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1962 NBA all-star game highlights

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That's the all-star game in which Chamberlain broke the record for most points scored in an all-star game by a player, scoring 42 on around 75% efficiency. This record still stands.

In this video you can see Russell and Chamberlain smashing the offensive boards, Bill also sharing blocks here and there, Oscar scoring any way he likes and no one can do anything about it, Pettit hits his jumpers, Baylor does some acrobatics (including a sick reverse layup) etc.

It worths a look.

Enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8Woc6rabeE

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Wilt and Russ on the same team is simply ridiculous. Wilt's athleticism also ridiculous.

Cousy showing some great ballhandling even with those rules, plus that great passing

Oscar just a beast, the man could do it all on offense.

Baylor was also just spectacular going to the hoop.

Pettit was simply a great shooter.

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Wilt and Russ on the same team is simply ridiculous. Wilt's athleticism also ridiculous.

Cousy showing some great ballhandling even with those rules, plus that great passing

Oscar just a beast, the man could do it all on offense.

Baylor was also just spectacular going to the hoop.

Pettit was simply a great shooter.

 

 

I'm very impressed by Oscar's handling in his era. He was the pioneer of the inside and out move. 

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Cliff Hagan's last of his 5 all star seasons this was.  62 might be the best year in the history of the NBA with many players having their peak seasons in it. 

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I'm very impressed by Oscar's handling in his era. He was the pioneer of the inside and out move. 

Agreed, even with the rules he was able to pull some good moves and kept the dribble tight. Also Cousy with some nice spins and change of direction.

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Wow I think the worst D-league team now could beat either of those teams lol. They all look like they haven't been in the weight room or ever touched a basketball before

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Wow I think the worst D-league team now could beat either of those teams lol. They all look like they haven't been in the weight room or ever touched a basketball before

Thanks for proving your ignorance once again.

 

This section is not your forte... just go.

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Thanks for proving your ignorance once again.

 

This section is not your forte... just go.

Sorry I can't read cursive writing

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Thanks for proving your ignorance once again.

 

This section is not your forte... just go.

That dude said Jordan would be a scrub in today's NBA, amongst other things of that nature... I don't think he even deserves a reply anymore. I really don't like to really disrespect or push anyone away but I'd simply say basketball is not his forte, or even close to it.

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That dude said Jordan would be a scrub in today's NBA, amongst other things of that nature... I don't think he even deserves a reply anymore. I really don't like to really disrespect or push anyone away but I'd simply say basketball is not his forte, or even close to it.

He also said that Irving >>> Isiah. But yeah, saying MJ would average 10 ppg when he averaged 23 at 40 years of age in his (MaverixFan) precious era of the 00's... is so dumb...

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He also said that Irving >>> Isiah. But yeah, saying MJ would average 10 ppg when he averaged 23 at 40 years of age in his (MaverixFan) precious era of the 00's... is so dumb...

*facepalm*

I think that, according to him, it was not in the LeBron James era, that started a year after Jordan left (guess that, in his mind, all the players across the NBA got replaced or something idk...)

Yeah but he already proved what he brings to the table...

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*facepalm*

I think that, according to him, it was not in the LeBron James era, that started a year after Jordan left (guess that, in his mind, all the players across the NBA got replaced or something idk...)

Yeah but he already proved what he brings to the table...

LMAO... look at this...

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LMAO... look at this...

A gift that keeps on givin' lmao

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