a good shot blocker, but sometimes that's what happens.
Same game, number 3. Lonnie Walker gets the deflection and gets some momentum. Nicolo Melli wrong place, wrong time. Lonnie leaps. Melli weeps.
At number 2, a PG highly rated R for rookie indoctrination. Paul George annihilates Isaiah Stewart. Stewart's entire family tree left shaken by the experience.
And at number 1, Miles Bridges, ladies and gentlemen, big game hunting. Bridges just bagged himself a Clint Capela worth miles and miles of replays. And that's how we wrap up this edition of the top plays from Sunday night.