Bay Area Guy Stuck In Traffic Spends The Time Working On His Ball Handling

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Yesterday, smack dab in the middle of San Francisco rush hour, an RV caught on fire and shutdown all southbound lanes on highway 101. It was a complete and total disaster with people sitting in standstill traffic for hours, all probably with Dennis Reynolds-esque road rage flowing through them.

WATCH LIVE: Traffic nightmare as Hwy 101 on the Peninsula shuts down after RV fire. https://t.co/Fo3cju3FAf pic.twitter.com/LNgxVNT7jQ

— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) October 21, 2016

So while most people are punching the ceiling and screaming at their windshields wondering what was going on, one man decided to take advantage of this time to get those handles right. He popped the trunk, grabbed the rock, and started putting on a dribbling display right in the middle of the highway that Allen Iverson would be proud of.

Man works on his basketball moves while waiting for lanes to reopen after RV fire shuts down Hwy. 101 on Peninsula. https://t.co/GacN9pNNu2 pic.twitter.com/TiHxFyvc3M

— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) October 21, 2016

Shout out to this guy for controlling his emotions and taking “ball is life” to a whole new level.

LIVE: Traffic backed up for miles on U.S. HIghway 101 as crews try to control RV fire near Redwood City. https://t.co/cEiQylWjaH pic.twitter.com/WjKM1g4cVN

— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) October 21, 2016