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The degree of difficulty here is why we're wondering if this might be the assist of the year.
If Nate Robinson isn't dunking or taking ill-advised jumpers, he's probably doing something like this.
You might have caught this segment on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where the host convinces celebrities to tape spots where they're reading mean tweets about themselves then reacting.
The Lakers had a terrible season this year, but that hasn't stopped Nick Young from making the most of his time in Los Angeles.
Denver's 5-9 guard and scoring machine Nate Robinson has some the illest tattoo work in the Association.
In the game of basketball there is nothing like witnessing an ankle-breaker.
For years, we've watched Jamal Crawford with our jaws dropped following his usual brilliance with a basketball.
In the modern NBA dunk contest we rarely get to see who we truly want.
You know you have handles when the NBA releases a "best of 2013" video and you're on the top 10 three times.
It's no surprise that NBA players are some of the biggest sneakerheads in the world.
While the sports world is paying more and more attention to statistics and analysis of those stats, the concept of streaky shooting is being brought to the forefront for basketball fans to breakdown.
In basketball, one thing is guaranteed: someone will win and someone will lose.
Traveling by train to Washington DC following their 103-92 win in Philadelphia on Saturday night, the Denver Nuggets did their best to help scoring guard, Nate Robinson.
This guy's a lot like all of us.