The CrossOver

The first matchup of the Ball St. Journal’s Handlez Tournament goes to Allen Iverson, defeating God Shammgod by a significant margain.  Shammgod, a NY legend, was fighting an uphill battle, taking on possibly the games best crossover dribbler in history.  In the 2nd matchup of round one, we see Rafer Alston, aka “Skip To My Lou,” taking on, “White Chocolate,” Jason Williams.  Williams came out of virtually nowhere, and took the league by storm with his playground abilities.  But, the playground can’t be mentioned, without directly following up, with a mention of Skip To My Lou.  This should be a good battle…let’s go!

Tale Of The Tape

Rafer Alston "Skip To My Lou" 6 ft. 2 inches 175lbs Queens, NY Fresno State University 10 Year NBA Vet and NYC Playground Legend Claim To Fame : Making the And One Mixtape The Mecca Of Streetball Documentaries

Rafer Alston "Skip To My Lou" 6 ft. 2 inches 175lbs Queens, NY Fresno State University 10 Year NBA Vet and NYC Playground Legend Claim To Fame : Making the And One Mixtape The Mecca Of Streetball Documentaries

 

Jason Williams "White Chocolate" 6 ft. 1 inch 190lbs Belle, West Virginia University of Florida 10 Year NBA Vet Claim To Fame : Making the Sacremento Kings an entertaining team, and leaving Gary Payton frozen in awe.

Jason Williams "White Chocolate" 6 ft. 1 inch 190lbs Belle, West Virginia University of Florida 10 Year NBA Vet Claim To Fame : Making the Sacremento Kings an entertaining team, and leaving Gary Payton frozen in awe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bracket

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