By now you’ve probably seen the new YouTube hit from Matt and Kim, “Let’s Go,” the first single off the Brooklyn duo’s forthcoming album, Lightning.
In truth, it’s more of a highlight reel than a music video, spotlighting the dazzling dribbling skills of Pat the Roc, a Maryland-based point guard and the self-proclaimed World’s Greatest Ball Handler.
Born Patrick Robinson, he’s a one-man Harlem Globetrotters, with a distinct flair not seen since Nike’s freestyle rhythm commercials. What’s perhaps most impressive about the video is that it was apparently completed in one take, meaning Robinson didn’t miss a beat in nearly three minutes.
Want to ball this hard? Pay attention. Here’s a Robinson’s personal how-to guide to his 5 signature moves.
1) The Crazy Legs
2) The Over Yonder
3) The Kick Pass
4) The DC Crossover
5) The Cyclone
Photo via YouTube
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