Feb 8, 2014, 9:30 AM EDT
But it was nothing to Smith, who simply continued flying through the air before throwing down the one-handed jam as though nothing had happened — although he was clearly feeling the effects once the play was finished.
Kevin Garnett sat this one out to rest, and Brooklyn was manhandled inside as the Pistons got the win by a comfortable margin of 16 points.
[via The Brooklyn Game]
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