Other than an earth-shattering dunk, there is no more jaw-dropping play on an NBA court than the ankle-breaking crossover dribble.
One of the first basic moves taught in youth basketball, the crossover can be equal parts frustrating when done poorly and scintillating when done well.
Sometimes these breakdowns are to set up a wide-open jumper, while other times it's all about how foolish a player can make his defender look.
When debating the best ball-handlers in the league, we often focus on a player's overarching ability to avoid turnovers while still providing a strong repertoire of breakdown moves.
Here, however, we're just talking one thing—crossovers.
With that in mind, click through as we name the 10 best crossover moves in the NBA.