There’s a really good chance that you didn’t spend your evening watching the Philadelphia 76ers host the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night. And frankly, I can’t blame you as the tilt matched up two of the worst teams in the league.
Sacramento downed the Sixers, who experienced their 18th straight loss, but the game wasn’t without some shining moments for Philadelphia – especially guard Tony Wroten.
With just under two minutes left in the first quarter, Sacramento rookie Ray McCallum was matched up with Wroten. Looking to shake free, Wroten unleashed a nasty crossover that had McCallum fumbling and bumbling around until his ankles gave out, falling to the floor.
The most hilarious part of the clip might not even be McCallum getting dusted, but rather Wroten’s surprise that he actually pulled off such a move.
After the play was over and a stoppage had occurred, Wroten watched his display on the scoreboard about (as did Sacramento guard Isaiah Thomas) and Wroten could be seen mimicking to Thomas over the move in a shocked fashion.