Found March 18, 2012 on Pass The Pill:

Sacramento Kings rookie swingman, Tyler Honeycutt, receives a nice dish from rookie teammate, and former BYU standout, Jimmer Fredette, with which he promptly posterizes Michael Beasley during the 4th quarter of Sunday night’s 115-99 win over the Timberwolves in Minnesota.

Honeycutt only averages one point per game this season, and finished tonight’s contest with just the one bucket in four minutes. I guess if you’re only going to get one to drop, it may as well look like this.

Well done, rookie!

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