For Michael Jordan it was the tongue-wagging fade away jump shot, for Allen Iverson it was the ankle-breaking killer crossover and for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar it was the net-scorching sky hook; the recurring theme among all great players is great moves.
Every Monday during the football season we’ll scour the globe to check in with the country’s most elite players and have them spill the tea and break down on one of the many sure-fire juke moves they implement throughout the course of a game.
This week we caught up with Wesleyan Christian Academy (High Point, N.C.) point guard Brandon Childress, a Wake Forest signee.
THE MOVE: The Step Back, In-and-Out Cross
THE EXECUTION: “I’ll get into the lane and the way I sell my crossover is to always get a little bit of separation on my in-and-out then once I get the defender coming toward me I’ll cross it right back over.”
THE SELL: “Not too many can stop this one.”
Here’s how Brandon Childress gets it done.
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