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Looking for the shot of the Tuesday night in the NBA? We here at That NBA Lottery Pick have a great shot from Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari to present to you.In the waning moments of the Nuggets/Bucks game, Denver's Ty Lawson was able to take the ball from Bucks guard Brandon Jennings and started a fastbreak attempt.The ball ended up in the hands of Gallinari on a 3-on-1 advantage and he finished the play with incredible reverse lay-up over Milwaukee's Mike Dunleavy, Jr. to seal the victory:
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Maybe this Danilo Gallinari circus play is the shot of the century? It (century) is just 13 years old, right? Either way, its what the announcer called it and who am I to question the wording of a trained media professional….It was a really sweet shot though.
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This shot has potential to be the number one play of the year. I feel like you could attempt this 100 times in the gym and miss it 100 times. The strange part is you wouldn't be upset that you couldn't replicate this shot. Not even once. While we dream of making trick shots in games at our local gyms, Gallo is living the dream on the biggest stage.
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