Not even the road closings in Atlanta (where the editing team for the NBA is housed) could stop the top 10. And here they are:

10.) We start things off in TD Gardens as the 76ers' rookie, Michael Carter-Williams gets swatted by Boston's center, Kris Humphries.

9.) Moving to the West Coast, Los Angeles to be exact, we get 2 DeAndre Jordan dunks of the alley oop variety.

8.) Taking it back to Boston, the Celtics' Jeff Green goes bassline for this dunk.

7.) Next we go across the border to T-Dot as the Raptors' Terrence Ross catches the lob and sends it home on the fast break.

6.) In the Mile High City, the Nuggets' Wilson Chandler executes the sweet crossover and finishes with the slam. No Bobcat could hold guard him.

5.) Staying in Denver, the Frenchman, Evan Fournier banks in the half-court trifecta to close at the half. That's his second long range 3 in week's time span.

4.) In Milwaukee, who says white men can't jump? The Sun's 7-footer, Miles Plumlee power slams one through multiple Bucks defenders.

3.) In Sacramento, the Kings' Isaiah Thomas (no relation to the Hall of Famer) throws the half-court lob to Derrick Williams who sends home the dunk.

2.) Keeping it in Sactown, Rudy Gay gets some major air and slams this one on his former Memphis teammates.

1.) But the top spot goes to Philly's Evan Turner for his game winner in traffic to get the win over the Celtics.