Walter Sharpe’s First NBA Points – Reverse Jam

by | Nov 3, 2008 | 16 comments

Full Clip of the Reverse Jam!

Video Courtesy of The NBA, The Detroit Pistons and FSN Detroit

16 Comments

  1. Zach R

    Point for discussion- who had the better “first nba basket”, Amir or Walter? Amir had the windmill jam versus minnesota (i think). Both a memorable!

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  2. Steve DiLullo

    Yup, that’s how you start your career as a Piston. Must have learned from Amir.

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  3. Joshua

    That dunk was delicious

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  4. Steve DiLullo

    I’m partial to the windmill – sorry, Walter.

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  5. Natalie Sitto

    I should revisit the Amir Dunk…I think he’s got to have that won.

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  6. Rube Llopiz

    The dunk and the game made the trade a lil to stomach. Seeing the dunk and Nynum play makes you think the youth playing–doing things like drivng to the hole and banging like Sharpe– its good to have a mix of Piston Ball and Highlight film ball

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  7. ben

    im getttin the vibe that the players arent fillin this trade they want chauncey i dont think they are gunna like it

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  8. ben

    oh yea and who is the new captain is it sheed or rip

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  9. Gogol

    That dunk was, dare I say it….

    Herrmann-esque.

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  10. Steve

    I got to go with Walter’s first basket, just because he dunked on somebody’s head.

    Amir’s was sweet too, but he was wide open.

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  11. Sable

    Great dunk by Sharpe, but windmill dunks are difficult dunks by themselves, let alone getting one in a game. That dunk was also epic because Darko got a steal and an assist on it. That makes it rarified.

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  12. dave

    before the trade the 3 captains were rip tay and billups

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  13. Chad

    “No homecoming for Dyess” on DBB.

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  14. gMac

    Amir;s dunk was on a break against nobody.
    Any time you take the ball at the guy to the hoop doing reverse jam, it’s a winner.

    I posted my little highlight video of the game.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMO0HEwpkcA

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  15. Sable

    While Walter’s first two official NBA points were special, I’ve seen many players do that dunk. On the Pistons in recent years, I can think of several players who have done the same dunk: Carlos Delfino, Chris Webber, Tayshaun, and Jason Maxiell to name a few. How many Pistons have done a windmill in a game? Heck, how many times have you seen a windmill dunk in a game? Vince Carter did a bunch (and sometimes on opposing players which was spectacular) but the windmill is such a rare gamtime dunk I still argue that Amir’s first points are more memorable.

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