Jordan Farmar Destroyed Trey Burke's Ankles with Behind-the-Back and Crossover Combo

Ryan Glasspiegel

Buried in the annals of a relatively inconsequential game between the Lakers and Jazz, Jordan Farmar was moving the ball up the court, when suddenly he executed a behind-the-back dribble that sent Trey Burke falling on his ass. It was like if you could use Jedi mind tricks in Fight Club.

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