Speaking on his Pull Up podcast with ESPN's Jordan Schultz, the two discussed which players had the most unstoppable moves in their careers. McCollum was methodical with his answers, but he left some of the NBA's most notable players off his list. So it goes with a top five.
The Blazer listed, in no particular order, Allen Iverson's crossover, Michael Jordan's fadeaway, Manu Ginobili's Eurostep, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's sky-hook and Hakeem Olajuwon's Dream Shake.
Dirk Nowitzki's turnaround jumper was left off the list. So, too, was Kobe Bryant's spin move and George Gervin's finger roll.
But McCollum had some solid reasoning for his picks, and considering he tries to play like A.I. did, it's easy to understand why he went with those moves.
"As a guard, he changed the game with that crossover," McCollum said of Iverson.
So what about some of the game's era-defining players like LeBron James, Larry Bird, Bill Russell and Magic Johnson?
"I think some players, although they revolutionized and changed the game, they didn't just do it one way," McCollum said. "Like Bird did a little bit of everything."