The Warriors Had The Best Fastbreak Of The Season…That Didn’t Count

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| December 29th, 2016 | 1,251 Views

The best fastbreak of the Warriors season happened on Wednesday and it didn’t count.

Early in the 4th quarter, after a block by Klay Thompson, a falling Kevin Durant passed to Andre Iguodala who threw a between-the-legs-behind-the-back-alley-oop pass to Shaun Livingston for a dunk. The play was called off because Cory Joseph was called for a foul on Kevin Durant.

The passing was contagious all night for the Warriors as Draymond Green, Kevin Durant and Steph Curry each had 7+ assists. Iguoudala just had two but his called off assist above still gets my vote for pass of the night.

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