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The NBA 2K6 opening features many current stars doing what they do best! Includes amazing dunks,blocks,shots,passes, and alley-oops.
17 Apr 2007
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Visit *******reveew****/odd for more highlight. Visit *******www.nba****/video for more highlights. LeBron James catches the alley-oop from Daniel Gibson for the Slam.
9 Jun 2008
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Some cool dunks alley oops and shooting from NBA live 08
26 May 2008
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A step or two over halfcourt, Rafer Alston saw Tracy McGrady headed to the hoop and let the ball fly. Hanging on the rim after his early fourth-quarter dunk pretty much sealed a victory, McGrady looked toward the Dallas Mavericks bench and smiled. It was that kind of night for the Houston Rockets. Again. McGrady had 31 points and nine assists and Alston added a season-high 24 points, helping the Rockets boost their franchise-best winning streak to 17 games with a 113-98 victory over the Dirk Nowitzki-less Dallas Mavericks on Thursday night. "We all believe, man," McGrady said. "When you've got a roster full of guys that really believe in themselves, great chemistry among the team, and we go out and play extremely hard every night, I'm not surprised." Houston's streak -- which includes five straight wins since Yao Ming's season-ending foot injury -- is tied for seventh-best in NBA history. The Rockets will try moving into a tie for fourth on the all-time list Saturday night at home against New Orleans, the next team they're trying to catch for a top-tier seed in the Western Conference. Houston already has gone from 24-20 to 41-20; the Hornets are 41-19. "There is just a real confidence about the way they're playing," Rockets coach Rick Adelman said. "There's a trust in each other and it's just a pleasure to see. As a coach, it's just fun to watch a group of guys come together like they have and maintain this over such a period of time." McGrady and Alston helped Houston break the game open in the third quarter. After consecutive long jumpers by Dallas' Jason Kidd tied it at 55 early in the period, the Rockets answered with a 13-3 run. They pushed their lead to 19 on the Alston-to-McGrady alley-oop. A timeout followed and fans started streaming out with 8:42 left. "They just outworked us -- to a man, every position," Mavericks guard Jason Terry said. "That's something we can't allow to happen. ... They're playing well together right now, but at the same time there's not a team we can't beat." Josh Howard scored 21 points and Terry had 17 for Dallas, which lost its third straight and fourth in five games. The Mavs also had won 12 straight at home -- but this time they were without Nowitzki, who was serving a one-game suspension for a hard foul on Utah's Andrei Kirilenko. Dallas' offense was out of whack without Nowitzki, and his team-best 23.6 points and 8.7 rebounds. His absence was especially obvious during the third-quarter meltdown, when the Mavericks kept looking for someone to get the ball to but instead kept turning it over. Dallas had seven turnovers in the period, leading to 12 points for Houston. The Rockets -- who'd been 0-3 against the Mavs this season -- won by sharing the ball and by protecting it. As of midway through the fourth quarter, when victory was secure, Houston had 22 assists and four turnovers. "The third quarter we were terrific, just controlled the tempo at both ends of the court," Adelman said. "We just have to continue on with the same attitude and same intensity every game." Carl Landry scored 17 points, including 12 in the second quarter, and Luis Scola added 12 points and nine rebounds for Houston. Jerry Stackhouse was the only other double-digit scorer for Dallas with 11. Kidd had seven points, six assists and six rebounds. Brandon Bass, who started in Nowitzki's place, had seven points. Houston made its first five shots, then its first six in the second quarter. Dallas went through a 2-of-12 drought and other poor stretches, yet managed to go into halftime trailing only 52-50. The Mavericks were almost giddy on their way to the locker room because of the score and because Devean George closed the half by making a high-arching 3-pointer with 0.8 seconds left. Dallas fell to 4-5 since Kidd arrived. The only consolation is that all the losses were to teams ahead of the Mavs in the Western Conference. Up next for them: Five straight games against teams with losing records. The first four are at home, then they go to Miami to face the club with the league's worst record. "I thought this would be a good night for us to rally," Dallas coach Avery Johnson said. "But we just didn't have that type of energy. They had it and we didn't. We have to get back to practicing, get better tomorrow." Game notes The teams Houston tied with 17 straight wins: Dallas and Phoenix last season, San Antonio in 1995-96, Boston in 1959-60 and Washington in 1946-47. ... Dallas' last home loss was Dec. 27 against Cleveland. ... Adelman said his team was about to sign C Justin Williams to help fill the void created by Yao's absence. "I know one game he had, because he had it against us, he had something like 12 rebounds in a half," Adelman said.
19 Aug 2009
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HOUSTON, March 8, 2008 (AP) -- The Houston Rockets' winning streak is getting serious. So is their march to the top of the Western Conference. Tracy McGrady scored 41 points Saturday night and the Rockets stretched their winning streak to 18 games with a 106-96 victory over the New Orleans Hornets. The Rockets have won their last nine games by double digits and moved into a tie with the Hornets in the overall conference standings. Houston, 13-15 in mid-December, closed within one game of San Antonio in the Southwest Division. With two wins in three meetings with the Hornets this season, the Rockets have the third-best record in the conference. Only the Los Angeles Lakers and Spurs are ahead of Houston and that was motivating McGrady more than the winning streak before the game. "The third spot,'' said McGrady. "Once I heard that this morning, I was like, 'OK. Let's get it done.'' The Rockets have the NBA's longest victory streak since the Lakers won 19 in a row in the 1999-2000 season. Houston became just the seventh team in history to win 18 or more consecutive games - five of the previous six won the NBA championship. McGrady said bluntly that the Rockets' streak still has no significance. His mind is already preparing for the postseason, where he's winless in six series. "Our concentration and focus is really all about the playoffs,'' he said. "We've had pretty good runs in the regular season. Not quite like this, but, this is a team that's won 50 games in the past. It's all about the playoffs with us. "The streak is great. We'll make a little history,'' he said. "But it really doesn't mean anything.'' McGrady certainly played like there was plenty on the line Saturday night. He hit 17 of 27 shots, reaching 40 points for the fourth time this season. The Rockets also made a season-high 14 3-pointers, improving to 6-0 since Yao Ming went out with a foot injury. "Now, the mental challenge is there are no letdowns as we continue on,'' coach Rick Adelman said. "We've got to stay on the same level.'' Chris Paul had 37 points and 11 assists for the Hornets, who had won five of their last six. Rafer Alston added 20 points for Houston, which has won 12 consecutive games at the Toyota Center, the franchise's longest home-court streak since 1993-94, the Rockets' first championship season. Houston plays New Jersey at home on Monday night, the first of three games against Eastern Conference teams with losing records. The win streak could easily reach 21 heading into next Sunday's showdown with the Lakers in Houston. The Rockets are trying their best not to get ahead of themselves. "Honestly, we're just happy to be winning games and trying to climb into the playoff race,'' said Shane Battier, who hit two 3-pointers and grabbed 10 rebounds. "At this point, the numbers are a little academic. That's not what's important, that's not what's driving us now. We're striving to play good basketball and that's the focus of the team right now.'' Both teams were short-handed on the front line. David West, the Hornets' second-leading scorer and rebounder, missed his third straight game with a sprained left ankle. Rookie Carl Landry, a key reserve during the Rockets' winning streak, sat out with a bruised knee. The Rockets trailed 23-20 after the first quarter, then took command with a 14-0 run midway through the second. McGrady sank a 3-pointer from the top of the key early in the spurt, then soared for a two-handed, alley-oop dunk off a long feed from Alston. McGrady hit another 3-pointer from the corner to put Houston up 40-28, then nodded and screamed at the cheering fans before running back down the court. "Tracy McGrady was fantastic,'' said New Orleans coach Byron Scott. "Everything we tried to do against him just didn't work.'' The rest of the half turned into an entertaining 3-point shootout - 11 of the last 12 field goals came from long range. Peja Stojakovic and Paul ended Houston's run with back-to-back 3s, but Steve Novak answered with a 3 from the corner. Morris Peterson sank a pair of 3s before Battier and Alston each hit one in the final minute to give the Rockets a 59-46 lead at the break. The teams hit 16 3-pointers in the second quarter and 18 in the first half. Paul had 11 points and four assists in the third quarter to keep New Orleans close. But McGrady's jumper over Peterson in the final minute of the quarter gave the Rockets an 81-72 lead and gave him at least 30 points for the 11th time this season. McGrady started the final quarter with consecutive jumpers over the 6-foot-1 Jannero Pargo and 6-8 rookie Julian Wright. Luther Head and Battier tacked on 3-pointers to stretch Houston's lead to 91-74. The Rockets have won 27 of their last 30 games, the best record in the NBA since the start of 2008.
26 Feb 2009
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The Houston Rockets' 10th straight win was somewhat bittersweet. Tracy McGrady scored 23 points and Yao Ming added 21 in a 112-100 victory over Miami on Thursday night that sent the Heat to their 10th straight loss. Earlier in the day, the Rockets learned Mike James and Bonzi Wells were traded to New Orleans for Bobby Jackson and Adam Haluska and that Kirk Snyder was sent to Minnesota in exchange for Gerald Green. "Everything happens for a reason and we've got to understand that this is a business, Carl Landry said. "We've got to be positive about the situation and try to go on and continue the winning streak. Houston has won 14 of its last 15 games and the winning streak is its longest since the championship season of 1993-94 when the team opened with 15 straight. It is the fourth time in team history that the Rockets have had a double-digit winning streak. They won't have to wait long to see two of their old friends as they meet West-leading New Orleans on Friday night. "We lost a couple of guys that were well-liked around here, well liked in the locker room, Rafer Alston said. "That's the business side of basketball, but you've got to go out there and play. Miami, the NBA's worst team playing in its first game since the All-Star break, has just nine wins and has lost 25 of its last 26 games. The Heat got 33 points from Dwyane Wade, and Shawn Marion added 18 points and 10 rebounds in his fourth game with Miami since being traded from Phoenix in the Shaquille O'Neal deal. The Rockets led comfortably most of the way and were ahead by 11 before Carl Landry wowed the crowd by putting his arms out as if he were flying on his way down from a dunk that made it 98-85 midway through the fourth quarter. Landry had 19 points. The Heat wouldn't threaten again after that play. "We dug a hole that was too deep and it is hard to come back, Marion said. "We had to exert so much energy in the comeback and we ran out of gas. McGrady, who had 10 assists, got back on track after struggling with poor shooting in his last five games to post his first 20-point game since Feb. 4. The Heat went on a 10-4 run, capped by a 3-pointer by Marion, to open the third quarter and cut it to 66-58. The Rockets reeled off five straight points to push their lead to 13 at 71-58 with about 7 minutes left in the quarter. Miami cut the lead to eight points two more times in the third, but each time the Rockets answered with a small run to get the advantage back into double digits. The Heat's ineptitude was on display in the second quarter when after a steal, Luther Head who found a wide-open McGrady for the alley-oop dunk that pushed Houston's lead to 48-29 about eight minutes before halftime. Wade crashed into Shane Battier in the lane on a layup attempt with about three minutes left in the second quarter and came up from the collision limping on his surgically repaired left knee. Battier was called with the foul. He appeared OK after a time-out and made both free throws. The scare had to have been a bit of deja vu for Wade as it was the one-year anniversary of a collision in Houston with Battier that separated his left shoulder. Wade was taken off the court in a wheelchair in tears in that one and missed the rest of the season and the early part of this one. It was his first return to Houston since the injury. "I'm just thankful that I am not going to have to see him again this year, Wade said. "So hopefully I can stay healthy. Houston led by as many as 20 in the second quarter and were up 62-48 at halftime. The Rockets led 41-26 after the first quarter thanks to 14 points by McGrady, who was 6-of-8 with five assists. Alston added 11 points and six assists in the first quarter as the Rockets shot 81 percent to open the game and help Houston to a season-high for points in a quarter. Alston finished with 16 points and 11 assists. "We got off to a real bad start, said Heat coach Pat Riley. "They were really hyped up and really prepared to play. We made a good run but we were constantly climbing up a hill all game.
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US B-Ball team and the world should come join discosean21(AKA)Billy Blank and this workout video,Two more until they start to count. "I think we're in pretty good shape defensively," forward Carmelo Anthony said. "Offensively we're tuning some things up. We've got two more games before the real deal starts." Bryant harassed longtime U.S. nemesis Sarunas Jasikevicius into a miserable night and helped the Americans roll to a 120-84 victory over Lithuania on Friday night. Jasikevicius was unstoppable in a win over the United States four years ago. So Bryant, who has made it a point to defend the opponent's best perimeter threat since joining the team last summer, blanketed him in the same manner as he did Phoenix guard Leandro Barbosa of Brazil in the Olympic qualifying tournament. "Kobe's our best defender, hands down," forward Carlos Boozer said. "And Kobe takes on the challenge of guarding their best perimeter player regardless of who it is, regardless if he's a point guard, 2, 3, 4, whatever it is." Wade scored 19 points, Dwight Howard had 17, and LeBron James 15 for the Americans, who raced to a big early lead, then pulled away again after Lithuania got within single digits early in the second half. Bryant finished with 13 points, nine during the big U.S. first quarter. Wade scored 20 points last week against Canada in his first action since March, when the Miami Heat shut him down so he could rest his surgically repaired knee. He punctuated his 7-of-9 night by going high to catch an alley-oop pass from Chris Paul and double-pump before throwing down the dunk. "He's back," Anthony said. "That's all I can say. He's back." The Americans, who shot 64 percent, swept two games here and leave Saturday for Shanghai, where they will play European champion Russia and Australia. They are averaging 118 points in exhibition play. Jasikevicius hit seven 3-pointers and scored 28 points in Lithuania's 94-90 victory over the United States during pool play four years ago, and apparently celebrated too much for one American's liking. So Bryant wasn't going to let that happen again. "He had a great game against us a few years ago, the U.S.A, and was real brash about it," Bryant said. "So it's my responsibility to bring it to him. "This is what I do," Bryant added. "I knew prior to it and they reminded me of it. So, sic the Doberman on him." Jasikevicius was just 2-of-8 from the field for nine points, with three turnovers. Rimantas Kaukenas led Lithuania with 17 points. The United States needed a quarter to warm up in its first two games, but was sharp right from the start this time. Howard had three consecutive baskets, James dunked twice, and the Americans were already up by double digits barely 2 1/2 minutes into the game. Minutes later, Bryant had two jumpers and a 3-pointer in a quick spurt that made it 24-5. Howard had 10 points, and Bryant added nine in the first 10 minutes, with the Americans opening a 31-15 lead. "We wanted to just set the tone defensively," Anthony said. "I think it started with Dwight early in the game. He got it going on the defensive end, which led over to the offensive end. Once he holds it down in the middle like that, we feed off of that." Lithuania kept the deficit in the teens from there, then opened the second half with a flurry of 3-pointers to make it a game. Jasikevicius had a rare open look and hit the final one to cut the U.S. lead to 61-52 with 7:10 remaining in the third quarter, but the Americans immediately blew it open again. Anthony, Howard and James combined for the next 12 U.S. points, everything coming from inside, to make it 73-55, and Lithuania was never close again. Every U.S. player scored. The United States rebounded from its loss in 2004 to beat Lithuania for the bronze medal. Jasikevicius also nearly led Lithuania to a stunning victory four years earlier in Sydney, missing a 3-pointer in the closing seconds of a semifinal game as the Americans held on for an 85-83 win. Bryant never gave him a chance to get going this time. The former Indiana and Golden State point guard found little room to dribble or shoot when Bryant was near him. He missed both shots and had a turnover in the first quarter and was still frustrated long after Bryant had checked out for good, screaming at the referee after throwing up an air ball on a 3 with about 4 1/2 minutes left. "Kobe locked him up. He got a couple of open shots throughout the course of the game, but when Kobe was on him, I don't think he scored," Boozer said. "I think he was actually a little tentative to shoot the ball when Kobe was on him." Lithuania plays Turkey here Saturday and opens the Olympics against defending gold medalist Argentina on Aug. 10. Updated August 1, 2008
23 Mar 2009
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A thrilling Mixtape of amazing acrobatic basketball dunks. Great showmanship and incredible skill: triple reverse rider dunk, alley oop flip dunk... Take a look for yourself!
19 Aug 2008
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Baby pic lip sync of Alley oop.
18 Mar 2009
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Visit for more highlights. Rudy Fernandez shows off some of his alley oops to win votes.
9 Feb 2009
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NBA NBA Live NBA Videos NBA Streaming NBA Watch Live Lebron James Kobe Bryant Chris Paul Deron Williams Joe Johnson Dwight Howard Kevin Garnett Paul Pierce Tim Duncan Manu Ginobili Tony Parker Brandon Roy Dirk Nowitzki Allen Iverson Dwyane Wade Chris Bosh Carmelo Anthony Carlos Boozer Dunk Alley-oop Block Assist Steal Lakers Celtics Spurs Magic Cavaliers Hornets
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The Heat hook up for a potential Play of the Year candidate against the Wizards. NBA NBA Live NBA Videos NBA Streaming NBA Watch Live Lebron James Kobe Bryant Chris Paul Deron Williams Joe Johnson Dwight Howard Kevin Garnett Paul Pierce Tim Duncan Manu Ginobili Tony Parker Brandon Roy Dirk Nowitzki Allen Iverson Dwyane Wade Chris Bosh Carmelo Anthony Carlos Boozer Dunk Alley-oop Block Assist Steal Lakers Celtics Spurs Magic Cavaliers Hornets
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Andre Iguodala posterizes Yao Ming. It must feel good to dunk over a 7-footer. NBA NBA Live NBA Videos NBA Streaming NBA Watch Live Lebron James Kobe Bryant Chris Paul Deron Williams Joe Johnson Dwight Howard Kevin Garnett Paul Pierce Tim Duncan Manu Ginobili Tony Parker Brandon Roy Dirk Nowitzki Allen Iverson Dwyane Wade Chris Bosh Carmelo Anthony Carlos Boozer Dunk Alley-oop Block Assist Steal Lakers Celtics Spurs Magic Cavaliers Hornets NBA, NBA Live, NBA Videos, NBA Streaming, NBA Watch Live, Dunk, Alley-oop, Block, Steal, Assist, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, Brandon Roy, Dirk Nowitzki, Allen Iverson, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Carmelo Anthony, Carlos Boozer, Lakers, Celtics, Spurs, Magic, Cavaliers, Hornets
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Jamal Crawford thought he won it for the Warriors but Jeff Green hits a ridiculous buzzer beater. NBA NBA Live NBA Videos NBA Streaming NBA Watch Live Lebron James Kobe Bryant Chris Paul Deron Williams Joe Johnson Dwight Howard Kevin Garnett Paul Pierce Tim Duncan Manu Ginobili Tony Parker Brandon Roy Dirk Nowitzki Allen Iverson Dwyane Wade Chris Bosh Carmelo Anthony Carlos Boozer Dunk Alley-oop Block Assist Steal Lakers Celtics Spurs Magic Cavaliers Hornets NBA, NBA Live, NBA Videos, NBA Streaming, NBA Watch Live, Dunk, Alley-oop, Block, Steal, Assist, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, Brandon Roy, Dirk Nowitzki, Allen Iverson, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Carmelo Anthony, Carlos Boozer, Lakers, Celtics, Spurs, Magic, Cavaliers, Hornets
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Kenyon starts it, Chauncey keeps it going and Nene gets the finish. NBA NBA Live NBA Videos NBA Streaming NBA Watch Live Lebron James Kobe Bryant Chris Paul Deron Williams Joe Johnson Dwight Howard Kevin Garnett Paul Pierce Tim Duncan Manu Ginobili Tony Parker Brandon Roy Dirk Nowitzki Allen Iverson Dwyane Wade Chris Bosh Carmelo Anthony Carlos Boozer Dunk Alley-oop Block Assist Steal Lakers Celtics Spurs Magic Cavaliers Hornets NBA, NBA Live, NBA Videos, NBA Streaming, NBA Watch Live, Dunk, Alley-oop, Block, Steal, Assist, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, Brandon Roy, Dirk Nowitzki, Allen Iverson, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Carmelo Anthony, Carlos Boozer, Lakers, Celtics, Spurs, Magic, Cavaliers, Hornets
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LeBron James taps the ball and runs down the court for this monster jam. NBA NBA Live NBA Videos NBA Streaming NBA Watch Live Lebron James Kobe Bryant Chris Paul Deron Williams Joe Johnson Dwight Howard Kevin Garnett Paul Pierce Tim Duncan Manu Ginobili Tony Parker Brandon Roy Dirk Nowitzki Allen Iverson Dwyane Wade Chris Bosh Carmelo Anthony Carlos Boozer Dunk Alley-oop Block Assist Steal Lakers Celtics Spurs Magic Cavaliers Hornets NBA, NBA Live, NBA Videos, NBA Streaming, NBA Watch Live, Dunk, Alley-oop, Block, Steal, Assist, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, Brandon Roy, Dirk Nowitzki, Allen Iverson, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Carmelo Anthony, Carlos Boozer, Lakers, Celtics, Spurs, Magic, Cavaliers, Hornets
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