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  1. JxmyHighroller

    JxmyHighroller

    Tháng trước

    Thanks for tuning in brothers. I know this is a SPICY topic so hang around until the end and let me know your thoughts 🙌🏽

    • Yvan Azastrasz

      Yvan Azastrasz

      2 ngày trước

      Great video, man. Love the analysis, the sheer amount of true unbiased logic behind it. Learnt quite much, and it does make a lot of sense that zone defense being authorized had a much bigger impact on scoring and the overall nature of the game itself. I liked as well that you said "I didn't see much" rather than flat out state there was no foul in a lot of the cases. The images are not of very good quality, and a different PoV would be necessary in most cases (if you've played BB a little bit, you know how much you can be fouled by a simple push on your back, which is only possible to see from a specific angle, and "must" be the case a couple of times : knowing how MJ could literally palm the ball, there's no way he would have let it slip ^^) Really great channel. Greetings from Holland from an oldtimer (44) who used to get up middle of the night to watch the Showtime-Lakers when he was a kiddo.

    • Kristian Pe

      Kristian Pe

      2 ngày trước

      talk about some major gen y tool.

    • Jerome Yudiet

      Jerome Yudiet

      4 ngày trước

      +LeBeautiful coz it's true..go watch (you were lied to again) by legend of winning and you'll know your idol does suck😂

    • Q the omnipotent

      Q the omnipotent

      10 ngày trước

      Knicks vs Rockets game 3, 1994 NBA finals. This wasn't even the most physical game. vnchannel.net/vision/video-EkY4zbnevV8.html

  2. Bernard Moon

    Bernard Moon

    45 phút trước

    While I like most of your videos, Jimmy, I think you shouldn't easily discount the large number of players who played across both rules and times. ALL of them say it was easier to score. There is a reason why eye witness account is important because there is a difference between watching video clips from afar than actually being there. Even players like Sam Cassell and Reggie Miller cited that it wasn't on the rules, but when asked how they can still score 30 points in a game in their mid-30s both said it's not only the rules BUT TODAY'S PLAYERS AREN'T AS GOOD AT DEFENSE. Also your video clips and easy dismissal of "weak fouls" on MJ was lame. You can't see clearly if he was fouled from those angles.

  3. Gator

    Gator

    Giờ trước

    the only way this vid could have been more entertaining would have been to show clips of how outrageous hand checking was in the 70's. you younger fans would be shocked. it was rediculous. getting rid of the illegal D rule was a great move. D was better in the 80's n 90's than in the 70's, no doubt. not sure it was any better than modern D, though it was indeed more physical. imho

  4. A JJ

    A JJ

    2 giờ trước

    lmao, how old are you man, 21, 22? It didnt matter what the rule said, the refs use to let them play. Now every soft touch is a foul. And dont tell me there is no truth to easier scoring nowadays, every single team this year averaged over 100ppg. That is just stupid. No defense because of that rule. If you play basketball in the street even today around real ballers, they dont accept those soft ass calls like the NBA calls. Thats the truth whether you like it or not, kid.

  5. Proism Gaming

    Proism Gaming

    2 giờ trước

    Well, don’t we also have to look at the pace of the game because the 2000s were the slowest pace the NBA has ever seen.

  6. Jay Blood

    Jay Blood

    2 giờ trước

    ANOTHER YOUNG DUMB AFRCIAN AMERICAN TRYING TO MAKE A CASE WHY HIS GENERATION IS THE BEST AT BASKETBALL! SMH!

  7. AlliDoisWin11

    AlliDoisWin11

    3 giờ trước

    Taking away hand checking made individual players defense better and zone defenses made offensive players better and especially they're shooting.

  8. IDK Bro0ph

    IDK Bro0ph

    4 giờ trước

    Why ruin a good thing I would prefer playing with globe trotters rather than NBA mansion dwellers... balm my hands with magicians resin... Professor Live is my new favorite famous baller... SRY Michael Jordan to you are presumed retired and old ;)

  9. Scott Larson

    Scott Larson

    5 giờ trước

    What I know, as a high school assistant coach, I have had to change my mindset. When I played in high school and college, I was openly told, "If you foul, foul hard. Make sure he doesn't make the shot." Today, I have to whisper to my players how to use their hips and legs, to make contact, or head coach will disagree. I find myself yelling from the bench, "Get him off him!" When, I wouldn't have considered the hand checking as an issue, when I was a player. It was absolutely more physical in the 80s and 90s. Today, it's more of a shooter/driver game, because shooters can create distance. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it is absolutely a thing. Even if I don't like it.

  10. Dahn

    Dahn

    9 giờ trước

    Presented by a dumbass who displays a clear bias. If you expected it to be a rugby match then stop munching. MJ>LB .

  11. Gavin Hartley

    Gavin Hartley

    11 giờ trước

    Misinformation got you 1.5mil views, I guess it was worth it.

  12. gemkill

    gemkill

    12 giờ trước

    Legend of Winning anybody?

  13. corwin s

    corwin s

    12 giờ trước

    I like your videos Jimmy but the amount of Misinformation in this video is incredible.

  14. Dark Knight

    Dark Knight

    15 giờ trước

    Jimmy please watch Low's video.... for future uploads please do your due diligence and stop basing your arguments on popular talking points.

  15. RJ Macready

    RJ Macready

    17 giờ trước

    If you drove to the rim you got punished and got bodied on.. FACT, nothing in this video disproves that. Forget the handchecking, you can't even breathe on anyone these days. You pick one random game and a stat sheet to somehow prove the game wasn't A LOT more physical?? This isn't rocket science, half the old footage in your own video shows it, use your goddamn eyes. You know it was more physical back then, that's why you just try brush it off as bad defense. If you babies weren't old enough to remember the defense back in the day then please don't comment acting like you know wth you're talking about... nothing was exaggerated, you weren't watching back then so how would you know?And more physical does mean more difficult, hate to break it to you. Paul Pierce scored more before the rule change because his teams were fucking trash and he had to carry them every night. Stephen Jackson actually played in the league, you think you know better than him??

  16. sunghwan hwang

    sunghwan hwang

    18 giờ trước

    admit it you jordan bandwagon

  17. Greg Barkhoudarov

    Greg Barkhoudarov

    19 giờ trước

    The real 23!

  18. inttruders

    inttruders

    20 giờ trước

    This is like a flat earther video for basketball. Do some real research and try again.

  19. jayar t

    jayar t

    22 giờ trước

    “How much truth is there in this statement” Well these are people that played the game.. And you?

  20. jayar t

    jayar t

    22 giờ trước

    Funny he puts up videos from players who played the game.. But says otherwise in this video.

  21. jayar t

    jayar t

    22 giờ trước

    vnchannel.net/vision/video-8nBRV0TKsxo.html Watch this instead

  22. jayar t

    jayar t

    22 giờ trước

    Just garbage this video is

  23. Panda meetz Bamboo

    Panda meetz Bamboo

    Ngày trước

    Cheese man voice no offence like ur videos 👍

  24. Jack Burton

    Jack Burton

    Ngày trước

    Defense was hard core in the 90s but Jordan had better numbers than the guys who played with the softer defensive rules. If Jordan played now he would score completely at will with no hand checking. This guy wasn't talking about the rules defending in the post that changed. That's where they were much more physical back then.

  25. austin78993

    austin78993

    Ngày trước

    Where are you getting these numbers? Tim Duncan averaging 16 a game after handchecking? Are you counting the entire rest of his career that includes the conclusion of his prime? Tim Duncan was 27 in 2003 I believe. If you take his numbers from when he entered the league until he turned 27, of course those numbers will be higher than factoring in his decline. Which it looks like you did for all of these players. Kobe Bryant also came off the bench almost every season before 2003 and after 2003 was an established superstar. These are the most fabricated numbers I've ever seen. Not to mention, most players stop caring about stats around age 30. Most of these guys were at or within a couple years of their peak in 2003. You can look at pretty much every player who ever played from age 20-28 and they'll have a higher scoring average than they do once they reach their 30s, start playing a bench role in many cases (Vince Carter, Antoine Walker, Marion, Payton, etc). All you're doing here is comparing every players' stats in their prime to their decline. Very stupid way of looking at it. You should limit it to looking at the next couple years of their career. You can't factor in Shaq's stints in PHX, Bos, Etc. Garnett's stint in Brooklyn and return to Minnesota. GP in Miami. Etc. Pretty much nobody scores more in their late 30s than they did in their early 20s.

    • inlovewithi

      inlovewithi

      Ngày trước

      He did for everyone, including Gary Payton who turned 36 after the rule changes.

  26. Nico Alabat

    Nico Alabat

    Ngày trước

    Watch legend of winnings video related tonthis topic

  27. autobomb64

    autobomb64

    Ngày trước

    I've literally never reached the end of a basketball video on youtube, professional or amateur, and agreed 100% with the OP. On this you are a God

  28. Kev Laurence-El

    Kev Laurence-El

    Ngày trước

    bad video

  29. Gabriel Lopez

    Gabriel Lopez

    2 ngày trước

    2001 illegal defense no questions about it

  30. sherlockinsomniac

    sherlockinsomniac

    2 ngày trước

    Youre an idiot if you think jordan, barkley, horry, shaq and all the rest of NBA greats are wrong or lying about the roughness of the game back then. The numbers absolutely reflect that. It wasnt just the handchecking that made it difficult. The old system made it more difficult for players overall. Cherry picking some players and their stats doesnt prove you right.

  31. Nathanael Nunez

    Nathanael Nunez

    2 ngày trước

    ~jordan get his arm pulled and body pushed~ This guy: okkkaayyy?

    • Nathanael Nunez

      Nathanael Nunez

      2 ngày trước

      But besides that some solid points I think he just did that to sell it.

  32. 773stayhi chi

    773stayhi chi

    2 ngày trước

    Basketball in 2000 to 2007 was horrible outside kobe,shaq and AI were only really good scorers

  33. sulski55

    sulski55

    2 ngày trước

    When you compare players before and after the rule. You're not taking into account that the same person got older and had a natural decline.

  34. Smith ChibiOni

    Smith ChibiOni

    2 ngày trước

    Not the first time Jimy just talks too fast and does poor researching. Stop going for the wow factor everytime please !

  35. Kristian Pe

    Kristian Pe

    2 ngày trước

    the youth of this soft basketball era are rejoicing on some misinformed, poorly researched piece of unresponsible content creation :)

  36. Winning Football

    Winning Football

    2 ngày trước

    I think the defense is a deeper issue. Players are convinced that offensive stats are king regardless if you are winning the game or not. Watch a College March Madness game and the defensive intensity is very similar to what you watched in the 80's and 90's NBA. You watch an NBA game today and it looks like a YMCA pick up game. So you can throw all the stats you want out but the proof is in the pudding bro I watch the games. You can stick to your numbers if you will but my eyes don't lie this is the lazy era of defense. It's a garbage product. Expect a new troll

  37. Darin Jeckewicz

    Darin Jeckewicz

    3 ngày trước

    you should start a podcast

  38. marcuiz talley

    marcuiz talley

    3 ngày trước

    But look at Giannis he is a threat on offense in he go inside all the time and hes a lebron

  39. DHD95

    DHD95

    3 ngày trước

    This was such a bad video my guy. poorly, poorly researched. Check out Legend od Winnings rebutal: vnchannel.net/vision/video-8nBRV0TKsxo.html

  40. KB 24

    KB 24

    3 ngày trước

    Why'd they average less after the hand checking rule was abolished? BECAUSE THEY WERE *OLDER* !!!

    • Generic Username

      Generic Username

      12 giờ trước

      Dude showed Gary Payton from his last yr w Seattle when he was one of if not their best player then the next yr he went to the Lakers and was a glorified Derek Fisher in that offense on that stacked team w Malone shaq Kobe etc. But yea it's cuz the hand check didn't matter smh

  41. IbTusPeter

    IbTusPeter

    3 ngày trước

    The biggest difference is the implementation of the "free zone". That alone makes today's game harder. The handcheck only affected 1-on-1 defense, but with the free zone, the entire team is allowed to guard areas on the floor, thus eliminating that dreadful illegal defense rule. I'm not disputing the physicality, as they got away with a lot more back then. But the fact that a defender is able to ignore their player and play free safety, allowed for more flexible defensive game plans, hence why offenses had to evolve, hence why you now need shooters more than ever to space the floor.

  42. Kenny Albert

    Kenny Albert

    3 ngày trước

    This still doesn’t proof that the game was harder back then

  43. b b

    b b

    4 ngày trước

    Wow so many blatent lies in this video, do some real research breh

  44. Jerome Yudiet

    Jerome Yudiet

    4 ngày trước

    You're obviously a huge LeBron fan Jimmy and that's why you made this video even though this is poorly researched and cleary misleading coz this helps LeBron 😂 zero credibility 😂

    • Jerome Yudiet

      Jerome Yudiet

      2 ngày trước

      +Gage Davis you wanna know why I said this is poorly researched video? Watch legend of winnings video "you were lied to again"..and then..after you're done watching, you can go fuck yourself bronsexual😂

    • Jerome Yudiet

      Jerome Yudiet

      2 ngày trước

      +Gage Davis 1.5m views from desperate LeBron Fanboys like you😂

    • Gage Davis

      Gage Davis

      3 ngày trước

      Jerome Yudiet Poorly researched? You make a video better than this and get 1.5 mil views. Not kidding, go.

  45. Jerome Yudiet

    Jerome Yudiet

    4 ngày trước

    After watching this..watch YOU WERE LIED TO AGAIN by "legend of winning" and you'll know this video is actually misleading and poorly researched..

  46. Sun Shine

    Sun Shine

    4 ngày trước

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  47. Elderon Torres

    Elderon Torres

    4 ngày trước

    The video makes a lot of sense but they were a lot younger during the time hand checking was allowed ppl simply just forget about age and how much it impacts players games

  48. Joseph Flaherty

    Joseph Flaherty

    4 ngày trước

    YOU are LYING to us right now, I’ll give you that.

    • SnaggedOverBum

      SnaggedOverBum

      2 ngày trước

      Joseph Flaherty what?

  49. David Kali

    David Kali

    4 ngày trước

    Came here after u were set straight 😂 good luck bro

  50. Argel Amican

    Argel Amican

    4 ngày trước

    No disrespect man, this is a great video you made with lots of research to back it up, but first of all, nba players know their things, those who experienced player in the pre and post handcheck era has a reason for saying defense was tougher before, poorer or better defense ain't the only reason why point production of a player declined, for example an additional scoring opt player was added to the team, it might be that the plays were also changed to adapt to the new regulation, if before they focus on mid range shot where those players are good at and changed to a 3pt shot focused offense then those players will have less production and you didn't show the fg% of those players, it might be that they took less shots per game, but have a higher fg% indicating that they got better offensively, assist also counts as as offensive stat... And for the arguement that MJ coud've been more monstrous in the offensive end in today's regulation than before is backed up by kobe's production from pre and post handcheck, i mean they almost have identical playstyle... I also disagree with what you say that they used physicality beacuse they are poor on D, they are more physical because the previous era was played in the paint, and being physical is the way to have better D in the paint. and about illegal D yes you're right it makes it easier to score out of a mismatch, that is why teams opt to score in the paint more but know w/o illegal D, it is much easier to make the opponent to commit a double team on you yes, but makes it easier also to leave an open man in the 3, that's the reason for the 3pt. Domination in this era. Also, it was said in your video that players of today receives better training, better resources, better tactics and already learned from all the greats before but the fact that the era 30 years before is still up for a comparison? Where in if you compare that much older era to 80-90 will be evidently one sided. Meaning that 80-90's until i think early 2000 is the Golden Age of basketball. I'm young and I admire how the league was before than today, skill levels before and today is debatable, but the heart that is shown by the players before than today is incomparable, and today's basketball's officiating is the worst...

  51. jeremy balsley

    jeremy balsley

    5 ngày trước

    I think it wore players out which is why scoring was higher, you should check out second half scoring in both eras to get an idea.

  52. jeremy balsley

    jeremy balsley

    5 ngày trước

    Marbury typo

  53. Greg J

    Greg J

    5 ngày trước

    Seems like the guy that made this video doesn't have much experience actually playing ball. Just go out and hit a court up. When a player bodies you up and plays aggressive D (more aggressive than is allowed in the NBA currently), you get tired and it's much more difficult to score. This isn't rocket science at all. You can cherry pick numbers all you want, while either intentionally leaving out important details or being ignorant (player age, different teammates, injuries, illegal D, 3 second violations, free throws, etc), but this subject is just common sense. Getting body checked makes you tired, and makes shooting much more difficult. When you have room to shoot, it's a lot easier to make baskets. What's your counter argument to that basic common sense? Overall, the NBA really was just better in the 90's. The pool was at least 400% what it is today. Kids are on their phones today, not hooping. Playgrounds are empty. You used to have to wait for an hour to get on at Mosswood or Venice Beach, now even those courts are pretty empty most of the time. So empty that a lot of the time people are just running 2's at most. HS tryouts have 1/4 of what they used to have.

  54. FatWhite Guyy

    FatWhite Guyy

    6 ngày trước

    Don’t you think the most logical conclusion is like what that guy said. It basically forced them to elevate their game. It pushed them to score more, to practice more.

    • FatWhite Guyy

      FatWhite Guyy

      5 ngày trước

      Kiko Eschobar ok

    • Kiko Eschobar

      Kiko Eschobar

      5 ngày trước

      You don’t seem to understand what the term logical means.

  55. Big Pete

    Big Pete

    6 ngày trước

    People 100% do hang onto the past lol. My favorite argument is “Jordan played with HOFs in the league” well...yea give it 10 more years and there would be the same amount in lebrons era🤦‍♂️ Lol. People stay finding excuses to denounce players

    • Greg J

      Greg J

      5 ngày trước

      Some people do, sure, but a lot of people don't just hang on to the past. I'm 40 now and can / have scored against current NBA players. In the 90's in my prime I got shut down by bench players at Jordan's ball camp. Having room to shoot vs having people right up on you, shoving you, is a huge difference in play. Just a hypothesis, but I think the decline largely has to do with the rise in technology causing kids to spend less time hooping and more time being on their phones. Pretty easy to make a HS basketball team now, very few tryouts compared to 20+ years ago.

  56. Cameo Cummings

    Cameo Cummings

    6 ngày trước

    You have to also take into consideration that if it's easy to score for everybody then the star players wouldnt have to score as much. Would be more accurate if you used FG% instead of PPG

  57. SC Challenger

    SC Challenger

    6 ngày trước

    From a person that watched basketball back in the day and watch it now I would personally say basketball was harder back in the day. Even in this video you could see how hard it was to score in the paint. Jordan had to do like three moves in the air just to get a layup. Lebron and sometimes kd struggled to score against the spurs in the paint because of how they defended the paint. To score on them you had to do it by making jumpers. There are no defenses like that anymore. How was illegal defenses helping players like Jordan when you constantly seen Jordan shooting jumpers with two and sometimes three defenders going for the block?

    • Jc

      Jc

      3 ngày trước

      Because they collapsed the Defense then Because as he showed it was a lot of just blowing by Defense 1on1 they did let the game be a bit more physical. And it's a bit softer. But nowadays if you collapse that hard you leave a shooter open. The ratio of 3s to 2s today makes taking 3s more advantageous. So you score 3 layups in a row for 6 or give up 3, 3s for 9

  58. SC Challenger

    SC Challenger

    6 ngày trước

    Someone made a video that showed the inconsistencies in this video.

    • clutchmaster 21

      clutchmaster 21

      5 ngày trước

      +Rob Harms just go to the "legend of winnings" channel it's the vid that's around 20 minutes long

    • Julius Utsey

      Julius Utsey

      6 ngày trước

      Don't give the link. It's a secret video.

    • Rob Harms

      Rob Harms

      6 ngày trước

      A link to that video would have been nice.

  59. Kieran Law

    Kieran Law

    7 ngày trước

    When a bunch of former NBA players say it was harder...I take their word for it.

    • Big Pete

      Big Pete

      6 ngày trước

      Hell no lol. Quentin Richardson is one of them and to this day he still believes he’s better than Paul pierce lol😂😂😂

  60. Samuel Li

    Samuel Li

    7 ngày trước

    All data have to subtract Michael Jordan first

  61. AiirxGeordan23

    AiirxGeordan23

    7 ngày trước

    I feel like you can chalk the numbers up to them not being used to it. Theres no way you can go see the gritty defense and tell me its easier to go against that, than a phantom guarding you. Its like shooting with a man's ball, then shooting with a woman's ball. You're gonna shoot worse with the women's ball cuz you're not used to how small it is. That might be the worst analogy, but you get what im saying.

  62. dick large

    dick large

    7 ngày trước

    FAKE NEWS

  63. TheMurdoc6982

    TheMurdoc6982

    7 ngày trước

    Watcing old games, I feel as if defenses didn't close out as fast probably because offenses were less likely to pull the trigger and looking to blow by. There does seem to be less onball defense outside of what the star player on each team would receive. It seems as if rule changes/enforcement actually got players to play with better fundamentals than relying on dirty tactics. The dirty tactics now seem to be an increase in tattling.

  64. Farty McGee

    Farty McGee

    7 ngày trước

    CORRECTION: FOUR players had a HIGHER PPG average! Y’all done forgot Stephon “Starybury,” Marbury!!!

    • jeremy balsley

      jeremy balsley

      5 ngày trước

      Farty McGee pretty sure it's a typo, supposed to be 16.? After I think.

  65. Frigid Samurai

    Frigid Samurai

    7 ngày trước

    Exposeddddddd

  66. Walter Horne

    Walter Horne

    7 ngày trước

    You should’ve picked the piston bulls playoffs the previous two years.

    • Edward Franklin

      Edward Franklin

      7 ngày trước

      What difference would it make

  67. EliTe Shxfty

    EliTe Shxfty

    8 ngày trước

    No disrespect jxmy but I only watch ur videos because I like the funky saxophone in the background

    • Julius Utsey

      Julius Utsey

      6 ngày trước

      You can search up "Trap sax" on VNchannel and just listen to that

  68. Parth Patel

    Parth Patel

    8 ngày trước

    forgot about illegal defense. that definitely helped scoring in those eras. also what a crap rule

  69. LTCxTOXIC Gaming

    LTCxTOXIC Gaming

    8 ngày trước

    Put lebron in the 90s he would suck

  70. Vlad ivostok??

    Vlad ivostok??

    8 ngày trước

    maybe at that time refs just liked MJ and the bulls?

  71. Jeff Reed

    Jeff Reed

    8 ngày trước

    Dude. Really well put together! Great stuff!

  72. JR Varona

    JR Varona

    8 ngày trước

    Thanks jim

  73. J H. Booth

    J H. Booth

    8 ngày trước

    Earned yourself a sub buddy....

  74. Cleveland Lyons

    Cleveland Lyons

    8 ngày trước

    I know they are a lot of factor that come into scoring but it is clear you haven't played ball before. It seems light from someone picking highlights but just think of a guy pushing at your hip for 30 + minutes.

    • Edward Franklin

      Edward Franklin

      7 ngày trước

      Kawhi doesn't need to handcheck

  75. Rowgue51

    Rowgue51

    8 ngày trước

    Scoring averages were down in the 2000s because the talent was exponentially worse, not because of the rules. The league was expanding at that point and diluting the overall talent level and a lot of legends were either already retired or on their last legs. And while it's true that hand checking has been a violation since before the 80s, it's disingenuous to try to pretend that it was actually called on any kind of regular basis. If it was actually getting called there would have been no need to clarify the rule and make it a point of emphasis year after year.

    • Julius Utsey

      Julius Utsey

      6 ngày trước

      Also, the pace was slowed down at that time.

  76. Eric Bogar

    Eric Bogar

    9 ngày trước

    They can't score inside, so you think it's because of the zone defense? hahahahaha We had zone defense back in HS. Nobody had a problem scoring once you learn how to break down a zone and overload one side. You are retarded. Double teams in the paint. lol Good one. I use to take it up with 4 people in the paint and score. If I didn't I'd draw he foul easily.

  77. Eric Bogar

    Eric Bogar

    9 ngày trước

    I played in that era. Nothing you say is right. Maybe you should have played before opening your mouth. I have an idea. Me and you play one and one, and you play like today, and I'll play like then. You'll find out pretty quick how I played, and then tell me what's harder. You'll get a hard foul anytime you shoot and will be crying before the game is over. I'll knee you anytime I go for a layup, and see how you respond to a knee in your chest or stomach.

  78. Eric Bogar

    Eric Bogar

    9 ngày trước

    Who the fuck is the Chronicles of Judah, and why are you posting audio from him like his opinion means something?

  79. Eric Bogar

    Eric Bogar

    9 ngày trước

    This guy who probably didn't live in the 90s thinks he knows about 90s basketball. Today it's so easy. People don't fear driving and getting fucked up by defenders like back in the day. I would fuck someone up if they tried to score inside, and never get a technical. Try that shit today. You could also press them on Defense more and actually touch someone without a foul. You can't do that today, and it's so easy to burn someone, and if you don't probably will get the foul on contact. Nothing you say is scientific at all. They can average more points because they had more moves. Nobody today has but one or two go two moves. Back in the day you had to back down and fade away, and have a hook shot. Those are way harder shots than driving and laying it up all the time like today, or spotting up all the time and shooting a 3. People shoot 3s because they can't score inside. They can't take contact. They don't know how to back down. They suck today. 3 point shooters back in the day didn't make it that far at all unless they had other moves too. You can't cherry pick videos either and edit them trying to prove your point. Show the whole fuckin unedited video you fraud.

  80. rob feld

    rob feld

    9 ngày trước

    MJ almost ALWAYS got the call like nobody ever. That said, he was GREAT! Way better than Lebron!!!!!

    • DJgodslayer 1

      DJgodslayer 1

      6 ngày trước

      +rob feld players plays ball and that's it, magic is a great player and look at how bad he build the lakers (no shooter), mj with the hornets, j kidd was a bad coach and many players who are making bad takes every single days it's not because they played that their opinion should be more important

    • rob feld

      rob feld

      7 ngày trước

      +Edward Franklin it's funny how the players say MJ was better! Maybe I'm on to something!!

    • Edward Franklin

      Edward Franklin

      7 ngày trước

      +rob feld LeBron has more last second shots( which is not important) he plays big in big games(Game 6 of ecf vs Celtics) Game 1 vs warriors ( 51 points) please stop

    • Edward Franklin

      Edward Franklin

      7 ngày trước

      +rob feld semantics

    • rob feld

      rob feld

      8 ngày trước

      +Edward FranklinHe was clutch and wanted the last shot. He made the ultimate clutch shot on the biggest stage. He looked forward to playing against the best and stepped his game up. He rose to the occasion. He had a killer instinct like very few. Tenacious offensive and defensively. Good free throw shooter which is huge because he was great at getting foul calls. If Lebron wasn't afraid of the line, he'd be trying to draw fouls and just maybe would've been the most dominant offensive player ever. BUT, HE'S NOT!

  81. Amoebaman

    Amoebaman

    9 ngày trước

    LOW killed this poorly researched video

  82. Nathan Ledford

    Nathan Ledford

    9 ngày trước

    Great video.

  83. Matt H

    Matt H

    9 ngày trước

    LOW completely demolished this video. Seriously, people are giving props on the "research" in this? Especially considering the whole "PPG before and after the rule change" bit where he came to his conclusions based on the average of all cumulative seasons until the players retired? It's amateur, biased, and anyone with even a basic understanding of statistics and research methods could pick this apart piecemeal. It saddens me that people can and are being easily misled by a video lacking in any real qualitative substance. SMH

    • Edward Franklin

      Edward Franklin

      7 ngày trước

      Where is your video?

  84. EZ E

    EZ E

    9 ngày trước

    is that Donaghy?

  85. KING The last pharaoh

    KING The last pharaoh

    9 ngày trước

    Expose Them !!!!!!

  86. STEVEN HEMINGER

    STEVEN HEMINGER

    9 ngày trước

    This video doesn't really make the point the problem is the superstar call. This has always been the issue the standard is different for superstars as opposed to everyone else,.not because it's a softer league

  87. Austin J

    Austin J

    9 ngày trước

    LOW did a great debunking of this video. Really picked it apart in a reasonable manner

    • Austin J

      Austin J

      9 ngày trước

      +King vnchannel.net/vision/video-8nBRV0TKsxo.html

    • King

      King

      9 ngày trước

      Do you have a link?

  88. Bluu Mkuu

    Bluu Mkuu

    9 ngày trước

    This is the problem ! The new NBA is too soft!! Stephen curry would have never been in the real NBA! Let alone MVP! These are hand picked clips! Giannas travels damn near everyone he touches the ball . The skill set of the new NBA is inferior to the real NBA.

  89. Keith Purdue

    Keith Purdue

    9 ngày trước

    The players are pussies, the rules are chickenshit.

  90. tintman831

    tintman831

    9 ngày trước

    The refs have always called a bunch of BS

  91. chris chris

    chris chris

    10 ngày trước

    Hand checking is very small part in defense. You took a very small part of defense and base your whole argument on hand checking. 😂😂😂😂😂. Nice video.

  92. Samuel Smith

    Samuel Smith

    10 ngày trước

    You're forgetting physicality on the part of offensive players as well as zone defense rule changes. Hand check rules are enforced harder but zone in the key is allowed and you can't back up like Barkley anymore. Edit: Lel got further in the video and saw you touched at least on zone D. Imagine hand checking along with zone though.

  93. Dean Slegos

    Dean Slegos

    10 ngày trước

    Back in my day we had to run to the basket, uphill, both ways

  94. Brent  Loy

    Brent Loy

    10 ngày trước

    But it was tougher back then...

  95. John KT

    John KT

    10 ngày trước

    7:44 Stephen Jackson gets exposed hard 😭😭

  96. Miguel Ramirez

    Miguel Ramirez

    10 ngày trước

    When someone who never walked the walk trying to talk

  97. kefkapalazzo1

    kefkapalazzo1

    10 ngày trước

    Been saying this for years

  98. Pusti Bolan

    Pusti Bolan

    10 ngày trước

    It's your opinion...interesting view....but there is no contact at all in todays game...and that is something else... You go to the basket and if defense player touches you it's a foul... If you see those videos that you showed there is a lot of contact all the time...and today Come on

    • Pusti Bolan

      Pusti Bolan

      8 ngày trước

      +Edward Franklin No i am not. I see much better than you. Every contact in todays game is a foul,ridiculous. Of course there is a contact but it will be caled.

    • Edward Franklin

      Edward Franklin

      8 ngày trước

      No contact? Clearly you are blind

  99. snc237

    snc237

    10 ngày trước

    The only difference is players would lay you out going to the rim, now you have to at least make a play for the ball.

    • Edward Franklin

      Edward Franklin

      8 ngày trước

      Thats not basketball

  100. S. O

    S. O

    10 ngày trước

    LMAO remember Wilt saying 90s kids couldn't play in his era? everyone says the same thing

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