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Steve Blake Throws Alley Oop To Wes Johnson To End Half Reviewed by Momizat on . At the end of the first half in the Lakers game against the Detroit Pistons, the Lakers had the ball with just over a second left in the half and down one. Stev At the end of the first half in the Lakers game against the Detroit Pistons, the Lakers had the ball with just over a second left in the half and down one. Stev Rating: 0
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Steve Blake Throws Alley Oop To Wes Johnson To End Half

Wes JohnsonAt the end of the first half in the Lakers game against the Detroit Pistons, the Lakers had the ball with just over a second left in the half and down one. Steve Blake took the ball out from the sideline with Wes Johnson on the far side. Josh Smith was guarding Johnson, or at least he was supposed to be, and Johnson slipped behind Smith with Blake’s pass in the air and threw down an electrifying dunk to end the half and give the Lakers the lead. Check out the dunk below.

Kind of reminds you of a certain play from last season, no?


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