Baron Davis Throws Insane Behind-the-Back Pass in Drew League Game

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJuly 7, 2015

via @drewleague

Baron Davis hasn't played in the NBA since 2012, but it looks like the 36-year-old still has some game.

Davis is currently playing in the Drew League. Scratch that. He is currently dominating the Drew League. 

The two-time NBA All-Star dropped 44 points in Monday night's game. Although a big scoring night like that is great, the most impressive moment was when he set a teammate up for an open dunk.

Davis used his crazy handles to split the defense, and then finish the jaw-dropping play with a sick behind-the-back pass. There's really nothing the defense could have done to stop moves that smooth.

[Drew League]

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