New York City point guards having a reputation for being excellent dribblers in street basketball games, but some observers complain that the point guards seemingly don’t know how to pass the ball. Basketball commentator Fran Fraschilla said in a Twitter message on March 24, 2011:
“Watch MoMo and and think, ‘NYC PG’s will give up their grandmother before they give up their dribble.’”
“Basketball is for those that are willing to give up their gold and their girl before they give up their dribble” was cited on Twitter on June 8, 2012.
Watch MoMo and and think, “NYC PG’s will give up their grandmother before they give up their dribble.” And, why not? Can’t keep out of lane.
10:36 PM - 24 Mar 2011
Basketball is for those that are willing to give up their gold and their girl before they give up their dribble #JustSaying
1:39 PM - 8 Jun 2012
For those who would give up their gold before they give up their dribble:-(
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Nothing Like A $295 Plug-In iBasketball to Teach You How To Dribble
POSTED ON MAY 29, 2014 BY CZABE
There’s a saying in basketball about NYC point guards: “They’ll give up their gold or the girl before giving up their dribble.” Dribbling well – or better yet, having “sick handle” – is about natural ability to make the basketball your personal orange yo-yo. It’s about having a subtle touch, instinctive feel, and…. endless reps.
New York area point guards will give up their grandma before they give up their dribble 😂😭😂😭😂😭
4:53 PM - 10 Sep 2014