NBA's Best Crossovers

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistOctober 26, 2012

Acrobatic slam dunks are a great way to get into a highlight reel, but it's the ankle-breaking crossovers that embarrass defenders in front of an entire arena and television viewers that really stand out.

Fans and managers always appreciate great ball-handling skills and moves on the court. This skill set is what opened doors to the NBA for point guard Rafer Alston, a streetball legend formerly known as "Skip 2 My Lou" who went on to enjoy an 11-year NBA career.

We caught up with NBA on TNT analysts Mike Fratello and Greg Anthony to break down the best crossovers in the NBA.

Check out the video and let us know which players you think have the best moves on the court!

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