Today's Top 10 Video Highlights
ESPN.com ranks the Top 10 video highlights for May 1st, 2009
Originally Published: May 1, 2009By Michael Cupo | ESPN.com
The Best for May 1st, 2009
- 1. SC Encore: Bulls-Celtics - SportsCenter looks at the top plays in the Bulls-Celtics series.
- 2. Dramatic Return For Garnett In Game 7? - Jalen Rose previews Game 7 of Bulls-Celtics and speculates on rumors of Kevin Garnett's return.
- 3. Bulls Rush - The Celts-Chicago series reminds us of other great Bulls moments.
- 4. Noah's Dunk Was Key Play Of 3OT Thriller - Jalen Rose looks back at the signature play of Chicago's win over Boston in Game 6 classic.
- 5. Is Rondo A Dirty Player? - Skip Bayless, Jalen Rose debate if Rajon Rondo is a dirty player.
- 6. Sanchez Playing To The Fans In New York - Rachel Nichols reports from Jets camp on the arrival of rookie QB Mark Sanchez.
- 7. SportsCenter's Not Top Plays - Watch the best of the worst plays from SportsCenter.
- 8. SportsCenter's Top Plays - Watch the best plays from SportsCenter.
- 9. Rafael Previews Pacquiao-Hatton Showdown - ESPN.com senior boxing writer Dan Rafael previews Saturday's super fight.
- 10. Mike And Mike: Golic Chows Down - Mike and Mike sample the fine cuisine at Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby.
Best of the Rest
- 11. Without Howard, Magic Finish Off 76ers - Magic run over 76ers without Howard to advance to second round.
- 12. Henry Brothers Heading To Kansas - Mike Hill interviews C.J. and Xavier Henry about their choice to reunite at Kansas.
- 13. General Quarters: Truly A Stable Of One - Steve Cyphers profiles the relationship between trainer Tom McCarthy and General Quarters.
- 14. Daily Dime TV - Ten Drops of NBA Knowledge.
- 15. Can Dunkirk Live Up To The Derby Hype? - Dunkirk looks to become first horse since 1882 to win the Kentucky Derby after not racing as a two-year old.
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