Knicks' Shumpert hits incredible showtime alley-oop off the glass

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The New York Knicks outplayed the Brooklyn Nets last night at the Barclays center, outscoring their rivals 109-98.

And one of the highlights of the night occurred with 10 minutes to go in the fourth quarter.

Already 85-72 up the Knicks stole the ball at half court before breaking quickly towards the Nets' basket.

And that's when the magic happened.

Toure Murry picked up the ball from a long pass and, rather than taking the dunk on himself, set up teammate Iman Shumpert for a crowd-pleasing jam.

Murry spotted Shumpert making headway and played the ball off the glass - perfectly in time for the 23-year-old to latch onto and slam down hard.

Even Nets fans had to applaud that move surely!

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