Tony Wroten was the star attraction — along with Jamal Crawford, of course — at the opening weekend of Jamal Crawford’s annual Pro-Am tournament on the campus of Seattle Pacific University. Wroten, who hails from Seattle basketball powerhouse Garfield High School (it’s where Brandon Roy also played), lit up the first day with a 53-point performance. While it wasn’t quite up to par with Spencer Hawes’ 58-point showing last summer, or Kevin Durant’s league record 63-point effort just one day later, Wroten did manage to pull off one of the most legendary crossovers of all time: the God Shammgod. And, as you know, we can’t not post a God Shammgod. Especially one this vicious.
Here are the full highlights of Wroten’s performance, which featured many other crossovers. None as good as the one above, though: