What is basketball’s greatest Finals moment? What two players met in the game’s best duel? What is the greatest dunk of all time? The answers are up to you. From Feb. 15 through March 15, we asked you, the fans, to vote on the greatest plays, moments and players in NBA History. Your answers will be revealed during the "NBA's TOP 10 GREATEST" on The History Channel on April 21 at 8 p.m. ET along with debate and analysis from an expert panel of basketball legends, coaches and sportswriters have to say about it.

Question No. 2: What is the greatest move in NBA history?

Dr. J's Hang Time

Philadelphia's Julius Erving floats across the baseline during the 1980 Finals, showing the Lakers and the world his incredible hang time.

Bird's Dexterity

Boston's Larry Bird shows his amazing dexterity during the 1981 Finals against the Houston Rockets as he switches hands in the air to lay the ball back in the basket.

Jordan's Hand Switch

Chicago's Michael Jordan puts on a high-wire act in full bloom as he mesmerizes the Lakers with his hang-time and hand-switch shot in Game 2 of the 1991 Finals.

Jordan's Flight

Michael Jordan again defies gravity against the New Jersey Nets as he truly looks like he is flying.

Olajuwon's Dream Shake

Houston's Hakeem Olajuwon puts the "Dream Shake" on David Robinson of the San Antonio Spurs during the 1995 Western Conference Finals.

Jordan's Steal, Save and Shot

Michael Jordan pulls off the steal, save and finishes with a flip shot against the Pistons during the 1991 Eastern Conference Finals.

Thomas Dribbles Through

Detroit's Isiah Thomas dribbles through the entire Portland Trail Blazers team with an array of spin dribbles to get free for the short jumper.

Barkley Finds Way to Two-Handed Jam

Philadelphia's Charles Barkley dribbles the length of the court and through the entire Washington Bullets team down the lane for the two-handed jam.

Carter's Gravity-Defying Dunk

Toronto's Vince Carter pulls off a dravity-defying double-clutch baseline dunk against Chris Mullin of the Indiana Pacers.

Maravich's Ball Fake

Utah's Pete Maravich dazzles with the "now you see it, now you don't" ball fake for the layup.