If you’ve never heard those immortal words before, I truly pity you. The And1 Mixtape Tour was one of the most entertaining things ESPN aired during the 2000’s. It was like a new age Harlem Globetrotters except way more cool and WAY more nasty. Hot Sauce and Escalade (RIP) were always the main attractions but everyone’s #1 baller was always The Professor.
He was a 5’10” gangly white kid that showed up at an open tryout in Oregon and KILLED it. Even though over a decade has passed, he’s still out here crossing fools and educating cats on the regular.
And now he’s taking his talents to help the young guns of the NBA…
Showing a few of the Lakers my Baseline Behind the Back aka The Moses Move. Made a pact with myself that if elite players(D1, Pro or NBA) want insight or handle workouts from here on out, I’ll provide it. I have a blast seeding the next generation with any advice/training I can offer. @gothandlesnation #GotHandles #BallUp #Lakers #LakerNation @dloading @jclark5on
Talking hoops and handles with the Young G Lakers rookie PG @dloading …cool cat here. Look forward to supporting him next year as he said he grew up a supporter of mine #GotHandles A photo posted by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀🏀📲The Professor🏀📝 (@globalhooper) on
Any new dribbling moves should really come in handy since D’Angelo is gonna be passing that damn ball every possession anyway. Kobe probably won’t even let him do flashy passes either actually. Can’t sacrific all that shine in LA! Russell is so screwed.
The Professor is lucky he found a player with so much free time/possessions on his hands. If he was trying to help out KG I don’t think it’d work out…