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Lakers point guard Jordan Farmar drops Jazz point guard Trey Burke with a sick crossover move.
Shumpert's Sick Off-Backboard Alley-Oop
Knicks guard Iman Shumpert catches the alley-oop off the backboard and throws it down with authority against the Nets.
Pierce Tumbles After Shumpert Crossover
Knicks guard Iman Shumpert puts a nasty crossover move on Nets forward Paul Pierce, then steps back and hits the jumper.