Philadelphia 76ers rookie hybrid guard Ben Simmons can do almost any conceivable thing on the basketball court. That’s why the Sixers selected No. 1 overall in last year’s NBA Draft. So far in his first season in the pros, Simmons has been nothing but money for the up-and-coming and young Philly team.

Whether it ends in a win or a loss, Sixers games are often entertaining to watch because of their youngsters, mainly Joel Embiid and Simmons, whom you could bet on to make plays that will just leave people’s mouth agape.

Tuesday’s game against the Sacramento Kings was no different. Although the Sixers lost, 101-95, their fans were still treated to the Ben Simmons Show, as the rookie came one assist short of another triple-double. Simmons finished the game with 13 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists, which includes this doozy underhand dime to Robert Covington after shaking off fellow rookie De’Aaron Fox with a crossover dribble.

Simmons is averaging 17.4 points, 9.0 rebounds, and 7.9 assists per game this season, and you can expect for many more highlight to come from the 21-year-old Sixer.

Another one could be in store Thursday when the Sixers host the Toronto Raptors.