Chris Paul‘s most known for his brilliant passing, but it was his ankle-breaking ability that was on display on Monday night.
The Clippers’ point guard had three Cleveland Cavaliers to get through — Kyrie Irving, Samardo Samuels and Anderson Varejao — before he could get to the basket. He used a spin move on Irving, a crossover on Samuels and a juke on Varejao before going up for the layup. The moves straight out of NBA2k were almost reminiscent of Reggie Bush‘s Madden-esque run against the Colts on Sunday (yes, the one that inspired Terry Bradshaw to make some ill-advised statements).
The Cavs wound up beating the Clippers 108-101 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Paul wound up with 17 points and nine assists on the night.
Watch Paul’s impressive drive to the basket in the video below.