Nikola Jokic’s potent passing skills are no secret, but the Nuggets center’s ability to dish dimes went to a whole other level Sunday night.
Midway through the second quarter in Minnesota, Jokic made an pass from the right elbow across court to the left corner where Facundo Campazzo nailed a 3-pointer.
Jokic never bothered looking, seemingly channeling the force to find the guard. It wasn’t just a no-look pass, it was a never-look pass.
Jokic finished with 19 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists — his fourth triple-double of the season — to lead Denver to a 124-109 win over the Timberwolves. He leads the NBA with 12.8 assists per game this season and his 45 career triple-doubles are ninth all-time in league history, just one behind Rockets guard James Harden.
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