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.
Austin Youth Basketball (http://www NULL.austinyouthbasketball NULL.com/who-is-the-best-player-in-the-nba-and-their-basketball-training/) admires the work by one of Ganon Baker’s certified trainer’s named Rashid Cann. He does an amazing job breaking down a complex move. I recently was chatting with the Rtz brothers (of Crockett H.S. fame) and we all marveled at this Kobe (http://www NULL.austinyouthbasketball NULL.com/the-breakdown-kobe-bryant-the-shooter/) move. Can’t wait to teach it to rising star Alfred III in a few months. Check out some of the other videos on our youtube.com channel (http://www NULL.youtube NULL.com/user/atxyouthbasketball). Learn this move at our Austin Youth Basketball summer camps or in our private basketball training and lessons.
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