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The Biggest Off-Season Trades In NBA History

Biggest NBA Off-Season Trades In History This NBA off-season has seen one of the bigger trades in memory with superstars Kyrie Irving and Isaiah Thomas swapping teams, marking an unusual day as fierce rivals rarely engage in such massive moves. Let’s take a look back at some of the biggest …

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Vince Carter Dunk 2000 Olympics

Vince Carter’s Dunk in the 2000 Sydney Olympics At the Sydney Olympics in 2000, Vince Carter jumped over a 7-foot-2 Frenchman’s head and dunked the basketball, that’s the short story, and basically all you need to know. But here’s the long story… With 16:06 left in the 2nd half of …

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Klay Thompson scores 37 points in 3rd quarter

Klay Thompson Scores 37 Points in the 3rd Quarter vs Kings, 2015 On January 24th, 2015, Klay Thompson exploded for 37 points in the 3rd quarter against the Sacramento Kings at Oracle Arena. With the scores tied 60-60 with 9 minutes remaining in the third quarter, Klay Thompson all of …

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The Dream Team Wins The 1992 Olympics

The Dream Wins the 1992 Olympics The original Dream Team was the first USA Olympic Team to feature active, professional NBA players and has been described as the greatest sports team ever asembled. During the 1992 Olympics, the Chuck Daly coached Dream Team defeated their opponents by an average of …

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Kobe Bryant Scores 60 In His Final Game

Kobe Bryant scores 60 in his last game Kobe Bryant left the NBA the same way that he played all of his 1,346 games, shooting. The Black Mamba brought back the scowl in the final minutes, finishing his final game at Staples Center with 60 points on 22-50 shooting. Not …

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Spud Webb wins the 1986 Slam Dunk Contest

Spud Webb wins 1986 Slam Dunk Contest At 5’7 Spud Webb is the shortest player to ever compete in an NBA Slam Dunk Competition, and one of the shortest in NBA history. The fact that he won it defies everything in the world that screams common sense. The 1986 Slam …

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Michael Jordan – The Last Shot

Michael Jordan – The Last Shot – 1998 NBA Finals In Game 6 of the 1997-98 NBA Finals, Michael Jordan proved that fairytales are real. With the Bulls down 83-86 following a John Stockton 3-pointer with 41.9 seconds on the clock, Phil Jackson calls a a timeout and draws up …

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Derek Fisher 0.4 Second Game Winner

Derek Fisher 0.4 Second Game Winner On May 14th, 2004, Derek Fisher hit a shot that would go down in history for 2 separate reasons... Hitting the game-winning shot in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals against the San Antonio Spurs with 0.4 seconds left on the clock. Unofficially …

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