Lonzo Ball rejected a Pistons' shot before instigating the fast break and setting up team-mate Kentavious Caldwell-Pope for a dunk in the Los Angeles Lakers' 113-100 win over the Detroit Pistons.
Lonzo handed out 11 assists in the game, including an inventive touch-pass that set up a Javale McGee dunk, but it was his efforts at both ends of the court that produced his highlight play of the night.
The Lakers' point guard rejected a Luke Kennard shot and, after a friendly deflection off team-mate Javale McGee, instigated the Lakers' fast break.
Ball raced upcourt and, as he crossed into the Pistons' half, unleashed a delightful bounce pass with spin that found Caldwell-Pope in stride for a thunderous one-handed slam.
Click the video at the top of the page to watch Lonzo's sweet assist, then hit the clip directly above to see more top plays from Wednesday night's NBA action, including twin rejections from Anthony Davis, Ball's touch-pass to McGee and a trademark James Harden step-back three.