In the wake of Mo'Ne Davis's performance in the Little League World Series, it should come as no surprise to learn that Davis is also sensational at basketball. Watch the video below from 2010 to see Davis show off her wicked crossover with the Anderson Monarchs.
Steve Bandura, a basketball coach with the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation, first met Davis six years ago at when she was spiraling footballs and going tackle-for-tackle with the boys.
"She's Steve Nash," Bandura told ABC News. "She sees the floor and analyzes better than all the high school kids. She's amazing. She manipulates the defense to open passing lanes. She plays chess when everybody else is playing checkers."
Two years ago, Davis was recruited to play point guard on a team of 14-year-old boys, boasting "off the chart" analytical skills, according to Bandura, and sporting a 90-percent free-throw percentage.
Oh, and Davis also plays soccer.
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