-Gently bring up the ball, go throw the legs through the left, then through the right. I'll finish with the ball in the right hand, then I do a stutter step and an in and out and another quick stutter step while crossing the ball over. This is actually harder to describe then I thought, but it's a nice move, I call this one the Killer Brownie.
My shot is this:
-After Killer Brownie has been set in place, I'll run across the key (Left side to right, or vice versa) and *HERE COMES A BIG TIP* turn my head so I can't see my defender anymore. This is risky but it will trick the defender into thinking that I don't know where he is and that I am wide open. So the defender thinks that I think I'm wide open(Because I can't see him) and I do a pump fake from the right side (He will always jump) and then in that same motion turn to the left to maximize the time frame. Before you know it, you will be wide open with your defender (back facing you) on the right side and all the ghetto black kids will be screaming "WOOOOOOO". I call this move, Chocolate Thunder.
1)Top of the key or off the the side, take a few dribbles to the side your on. Cross it over towards the middle of the key. Stutter step and dribble the ball with the hand not facing the basket like your going to go behind the back for the reverse. When your defender is stalled, bring (but dont carry!) the ball to the far block, lower a sholder in case a bigman comes after you and hit the fadeaway bank. Also, remember to call bank
2)Start anywhere you want but dribble towards the left. Its gotta be fast and hard or the defense will pin ya. When your about even with the basket on the sides, power dribble the ball up over your head while jumping to the right. Make it one heck of a step and jump to get some room. Jump stop, and then hopefully your defender will have left his jock strap on the floor and you have a good uncontested jumper. If not, your close enough to the hoop to post up anyway with a turnaround or hook.
My bread and butter comes from posting. Back to the basket, 7 to 10 feet away, do a shoulder fake and bank off the glass.
I do that too.
My go to move is when I dribble right at defender and because in 60% Im much taller than him, he will try to steal the ball. After that I just do a basic spin move and his out. If he stays in front of me (which is rear) I just take fadeaway (if he's tall) or jump hook (if shorter and Im near the basket).
These are the moves I use the most and when my team needs a bucket. Which one I use varies from defender to defender.
A nasty in and out crossover (either hand). If my man bites on the in and out, I just blow past him. If he doesn't, he gets crossed over and looks silly.
Put the ball thru my legs, except from behind and not the traditional way. I do this with a quick change of pace right before and the defender usually gets frozen stiff.
In the half court:
I'll just blow past you. I call this the "you're not quick enough to guard me... b*tch" and if you happen to stay with me, my pull up off the dribble is money from anywhere mid-range, and I'm tall enough to get it off.
Put the ball thru my legs once or twice (ala kobe) and then really exaggerate the fake to one side and cross over quickly. You'd be surprised how many people bite on the fake.
If I have a mismatch, a nice turn around hook shot with either hand, but I have a lot more range on it with the right.