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Post#841 » by DNice68 » Sat Mar 23, 2019 6:37 pm

Marques Johnson dunks on Darryl Dawkins during 84 playoffs, dunk at 17:03, Replay at 17:52!

[youtube][/youtube];t=5s
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Post#842 » by 70sFan » Sat Mar 23, 2019 8:44 pm

DNice68 wrote:Marques Johnson dunks on Darryl Dawkins during 84 playoffs, dunk at 17:03, Replay at 17:52!

[youtube][/youtube];t=5s


Great dunk, I'm going to watch the whole game. Do you have any more late 70s/early 80s Bucks games?
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Post#843 » by DNice68 » Sat Mar 23, 2019 10:25 pm

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DNice68 wrote:Marques Johnson dunks on Darryl Dawkins during 84 playoffs, dunk at 17:03, Replay at 17:52!

[youtube][/youtube];t=5s


Great dunk, I'm going to watch the whole game. Do you have any more late 70s/early 80s Bucks games?

The other ones I have already been posted by others. They have a couple of Bucks-Nuggets from the 78 playoffs, and the 80 Bucks-Sonics series!
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Post#844 » by DNice68 » Mon Apr 1, 2019 5:30 pm

70sFan wrote:
DNice68 wrote:Marques Johnson dunks on Darryl Dawkins during 84 playoffs, dunk at 17:03, Replay at 17:52!

[youtube][/youtube];t=5s


Great dunk, I'm going to watch the whole game. Do you have any more late 70s/early 80s Bucks games?

Third Quarter of game now up!
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Post#845 » by wojoaderge » Sun Apr 7, 2019 4:50 pm

A lot of highlights of my all-time favorite PG Eric Money

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Post#846 » by 70sFan » Sun Apr 7, 2019 5:44 pm

wojoaderge wrote:A lot of highlights of my all-time favorite PG Eric Money



I realized that this is the first time I've seen Lanier using right handed hook shot. Generally speaking, Lanier showed tons of moves in this game I've never seen him doing before and I did very long video about him a month ago.
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Post#847 » by DNice68 » Sun Apr 7, 2019 7:10 pm

wojoaderge wrote:A lot of highlights of my all-time favorite PG Eric Money


Money was really exciting!
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Post#848 » by wojoaderge » Sun Apr 7, 2019 8:41 pm

DNice68 wrote:Money was really exciting!

Yea, he was Money from 17 feet in. For quite a while i've been contemplating a highlight video for him. I might just make it from the 77-78 season only.
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Post#850 » by DNice68 » Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:37 am

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Clyde was straight smooth, he could post you up or drive. Plus his jumper was wet!
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Post#851 » by 70sFan » Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:19 am

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70sFan wrote:

Clyde was straight smooth, he could post you up or drive. Plus his jumper was wet!


Yeah, Clyde was complete package and he looked cool doing all these things. One of my favorite players ever, he should get more recognition in all-time debates.

BTW, I PM-ed you about Bulls vs Bucks game you said a long time ago you have on DVD. It's the game with Gilmore and Marques Johnson, I don't know which season though. Would you like to tell me mkre about it?
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Post#852 » by DNice68 » Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:44 pm

70sFan wrote:
DNice68 wrote:
70sFan wrote:

Clyde was straight smooth, he could post you up or drive. Plus his jumper was wet!


Yeah, Clyde was complete package and he looked cool doing all these things. One of my favorite players ever, he should get more recognition in all-time debates.

BTW, I PM-ed you about Bulls vs Bucks game you said a long time ago you have on DVD. It's the game with Gilmore and Marques Johnson, I don't know which season though. Would you like to tell me mkre about it?

That game is from January 22 1978. It was Marques's rookie year, and Gilmore's best NBA season imo. I wish somebody could find the Bulls-Bucks game fro that same season where Marques blocks Gilmore's dunk attempt, races down the floor and puts down an alley oop from Brian Winters!
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Post#853 » by 70sFan » Thu Apr 18, 2019 5:55 am

DNice68 wrote:
70sFan wrote:
DNice68 wrote:Clyde was straight smooth, he could post you up or drive. Plus his jumper was wet!


Yeah, Clyde was complete package and he looked cool doing all these things. One of my favorite players ever, he should get more recognition in all-time debates.

BTW, I PM-ed you about Bulls vs Bucks game you said a long time ago you have on DVD. It's the game with Gilmore and Marques Johnson, I don't know which season though. Would you like to tell me mkre about it?

That game is from January 22 1978. It was Marques's rookie year, and Gilmore's best NBA season imo. I wish somebody could find the Bulls-Bucks game fro that same season where Marques blocks Gilmore's dunk attempt, races down the floor and puts down an alley oop from Brian Winters!


Thanks, I've already seen this game. I'd love to see the game you talk about too.

I have another question: do you have any idea of what game is this from?

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I'd guess that it's from 1980-81 season. This is a must-watch for me, so many players I love (Marques, Moncrief, Lanier, Gilmore). Especially Gilmore vs Lanier matchup would make me happy :)
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Post#854 » by 70sFan » Sun May 5, 2019 10:18 pm

Read on Twitter


More footage from NBA Vault about spectacular performance by Mr Clutch.
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Post#855 » by Johnlac1 » Mon May 6, 2019 4:32 pm

70sFan wrote:
Read on Twitter


More footage from NBA Vault about spectacular performance by Mr Clutch.

The footage looks very good and makes a person believe that they must have the whole game or games from that series somewhere. Why they won't release them is the question? I'd gladly pay a lot of money for dvds of complete games from that series and others.
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Post#856 » by Point-Forward » Tue May 7, 2019 3:59 pm

I watched more than 100 complete games and an extra amount of short video highlights to make this: one hour and a half footage of Magic Johnson passing the ball.

Like I already specified in the description, the footage is divided into sections based on the type of passes:

- Minute 00.08 to 28.15: Fastbreak and Pushing the tempo

- Minute 28.15 to 36.24: Long and Outlet passes

- Minute 36.24 to 56.26: Bullets, Quick Hitters and Entry Passes

- Minute 56.26 to 1.19.25: Drive&Dish, Pick&Roll and Finding Shooters.

- Minute 1.19.25 to 1.23.51 Alley-Oops

- Minute 1.23.51 to 1.35.02: Passing from the Post

- Minute 1.35.02 to 1.37.49: Touch, First touch and Shovel pass

I really hope you enjoy it.

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Post#857 » by 70sFan » Tue May 7, 2019 5:07 pm

Point-Forward wrote:I watched more than 100 complete games and an extra amount of short video highlights to make this: one hour and a half footage of Magic Johnson passing the ball.

Like I already specified in the description, the footage is divided into sections based on the type of passes:

- Minute 00.08 to 28.15: Fastbreak and Pushing the tempo

- Minute 28.15 to 36.24: Long and Outlet passes

- Minute 36.24 to 56.26: Bullets, Quick Hitters and Entry Passes

- Minute 56.26 to 1.19.25: Drive&Dish, Pick&Roll and Finding Shooters.

- Minute 1.19.25 to 1.23.51 Alley-Oops

- Minute 1.23.51 to 1.35.02: Passing from the Post

- Minute 1.35.02 to 1.37.49: Touch, First touch and Shovel pass

I really hope you enjoy it.



Wow, I love videos like that. Will watch it within a few next hours.

Edit: I watched first three parts and I couldn't count how many times Magic did something I've never seen any player did before/since. His regular passes are more impressive than most players highlights. Unbelievable player, sometimes we forget here that besides being great player, Magic was real genius on basketball court.

You should post this on GB if you didn't already do so.
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Post#858 » by wojoaderge » Thu May 9, 2019 7:00 pm

"Coach, why don't you just relax? We're not good enough to beat the Lakers. We've had a great year, why don't you just relax and cool down?"
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Post#859 » by Point-Forward » Sat May 11, 2019 6:18 pm

70sFan wrote:
Point-Forward wrote:I watched more than 100 complete games and an extra amount of short video highlights to make this: one hour and a half footage of Magic Johnson passing the ball.

Like I already specified in the description, the footage is divided into sections based on the type of passes:

- Minute 00.08 to 28.15: Fastbreak and Pushing the tempo

- Minute 28.15 to 36.24: Long and Outlet passes

- Minute 36.24 to 56.26: Bullets, Quick Hitters and Entry Passes

- Minute 56.26 to 1.19.25: Drive&Dish, Pick&Roll and Finding Shooters.

- Minute 1.19.25 to 1.23.51 Alley-Oops

- Minute 1.23.51 to 1.35.02: Passing from the Post

- Minute 1.35.02 to 1.37.49: Touch, First touch and Shovel pass

I really hope you enjoy it.



Wow, I love videos like that. Will watch it within a few next hours.

Edit: I watched first three parts and I couldn't count how many times Magic did something I've never seen any player did before/since. His regular passes are more impressive than most players highlights. Unbelievable player, sometimes we forget here that besides being great player, Magic was real genius on basketball court.

You should post this on GB if you didn't already do so.


Thanks for the words, man.

I just subscribed to your channel and was checking it out. I see you have some nice old school material, too.

Keep it coming.
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Post#860 » by PockyCandy » Sun May 12, 2019 2:35 pm

Point-Forward wrote:I watched more than 100 complete games and an extra amount of short video highlights to make this: one hour and a half footage of Magic Johnson passing the ball.

Like I already specified in the description, the footage is divided into sections based on the type of passes:

- Minute 00.08 to 28.15: Fastbreak and Pushing the tempo

- Minute 28.15 to 36.24: Long and Outlet passes

- Minute 36.24 to 56.26: Bullets, Quick Hitters and Entry Passes

- Minute 56.26 to 1.19.25: Drive&Dish, Pick&Roll and Finding Shooters.

- Minute 1.19.25 to 1.23.51 Alley-Oops

- Minute 1.23.51 to 1.35.02: Passing from the Post

- Minute 1.35.02 to 1.37.49: Touch, First touch and Shovel pass

I really hope you enjoy it.



This is an incredible collection of passes! How long did it take you to make this?

btw, props to you for giving credit to the channels that you got footage from. While I usually don't bother giving credit if I took highlights from complete games, it's always a good idea to give credit if you took the highlights from compilations or highlight videos.
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