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Loading up Game 7 from '88, and there's Young Joe to greet me:
No whistle. When was 'the hand is part of the ball' written into the rules?
This is about the point where Billy Cunningham temporarily loses the ability to speak English:
Isiah Thomas, just a few minutes after rolling his ankle on Michael Cooper's foot:
The Backdoor Lob, just as cool in 1988 as it is today:
Without HD video, it actually does look like Magic is teleporting his passes to their targets:
Behind-the-back, between-the-legs, running hook at the free-throw line. Seems...difficult:
Typical Magic, being perfect:
He's on a 4-on-2 break in the NBA Finals, and Vinnie Johnson is out there throwing these passes:
"Ohoohooooboyyyyyy what a play" - Billy Cunningham, very excited in the first quarter of Game 3:
"You have got to put somebody else on him" - Dick Stockton during Dantley vs. Green:
Byron Scott tried to win the NBA Finals on one possession:
Because I came across Zo being warm and friendly to Jason Terry during today's web travels:
Fulfilling my curiosity as to what the last 18 years of MVP's would look like in @AustinClemens2 shot charts:
How does Ray Allen keep getting open in the corners? Change of pace, change of direction:
Didn't make the piece, but here's a quick illustration of Pierce zoning strongside as a LeBron Spy. Long closeout.
Four years ago, Dr. Jack gave Spoelstra a play the team now calls 'Ramsay'. It put the Heat up five in Game 7.
How does another silly LeBron pass sound for your Sunday brunch?
The Heat play a high-risk defensive system, and Dwyane Wade is always assessing opportunities:
LeBron has changed positions. He's now a shortstop.
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