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Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by hoopervilaa, Feb 20, 2009.
Ehh ... dude is beyond stupid for not taking it to the hoop each time he touches the ball.
my favorite knick during this cap debacle era
I know it's considered a jump-stop, but everytime I see those videos, it looks like a clear travel to me. When he stops his dribble, he already has bothhis feet planted. Any move of the feet after that should be a travel.
Why can't he do this anymore
Take the ball to the +!@%*$@ basket!!!!!
you know you got a sick cross over when the away arena gives you props
Yea he got craaaazy handles. Used to show it waay back in his rookie year with the Bulls in practice. Seems like yesterday but years ago...he was ridin thepine but practice JayCee got busy
1st 2 that boy went around the world the 3rd one ray triped so meh
aww but thats a great move on the streets
those gave me the face. DAMN i love basketball!
You guys must have not seen Jamals body, son is maybe 185
He did Ray Ray wrong.
He stepped on Ray's foot.
Shoulda just ran this joint
I still miss Crawford
Yup. He's got the skill to get to the basket nearly every possession, yet he chooses to become a jump shooter instead. I'm always tellingpeople this when they're always oohing and ahhing when he puts up a decent game.
Um, no. Look at the replay again. His foot isn't even on top of Ray's when he pulls that cross. He's pulling back, then Ray jumpsforward, so Jamal wouldn't even be able to step on Ray's foot with his own on the ground.
i still think ray allen tripped on that one play
Look again. Where Allen plants his left foot, Crawford steps on top of it. Doesn't matter really though, because Crawford had him committedto that defensive slide anyway.
Im not seeing what you're seeing, u say u cant have 2 feet on the ground when u dribble? All it really is, is a jump stop to the side, more ofa shift w/ a floater after he gets into the lane..
i saw that cross one time in person when he was at Mich....it was soo clean...
We are enjoying him out here in the Bay