When the best plays of the NBA Playoffs happen, NBA Top Shot works with the NBA and NBPA to capture the magic of those highlights as limited edition, officially licensed, and mint condition collectibles called Moments. 

During the 2020, 2021, and 2022 NBA Playoffs, Top Shot has documented every series, from the First Round to the NBA Finals, celebrating the Championship runs of the Los Angeles Lakers over the Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks over the Phoenix Suns, and Golden State Warriors over the Boston Celtics. 

In between, we’ve introduced special limited edition collections of historical NBA Playoffs Moments, going all the way back to the 1980s. 

Here’s a look at 10 of the most special NBA Playoffs collectibles on NBA Top Shot. 


Ja Morant delivers a dunk-of-the-century candidate against the Minnesota Timberwolves in a First Round victory. 

Jayson Tatum hits Boston’s first game-winning Playoffs buzzer-beater on home soil with a spinning layup off the glass, making franchise history and setting the table for an epic NBA Finals run. 

Steph Curry drills a clutch deep triple in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, scoring 34 points and earning his first Finals MVP. His Legendary Game 4 performance lives on Top Shot, too.


Giannis Antetokounmpo scores 50 points in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, earning his first Finals MVP and Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy. His iconic Game 4 block of Deandre Ayton lives on Top Shot, too.

Jrue Holiday clamps down on Devin Booker and makes one of the biggest steals in NBA history, finishing the play with an alley-oop to Giannis Antetokounmpo to secure the Game 5 Finals victory. 

Deandre Ayton leaps through traffic to dunk an inbound lob pass with 0.9 seconds left on the clock to give the Phoenix Suns a 104-103 “Valley-Oop” victory over the LA Clippers. 

Trae Young becomes New York’s biggest villain with a crowd-silencing game-winning layup in Madison Square Garden, accompanied by an unforgettable “shhhh.”


Luka Dončić nails a clutch stepback game-winning three-pointer in the Bubble against the LA Clippers. 

Kawhi Leonard goes deep into his bag of defensive tricks with an unbelievable one-finger block of Jamal Murray’s dunk attempt. 

LeBron James hammers home an emphatic dunk, and triple-double, in Game 6 of the NBA Finals to win his 4th career championship and first with the Los Angeles Lakers. 


Magic Johnson’s first and fourth NBA Finals victories live on Top Shot, starting with a 1980 Game 6 performance where the rookie started at center, pairing 42-points with 15-rebounds, to win his first NBA Championship. In the 1987 Finals, Magic’s iconic “junior junior skyhook” sealed the Lakers’ 107-106 victory over the rival Celtics, and set the table for his fourth ring — the ultimate counter to Larry Bird’s clutch corner three-pointer seconds prior.  

“Big Game” James Worthy makes a critical steal and saves the loose ball, deflecting the rock to Magic Johnson, who finishes the play with an iconic slam that shifted the momentum in Game 6 of the 1987 NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics. 

Kevin McHale demonstrates his toughness and skill, playing in Game 7 of the 1987 Eastern Conference Semifinals with a broken foot, and helping propel his Boston Celtics past the Milwaukee Bucks and toward the NBA Finals. 

Manu Ginobili splits the entire Miami Heat roster while driving to the rim for an emphatic dunk in Game 5 of the 2014 NBA Finals, helping the San Antonio Spurs seal the victory and championship. 

As NBA history unfolds during the 2023 NBA Playoffs, you can collect and own the best Moments with Redemptions — now available in Playoffs Packs on the App.