Crossover (basketball)

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In basketball, crossover is a type of dribbling in which you play the ball from one hand to the other, with the ball clearly touching the ground. The opponent is "dribbled out" in order to pass him. The rally to the other hand can take place between the legs, in front of or behind the body.

A crossover master was Tim Hardaway , a former Golden State Warriors and Miami Heat player . The method was perfected mainly by Allen Iverson in the late 1990s .

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Take Five with Tim Hardaway .