Filipino Player's Crossover Injures Opponent's Ankles in Taiwan Tournament

Thomas Duffy@@TJDhoopsFeatured ColumnistJuly 21, 2017

"Broken ankles" has become a common term in basketball vernacular.

For Kevin Ferrer, it's literal.

During the Williams Jones Cup in Taiwan, Japan, this week, the Filipino player burned Iraq's Hussein Talib with a crossover move in the closing seconds of an 84-75 win. Talib went down in pain and had to be carried off the floor.

This is not to celebrate an injury—we hope Talib is OK—but literally hurting an opponent's ankles is definitely one for Ferrer's resume.

[h/t Ball is Life]

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