haha I'm just kidding I don't do that but whenever I play w/ older guys they tend to pull out all the old school gimmicks. My handles are good and I always keep my head up but I'm amazed at how many people dribble w/ their heads down and fall for it. I'll clown on them sometimes and pretend to pass it to them. haha
Mine would have to be spin of the body towards baseline on a sort of post-up. Most guys try to crowd you when you post up so it works a lot. pau gasol does it a lot... vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCzAcFBQbXo
When playing streetball I like doing turnaround fadeaways and doing behind the back layups. In any situation though, I've learned to love crossing over through the legs to my left hand, then going behind the back around the right, usually lets me get a bit of space away from the defence.
Main thing that I love, though, is shooting floaters. Drive past the guards, and while the center is waiting for you to come and do a layup, just jump a step before him and he can't get to you. Hard to defend, usually drop for me!
Oh yeah!! That is so me. I love doing that little Hakeem move, the one where he froze David Robinson, the show and spin, then double fake. Heck. Sometimes I do that move so much, I get dizzy But I love that move. Then sometimes I will counter with a baby hook from the left and right.
I murder PGs by pointing to either side of them and acting like you're telling someone to set a pick. Once they move their head to look for it, fly right pass them. This is also a way to get someone with nice crossover as well.