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NBA Top Shot This: Nikola Jokic proves he has eyes in the back of his head with fancy no-look dime

NBA Top Shot is a blockchain-based platform that allows fans to buy, sell and trade numbered versions of specific, officially licensed video highlights from NBA games. You can read more on NBA Top Shot here if you're interested.

These specific moments we select are not associated with NBA Top Shot and will not necessarily be made into a real Top Shot moment. This is simply to highlight some of the best plays in a given night that we believe could be deserving of a special Top Shot moment.

So without further ado, your NBA Top Shot Moment of the night...

#NBATopShotThis: Nikola Jokic's unreal behind-the-head assist

Jokic has breaking records left, right and centre this season, especially when it comes to passing.

Now in his sixth season, the Serbian centre has already built a strong case for being the best passing big man the game has ever seen, and he has a way of reminding everybody of that fact time-and-again.

Against the Houston Rockets on Friday, Jokic dished out one of his best assists of the season. Receiving the ball in the post, he backed his defender down and threw the ball over his head to PJ Dozier as the double-team approached from the baseline.

Jokic finished the game with 29 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists in the comfortable 128-99 win over the Rockets.

Jokic has multiple different moments on the Top Shot marketplace, ranging in price from $14 to as much as $59,999 (USD).

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