I just got done watching the Kings smoke the Lakers in Game 3, and as I was being mesmerized by Mike Bibby's behind the back dribble, I wondered, who in the playoffs possesses the best move to get into the lane with? My bet would be Bibby and his behind the back shenanigans. I'll never forget his splitting of a double team against the Jazz in this years playoffs with a SICK behind the back.
So who do you guys think has the best one on one move?
And by the way, Kobe Bryant is the biggest bitch on earth, the Lakers are basketball Satan, and Shaq should join some team where he won't struggle for power with a yoga crazy retard and a whiny bitch Michael Jordan wannabe.
Here's my list of guys who get to the basket most effectively off the dribble, although I won't attribute a particular move:
Tracy McGrady Allen Iverson Paul Pierce Baron Davis Nick Van Exel Kobe Bryant Stephon Marbury Jason Kidd Mike Bibby
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"From this point on, I will prove that I am the best this bitchness has to offer, and if anybody wanna tempt ... test me, step to me like a man." -- Booker T
"Booker T, I know you don't want me; because it's obvious I beat your ass so bad you forgot where the barbershop was!" -- Scott Steiner
Well this is off topic, but kind of in the same subject, and that is probably my favorite play in the NBA playoffs. It wasn't the move that got him in the lane that made it nice but what he did when he got there. Of course I'm talking about when Kevin Johnson slammed on Hakeem one year. Man I love to see smaller guys dunk on bigger guys. I think Robert Pack did it once that year when they were the first #8 seed to win. And I think John Starks did once too, that might have been Hakeem again.
I'd love to see say someone like Doug Christie throw one down on Shaq, Arco would go nuts. But hell, i doubt even Webber will ever throw one down on Shaq.
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