Jamal Crawford Pulls Off A Fake Behind-The-Back Crossover in Seattle Pro-Am Championship Game
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For the third year in a row, Jamal Crawford led his Brandblack team to a Seattle Pro-Am Championship. And as expected, Jamal put on a show by hitting crazy shots, dropping defenders and pulling off moves we have never seen in a basketball game: like this fake behind-the-back move on a frustrated defender.
Jamal finished the game with 35 points and for once didn’t have the game-winning 3 in a Seattle Pro-Am game. This time it was former NBA player Terrence Williams with game-winner to give Brandblack the 3-point victory over Team Ball Is Life.