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Andray Blatche takes to Fifth Avenue to practice his Eurostep (VIDEO)

Oct 6, 2013, 11:00 PM EDT

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Andray Blatche has had a mini-resurgence of his career since being amnestied by the Wizards and playing a meaningful role with the Nets last season.

Blatche wasn’t known as being the brightest of players, and along with JaVale McGee gave the Wizards a boneheaded duo that was responsible for more nonsense on the court than actual plays that resulted in winning basketball.

While Blatche is playing a lot better in Brooklyn these days, he’s still managed to maintain his sense of humor. Here he is taking to the streets of New York to practice his Eurostep against an unsuspecting public — much in the way that Nate Robinson chose to cross over airport travelers earlier this summer.

[via Eye on Basketball]

  1. JMClarkent - Oct 6, 2013 at 11:02 PM

    Only in New York can a 6′ 11″ dude do a pantomime Eurostep in the middle of foot traffic and not even cause a blink.

  2. flyrocket31 - Oct 7, 2013 at 12:18 PM

    Travel!

  3. shanelsweet - Oct 7, 2013 at 2:34 PM

    It was a trio of boneheads. Don’t forget Nick “No Assists” Young. Apparently the Lakers folks think he’s good enough to start for them after the Wizards and Sixers let him go. I suspect they’ll think otherwise soon. Nice guy win or lose. Kobe’s not going to like that at all.

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