Tony Wroten's Lethal Crossover Leaves Defender in the Dust

Tony Wroten of the Philadelphia 76ers broke off this nasty crossover in a Seattle Pro-Am game over the weekend. Wroten uses what is known as a "Shammgod" crossover, a move made famous by basketball legend God Shammgod, who played for the Washington Wizards in 1997-98, and later in China. Wroten seems pretty excited after pulling off the sick move, and we can't blame him. We just hope someone gave that defender a hug.

Check out these drills to power up your crossover; and to avoid getting crossed, head here to learn how to play lockdown D.


Brandon Hall Brandon Hall - Brandon Hall is an Assistant Content Director for STACK. He graduated from Lafayette College, where he played football and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in English.
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