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NBA Power Rankings: The Top 15 Individual Performances of 2010-11
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In just under a month, the 2010-11 NBA season has seen a number of outstanding individual performances.  Therefore, it's now time to begin to formulate some power rankings.

The following 15 players have had nights where they experienced lights-out shooting, immaculate court vision, an unrivaled tenacity on the boards and pure-and-simple—all-around game.

For this article, they have been organized in order of how impressive their respective performances were, with higher recognition given to those in close or important games, or those with historical significance. 

Furthermore, players who put on outstanding performances in losing efforts have been excluded from this list, since their performances weren't enough to carry their teams to the ultimate goal of a basketball game—a win

So, sorry to LeBron James and his triple-double in a loss to the Utah Jazz, as well as to Kevin Love, Carmelo Anthony and their 20-point, 20-rebound losses.

But moving on, the No. 15 individual performance of 2010-11 is...

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