"A good crossover starts with footwork. If I'm going to dribble from my right hand to my left, I take a small jab step to the right to make it look like I'm driving. That gets the defender to bite."
Ricky Rubio is the NBA's ultimate wing man: According to NBA.com, Minnesota averages 13.1 more points per 100 possessions when he's on the floor -- and delivering pinpoint passes -- than when he's not. No move in Rubio's bag of tricks is more effective than his behind-the-back crossover, which leaves him with lethal options in its wake. "I either have a clear route to the basket or it opens up a passing lane when another defender comes to help," says Rubio. Here, the Timberwolves' top playmaker breaks down the art of breaking ankles. --Chris Gigley