How To: Kyrie Irving Best Moves & Crossovers!

Kyrie Irving is one of the most electrifying players in the NBA and in my opinion, has the best handles in the league.

In today's video I breakdown some of his best basketball moves and crossovers that broke plenty of ankles.

The thing that makes Kyrie Irving so difficult to guard is that along with a nasty handle, he also is a great shooter and is one of the best around the rim finishers in the league.

By watching the video above and adding each of these moves to your game you will become much more difficult to guard.

When it comes to the game of basketball the more moves that you can do the harder it will be to stop you.

Once you have a go to move then you must develop a counter. Once you have a counter move then you need a counter to that counter.

In the video “How To: Kyrie Irving Best Basketball & Crossovers” you will notice that a lot of these moves intertwine with each other.

Master everything from the set-ups to the moves to actually executing the moves because each and every step is important.

Here is a list of the moves that you will be learning inside of the video:

Inside Out Crossover – Step Back
Drop Crossover into the spin move
Fast Break Drop Crossover Spin Move
How To Change Speeds & Directions
Pull Up Jump Shots & Head Fakes
Hesitation Pull Up Off Of The Strong Hand
“It’s all about hesitation and footwork”

That’s the key to having moves that defenders can’t guard!

How To: James Harden Best Moves & Crossovers!

Today we are going to break down James Harden's best basketball moves and crossovers. James is arguably one the best one on one player in the NBA today and I always get asked to break down some of his deadly moves.

As you will learn in this video, he uses his arsenal of different crossovers and stepback moves to create space for his deadly jump shot.

He also is a great ball-handler and great at getting to the basket with his craftiness.

Take these moves and add them to your game so that you become an elite scorer on the basketball court.