LeBron James, Lazy Wolves Share NBA WTF Play Of The Year Award

After some 4,300 votes, LeBron James, Chris Bosh and the lazy Minnesota Timberwolves have won SBNation.com's 2010-11 NBA WTF Play Of The Year Award, originally nominated by Mark Deeks of ShamSports.com.

This bizarre play earned 24 percent of the vote, making a late push to beat Rudy Fernandez's Benny Hill fast break, which lost by just 49 votes. There's some great symmerty here in LeBron's win, though. This award, after all, was inspired by the WTF Play Of the Decade from Zach Randolph, a clip that no longer exists in good quality on YouTube. (There's a grainy black and white parody that doesn't do its beauty justice.) In said play, Z-Bo almost loses the ball on a crossover, gets it back and jacks an airball three. Isiah Thomas' reaction is similar to Kurt Rambis' above.

Kudos to all of the contenders, and stay tuned for a special award for a play that missed the nomination period.

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