Judging by Tuesday night's game against the Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers rookie guard D'Angelo Russell has mastered the art of deception.
Russell managed to set up his teammates with a pair of no-look passes in the first half that would make Bucks head coach Jason Kidd—who has the second-most assists in NBA history—proud.
Just seconds into the second quarter, Russell split the defense with a quick pass to an open Robert Sacre, who finished with a dunk. Then, minutes later, the first-year guard got even trickier when he set up Julius Randle for a dunk.
Opposing teams better make sure they note Russell's no-look skills in their scouting reports.