Today's Top 10 Video Highlights
ESPN.com ranks the Top 10 video highlights for February 12th, 2009
Originally Published: February 12, 2009By Michael Cupo | ESPN.com
The Best for February 12, 2009
- 1. SC Highlight Of The Night - Lawson keys No. 3 UNC's rally over No. 5 Duke.
- 2. Top 10 Slam Dunk Contest Moments -A look at the top ten NBA slam dunk contest moments.
- 3. Plaxico Burress Being Shopped - John Clayton on Drew Rosenhaus shopping Plaxico Burress to other teams.
- 4. SportsCenter Top Plays -SportsCenter's top highlights.
- 5. Who Is The Next Brett Favre? - Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. compare NFL Draft prospects to Brett Favre.
- 6. Wiley On Favre Retirement, Jets Options - Marcellus Wiley talks about Brett Favre's decision to retire and how the Jets should use the cap space.
- 7. NBA All-Star Saturday Preview -Tim Legler previews Saturday's All-Star Game events.
- 8. Should Selig Punish A-Rod? - Erik Kuselias, Rob Parker debate if Bud Selig should suspend Alex Rodriguez.
- 9. Mike And Mike: Frank Caliendo - John Madden impersonator Frank Caliendo reacts to Brett Favre's retirement.
- 10. Daily Dime TV - Ten Drops of NBA Knowledge.
Best of the Rest
- 11. ESPNEWS Highlight Of The Night - UConn dumps slumping Syracuse to win 12th straight.
- 12. Tejada Emotional After Pleading Guilty - Miguel Tejada pleads guilty to lying to Congressional investigators about steroids.
- 13. Kobe Drops 37 But Jazz Slow Down LakersWilliams' double-double powers Jazz past Lakers.
- 14. USA Knocks Off Rival Mexico, 2-0 - Two Michael Bradley goals leads the US to the 2-0 win over Mexico in World Cup Qualifying.
- 15. Williams' 44 Points Lifts Cavs Past Suns - Williams powers Cavaliers to 40th win.
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