His trademark skip dribble bringing the ball up court earned him the nickname, "Skip to My Lou".
Rafer Alston played just 1 season at Fresno State before an 11 year career in the NBA. I caught up with the director of "The Greatest Mixtape Ever", a new @30for30 that highlights his streetball origins.— Stephen Hicks (@StephenABC30) June 6, 2022
Catch #Bulldogbreakdown after the Finals @ABC30! (@DaleYurongABC30 circa 97) pic.twitter.com/PGdypn2Mk3
Those origins are now featured in a new 30 for 30 documentary film called "The Greatest Mixtape Ever" documentary film. Action News caught up with one of the film's co-directors and executive producers Set Free Richardson to talk about 1990s streetball and how the And1 Mixtapes helped to transform basketball culture at large.
"The Greatest Mixtape Ever" documentary film is available on ESPN and ESPN+.