BF Season-Ending Awards: Vote for Game of the Year

First in a series of polls for season-ending awards.

Okay, folks, it's time to vote for this year's Wizards' Game of the Year.  The nominees are below.  Voting will close on Sunday morning (going to give a bit more time since it's the weekend).  

UPDATE: Voting has closed.  Write-up coming later.

And the nominees are...

October 27, 2009 vs. Mavericks

Highlights:

BF recap

Game in one sentence: Gilbert Arenas showed he was back and Andray Blatche stepped up off the bench as the Wizards resembled an Eastern Conference juggernaut with a shocking win over the elite Mavericks.

November 18, 2009 vs. Cleveland

Highlights


BF recap

Game in one sentence: DeShawn Stevenson frustrated LeBron James on defense and Antawn Jamison carried the Wizards on offense in his first game back from injury.

December 2, 2009 vs. Milwaukee

Highlights


BF recap

Game in one sentence: Earl Boykins saved the Wizards down the stretch in a tight Wizards win.

February 5, 2010 at Orlando

Highlights

BF recap

Game in one sentence: Caron Butler hit a buzzer-beater on the baseline, leading the Wizards to an improbable comeback win over the powerful Magic.

April 9, 2010 at Boston

Highlights

BF recap

Game in one sentence: The young Wizards took it to the old Celtics, making us feel optimistic for next year.

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