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The crossover dribble is an explosive move — when done correctly — designed to create space between the ball handler and his defender. Sometimes, however, they work so well it can cause legs to break off at the ankles with such severity, folks watching are left stunned by the damage a well-executed crossover dribble can cause. Just ask Jerel McNeal of Marquette, who tried to guard UConn’s A.J. Price in particular set. The affects of Price’s crossover on McNeal’s ankles were quite devastating, as was Price’s overall game (36 points).

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