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San Antonio Spurs guard Nando De Colo is known for his tremendous passing ability but who knew he also had some other skills. And by "skills" I mean him making buckets by tossing the ball off the wall, tossing alley-oops while in a moving car, and more.
Check out the video Project Spurs' Paul Garcia sent me of Nando fooling around in the gym with a few of his friends as they try to top each other in making various trick shots.
My favorite is De Colo ally-oop from the car. Pretty slick but how did he fit his 6'5" frame in such a tiny car is beyond me. Now, if only the NBA will allow Nando to make his free throws from a car.
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