The NBA recently posted their year-end top plays of the 2018 calendar year, which includes some Nets highlights, many from Jarrett Allen.
In the top plays of 2018, Allen was the only Net showcased in the top-100, but he made it on three occasions.
‘Fro also had the No. 2 block (LeBron James) and No. 31 (Blake Griffin). A wild Joe Harris also appeared, with his block on Draymond Green landing at 14.
As for dunks, Allen’s stuff over Lauri Markkanen was also ranked, at No. 13.
Through the many Spencer Dinwiddie game-winners dating back to last season, only his floater against his old Detroit Pistons made the NBA’s top clutch plays and No. 20, as did Caris LeVert’s giant killer over the Denver Nuggets, which was No. 49.
And on top H.O.R.S.E. shots, Dinwiddie made another appearance, at No. 46 for his half-court heave in the same game LeVert later put the Nets over the Nuggets.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson also had a trick shot, scoop layup, that landed him in the top-20.
It’s the most representation the Nets have had in years, a symbol of change that has turned the team from an afterthought to team with a reputation of making impressive plays.