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Pelicans center Anthony Davis finishes the lobbed ball with a one-handed slam versus the 76ers.
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Orlando Magic guard Elfrid Payton threw up a nice pass to forward Aaron Gordon, who finished with a monster slam.
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UNC forward J.P. Tokoto threw up a nice alley-oop pass to forward Brice Johnson, who finished with a jam.