Move of the week: Switch hands finishes


This week’s move was the switching hands lay up finishes. We’ve seen it exaggerated by Michael Jordan in the 1991 NBA Finals, but more recently Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving has adapted it in his own saucy way. The move is risky since you’re exposing the ball. It takes hand-eye coordination and the right timing to pull this off.

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