Young Hoopster Puts on Dribbling Display Against Fully Uniformed Cops

Brian ChenSocial Media Staff April 6, 2015

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It's probably not a good idea to play basketball in work boots. That, however, didn't deter a pair of fully uniformed police officers.

Two cops attempted to play defense on a young hoopster at an outdoor public court.

Unfortunately for them, their attempt was unsuccessful. (Warning: NSFW language.)

The young man busted out multiple crossovers to get to the basket with ease. One move even sent an officer to the floor.

Complex provided more information on the identity of the baller: "He's 21-year-old Samir Hill from West Philadelphia, a former point guard at Overbrook High and current player for Allegany College of Maryland, where Steve Francis played JUCO ball."

Work boots or not, a change in footwear probably wouldn't have saved these two cops from getting embarrassed on the court.

Still, give them credit for stepping up and taking the challenge.

[Instagram, h/t Next Impulse Sports]

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