- Coming out of a historic day of Flash Challenges on Christmas, the 3 Challenge Rewards have been announced for the Easy, Medium and Hard Challenges -- still active right here
- The Easy Challenge Reward? Obi Toppin's between the legs dunk. Medium? Nic Claxton's monster alley-oop to seal it for the Nets. Hard? Giannis Antetokounmpo's game-saving block as part of his massive #NBAXmas performance, leading the Bucks to a huge comeback win
- All 3 Challenges are live until Jan. 3, and all qualify for our $100 Holiday Offer for new fans
This Christmas, the Top Shot family made some Flash Challenge history.
For the first time ever, fans could complete…
- 3 Flash Challenges from a single day of games
- Each with a different level of difficulty, from easy to hard
- Each with an exclusive Moment from a 2021 Christmas Day game
Today, we're excited to share the 3 rewards from an EPIC day of games -- with all 3 Flash Challenges still active, and every one of them eligible for our $100 Holiday Offer for new fans.
Christmas at the Garden is tradition for a reason. With a euphoric home crowd buzzing in the final minutes of a pending victory over a Playoff rival, New York Knicks forward Obi Toppin spares no expense punctuating the W with a holiday memory for the history books. The 6-foot-9 sophomore pushes the pace with running mate R.J. Barrett, corrals the transition feed then soars through the air to punch home an East Bay Funk Dunk for the ages on December 25, 2021.
When coach calls your number, it's time to step up. Knotted with 45 seconds on the board in a highly anticipated battle of contenders, Brooklyn Nets center Nicolas Claxton lays out a Christmas miracle with the whole world watching. After feigning a screen at the perimeter, the 22-year-old big heads straight to the rack, leaps to the rafters to avoid an emphatic LeBron James shot contest, then throws down the go-ahead bucket on December 25, 2021.
Never underestimate what a mythical human being can accomplish on Christmas. Charged with the task of playing himself back into game shape after a two-week absence, Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo single-handedly thwarts a mission critical Jayson Tatum drive in the final seconds of a one-possession game, forces a dump off, then pivots to track down and stuff a Robert Williams III dunk attempt to secure a comeback victory. Antetokounmpo poured in 29 second-half points in his team's statement victory on December 25, 2021.