Jun 28, 2012, 2:39 PM EST
Elton Brand has always been known for having soft hands on the basketball court. His feet though? Like the tires of an Old School Chevy.
That’s not entirely true and/or make any sense at all, but it’s our lede none the less for this video of EB playing at Steve Nash’s Showdown soccer event on Wednesday night on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Watch as Elton totally whiffs on a sweet setup after some sick footwork from Ivorian footballer Salomon Kalou.
Elton was one of many NBA stars to participate alongside some of futbol’s best in a pickup style 8-a-side game that benefited children everywhere. Brand’s ability to slam home an alley oop was not exactly what the soccer types would call first class.
Oh, and he DRILLED Mike Dunleavy Jr. in the face. Watch:
Via the Goalkeeper and a h/t to Brad Youtz
|caliphornian on Snowballs fly in Washington, B…|
|BenE. on LeSean McCoy pulls Eagles slei…|
|BenE. on Video: Zac Rinaldo racks up 27…|
|t800m101 on Video: Zac Rinaldo racks up 27…|
- FBI’s search for ‘Mo,’ suspect in bomb threats, highlights use of malware for surveillance - The Washington Post
- Slow motion video of a base jump going horribly wrong
- This Florida State Ball Boy Is A College Football Hero (this is amazing)
- How A Reporter Eavesdropped On Barry Bonds's Grand Jury Testimony
- Happy Black Friday: Evan Turner will pay you $500 for a $229 TV
- Shawn Andrews accuses Donovan McNabb of mistreatment, says he requested a trade
- Apparently, Darren Daulton had to stop Mitch Williams from 'attacking' Lenny Dykstra on Saturday
- Tony Wroten made a YouTube movie about the Sixers' young rap group
- This outlandish Penn State-themed Christmas light display is going to cost a lot of money
- Eagles #FlyEaglesFly team release another awesome video featuring DeSean's miracle return
- Video: Hunter Pence's youth baseball instructional video is everything you imagined and more
- Your newest Sixer, Rodney Williams, once threw down pretty hard at the Gola
- Video: Drexel frat dude says f*** 23 times in intramural pregame speech for the ages