Crossover Scoring Moves is part of the Killer Crossover Package.
We covered the technique of the crossover dribble in the Crossover Hoop Handbook. This program addresses the skills of actually scoring and doing moves in games with the crossover dribble.
A crossover can be wide or tight, and performed at varying speeds -- the purpose of the move is to create space for yourself; what is necessary to create space is always changing depending on the circumstances of the game(s). Whatever works to make that happen, is a good use of the move at that moment.
Any coach, however, will tell you that a move is worthless if it doesn't result in a made basket or at least a foul -- moves alone are not worth points. So a nice crossover move alone isn’t enough -- you gotta finish the job. This Handbook will show you how. That being said, all drills done in this program count reps by made baskets, not attempts.
The moves in the demonstration videos are done form certain areas of the floor, but you are not married to these areas. When you are working through the program, work in the areas that fit your game and the situations you (expect to) see. Experiment with varying finishing techniques -- floater, runners, layups, dunks (if you can).