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NBA Top Shot This: Giannis Antetokounmpo's monster block vs. Clippers

NBA Top Shot is a blockchain-based platform that allows fans to buy, sell and trade numbered versions of specific, officially-licensed video highlights from NBA games. You can read more on NBA Top Shot here if you're interested.

These specific moments we select are not associated with NBA Top Shot and will not necessarily be made into a real Top Shot moment. This is simply to highlight some of the best plays in a given night that we believe could be deserving of a special Top Shot moment.

So without further ado, your NBA Top Shot Moment of the night:


#NBATopShotThis: Giannis' monster block

Giannis Antetokounmpo had about five different plays from tonight's game to pick from, including his huge dunk in the final seconds, but this rejection on Ivica Zubac takes the cake.

The reigning Defensive Player of the Year finished with four blocks on the night, none better than this one. With the Clippers leading 90-85 with 8:11 to go in the fourth quarter, Zubac rolled to the rim and took off, ready to throw it down with two hands, but Antetokounmpo had other ideas, flying in from the corner to swat it away.

The timing, the confidence, the air time - Giannis pulled off the cleanest of blocks.

He finished the game with 36 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and four blocks as the Bucks made it five-straight wins.

The 26-year-old already has a ton of plays on the Top Shot marketplace, ranging from $220 USD to as much as $145,000 (USD).

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