this is what you’ll be missing if you miss this party!!! JUNE 18th!!!
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The New York Times: The Crossover on Display.
The Times has given us a marvelous mini-documentary on the history and evolution of the NBA’s deadliest move, the crossover. From Pearl Washington and Tim Hardaway to Allen Iverson and Dwyane Wade, this short catalogs the greatest crossover artists with sit-down interviews, highlight films and visual breakdowns.
Personally, Hardaway’s UTEP-2-Step is the nastiest move in NBA history. It broke more ankles and led to more scores than any other crossover I’ve seen.
Daniels reaction after Iverson made him look stupid is PRICELESS!
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The Thunder fought hard, and had the lead heading into the 4th quarter, but Dirk Nowitzki happened one more time with a piercing 3 pointer at 1:14 mark in the 4th to take the lead by one. With a resurrected Shawn Marion (who ended up with 26), the Mavericks came from behind again and ended up winning 100-96. The Thunder run is over, but hopefully they learned a valuable lesson from the more experienced Mavericks about finishing games. They certainly finished this one.
After sweeping the defending NBA champion Lakers, the Dallas Mavericks seemed destined to get back to the largest basketball stage on earth. With Dirk Nowitzki playing at a level only a limited few have reached, he’s leading them towards the first NBA title in franchise history.
According to Mark Cuban “they ain’t done yet.”
The Dallas Mavericks are going back to the NBA Finals, and maybe this time, Dirk Nowitzki will walk away with a ring.
Im NOT a Mavs fan but this is pretty jokes!
Episode 3 of The WingMen