Every generation has a signature move that may not have been done or at least have been labeled and hyped in the era previous. In the 90′s it was the infamous Allen Iverson hesitation crossover; every kid with a ball went in their driveway and practiced being AI. Now days it seems any perimeter player worth anything has a reliable hesitation cross. It seems that this generations version of the crossover will be the euro-step, a move used to get to the basket while avoiding the charge or shot-blocker. Manu Ginobli was one of the first players to label the move but players like Rondo, Wade, Tyreke, Lebron, and James Harden have turned it into something that is taught at basketball camps around the world. Although Manu brought it to the league. Tyreke Evans and D-Wade added in their freakish athleticism to the move using it frequently and with lots of success. But, the player who uses the move the best and uses it the most is James Harden. He uses his euro-step while showing the ball to the defender to score or draw a foul virtually every time he gets in the lane. He can do it off of either foot and finish with both hands via lay-up or dunk. Check out how to do it as well as some of the best at it below.