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Who is the best ball handler?

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by Tonaaayyyy, Sep 24, 2002.

  1. rockbox

    rockbox Around before clutchcity.com

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    Francis and Iverson can break the most ankles but thats because of their quickness not their handles.

    Jwill got the illest handles. He just throws it away too much.
     
  2. Tonaaayyyy

    Tonaaayyyy Member

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    what ever happened to Tim Hardaway? where is he
     
  3. TCDREAM

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    he invinted the ankle breaking crossover
     
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    no tim made the self knee breaking crossover that ruined his carrer. in other words t bug is gone.
     
  5. Tonaaayyyy

    Tonaaayyyy Member

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    HAHA LOL

    I remember seeing Steve Francis showing Tim a killer crossover and left him speechless
     
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    Jason Williams of the Grizzlies has to be atleast top two or three. He can't shoot and can't play defense, but he can sure pass and dribble.
     
  7. Der Rabbi

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    That is why Jason Wms isn't an ankle breaker like AI & Kobe. You can lay off him b/c he can't make you pay consistently from the outside. He does probably have iller handles though.
     
  8. Roc Paint

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    Steve Francis.
     
  9. Tonaaayyyy

    Tonaaayyyy Member

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    There are so many talents with mad handles that the NBA hasnt even seen yet and they are just sitting on the bench waiting to shine..:rolleyes:
     
  10. joe hoang

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    Allen Iverson for one on one Jooks. Stockton for solid Handling. Kidd for the Break.
     
  11. tozai

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    Francis, Iverson, Jason Wiliams for Overall handles

    Crosover: Francis & Iverson

    Overall moves:Francis

    Dumb crap:rafer Alston
     
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    I watched Qyntel Woods in the summer hoops game this summer. He has the quickest spin move I've ever seen.
     
  13. kidrock8

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    Pound for pound, KG or Kobe.

    T-Mac has good handles, but it's still slightly behind Kobe's.
     

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