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10. Trey Burke freezes the Thunder defense

With 10:30 left in the 4th quarter of a game that the Jazz dominated for the most part against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Trey Burke had the ball in his hands looking to make something happen. Enes Kanter came up to set a high pick with Nick Collison guarding him. After setting the pick, Collison came out to guard Burke. Trey decided to take advantage of the mismatch and ended up making Collison look silly as he used the hesitation dribble to get Collison in the air. Trey ended up having an easy bank shot to put the Jazz up 92-76 at that point and got some “oo’s” and “aah’s” from the crowd!

 

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