Top 5 one-handed alley-oops in NBA history | The Jump

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Top 5 one-handed alley-oops in NBA history | The Jump” – below is their description.

    Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Paul Pierce play “Make or Miss,” reacting to a pair of Ja Morant moves, Brook Lopez getting nutmegged by a James Harden pass, and John Collins’ outstanding one-handed alley-oop. They then (2:26) count down the top five one-handed oops ever, including Allen Iverson to Andre Iguodala, Derrick Jones Jr., Kobe Bryant, Grant Hill and Vince Carter.

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    Rachel Michele Nichols is a sports journalist who is currently a television host for ESPN, a sports reporter, and an anchor. She hosts an NBA discussion show called The Jump; weekdays on ESPN, it covers news and stories from around the league and features a panel of NBA analysts and players.

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