Deron Williams Crossover in the NBA Playoffs 2015 is a school example of the basketball crossover. Earlier in his career, Williams was known for having a deadly crossover. It is good to see that he still got it. This attractive move is basically simple, (switch the basketball from side to side while dribble), but it takes time to learn how to do it right.
Deron Williams proved that he still has a nasty crossover, and not only that, he scored double digits in the first half already.
Deron Williams Nasty Crossover Video:
Deron Williams has a great beard and a great crossover. With the opportunity to tie the series up at two games, Deron Williams started Game 4 on a mission. Scoring in double-digits in the first half, Williams showed off that he still has an amazing crossover by shaking DeMarre Carroll before driving to the basket for the easy two points. Read more..
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Deron Williams Crossover Tutorial
Here is a great training video that explains exactly how to do Derron Williams crossover. You can also get the free ball handling workout book.
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Deron Williams Crossover Mix
Check out this Deron williams crossover mix video from the 2012/2013 NBA season.
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Deron Williams Crossover Chris Paul
Deron Williams shows off his nasty handles to lose Chris Paul for a three and a layup. Visit nba.com/video for more highlights.
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Deron Williams Bio
Deron Michael Williams born June 26, 1984 is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the University of Illinois before being drafted third overall in the 2005 NBA draft by the Utah Jazz. The three-time NBA All-Star has also played for Beşiktaş of the Turkish Basketball League, and was a gold medal winner on the United States national team at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics.
Deron Williams 2014–15 season
After leading the Nets to a 4-2 record to start the 2014–15 season, Williams was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played Monday, November 3 through Sunday, November 9. The award marked his first Player of the Week honor as a Net, having previously won the award three times during his tenure with the Jazz, and his first since the week of November 8–14, 2010. Despite a good start to the season injury-wise for Williams, he went down on December 19 in the 91-95 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, limping off the court in the second quarter with a strained right calf and did not return. He subsequently missed the following two games, only to return on December 26 against Boston coming off the bench for the first time this season, losing his starting spot in favor of Jarrett Jack. He was later ruled out indefinitely on January 8 with a fractured rib that he suffered on January 4 against Miami. After an 11-game absence due to the injury, Williams returned to action on February 2 against the Los Angeles Clippers, recording 15 points and 3 assists off the bench in the 102-100 win.
On February 20 against the Los Angeles Lakers, Williams re-gained his starting spot from Jack after 13 straight games coming off the bench. He subsequently recorded 12 points and a season-high 15 assists in the 114-105 win. On April 3, 2015, he scored a season-high 31 points in a 114-109 win over the Toronto Raptors.
In Game 4 of the Nets’ first-round playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks on April 27, Williams scored a playoff career-high 35 points in a 120-115 overtime win to tie the series at 2-2. Wikipedia
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