Mavericks coach God Shammgod teaches you how to do his move

Dallas Mavericks God Shammgod (Photo by Cassy Athena/Getty Images)
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Dallas Mavericks player development coach God Shammgod teaches you how to do his signature move the “Shammgod”. Find out more here plus see it in action.

The Dallas Mavericks hired God Shammgod in 2016 as a player development coach. He is in his fourth season in that role.

Some fans may not be familiar with Shammgod. He is known for his incredible ball-handling ability. Shammgod played two years of college basketball leading Providence to the Elite Eight in 1997. Months later, he was drafted in the second round by the Wizards. The 6’0 point guard played one season in the NBA before a successful career overseas.

Shammgod may be best known for his incredible dribble move that bears his name. He taught fans how to do it, so they can practice it at home during the quarantine. Check out the video below.

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NBA players unleash the “Shammgod” in games, and it always makes the highlight reel. Here is an example of Russell Westbrook using it against the Suns in 2017.

A host of Mavericks players have given props to Shammgod for helping them in the last few years. Kristaps Porzingis recently mentioned his help on an Instagram Live with Mark Followill. Mavs fans can hear his comments on Shammgod below.

Shammgod is a New York City legend that continues to help your favorite Mavs improve their handles.

Bleacher Report did a documentary on God Shammgod and his crossover in 2017. Fans can check that out here for more information. The doc features Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving, Jamal Crawford, and others giving props to Shammgod.

Fans can practice up their dribble moves during the quarantine. Please, stay home, wash your hands, and be safe during this uncertain time.

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