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God Shammgod is responsible for creating one of the most vicious crossover moves in NBA history.
What is "The Shammgod?" When was it first used? How do today's NBA players still use the move?
Watch the video above to find out.
Footage courtesy of: NBA Entertainment, NCAA/Wazee Digital, Shammgod family, Bill Aberer, Bonsu Thompson and Matt Caputo.
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