Found January 03, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
To fulfill our Jeremy Lin quota here at That NBA Lottery Pick for the week, check out the below no-look pass that Jeremy accomplished during last night's Rockets/Hornets game.Watch as Lin in the second quarter of play finds Greg Smith on the no-look assist which leads to a Smith poster dunk over Jason Smith:
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