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Layups: The NBA’s Greatest Shots

Posted by Neil Paine on February 14, 2011

From Hoopism, makers of the dunk contest video library and various other neat NBA visualizations, comes an extremely cool Valentine's Day gift for b-ball aficionados:

NBA’s Greatest Shots – Court Location & Video

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2 Responses to “Layups: The NBA’s Greatest Shots”

  1. Darren Says:

    Another cool b-ball visualization. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Mike Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=190e6Agy1CY#t=3m30s

    Needed to be on the chart. I would've included Kobe's two shots against Portland, either the 3-pointer while wearing Patterson or the fall-away 3-pointer over Ratliff to win the pacific division title in '04. And the the 81 points? I definitely remember the scissor-kick 3-pointer to get elevation out of his dead legs rather than a free throw. Hell, the lefty spinning corner 3-pointer wearing Terry on his right hand was more impressive, and memorable, than that free throw. Thanks for the link, send them the above suggestion. If they want a different playcall: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK7H8xc3SdI#t=3m15s