Monday, December 2nd, 2013 at 10:40 am  |  22 responses

Jamal Crawford Breaks Lance Stephenson’s Ankles With Double-Crossover (VIDEO)

Lance Stephenson got turned all the way around by Jamal Crawford’s ball-handling wizardry, and added to the damage by fouling Crawford on a three-point attempt. (Stephenson and the Indiana Pacers had the last laugh, though.)

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  • esosmooth

    “the crossover doesn’t count unless you make the shot…all that moves went for nothing” thats what my coach would say. still a good move though but he has to finish

  • Max

    He hit his 3 ft’s I think, so it counts for something.
    It just doesn’t look as good on the mixtape.

  • north

    watch it again, when the crossover is that good everyone is starring in awe and no one is trying to get open after the move. He had to shoot but can’t extend his hand on the release. He got fouled which any coach would appreciate and he also made Lance play off him for the rest of the game because of that move.

  • pposse

    Looks like a carry to me – haha and what a dream matchup Lance vs Jamal

  • spit hot fiyah

    i like stephenson but has been too cocky lately. hopefully this humbles him a little

  • Saku 39

    Jamal getting some payback after Lance took it to him at Rucker years ago.

    This was the game. Seattle vs NY. NY just had Lance and Skip. Seattle had Jamal, Nate, Spencer Hawes, and a prime Brandon Roy.


  • Yknot

    I hate that saying. That’s the excuse every “Shook-ee” uses after getting crossed up.

  • robb

    Jordan almost broke his ankle

  • itsveebih .

    Its the truth though, the purpose of “shaking” a defender is to create room to make a shot, whether its a jumper or whether the move gives u space in order to attack the cup. If you created space but dont finish, the move was pointless. Thats unless your a Harlem Globetrotter.

  • Cortez Mack

    It worked, but that move was not even fluid. Stephenson should be more embarrassed about his lack of basic defensive fundamentals.

    Why is he crossing his feet to get back in front of JC when he is already heavily shading Crawford’s right hand?

  • Butternuts

    I don’t think that analogy works in any ompetitive sport, especially high scoring basketball games.

    That’s like saying if you don’t make the shot, the shot attempt was pointless. Whether they fall or not, of course you want your team taking a lot of high % FGA. Crossing to get that open shot gets you a high %FGA.

  • TriggaMan

    Million dollar move, five dollar finish

  • Max

    He got fouled lol

  • Daniel Noel


  • Daniel Noel

    WHO’S 16-1?

  • TriggaMan

    Jamal is known for hitting Quattro’s though, you know how ill that would of been if he put him on skates and hitting a 3 getting fouled. It would of been up there. I think he was to worried about saying daym I’m good I stead of focusing to hit that shot

  • Yknot

    Well I play more outside than organized ball, and when you “shake” someone the crowd cares just as much about the finish as the shot.

  • Solito

    An NBA player that has to look down on the ball when doing two change-of-direction moves in a row…How does that make for a high-light?

  • Mars


  • Mars

    thats right “you’re” coach … country typing son!

  • TBRK

    kid was 15 years old man….goodness grief.

  • TBRK

    this video pretty much embodies everything that NY streetball is all about….literally thats a playoff starting 5 them cats are going up against. A