Watch Top Basketball Plays 2015-16, Episode 6, 1/18/16

B.J. Koubaroulis counts down the Top Plays from Week 6

Watch to find out which plays cracked the Top 10 and to see who earned the top spot. (Video by Nick Plum for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC / The Washington Post)

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January 18, 2016, 12:00 p.m. — High school basketball is well underway in the Washington, D.C. region. Week 5 saw a slew of fantastic plays, including great passes, big dunks and game-winners.

Here are the Top 10 plays from the week:

No. 10: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Naji Marshall pulls out the shifty moves for the and-one.

No. 9: Paul VI’s VJ King throws down the two-handed dunk in transition.

No. 8: Madison’s Taiga Walker uses the pump fake in the lane to get the and-one.

No. 7: Broad Run’s Anthony Cooper inbounds the ball off a defender’s back to get the easy layup.

No. 6: St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes Chauncey Pittman and Myles Lewis come up with the loose ball to preserve the win over Episcopal.

No. 5: IDEA’s Darryl Bones passes to the trailing Kierell Green for the dunk.

No. 4: Herndon’s Mike Griffin hits the game-winning three with 10 seconds left against Chantilly.

No. 3: Long Reach’s Ryan Menusan banks in the game-winner with 2 seconds left against Howard.

No. 2: Wakefield’s Halil Parks hits the game-winning three at the buzzer against Marshall.

No. 1: Churchill’s Jared Robinson gets the putback in as he’s falling down for the game-winner against Bethesda-Chevy Chase.

It was a special week for basketball in the area, check back in next week to see more great plays.

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