Derek Carr makes NFL Network’s basketball starting-five and Maxx Crosby would like a word

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Levi Damien
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The Bo Jacksons and Deion Sanders are from a bygone era. But it’s fun to think about what stars in various sports would do in other sports. For instance, many think Lebron James would have been a solid NFL tight end. What about the other way around, though?

Like, which NFL players could put together a mean starting five in basketball. NFL Total Access thinks they know. And Derek Carr of the Las Vegas Raiders cracked the squad.

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Raiders fans probably remember a few years back when Raiders players got together to play basketball. It’s unclear exactly how good Derek Carr would be when not facing other football players, but sounds like he has a pretty high opinion of his own game.

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Upon seeing all this, Raiders edge rusher Maxx Crosby felt like he was not given his due, saying “I guess I gotta wake some people up.” Crosby then went about posting several videos of his basketball skills. Specifically making several dunks.

Crosby’s standstill dunk drew some shade from teammate Keisean Nixon who said he can do that at 5-11. So Crosby took it a step further.

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Crosby finished it off with a 360 dunk.

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Dunking is great and all, but I think this is going to have to be decided on the court.

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