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Media SL - Second Life
Media SL - Second Life 9 tundi tagasi
Super 😜
Garrett A
Garrett A 9 tundi tagasi
His shot looked better back then. He worked hard to develop that shot to Westbrick level.
jdb316
jdb316 10 tundi tagasi
When did CBS start adding the announcers’ commentary to One Shining Moment? I prefer letting the highlights speak for themselves here.
Eli Maiorana
Eli Maiorana 11 tundi tagasi
Make these things longer olz
Al Armstrong
Al Armstrong 14 tundi tagasi
good
Akando Arlo
Akando Arlo 14 tundi tagasi
gooo
Ainsley Arlie
Ainsley Arlie 15 tundi tagasi
yess
Delton Joa
Delton Joa 15 tundi tagasi
Russell Westbrook with a jumpshot and defense
Labiang Jonathan
Labiang Jonathan 16 tundi tagasi
1:19:13 😭😭😭
Aiken Arkwright
Aiken Arkwright 16 tundi tagasi
love
Aiken Aric
Aiken Aric 16 tundi tagasi
go
Scott Lowman.
Scott Lowman. 17 tundi tagasi
Spring break 1985. Parents wanted me to go to my grandparents for the week. Said I wasn't going unless I watched the game. I went & got to watch the game. Glad I didn't miss it!
robert culver
robert culver 18 tundi tagasi
Kentucky won it all 1978,!!
Walker Hiatt
Walker Hiatt 19 tundi tagasi
He isn’t wrong
J.A. Allison
J.A. Allison 19 tundi tagasi
...... NC's great lineup of Jordan, Sam Perkins, Brad Daugherty and Kenny Smith looked overpowering but freshman Smith was ineffective with broken wrist, Jordan had foul trouble, soph Daugherty suffered in-game injury. Indiana shot lights out for the game (almost 70%) matched up well, got great games from Steve Alford & 7-2 center Blab. They also played great team D & ran efficient offense. Kinda like when "little" Princeton almost knocked off Alonzo Mourning & (No. 1 seed) Georgetown in 1993. It can always happen, as No. 16 UBMC proved vs. No. 1 Virginia in 2018, All four of the following great coaches all stumbled multiple times in early rounds of the NCAAs or before they even got to the NCAA tournament. ... it's interesting... Dean Smith, Bob Knight, John Wooden and Mike Krzyzewski all played for great coaches (Phog Allen, Fred Taylor, Ward Lambert, Bob Knight). Wooden (Purdue 1932) and Knight (Ohio State 1960) and Dean (1952 Kansas) all played for NCAA champs. Wooden (12.1 ppg) was the "better" college player -- retroactively being named "Player of the Year" in 1932 (as the NCAA did not exist yet) and Purdue was named "national champs" by the Helms Athletic Foundation & Premo-Poretta Poll -- two separate organizations that retroactively gave out awards to previous basketball teams, players from late 1890s through 1938. Smith, Knight and Krzyzewski (at Army) were all average Division I college players in college (2 ppg to 7 ppg) who learned well from their head coaches and, with Wooden, all went on to teach the game extremely well and successfully, all becoming the winningest coach of all time when each retired (though Krzyzewski is still coaching). That is remarkable... and begets the winners become bigger winners theory in life. Also interesting, all four were born in the midwest: Wooden (Indiana), Smith (Kansas), Knight (Ohio) and Krzyzewski (Illinois). Yes Wooden has 10 NCAA titles, Krzyzewski 5, Knight 3 and Smith 2... After reading books on each... I believe you can make a case for each as the greatest coach(es) since 1960. Smith, Knight & Krzyzewski all coached in the Mideast or East -- where, objectively, in their eras, there was much stronger competition to get to the Final Four than in the West. Remember, too... Only conference champs could compete for NCAA titles thru almost all of Wooden's era (1947-1975) while Smith, Knight & Coach K all had to battle tough, talented national powerhouse teams hungry for redemption in every round in the East. And each had to win usually 5 or 6 games to become national champs. During Wooden's era, you only had to win 4 games against half western universities to claim a crown (less teams were invited, bracket was NOT balanced yet by NCAA). What Wooden's UCLA teams were able to do was remarkable -- 10 titles in 12 years -- the result of great coaching fundamentals from Wooden, great strategy from assistant Jerry Norman, PLUS the recruiting help of famous black UCLA alumni like Jackie Robinson (Baseball's breaker of the color barrier), Ralph Bunche (U.S. United Nations rep), Willie Naulls (NBA vet), Arthur Ashe (U.S. Open champ), and Rafer Johnson (Olympic Decathlon champ) all helped draw some of the nation's BEST basketball players to the West Coast & UCLA. Whoever got Lew Alcindor & Bill Walton was going to the Final Four every year, just like Bill Russell & Wilt Chamberlain took their teams to the NCAA Final in their college days. Alcindor (for race appeal reasons) and Walton (local boy) WANTED to come to UCLA. I consider Alcindor & Walton to be the two most complete college players of all time. With Pete Maravich at point guard & Oscar Robertson at the other guard I would round out my all-time team, Wilt & Russell as my 5th starter, 1st sub. Wooden, most successful... sure, hands down. Yet, all his early great black players (Naulls, Walt Hazzard, Lew Alcindor, Lucius Allen, etc.) all considered quitting the team after their sophomore years ("A Coach's Life" by Seth Davis, 2014 copyright) there as the on-campus culture (ex. no dorms for blacks) or Wooden's non-communication, detached off-court persona, and not explaining why you would be benched, stressed them all out to the max. UCLA booster/friend Sam Gilbert stepped in with hospitality at his house & elsewhere to save the day for UCLA fans with Hazzard, Alcindor & Allen, according to Davis' book. Wooden communicated the Xs and Os of hoops tremendously in practice... according to his players, he was below average at relating to them as people while they were there. Dean Smith's players had a much more positive experience with him....same with Krzyzewski's guys. Knight's ? More of a mixed bag of memories, like Wooden's. According to his book, Wooden did not talk to you much if you were not in his top 7 player rotation. And he gave his top players more leeway when it came to breaking team rules, curfews, etc. "Greatest coach" ever then? Tough call to make. Most enjoyable "great coach" to play for ? For life lessons, success & relatability... I gotta go with Dean Smith. Though playing with Bill Walton probably would have been a lot of fun... Keep ballin' all you hoopers !
Mark Browning
Mark Browning 22 tundi tagasi
Best and worst tournament game ever. Best because....well just watch it for youself. You'll need no further proof. Worst because the wrong team won. And I mean the wrongest of all wrong teams that has ever wronged.
Jacob Hill
Jacob Hill 22 tundi tagasi
Tech’s D lost the game....
Pat Early
Pat Early Päev tagasi
Very excellent! Thank you for sharing and God bless everyone
yesher12
yesher12 Päev tagasi
To know what has happened to our team today, with Beard turning his back on us, this video is bitter sweet. That 2019 team was incredible. I hope Adams has much success.
G Ws
G Ws Päev tagasi
Talent is just insane when recognize the names
David Solomon
David Solomon Päev tagasi
Love him or hate him. Respect him or disrespect him. Laettner is one of the top college basketball players of all time. 4 final fours and 2 titles at Duke. He finished 10 for 10 from both the floor and free throw line. I'm not putting him on the same level as Lew Alcindor or Bill Walton, but he's on a short list of players to follow them.
Clark Bucher
Clark Bucher Päev tagasi
7:14 - NOT a travel
Johann baniqued
Johann baniqued Päev tagasi
I am a Loyola-Chicago alum, but I liked watching these Yellow Jackets play.
Matthew Anderson
Matthew Anderson Päev tagasi
One of the 10 best games in March Madness history with the finish
Duhew Game
Duhew Game Päev tagasi
hello?
Gamil Game
Gamil Game Päev tagasi
2021
Ekal Zian
Ekal Zian Päev tagasi
woyy
Dewa Game
Dewa Game Päev tagasi
love
Kaliba King
Kaliba King Päev tagasi
Lol arizona
Toke Game
Toke Game Päev tagasi
live
Eli Maiorana
Eli Maiorana Päev tagasi
Plz stop giving away the score in the thumbnail and/or text Im not one of them but some people like to watch the highlights to find out who won
Ab Ata
Ab Ata Päev tagasi
Boston or Pelicans is the fit team for him
Betef Game
Betef Game Päev tagasi
go
PhillyJay. OnePlus 6T- Samsung A51 5G
PhillyJay. OnePlus 6T- Samsung A51 5G Päev tagasi
Gonzaga got exposed vs baylor now they can go back to playing Pepperdine, LMU, Portland, Pacific, St Mary's, San Francisco San Diego etc I so glad they didn't win the title.
PhillyJay. OnePlus 6T- Samsung A51 5G
PhillyJay. OnePlus 6T- Samsung A51 5G Päev tagasi
Gonzaga got exposed vs baylor now they can go back to playing Pepperdine, LMU, Portland, Pacific, St Mary's, San Francisco San Diego etc I so glad they didn't win the title.
Nick Tharp
Nick Tharp Päev tagasi
This year and the year with the blue and white squad we're definitely Kentucky's funnest calipari years!!! Good times
Jim Criniti
Jim Criniti Päev tagasi
THE Overrated State University.
Jahari Alex
Jahari Alex Päev tagasi
I would take him with the number 1 pick. He can score off the dribble, score off the ball, post up, running floater, get to the basket, deadly 3 point shooter, and plays big on the big stage. Plus he's only 20 and 6'6.
Ryo Fujiwara
Ryo Fujiwara Päev tagasi
Charles Barkley reacting like Auburn won it all!
Rob Software
Rob Software Päev tagasi
21:48
Rob Software
Rob Software Päev tagasi
24:57 is like his inner-Kobe laser focus emerges
Sport Trends
Sport Trends Päev tagasi
How is 69-69 tie game just 48 percent probability and not 50 percent
Kash 45
Kash 45 Päev tagasi
LOL it almost happened again
walterlv01
walterlv01 Päev tagasi
Iowa won a backyard scrap against Cincinnati in the first round. They fell in a pressure cooker to Tennessee in the second round. Tennessee came up just short in an overtime classic to Purdue in the Sweet 16, while Purdue lost a gut-wrenching overtime epic against Virginia in the Elite Eight. Virginia would survive two legendary games in the Final Four to capture their only national title. What a region this was.
MRC 4Real
MRC 4Real Päev tagasi
People be sleeping on him bro I swear he raw
Brian
Brian Päev tagasi
I went by the seed this year and flipped a coin for the rest. I did really well and if one coin flip would've gone the other way, I would've won a $10 gift card that I didn't really want anyways.
walterlv01
walterlv01 Päev tagasi
I remember feeling bad for Bryce Drew after he missed the first 3 - seeing the expression on his and his dad's faces realizing that their little school's one chance at glory was probably gone, but hey, at least they could live with knowing they took their best shot at it. Little did anyone know what was to follow.
Pukysand
Pukysand Päev tagasi
Georgetown basketball was the original fab 5 in the 80's. They rocked every Nike shoe that came out and started trendsetting for the community
Isaac Gardner
Isaac Gardner Päev tagasi
Adam an OG
Kinetic Chain
Kinetic Chain 2 päeva tagasi
Nasty man
Tumbleweed Connection
Tumbleweed Connection 2 päeva tagasi
I was at this game... what a classic between two big east teams in what was perhaps the greatest season by a conference ever. 3 #1 seeds, 4 teams made elite 8 and 2 made the final 4
Julian Johnson
Julian Johnson 2 päeva tagasi
who would’ve thought this dude would become the goat as we know today🐐
Bowen Chen
Bowen Chen 2 päeva tagasi
Dude lowkey looks like Ja Morant and plays like Donovan Mitchell
Nicholas Woods
Nicholas Woods 2 päeva tagasi
absolute stud
Matt Hartley Jr.
Matt Hartley Jr. 2 päeva tagasi
Thank YOU March Madness this was awesome to watch especially the CBS side of things 😎🎊👏💚
Loic Berton Izere
Loic Berton Izere 2 päeva tagasi
His game is the same like Donovan Mitchell
TKBOUTDOORS
TKBOUTDOORS 2 päeva tagasi
karnowski looks like lojo
Jesus is Lord
Jesus is Lord 2 päeva tagasi
JESUS IS KING
Surigao Strait
Surigao Strait 2 päeva tagasi
Hubert Davis... ol boy... you got some HUGE shoes to fill! This UNC alum wishes you all the best too!
Condor Boss
Condor Boss 2 päeva tagasi
I managed to beat the odds and do significantly _worse_ than chance in my picks. (I know absolutely nothing about basketball, BTW.)
Healthy Habits
Healthy Habits 2 päeva tagasi
Man that crazy how his speed and hops improved in the nba. U can tell he went hard in the gym
Kai TheeeGuy
Kai TheeeGuy 2 päeva tagasi
Stepoàn curry
walterlv01
walterlv01 2 päeva tagasi
You know it was an awesome Elite Eight weekend when this was the LEAST exciting of the four games played.
Diana Deleon
Diana Deleon 2 päeva tagasi
I saw him play in person. The whole team was amazing!!
Stazia Kibera
Stazia Kibera 2 päeva tagasi
The Rmj experiment on EEpost
Stazia Kibera
Stazia Kibera 2 päeva tagasi
The rmj experiment on EEpost
Media SL - Second Life
Media SL - Second Life 2 päeva tagasi
extraordinary 😜
Wolfsky9
Wolfsky9 2 päeva tagasi
I was a total gym rat until i was forced to stop, at 40 y/o----------------i cried my heart out when i was told i had to stop due to continued calf injuries. I love this game & this game is why.----------------------wolfSky9, 74 y/o
Conner Sutton
Conner Sutton 2 päeva tagasi
Hi.
James Burt
James Burt 2 päeva tagasi
Shaka gone! Thank you ACU for helping get rid of one of the most overpaid, under achieving coach in sports besides Tom Herman.. Wasted millions of dollars on a coach with 0 wins in NCAA tourney in six years. Poor Marquette.
Rad 22
Rad 22 2 päeva tagasi
People say he smells so bad coz he dont shower
James Lewison
James Lewison 2 päeva tagasi
Congrats to Baylor! It felt like they were destined to win throughout the entire tournament.
Bodian Landing
Bodian Landing 2 päeva tagasi
He was really a big star back in the day. I remember a game-day bubble gum of his was picked up by a kid and got auctioned for a hefty price. Those were the days
C. K.
C. K. 2 päeva tagasi
Yes that's Celtics announcer Mike Gorman calling March Madness on CBS
Jarrett Brown
Jarrett Brown 2 päeva tagasi
I need the pelicans to draft this man
C. K.
C. K. 2 päeva tagasi
Think about all the great UNC teams under Dean Smith that DIDN'T win it all yet somehow a team led by Eric freaking Montross did
Mike
Mike 2 päeva tagasi
I had more fun watching Morrison play than anyone I can remember. I was at his game vs. LMU in his junior year when he scored 37 points in the second half... one of many highlight games that year
Billy Joe McAllister
Billy Joe McAllister 2 päeva tagasi
I knew it was the LA broadcast before checking for a logo to be sure ( top left ).