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On the Jump, Rachel Nichols, Amin Elhassan and David Fizdale play “Make or Miss” on if (0:20) the Los Angeles Lakers’ play vs. the Brooklyn Nets was reminiscent of the Showtime Lakers, (1:09) Bradley Beal being incredibly confident in his Washington Wizards teammate Davis Bertans’ shooting ability, (1:53) Neil deGrasse Tyson roasting the New York Knicks, (2:48) Josh Jackson showing glimpses of greatness for the Memphis Grizzlies and (3:31) if Russell Westbrook will ever slow down.

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