Found July 29, 2013 on Pass The Pill:
Tyreke Evans and Jamal Crawford put on a show during a Drew League game that featured the two of them putting on a dribbling clinic. The best part of NBA players taking part in these pickup games is us seeing their unique skills that they can’t showcase in NBA games. Well, Allen Iverson got away with the “carry crossover” a few times and Jason “White Chocolate” Williams brought some street ball game to the NBA but for the most part the NBA and street ball are not very synonymous with each other. During their Drew League game, Evans and Crawford like many NBA stars that play in these games, put up monster numbers. Evans finished with 42 points and Crawford put up 46 points. Check out the highlights of these two dribbling wizards: The post Tyreke Evans and Jamal Crawford put on a dribbling clinic in Drew League game appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
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