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1994: Pippen Destroys Ewing, Knicks, Spike Lee

This dunk by Scottie Pippen from 1994 is still one of the greatest of all-time, in my opinion. It's not always shared but when it is, I'm the first one out of my seat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srl2Bwh6A3I In what was already an incredibly physical and borderline violent series, Pippen lays the smack down on Knicks big man Patrick Ewing. Not content with simply destroying the Knicks main man on the dunk, Pip even gives Spike Lee some advice on where he can sit. Great memories and a genuinely amazing moment in...

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Latrell Sprewell – The Landlord

This was one of my favorite commercials back in the day. Latrell Sprewell takes to the world of TV marketing like a fish to water in 1995, on behalf of Converse. Here he makes it quite clear who owns the NBA landscape from coast to coast. Time to pay the rent. A fun fact about this YouTube upload is that it's been ripped from Australian TV. The NBA and basketball in general was far more commercially advertised in 1995. The Uncle Tobys logo in the bottom right corner is the...

This was one of my favorite co...

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An eBay Party Like It’s 1975

With the NBA Finals due to start later this week, why not get that feel of a champion a little early? Simply log on to your trusty eBay account and place a bid on this 1975 replica championship ring. It's super pretty and well, why not beat the 2015 Warriors to the punch and flaunt this around your office? Click here and take a shot at the title. Follow @HendoHoops // ...

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History: Pistons @ Warriors Dec 7, 1990

In another look back into the history books of the Warriors, I've found yet another very entertaining nugget of YouTube gold. This game is from December 7, 1990 and features the (mightier at the time) Detroit Pistons visiting the Oakland Colosseum. Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars, Bill Laimbeer, Dennis Rodman, Mark Aguirre and Co. all visited and left the building with the loss, which in itself is delightful. Watch for: Rookie Tyrone Hill (presumably before he owed Charles Oakley money) Bill Laimbeer's face mask Something, something, Tom Tolbert lighting bolts (?) Alton Lister steamrolling...

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History: Mitch Richmond Drops 27 On The Spurs (1991 Playoffs)

It's 1991, it's the first round of the NBA playoffs and Mitch Richmond does what every current day analytics junkie would despise in this game against San Antonio. The vast majority of shots you see Richmond make in this highlights package are long twos. To the more "educated" basketball analyst, this video will be like fingernails down a chalkboard. But in 1991, it worked a treat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IntYVmykdfY Mitch hits from mid-range, inside and occasionally from downtown on his way to 27 meaningful points and a 2-1 series lead over San...

It's 1991, it's the first roun...

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History: Chris Mullin Drops 38 On The Bulls At Chicago Stadium (1991)

Chris Mullin was putting in work in this game in 1991. The legendary Warriors forward racked up a tasty 38 points in a cheeky 118-110 win over Michael Jordan and the Bulls at the old Chicago Stadium. While the video below will give you a healthy dose of Jordan highlights, it's the always dependable Mullin who provides the constant counter punches. It's a sweet mix of long twos, fadeaways, gravity-defying reverse layups and of course a"deceptively slow" euro-step before we called it a euro-step. Take nine minutes out of your day...

Chris Mullin was putting in wo...

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History: Tim Hardaway (28pts/14asts/8stls) vs. Lakers (1991 Playoffs)

Tim Hardaway was an icon for the Golden State Warriors in the 90's. His patented "UTEP two-step" crossover made highlight reels all over the world as he dazzled fans with his handles. Take a look at the video below, recapping Hardaway's incredible 28 point, 14 assists, eight steal WCSF outing against the Los Angeles Lakers at the Forum. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOT5hyVIeGQ Pull up jumpers, floaters, crossovers, threes, assists, steals...

Tim Hardaway was an icon for t...

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History: The Golden State Warriors Logo

With the release of the current Warriors' logo in 2010, this video runs through the evolution of the team's identity from humble relocated beginnings in 1962 to aspirations of modern day greatness. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3S--2EkY1M And of course no unveiling is complete without a motivation video to accompany it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B07o-Hz-ciQ Good times. Follow @HendoHoops // ...

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History: Chris Webber – Sir Charles Humbled

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89kp_5ApPxI Chris Webber, a Golden State Warrior for only 506 days in total, put Charles Barkley on a poster, commercial and everyone's lips in his rookie season with this dunk. Regardless of the short stay, this Webber jam is still part of Warrior folklore to this day. Follow @HendoHoops // ...

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