There are two moves in the NBA that will go viral on YouTube: the dunk and the crossover. Allen Iverson made the second popular by perfecting the move. He wasn't the first to ever use it. Ranging back to the likes of Bob Cousey and "Pistol" Pete Maravich, the crossover has long been a part of the NBA, but AI made it into an art form.
Now there are several players in the NBA that have made his signature a part of their game. Some are young and some are savvy veterans, but they are all players you don't want your girlfriend to see you guarding because sure enough, at some point in the game some ankles are going to be broken, and you're going to watch their backs as they go the basket while you're picking yourself up off the floor.
Here are the top 10 ankle-breakers in the NBA. We'll call these a fluid ranking though. Make a case if you want someone to be moved up, and if five votes are cast to move someone up, down or off I'll adjust it.