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During the Providence College Friars' March Madness run in 1997, God Shammgod unleashed his famous move on a national audience. It has since been copied and modified by several star point guards from the NCAA to the NBA.
"I really believe, not to be cocky or anything," said Shammgod in an exclusive sit-down with B/R Studios, "that I was ahead of my time, because when I watch the way the point guards play now, it is very similar to how I played."
Watch the video above to learn more about the start of The Shammgod.