Superhandles has been accused of being more show than go. Certainly he knows how to wow a crowd. After viewing tons of Tim Hardaway crossover footage, I felt nobody broke down the move better than Superhandles. The key is to get lower than your opponent. Most crossover moves I see performed by today’s young players are not low enough. Our summer camps and private training will teach thise move made famous by Tim Hardaway.
Alot of mustard on this hotdog move. That being said- watch how Ganon makes this move into a North South dribble move to attack his defender. That is the key. Austin Youth Basketball recommends perfecting this move in your own private development work before breaking it out in front of your coach. Moves like this are not appropriate within certain offenses.
Austin Youth Basketball caught this video of Ganon Baker demonstrating the Allen Iverson crossover dribble. Be careful not to carry on this move. Try to keep the ball below the shoulder. This can be a challenge when follwing the great direction of Ganon regarding getting low. Perfect this dribble at our guard summer camp (http://austinyouthbasketball NULL.com/camps/guardperimeter-camp/) or in a private training (http://austinyouthbasketball NULL.com/category/private-training/).
Watch Ganon Baker (http://www NULL.ganonbakerbasketball NULL.com) break down the Derrick Rose Crossover Dribble. Take special note of how this is used to attack the defender in a North South fashion rather than moving side to side. Austin Youth Basketball loves how Ganon Baker breaks down complex moves. Work on this move during the summer before breaking it out during a game.