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Community Poll: Top Assists of the 2019-20 shortened season

Help us find the best assist of the season.

Los Angeles Clippers v Boston Celtics Photo by Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images

As we face a hiatus in NBA games, we wanted to look back on the best moments from an abbreviated 2019-20 season. The jaw dropping, the mind-blowing, the awe inspiring. In this four-part article series we want to find the best. First up on the cards, assists, those dimes and extra passes, from the outlandish to the sublime. What pass do you view as the best of the season? Read on, and don’t forget to place your vote.

The Contenders

Marcus Smart, vs. Chicago Bulls, 13th Jan, 2020

Marcus Smart with the strip on Zach LaVine and the amazing full court one-handed bounce pass perfectly weighted to Gordon Hayward.

Marcus Smart, vs. LA Lakers, 20th Jan, 2020

Marcus Smart threads the needle on this wondrous behind-the-back pass to Enes Kanter between both LeBron James and Dwight Howard. Left-handed I might add.

Marcus Smart, vs. Memphis Grizzlies, 22nd Jan, 2020

Marcus Smart times a perfect lay off, an over-the-head pass to a cutting Javonte Green against Memphis.

Semi Ojeleye, @ Miami Heat, 28th Jan, 2020

Marcus Smart with the cross court pass to Semi, who catches and dumps off to Theis for the dunk all in one motion.

Grant Williams, vs. Golden State Warriors, 30th Jan, 2020

The quick thinking of Rookie Grant Williams as he sends a two-handed heave down court for a streaking Jayson Tatum for the flush against Golden State.

Kemba Walker, vs. LA Clippers, 13th Feb, 2020

The amazing vision of Kemba Walker on this wrap-around pass to Marcus Smart on the three point line against the LA Clippers.

Jaylen Brown, vs. Houston, 29th Feb, 2020

Jaylen Brown steals it then with a full stride behind-the-back pass hits Grant Williams on the break.

Honourable Mentions

Kemba Walker, @ San Antonio Spurs, 9th Nov, 2019

Newly signed PG Kemba Walker gets out on the break and lays off a perfect no-look pass to Gordon Hayward in San Antonio, forming chemistry early in the season.

Marcus Smart, vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 11th Nov, 2019

Marcus Smart’s quick thinking and creativity is on display with this behind-the-back in the lane to Robert Williams for the quick two points.

Your Say:


Which assist is the pick of the bunch?

This poll is closed

  • 13%
    Marcus Smart vs. Chicago Bulls
    (13 votes)
  • 35%
    Marcus Smart vs. Lakers
    (34 votes)
  • 19%
    Marcus Smart vs. Grizzlies
    (19 votes)
  • 5%
    Semi Ojeleye @ Heat
    (5 votes)
  • 1%
    Grant Williams vs. Warriors
    (1 vote)
  • 16%
    Kemba Walker vs. Clippers
    (16 votes)
  • 4%
    Jaylen Brown vs. Rockets
    (4 votes)
  • 5%
    Other / Honourable Mention
    (5 votes)
97 votes total Vote Now

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