Found November 28, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
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Rodney Stuckey has played pretty well since returning from his thumb injury, and he shows that he still has some hops when he drives the lanes and absolutely annihilates Carlos Boozer with this nasty dunk. Boozer and the Bulls got the last laugh with the win.
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