For many of the world's professional athletes, finding a place to practice their craft has been near impossible during the quarantine. What has been easy to find is quality time to spend with the family.
Nuggets forward Torrey Craig was able to accomplish both at the same time. During a workout session, in which his son accompanied him, Craig is seen putting some dribble moves on the youngster, and then using the patented Jordan 1998 Game 6 push-off to break his son's ankles (figuratively).
The video, from Craig's Snapchat, can be found here.
Of course the child was not harmed, nothing more than a father and son having a good time playing some hoops together.
We can only hope quarantine brings us some more funny videos just like this, and that soon enough we are able to see Craig pull off those moves on an NBA floor.
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