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Sacramento Kings' Jason hart is forced to pass the ball off by being guarded by Seattle SuperSonics defenders Mateen Cleaves (24) and Vladimir Radmanovic (77) in the second period at Key Arena in Seattle on November 20, 2005.(UPI Photo/Jim Bryant).
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Jason Hart (born April 29, 1978 in Los Angeles, California) is an American professional basketball player, currently playing with the Denver Nuggets of the NBA.

From 1997 to 2000, he attended Syracuse University, where he became the first freshman in the Big East Conference's history to lead the conference in minutes played. Later on, he earned other accolades as an NCAA player, such as becoming his college's all-time leader in steals and second place among assist leaders. As a senior, Hart made the Big East's All-First Team. He was also selected to the Syracuse All-Century Basketball team.

Hart joined the NBA with the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2000-01 season, but he only saw action in one game, scoring two points.

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