As one of the most athletic players in the NBA, Wall can often make defenses look silly with his quickness and explosiveness. Earlier this season, Wall was showing off his 360 layups.
Now, Wall has a new move he’s busting out: the “cut dribble.”
Wall’s “cut dribble” — as he calls it — is somewhere between a pass and a crossover. When Wall comes off a pick heading toward the basket, the opposing big man has to pick him up. Wall fakes a pass to his teammate rolling to the basket by using a ton of backspin, so that the ball leaves his hands, then spins back to him.