Richard Jefferson and Jason Collins connected on a fantastic alley oop in a 2004 game to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers. The play, designed to get Richard Jefferson free at the rim, works well because of the amount of attention paid to Jason Kidd as their star player. His ability to serve as a decoy away from the basket was instrumental in freeing up space at the basket and getting Jefferson's man away from him.
2 (Rodney Buford) cuts over to the corner. 1 (Kidd) then zippers up to the top. 3 (Jefferson) curls off around x1 and jumps for the lob.
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