Kevin Ferrer is known for his ability to score from three-point territory just like his idol Kevin Durant but in the 2017 William Jones Cup the 6’5″ forward show-off his dribbling skills.
You’ve heard it several times, a crossover move that will result an ankle breaker. That was exactly and literally happen when Kevin Ferrer made his move to escape his defender.
Apart from its physical game between Gilas Pilipinas and team Iraq, one of the highlights of that match was when Barangay Ginebra swing-man Kevin Ferrer broke the ankle of Hussein Talib.
The score was already out of reach as the Philippines men’s national basketball team was already ahead with nine points (84-75) with only 5.3 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.
However, maybe because team Iraq was thinking of points quotient, the 27-year-old Iraqi forward decided to block the path of Ferrer in hope for an opponent turnover.
With his ball handling skills, Ferrer did the crossover move and puts his defender to the ground.
Probably because of pain, Talib was unable to carry his weight using his feet, his teammates helped him go back to their locker room.