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Hot Sauce still breaking ankles in new video

While Streetball and the AND1 Mixtape Tours seem like a distant memory in the year 2014, many of the athletes from the original series are still playing ball today.

New footage of former AND1 Mixtape great, Philip Champion AKA ‘Hot Sauce’, has us thinking that AND1 Mixtape should probably make a comeback.

SportsNation unveiled the fantastic video earlier today on Twitter:

If you can’t see the video above, you can watch it below as well:

Hot Sauce first dribbled through his opponents legs which was incredible enough. He then faked him out with a fake pass off the opponent’s hands before lobbing the ball up to his teammate who subsequently dunked and posterized the same opponent.

Needless to say, it was a really bad day of defense for the guy who got dunked on. At this time, there is no word as to who the schooled player was, but we assure you that he will likely want to stay out of the limelight after this video goes viral.

Hot Sauce is regarded as the most famous streetball player in the world, but we are sure Rafer Alston has something to say about that.

If you recall, Alston got his start in the AND1 Mixtape tour as Skip 2 my Lou before transitioning to the NBA. Alston played on six NBA teams in a span of nine years. Hot Sauce has never stepped foot on a NBA court in his life.

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