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NBA Videos Of The Week: Nicknames, Clutch Shots, and Dunks

The NBA has had some exciting things happen this week, but some of the funniest things happened off the court. LeBron James was kissing fans sitting courtside and Gregg Popovich hugged Jeff Van Gundy during a sideline report. Blake Griffin has a questionable posterizing dunk and Kobe explains his nickname.

And, since it’s almost the end of the week, let’s also flashback to Derek Fisher’s top clutch moments.

Check out this weeks top five YouTube videos of the week.

1. Kobe and other NBA stars discuss how they received their nicknames.

2.  Blake Griffin adds Kris Humphries to his poster list, but was it a dunk?

3. Gregg Popovich shows Jeff Van Gundy some love.

4. Two words. Kiss Cam.

5. It’s not from this week, but it’s still awesome. Derek Fisher was so clutch.

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