Best Basketball Ankle Breakers 2015 NBA

Enjoy in video compilation of the Best Basketball Ankle Breakers in the NBA so far, April 2015, and guess what? You can see our usual suspects in this story. James Harden, Stephen Curry, Kyrie Irving and many more bringing you the ultimate fun performing their best basketball ankle breakers and crossovers. All in one place. One basketball crossover video.

Notice: Original Video for this post was removed by the original Youtube user, so I put another one, similar to the previous one. Sorry about that!

Best Basketball Ankle BreakersĀ in the Playoffs?

As the regular NBA season is finished I can’t wait to see who will perform better in the NBA playoffs and who will be on the countdown list for the Top 10 NBA crossovers in the Playoffs. Beautiful times are coming for all fans of basketball crossovers and ankle breakers. Bellow is the list of the best basketball ankle breakers in the NBA. Some of them we will see in the playoffs and some of them will not. In the meanwhile check out top 10 NBA crossovers in 2015 so far. Click to Watch

Best Basketball Ankle Breakers

Here is a list of the 10 best ball handlers in the NBA

10) Mike Conley, Memphis Grizzlies

9) Ty Lawson, Denver Nuggets

8) Kemba Walker, Charlotte Hornets

7) Tony Parker, San Antonio Spurs

6) Rajon Rondo, Dallas Mavericks

5) Jamal Crawford, Los Angeles Clippers

4) Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers

Paul is an outstanding blend of caretaker and style, as CP3 can make a fool of an opposing point guard with the best of them. But he also understands that sometimes, less is more. The Clippers are a machine on offense for a reason, and rather than showcasing his own dribbling powers, Paul is more interested in limiting turnovers and making the right basketball play whenever possible.

3) James Harden, Houston Rockets

To put it kindly, Harden is not nearly as shy as Paul in showcasing his dribbling abilities. He’ll take entire possessions dribbling out the shot clock multiple times per game, usually a recipe for a terrible shot attempt. But you know what usually happens with Harden? He’ll hit a ridiculous step back jumper, pull up for a 3 or, most commonly, get into the paint and draw a foul. Harden is the champion of the through-the-legs dribble, and the Rockets have given him complete control of their offense.

2) Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

Curry inspired this entire column after clowning not just another point guard this week, but Chris Paul. The behind the back crossover inspired several memes, and when deciding between Curry and the next player on this list, there’s not much you can do besides flip a coin. They’re both immensely talented with the ball in their hands.

1) Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers

Curry vs. Irving is truly a toss up, but Irving gets a slight edge based on participation points. Is Curry just as talented of a ball handler as Irving? Probably, but Irving makes opponents look stupid multiple times per night, every night. Also, Irving is a wizard in the paint, and might be the best point guard in the league at finishing in the lane. He’ll show big men the ball and switch his angle at the last second and flip a shot off the glass with gorgeous english, which sets him apart from others on this list. For those reasons, Irving is the best ball handler in the NBA. Read more..


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