I don’t think it’s fair to compare Chauncey Billups to Isiah Thomas quite yet. Isiah, the Hall of Fame point guard who led the Bad Boys era Pistons to two championships already cemented his place in the NBA record book. But I came across this excellent video that makes quite a statement in Chauncey’s behalf.
Set to the Rocky theme, this well done video is a testament to two of the best point guards around. The highlight of the clip for me has got to be the Isiah Thomas half court bounce pass ally oop to
Mark Agguire Melvin Newbern. Enjoy this one.
that is kick ass
tthats fricken awesome
that waz very nice i liked that bounce alley oop that takes agguire to the hoop
That bounce pass alley-oop was freaking awesome! Great find.
I’m old enough to remember the lovely bounce pass was to a guy named Melvin Newbern who happened to find himself on the team for that season.
Great video and music!
Thanks BK, boy I bairly remember Newburn.
Natalie can you please tell me what site you got this from.
I honestly don’t know where I got it from. I have had it for a while now and all I can remember is that was a link on a forum that wasn’t in english. I would love to know who made it because he did an awesome job.
lol its ok natalie, i just wanted to get a code of it so i cud put it on my myspace page. it would be great if they made a video of joe dumars and richard hamilton
p.s. Slam’s Top 50 is B.S!
Rip should be higher.
They are both really good. Who’s a better clutch player I wonder? Both players aren’t afraid to take the last shot in a close game. Who’s the better clutch player, that’s the tough question. I think Chauncey is our most valuable player on our team honestly. He has the ability to take over a close game, and can carry us.
this got me thinking..since its a month till the season starts, we should post a new video every day until the season opener 🙂 get us in the mood!!
does anyone know were i can get this video for myspace?
This video is amazing. probably my favorite yet- any chance you could put this in the videos section?
It’s not Newburn, it was definitely Gerald Glass and his doughboy body.