Where will this moment rank among the all-time best?
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LeBron James led his Cavaliers to a near upset of the top-seeded Pistons. MVP Steve Nash guided his squad back from a 3-1 deficit to Kobe Bryant and the Lakers. The Mavericks defeated the defending champion Spurs in Game 7 in San Antonio. There have been a total of 14 games decided by one or two points and four series have gone the distance. And that's just been this year's playoffs.

But who can forget moments like, "Havlicek Stole the Ball!", Michael Jordan scoring 38 despite suffering from the flu, or 'Nique and Bird's fourth-quarter duel in Game 7 of the 1988 Conference Semis? That's to name only a few of the top 60 Greatest Playoff Moments, as selected by a 25-member panel of experts (full list below).

While moments 11-60 have been ranked by the experts, NBA.com is asking for your help in determining the top 10 Greatest Playoffs Moments. Check out the 10 moments the experts think stand out above the rest, then vote for your favorite of all-time. Voting ends June 5 and NBA TV will unveil the final results during a half-hour special, The 60 Greatest Playoff Moments: The Top 10, on Tuesday, June 6 at 6 p.m. ET. ESPN will re-air the special on Thursday, June 8 at 7:30 p.m. ET.

PANEL OF EXPERTS

• Marv Albert, TNT
• Steve Aschburner, AOL.com, Minneapolis Star-Tribune
• Rick Barry, Hall of Famer
• Clyde Drexler, Hall of Famer
• David DuPree, USA Today
• Clyde Frazier, Hall of Famer
• George Gervin, Hall of Famer
• Gail Goodrich, NBA TV, Hall of Famer
• Frank Isola, NY Daily News
• Phil Jasner, Philadelphia Daily News
• Bob Lanier, Hall of Famer
• Jack McCallum, Sports Illustrated
• Brent Musburger, ABC/ESPN
• Scottie Pippen, ABC/ESPN, One of the 50 Greatest Players
• Harvey Pollack, 76ers Director of Statistical Information
• Jack Ramsay, Hall of Famer, ABC/ESPN
• Bill Russell, Hall of Famer
• Chris Sheridan, ESPN.com
• Bill Simmons, ESPN.com
• Kenny Smith, TNT
• Sam Smith, Chicago Tribune
• Dick Stockton, TNT
• Rick Kamla, NBA TV
• Peter Vecsey, NY Post
• Bill Walton, Hall of Famer, ABC/ESPN