Using a slick right-to-left crossover, Tony Parker left a bamboozled Iman Shumpert behind for an easy finish.
Tags: Iman Shumpert, New York Knicks, San Antonio Spurs, Tony Parker
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Shump shoulda shaded him inside where he had some help. I’d say most coaches would rather he bite on a fake trying to cut off the baseline.
Great seal by Tim Duncan… Bargnani was completely oblivious to the play and ended up clogging the lane… he was still defending the post entry pass, while Parker was driving.
TP is taking three full steps after taking his dribble… that’s him making use of the Derrick Rose Rule. Deadly for quick guards.
is the stutter step the most underrated and under used move in basketball?
Situation: Top PG on the wing, best PF ever in the post. Top PG dribbles, shakes. PF screens. PG scores. 3 help side Knick defenders….where? Ouch.
If Ian had the afro, he would’ve had more weight at the top which would’ve prevented him from being so flimsy.
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