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Jeremy Evans Had The Best 10-Second Sequence Of The NBA Pre-Season (Video)
During the second quarter of yesterday’s preseason game between the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Clippers, Jeremy Evans provided spectators with what will undoubtedly go down as the greatest 10-second sequence of the 2012 NBA preseason. In fact, this brilliant energetic burst from the high-flying Jazz forward may in fact go down as the greatest individual performance that we witness within a 10-second span throughout the entire 2012-13 NBA season—preseason, regular season and post-season included.
After all, how often do we see a player make a big block, pick the ball up and take it all the way down to the other end for the jam, then make it back into the defensive zone in time to swat away a pass? Maybe once a year?
Well, it appears as though that once-a-year feat has already taken place.
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