1997 NBA FInals Game 6: The No Call That Changed The History of the NBA was posted on November 7th, 2012 at 6.17am and is filed under NBA..
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Category: NBA | Tags: 1997, Call, Changed, Finals, Game, History 24 comments »
Fucking thank you. No one wants to hear this bastard ramble on and on.
I liked the other parts.
That was aksi a no-call that changed the history of basketball 🙂
Coach Nick I couldn’t catch what you were saying about the player who died.
Kobe? What does he have to do with this?
or webbers moving screen in game 5?
It’s a b-ball breakdown channel.
fuck that game was sooooo amazing
that series was fixed
9:27 is what you guys came here for, not sure why there is a 10 minute long video to show one missed call…
this was when the nba was good. when the players weren’t overpaid. where players actually played instead of just playing during their contract year.
No Mike Bibby fouled Kobe with his face.
You should start by checking out Sport Science’s breakdown on that offense. Basically, it keeps everyone about one pass away from the shot.
tis a motion,not a set
what is the infamous Phil Jackson triangle offense set?
@ljietuvis That shit was a flagorant and that game was rigged like fuk
except they are down by 4 and you cannot score 4 points in a single basket. Unless the Bulls of all people are dumb enough to make a foul (LOL) on a 3 point attempt.
can we have a ball breakdown of the last few minutes of miami boston game 2
also look up ‘Why You Should Never Celebrate Too Soon’ on youtube.
derek fisher (of all people) made a gamewinner with 0.4s a few years ago. Anything is possible.
always great videos Coach! thanks!!!
Coach Nick do you ever think there will be another offence like Run TMC in the league again?
I couldn’t see clearly did Anderson try to do a open reverse lay up?
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