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  1. JxmyHighroller

    JxmyHighroller

    3 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 🙌🏽

    • Joseph W.

      Joseph W.

      13 giờ trước

      I wish I could take my view of this video back.

    • Joseph W.

      Joseph W.

      13 giờ trước

      You must be a young guy because this analysis is terrible. This is like listening to a progressive liberal. He keeps using jordan as an example. Not good because we know he got more calls. You should be ashamed of yourself. When you show deceptive scoring averages and know you are being deceptive the rest has to be a lie.

    • Robert Harper

      Robert Harper

      21 giờ trước

      Never will I get sick and be MORE of an expert than physicians...and Never will you be more of an expert than ppl who played on the higher level. 1. You can clearly see D played on a level much tougher then than now even in your own clips... 2. You used the league's premier player as the prime example...and even then he was fouled much harder and more often than Lebron 3. The before-after stats don't take into account aging players 4. Lebron's rookie year he was the primary PG, which gave him an even greater opportunity to score and make plays than later , where he was a 1a or 1b ballhandler... 5. Not watching the games in real time does not help you appreciate the context...for example, maybe the Pistons and Bulls had hella fouls called the previous game bc it was after all a series. Adjustments happen in a series. 6. The youth bball circuit DOES NOT champion defense...I'm 35, so I easily remember the older era and was a part of the new...I recently coached 14U AAU, and we had players literally quit bc we demanded defense be played , while we loved locking up back in the late 90s early 2000s... Lastly, the late 90s and early 2000s era was the era of the SG directly bc the PG Could NOT go 94ft bc of the actual hand in the back...think Sam Cassell, Avery Johnson, Rod Strickland, Nick Van Exel and all the other back down guards who had to get the ball to the 2 man for first chance as scoring opportunities...the new era has Steph , Westbrook, Dame, Kemba, Pre injury Rose( really the alpha of the group) bc you cannot touch them. Its hard for younger cats to understand...but like gangstas on IG and FB compared to silent street guys of yesteryear...you couldn't be an expert on anything MORE than actual participants back then simply bc you can upload a video... It is what it is...as someone who is young enough to understand technological advances of today but old enough to remember pre-Social Networking, times are in fact, no offense meant, PUSSIER! IT IS WHAT IT IS...this video from a unknown expert plucking random stats to be forged into his own narrative, instead of the collective voice industry experts is EXHIBIT 🅰️ !😂🤦🏾‍♂️👍🏾

    • The Horse

      The Horse

      Ngày trước

      .....Less "hand checking" meant a player had to exert more energy on defense to stop the opposing player thus less energy on offense to score........only exception was Kobe because trying to live up to MJ's greatness he got in better physical condition to amplify his scoring prowess.......

    • D A

      D A

      Ngày trước

      u list several stats and try and compare the average scoring rate to physicality man...just watch couple of games and u ll see the physicality in the 80s + 90s was nowhere near U can cherry pick some footage where fouls where actually called but this would be the minority

  2. Leo Webb

    Leo Webb

    19 phút trước

    In the 90s you had to guard your guy.That is literally why defense was better lol

  3. Jerry Craft

    Jerry Craft

    2 giờ trước

    Everyone got older and that’s what it makes it harder.

    • Jerry Craft

      Jerry Craft

      2 giờ trước

      And why don’t you look at the physicality when there wasn’t a foul.

  4. lamaar1986

    lamaar1986

    2 giờ trước

    Maybe they got more foul shots

  5. Dustin Smith

    Dustin Smith

    2 giờ trước

    All people who were entering later stages in his career lol and please you know for a fact they don’t foul like it used to be. Here’s a fact more fouls were called so more free throws so more points. You can’t pick a random event and call it fact either. I’m honestly not one of those people who are dumb enough to think today’s players would suck back then. I know they would shine even though they are divas who play for money. I will give the illegal defense point though. I think they should’ve never changed that rule in the NBA

  6. Kym Harley

    Kym Harley

    3 giờ trước

    Dumbass argument

  7. QAM YASHARAL!

    QAM YASHARAL!

    4 giờ trước

    Illegal defense still exists... its called 3 second rule. The pic in your thumbnail is an example of how the NBA allows Lebron to get away with murder... the rule states: A defensive three-second violation, also known as illegal defense, is a basketball rules infraction in the National Basketball Association (NBA) introduced in the 2001-2002 season. It is assessed when a member of the defending team spends more than three seconds in the free throw lane (also called the key, the 16-foot lane, or "in the paint") while not actively guarding an opponent. To be considered actively guarding, a defender must be within arm's length of an opponent and in a guarding position. This video is trash lmao

  8. Scotney

    Scotney

    4 giờ trước

    Love the statistical analysis. One question in the 80s and 90s with the greater levels of physicality due to the benefits of driving to the basket, were there more free throws? Would the higher points per game averages be due to more free throws? If so then that validates your theory regarding illegal defence and also adds credence to why the game was more physical -> you got more points that way!

  9. QAM YASHARAL!

    QAM YASHARAL!

    4 giờ trước

    Lastly... the fouls are not all blatant. Its alot happening in the trenches that u didnt see that refs used to allow. And jus because they said there were harder fouls does not mean players were full on fist fighting every other posession

  10. QAM YASHARAL!

    QAM YASHARAL!

    4 giờ trước

    Also the "before/after hand check rule graphic" is assonine. Most of those players scoring output went down to injury, age, and role... not defense smh SN: shoutout to Kobe

  11. QAM YASHARAL!

    QAM YASHARAL!

    4 giờ trước

    Couple corrections... Early 2000s is viewed as "90s defense because we still had players from that era" 2000s (Kobe, AI, Tim Duncan era) had the most ridiculous defenses I've seen ending with the Boston Celtics... it wasnt until 2012 that the league became the Charmin tissue that it is today. In other words... this video is misleading and millenial

  12. chillywillydapenguin

    chillywillydapenguin

    4 giờ trước

    Jordan rule, most of those calls went on Jordan and the game became more perimeter oriented. Cut it out.

  13. Llowell Gaddy

    Llowell Gaddy

    6 giờ trước

    You really can't use a video from after the David Stern Jordan rule was implemented to try to bust a myth. Hand checking was a big part of it. It was professional street ball. The way defense was played was changed with the Jordan rule. Cough at the foul line guarding someone other than Jordan while he's coming across half court and get called for a foul with Jordan going to the line. Its like the Brady rule in football. Except it was at a time when Stern wanted to make Jordan the face of the NBA. Then was the restricted area so they could try to accurately call charges. The zone defense was when they wanted to bring the college game to be closer to the NBA. The Jordan rule changed the game. Why do you think Byron Russell gets so much credit? He played Jordan tough even though he knew any close move would get him a foul.

  14. Hi im Ish

    Hi im Ish

    7 giờ trước

    Players today are freaks. Scoring monsters all of them.

  15. JU Tube

    JU Tube

    7 giờ trước

    Every clip where jordan gets bodied. Its the Pistons.

  16. Twin Vision

    Twin Vision

    9 giờ trước

    Lol

  17. EgoCrush

    EgoCrush

    10 giờ trước

    Hand checking was never a big deal in my opinion. I grew up watching Mike, Magic, and Bird and hand checking never stopped me on the court. However when things were easier for me my performance would diminish because there was no sense of urgency. Most guys I know need defense to flourish but some guys if you leave them open they will drain shots all day. IMO it's not about hand checking it's just about heart. Lebron is treated like Moses and everyone else is the Red Sea.

  18. somerican pillar

    somerican pillar

    10 giờ trước

    Old school nba players on 📺 are the biggest haters

  19. Rajeya

    Rajeya

    12 giờ trước

    Guess you would just have to live in that time to understand. The game is soft today no doubt. You got so much flopping and James Harden is the prime example of cheap foul calls. Players nowadays complain so much about everything. Jordan would average at least 50 points a game today no doubt. Steph Curry literally gets blown on and gets a call. Lol. Imagine Shaq down on the block today, he wouldn't be able to play because he would get called for an offensive foul every possession. There are no true centers today, weak sauce.

  20. UltraMicroBudget

    UltraMicroBudget

    13 giờ trước

    People got older and they scored less... Duh

  21. Joseph W.

    Joseph W.

    13 giờ trước

    Wow this was a super deceptive video, I had to check the description, I thought I was watching CNN or MSNBC. I'm not going to break it all down but he only showed MJ getting hand check calls which could be just because there is more MJ video out there but also everyone knows MJ got many more calls than anyone else. Also the all star roster breakdown of points scored before and after was deceptive as well, he is showing players career averages before and after. Almost all players score more points in there first 3 seasons than they do in their last 3 seasons unless they get injured. So showing shaq at 25 plus points before and 16 after is so deceptive. He averaged 20 plus in his first year and then went up to nearly 29. Also most of these guys were passed their peak except for 2 or 3 people. The greatest players of all time saying things were harder then then now arent just lying. This was a super cowardice move on your part.

  22. Man-o: Voice of Revolution

    Man-o: Voice of Revolution

    16 giờ trước

    The players started to lack skills In 2000's! It wasn't due to defense! They could barley shoot! The players were more skilled in the 80's and 90's. You had players that could post up giving you more point efficiency. These guys today only have like 3 players on the court that are consistent scoring threats.

  23. Bryant Irawan

    Bryant Irawan

    16 giờ trước

    easy explanation for why PPG dropped after hand checking. the players got older...

    • Money Mitch

      Money Mitch

      7 giờ trước

      Bryant Irawan easy explanation to your comment. You’re fucking retarted. Every example used for the most part im their prime or right toward the end of their prime. If there was going to be any change, it wouldve happened. It didnt. It wasnt an age thing. Paul pierce got old from 04 to 05 and never ageraged those same amount of points again ? Some yall ed 😂😂

  24. Habits

    Habits

    17 giờ trước

    You have to think about their prime and people get washed up later in their career retard. It was a lot harder in the nba during the 80’s-90’s to play period.

  25. Mookoos Kookoolatoos

    Mookoos Kookoolatoos

    18 giờ trước

    Your argument that the in the 80s they scored more PPG than in the 00s is invalid simply because the number of good and skilled players in the league grew exponentially vs the 80s. Of course they had more scrub players than in the 00s and the good ones could just score on them. Thus, more PPG in the 80s.

  26. USABUSBUAB

    USABUSBUAB

    19 giờ trước

    i think it was harder just happened more frequently with forced easier situations

  27. Lamar Davis

    Lamar Davis

    19 giờ trước

    He down playing everything, statistics don’t show grit and grind. Don’t believe the hype.

  28. Zexc Shiny

    Zexc Shiny

    19 giờ trước

    Zone defense with legal hand checking... now that would be tough to play against

  29. Christopher Fair

    Christopher Fair

    20 giờ trước

    It's total BS. Jesus if you sneezed in Jordan's zipcode he went to the line. Half his fucking points are from the line. Jesus LOOK at all those soft ass calls he got! This video only shows a few, he got THOUSANDS of those soft ass calls. Jordan is such a fucking punk, sitting there talking like he's some warrior from a by gone era when he's the very reason today's game is so soft. Fuck him. Good video.

  30. Jackson Pergley

    Jackson Pergley

    20 giờ trước

    The Game is softer than baby shit in 2019

  31. Josh James

    Josh James

    21 giờ trước

    At 3:16 dude in the stands

  32. Caesar Cannon

    Caesar Cannon

    21 giờ trước

    Good video

  33. Vivek Rameses

    Vivek Rameses

    22 giờ trước

    NBA is so soft now it's ridiculous.

  34. C-lo Mx

    C-lo Mx

    22 giờ trước

    Is this an assualt on MJ because he the one you pulling out the NBA, please, so what is your point.

  35. Shen Ken

    Shen Ken

    22 giờ trước

    The main reason why players are scoring more post hand-checking rule are the free throws.

  36. bovedli

    bovedli

    23 giờ trước

    I remember when I played the game way back. Zone defense was like a nightmare to play against. I was a point guard and I really loved to crossover and then either shoot the J but mostly just drive. But with zone defense, because I was really short - I still could drive insidr the paint but suddenly I was like triple teamed and shit. That shit’s fucking hard! Really good video thanks!

  37. DISCO-INFERNO-70

    DISCO-INFERNO-70

    Ngày trước

    Jordan was given special treatment by the NBA throughout his entire career. If you SNEEZED within 10 feet of Jordan, You got called for a foul. LMFAO, half of the hand check clips showed players defending against Jordan getting called. Not ONE call against Jordan, who was always leading the league in steals, due to HIS use of hand checks.

  38. Brock Griffith

    Brock Griffith

    Ngày trước

    You mean to tell me that previous generations over exaggerate how good the “good ‘old days” were? ... weird 🙄

  39. Travis Thompson

    Travis Thompson

    Ngày trước

    You jumped on hand checking, and didnt realize the rules that came into place know the facts dude. Dont jist get hopped up on one fact.

  40. Travis Thompson

    Travis Thompson

    Ngày trước

    Man to man was the only defense up,until the 2000s they started to allow zone defenses.

    • Travis Thompson

      Travis Thompson

      Ngày trước

      And the defensive three rule came in the 2000s. Your wrong in every way.

  41. DeathMonk TV

    DeathMonk TV

    Ngày trước

    Most of the players you claim should have benefitted from the enforcement of the hand checking rule declined, reduced to role players or were retired or out of the league. Some of the players you listed were not prolific scorers or were handcuffed due to the systems they played in. Keep in mind that most if not all were 8 years in the league. Also, most if not all of these players did not reach their primes in either the 80's or 90's when the games were physical. VC is 21 yrs. in and of course his play declined after 2003. If anything the enforcement of the hand check rule kept them in the league longer then they should have been.

  42. DeathMonk TV

    DeathMonk TV

    Ngày trước

    That first hand check on Jordan was called by the commentator. It was the swipe at the ball that drew the whistle.

  43. DeathMonk TV

    DeathMonk TV

    Ngày trước

    Hand checking meant that bigger and more physical players would thrive in the NBA.

  44. Jimmy Gritz

    Jimmy Gritz

    Ngày trước

    Idk man.. I played prison ball for some years. And became an efficient scorer.. Went to they local Y when I came home where these ppl just let you go. Somehow I was far less efficient as well. Lending credit to your point. Maybe just what your used too. But expecting contact and NOT getting it makes it VERY hard to finish. But you HAD to brace for that impact or you'll be hurt. That may be why they struggled as well. What yall think?

  45. Unbelievabro

    Unbelievabro

    Ngày trước

    1. The game was more physical in the 80s-90s. What was just a hard foul the would more than likely get you ejected now. 2. Flopping was a thing back then, but nowhere near as prevalent as it is today, to suggest otherwise is ridiculous. And 3. From the way you talk about it, don’t think you actually understand what hand checking was. This video was very well put together, but it also shows that you didn’t watch much basketball except for the current era.

  46. Kyle Packard

    Kyle Packard

    Ngày trước

    Just an idea, maybe you can de-bunk it, but were there less fouls before the rule? And if so, was the tempo of the game quicker, more fast breaks leading to higher efficiency? I just feel like there are so many fouls now that tempo of the game can get thrown away.

  47. barungis sama

    barungis sama

    Ngày trước

    cherry picking

  48. jermaine Menefield

    jermaine Menefield

    Ngày trước

    I say zone defense

  49. Nelson Garcia

    Nelson Garcia

    Ngày trước

    When i played basketball i got beat by a stick yall r weak

  50. Blurry Bøy

    Blurry Bøy

    Ngày trước

    I still prefer the older eras... just more fun to watch in my opinion. And there’s nothing wrong with more scoring 🤷🏻‍♂️

  51. J0hnny8rav0

    J0hnny8rav0

    Ngày trước

    There is no truth in the nba, only Paul pierce.

  52. Andy Velasquez

    Andy Velasquez

    Ngày trước

    LeBron would of never survived back then!!!

  53. MER

    MER

    Ngày trước

    Not gonna lie when I played high school ball I bumped people and hand checked all the time. I just didn’t care if I got called for a foul

  54. Tim Bibin

    Tim Bibin

    Ngày trước

    The game is a LOT of bit softy today Mr Horry

  55. 007

    007

    Ngày trước

    Teams scored more because they were more hungry to score. "Physical contact or not" Now that more fouls are being called players are getting soft and relaxing. That is why they are scoring lower than back in the day.

  56. Mike Leone

    Mike Leone

    Ngày trước

    Clearly biased against MJ and that era. The hand check foul isn't why scoring was easier it's the fear of suspension and loss of playtime and money that caused players to stop caring enough to play hard

  57. Michael k

    Michael k

    Ngày trước

    Defensive haven’t gotten worse, offence has become better.

  58. O Yea Bet

    O Yea Bet

    Ngày trước

    Where is Bruce Blitz

  59. O Yea Bet

    O Yea Bet

    Ngày trước

    Where is Bruce Blitz

  60. noir sept

    noir sept

    Ngày trước

    Pseudo science

  61. noir sept

    noir sept

    Ngày trước

    We're supposed to believe you over Michael Jordan

  62. xXVelazquez10Xx

    xXVelazquez10Xx

    Ngày trước

    I’m relatively new to basketball so I don’t know the ins and outs of the game fully, but why is removing the illegal defense rule a bad thing? I feel like the new system would reward teams with good defensive schemes and force offenses to be adapt and be less linear. This is probably why the 3 point shot has become so important, bc of better defensive schemes in the paint. I haven’t seen a single team besides the Warriors who have some of the best shooters in history completely dominate the league. If anyone I’d say Rockets came close a few seasons ago and even then they had their weaknesses. Teams have to adapt and play smarter. Also, on your point about fouls from the 90s being about the same as they are today, it would have help to show any rough plays that would probably have been marked as a foul today but weren’t in the game. I feel that’s what most guys allude to when they say the game was tougher back in the day, a lot more was left unchecked

  63. Bobby Kerr

    Bobby Kerr

    Ngày trước

    We’ll hand checking isn’t a shooting foul is it? So that means it may take the ball out of the player who drew the foul there for taking his chance to score away sometimes also. Players like Jordan although drawing a “foul” in the current era was able to play threw the contact the current players would wine about and score that’s the difference.so using your theory teams that play golden state what have 6 guys in the game to double KD Stephen Curry , Clay Thompson or is one of those guys always open can’t be both.Hope you reply back and answer these questions for me.

  64. Seyam Rahman

    Seyam Rahman

    Ngày trước

    As big shaq would say: Check The statistiques

  65. Anton Olufayo

    Anton Olufayo

    Ngày trước

    I mean, u can pick highlights from the NBA to make any narrative. It was definately more physical. What about verticality, freedom of movement...the landing area. Its definately different. One way to explain the drop in points could be that the games slowed down due to more fouls called... Easy to pick and choose favorable stats too.

  66. Mr. Tibbs

    Mr. Tibbs

    Ngày trước

    You know nothing 😂

  67. Bray_25 !

    Bray_25 !

    Ngày trước

    4:30: Did you ever think about the pace of the game?

  68. Benjamin Fo

    Benjamin Fo

    Ngày trước

    In all of the clips you posted from the 80s and 90s there wasn't 1 flop lmao .

  69. KingOfKongs

    KingOfKongs

    Ngày trước

    IT IS JUST UNDEBATBLE THAT THE NBA IS TOO SOFT

  70. Alvin Espino

    Alvin Espino

    Ngày trước

    This is trash kid you dunno what ya talking about. Kids today are creating content that they dont have any idea.

  71. Xenofon Grigoriadis

    Xenofon Grigoriadis

    Ngày trước

    What do you think, in addition to that, about the influence of players from former European east bloc, first mostly Yugoslavs, who were not athletic, big and much much better shooters then Americans?

  72. Joshua Christodoulou

    Joshua Christodoulou

    Ngày trước

    Who has ever been told that :12

  73. logan is cool right mc

    logan is cool right mc

    Ngày trước

    dddddeddddddddou

  74. Vee ,iPee

    Vee ,iPee

    Ngày trước

    Well did you try to do the corelation analysis of handchek and points scored, i thunk you can not make this direct conclusions as bball is a complex game , what i would say is that the referees could give a bigger advantage to a “protected” star, i would say that as any sport the athlets improved in the training process , they ar bigger stronger so its a more physicall game as everyone is playing, but as physicall contact, for sure is a softer or les sphysicall game...

    • Vee ,iPee

      Vee ,iPee

      Ngày trước

      And not seeing the phisicallity on fouls of the pistons is because the camera follows just the ball)))

    • Vee ,iPee

      Vee ,iPee

      Ngày trước

      For example def rebounds ar in bigger correlation in points scored compared to offensive rebounds, even if offensive is many times a tap in etc... so you would need a far more scientific approach to say how much handcheck influences scorring, maybe its insignificant on how much time players spend on practicing shooting,....as for the exapmles from the era before , there are so many errors mad eby refferes that we could make a video stating that stepping on a line wasnt out of bound, just by choosing which moments of the thousends of games played ))

  75. Vikki Bowers

    Vikki Bowers

    Ngày trước

    There were other rules that created the stats issue.

  76. Vikki Bowers

    Vikki Bowers

    Ngày trước

    All of your examples were obvious hand checks. The rule wasn't enforced like it is today. If it was obvious, they called it. If they thought it happened, they didn't call it unless they were 100%. And it had to be game altering...

  77. George Krowicki

    George Krowicki

    Ngày trước

    The low scoring has to do with the ZONE defense. Jxmy is taking one cause as proof to discredit an unrelated claim.

  78. Fábio Gonçalves

    Fábio Gonçalves

    Ngày trước

    I think there should not be a defense rule period. All strategies shoulf be valid to force teams to adapt. The game would be more tactical and interesting in my opinion

  79. Alexander Locke

    Alexander Locke

    Ngày trước

    Every generation thinks theirs was the hardest/best. It’s humans

  80. iOnsteins Engineering Group BMW BENZ AMP REBUILDERS

    iOnsteins Engineering Group BMW BENZ AMP REBUILDERS

    Ngày trước

    If iys easier to score in today's game then yesterday's stars will have to compensate defensively therefore limiting their offensive efficiency. That is why it doesnt matter. In the end, things even out regardless of circumstance. The price must be paid on the other end of the court.

  81. MCM Jakke

    MCM Jakke

    Ngày trước

    Todays NBA is soft...Period

  82. Ameer Zackery

    Ameer Zackery

    Ngày trước

    Shout out to Chronicles of Judah 144

  83. John Robinson

    John Robinson

    Ngày trước

    Jordan had special calls

  84. Daniel Manning

    Daniel Manning

    Ngày trước

    Well, wouldn't we expect teams to count on their stars more if scoring is more difficult? Then if scoring is easier, wouldn't ppg be spread out across the team more?

  85. Benjamin Werth

    Benjamin Werth

    Ngày trước

    Zone. Any advantage that was gained from eliminating the Hand Check is more than mitigated by the allowance of Zone... The real issue is not about overall physicality, but how the refs treat flagrant fouls. The game is more physical NOW. But, they don't allow ridiculous cheap shots anymore.

  86. Willie

    Willie

    Ngày trước

    Appreciated for all the effort you've put in....but i don't bought it tho.....imo, the defense was definitely better in old days...can't just explained it by pure stats...

  87. Gotem gaming

    Gotem gaming

    Ngày trước

    Steals/turnovers lead to fast breaks which leads to easy points

  88. JungleMafiaMusic

    JungleMafiaMusic

    Ngày trước

    Steven Jackson was drafted in 97’ not 00 he was waived by the pheonix suns then played in the cba and oversees before returning to the nba .

  89. Nathan Mitchell

    Nathan Mitchell

    Ngày trước

    Tell this is Giannis.

  90. stoicien31

    stoicien31

    Ngày trước

    Too many unknown to tha equation

  91. Gobble

    Gobble

    Ngày trước

    Amount of likes this comment gets is how many times there was clips with Jordan...

  92. Daniel Perez

    Daniel Perez

    Ngày trước

    crap video

  93. Ray Cash

    Ray Cash

    Ngày trước

    Here’s some examples of hand checking then shows all Michael Jordan clips 😂😂

    • Scott Lawrence

      Scott Lawrence

      12 giờ trước

      I'll tell you that I started watching basketball in 1989 and man Jordan used to get literally wrapped up and slammed by the pistons almost every time he went in

  94. Reece Kangas

    Reece Kangas

    Ngày trước

    Who else just noticed stephon Marburrys change was higher after 6:14

  95. John Hall

    John Hall

    Ngày trước

    Yeah illegal defense absolutely made the game way easier

  96. e

    e

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    Basketball and Football soft asf now smdh😣😣

  97. BigPapaDave

    BigPapaDave

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    Now if you barely skim somebody they flop and it's a technical

  98. Kee-pyor Myndopen

    Kee-pyor Myndopen

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    Brilliant vid my dude. Well put together

  99. KayVee

    KayVee

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    I respect NBA veterans but I would like to see MJ go on a fast break while LeBron chases him...

    • QAM YASHARAL!

      QAM YASHARAL!

      4 giờ trước

      If a old Kobe could do it, Im SURE MJ could lmaoo smh

    • Hi im Ish

      Hi im Ish

      7 giờ trước

      @Scott Lawrence ?? LeBron is a freak (50 pounds more and taller) who tops 22+ mph on the court. Jordan in general is a wee bit faster, if and only if he went full sprint otherwise lebron would be right on his tail every time. Both are freaks of nature but LeBron is definitely the bigger taller faster stronger freak.

    • Scott Lawrence

      Scott Lawrence

      8 giờ trước

      @Gerson Suerte Felipe what? Lol there's absolutely no way lebron is faster than mj, that's like me saying that mj is stronger than lebron

    • Gerson Suerte Felipe

      Gerson Suerte Felipe

      9 giờ trước

      Nah. Lbj is faster than mj. Look at the statistical numbers not just on the video bruhs. 😑

    • Scott Lawrence

      Scott Lawrence

      12 giờ trước

      Mj isn't quite as big or tall as lebron but Michael was just crazy fast and would get wherever he wants whenever he wants, I remember everyone going crazy when they said that ai crossed him, well Michael was 35 years old and Allen was 19 soooooo, also Michael recovered to get a hand in Allen face

  100. Mitch Battles

    Mitch Battles

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    You sound like a nerd with all of these metrics. It was clearly more physical in back in the day.. your trying to break it down from a mathmatical stand point, but that is irrelevant when it comes to in game situations such as uncalled fouls and ECT.

    • Zac Davis

      Zac Davis

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      You sound like a butthurt oldhead🤦‍♂️ He literally said it was more physical. But I bet you didnt even watch the whe thing.

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