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2013 ESPY Awards: Odds to win 'Best Play' honors

The ESPY Awards honor the very best in sports on July 17, with ESPN handing out hardware since 1993.

One of our favorite categories is the award for Best Play, and online sportsbook has released odds on that category. Here’s a look at those outstanding plays and their prices to take home the ESPY:

Jadeveon Clowney's hit (+126)

This hit was so hard, you actually thought Clowney knocked Vincent Smith’s head off for a split second.

Ray Allen's 3-pointer (+146)

Right place, right guy, right time. Jesus Shuttlesworth keeps the Heat alive in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

DeAndre Jordan's alley-oop (+152)

Jordan’s face says it all. And to think, that was a foul whistled on Brandon Knight.

Ray Rice's fourth and 29 (+700)

Anquan Boldin was a wrecking ball in this play, blocking two guys, but Rice gets all the glory.

Michael Phelps' 153-foot putt (+1,200)

Phelps putt was just short of the official length of an Olympic size swimming pool.

Khalil Edney's buzzer beater (+1,200)

This kid is actually a star quarterback who just happened to play basketball on the side. Makes sense.

Angelo Campos’ double save (+2,000)

That guy rolling around on the ground like he hurt his foot? That must be where he keeps his pride.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's goal (+2,000)

We’d say this is a “video game” goal but we haven’t been able to pull off anything close to this in FIFA.

Which play do you think deserves the ESPY Award?

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