Found December 30, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:
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Charlotte Bobcats guard Ben Gordon and forward Hakim Warrick connected for a beautiful no-look, alley oop slam on Saturday night. The play occurred during the second quarter of their bout against the visiting New Orleans Hornets.Gordon displayed amazing awareness, court vision, and touch on the play, which resulted in 2 of Warrick's 12 points on the evening.Charlotte's commentators immediately dubbed Gordon's dime as the "assist of the year."Unfortunately, it wasn't enough as the Bobcats would go on to lose by a score of 98-95.Charlotte has now lost 18 games in a row dating back to Nov. 24.
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