Move Monday: No. 1 overall girls hooper Lauren Cox's right-drive can't be stopped

Move Monday: No. 1 overall girls hooper Lauren Cox's right-drive can't be stopped

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Move Monday: No. 1 overall girls hooper Lauren Cox's right-drive can't be stopped

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Lauren Cox's go-to move can't be stopped. (Photo: USA Basketball)

Lauren Cox’s go-to move can’t be stopped. (Photo: USA Basketball)

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 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 Flower Mound (Flower Mound, Texas) forward Lauren Cox, a Baylor signee who is ranked No. 1 overall in the ESPN HoopGurlz 100.

THE MOVE: The High Post Right-Handed Drive

THE EXECUTION: “I’ll catch the ball at the high-post and, since I’m right-handed, I like to go to my right and get to the basket. I can go to either side though. I’ll either score or get fouled and if I get fouled it’s still good because I’m gonna knock down my free throws.”

THE SELL: “No, they’re pretty much not stopping that.”

Watch how Lauren Cox get it done.

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