An overview of the San Antonio Spurs' run to the NBA Championship in the 2013-2014 NBA season.
The 1998 NBA Finals between the Utah Jazz and the Chicago Bulls are proof that sometimes in sports, you know exactly what is going to happen, but that doesn’t make things any less exciting. Chicago dropped the first game of the series but rebounded to win the next three. Utah then squeaked out a Game 5 win in Chicago, sending the series back to Salt Lake City. Surprisingly, it was looking like this series that was thought to be Michael Jordan and coach Phil Jackson’s last would go to seven games. Down three and with 40 seconds left, Michael would take Byron Russell one and one and make a quick layup to cut the lead to one. Chicago would then make a steal on Utah’s ensuing possession, and after dribbling out some of the clock, Jordan would hit a 20-footer to win the game and his sixth NBA Championship. This was also the last game for Michael Jordan with the Chicago Bulls. Legend game for a ring!
Michael Jordan scores 39 points, with 11 rebs, and 4 assists to lead the Bulls to their 5th title in 7 years. Scottie Pippen adds 23 points, 7 rebs, 2 steals and 3 blocks. Steve Kerr hit the game winner with 5 seconds left to go. A game that would go down in history!!!
In June of 2012, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat made good on a promise to deliver a championship to the basketball fans of South Florida. It seemed unlikely that they would ever be able to match the drama and the intensity of that title run in an encore performance. But this was no ordinary basketball team. From the opening night of the 2012-13 NBA season, the Heat were determined to prove that not only were they up for the daunting challenge to repeat as champs but they were also destined to become one of the most successful and celebrated teams in history. No one could have anticipated the breathtaking 27 game winning streak that would catapult the Miami Heat into one of the biggest stories of the year. And after sweeping the Milwaukee Bucks, dispatching the Chicago Bulls and outlasting the Indiana Pacers, Miami would take home their second consecutive title after an epic seven game series with the San Antonio Spurs.
A 31-year quest for the Dallas Mavericks and their fans ended on a Sunday night in June in Miami as the team hoisted the Larry O Brien NBA Championship Trophy, defeating a Miami Heat team many thought were too talented to lose. Led by 2011 NBA Finals MVP Dirk Nowitzki, the Mavericks overcame the Heat to win the first title in franchise history. Relive every moment in this historic series, from an epic 15-point comeback on the road in Game 2, to the Jason Terry two huge three-pointers down the stretch of Game 5, to an emotional Nowitzki mad dash to the locker room after the buzzer sounded in Game 6 confirming the Mavericks Championship. Now you can relive this historic series with this definitive Collectors Set of 6 DVD. Own each game in its entirety, with over 10 hours of content, including exclusive bonus features!
From HBO Sports and the Bill Simmons Media Group comes Courtside at the NBA Finals, an unscripted one-hour special chronicling the sights and sounds of the 2018 NBA Finals. Courtside at the NBA Finals airs Tuesday, June 19 at 9 PM ET/PT, with Bill Simmons serving as executive producer. Debuting just days after the conclusion of the 72nd edition of The Finals, the show will provide viewers with an inside look at the NBA’s championship series, as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors compete on the biggest stage of the basketball season. “This show will give our subscribers a first-hand look at the nuances of each victory and defeat,” said Peter Nelson, executive vice president, HBO Sports. “We are privileged to team up with the NBA and Bill Simmons for this unique presentation.” Courtside at the NBA Finals is executive produced by Bill Simmons, founder of the Bill Simmons Media Group. Simmons last collaborated with HBO on the documentary film Andre the Giant.
Phenom Kevin Garnett of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Grammy-winning producer Jimmy Jam serve as hosts for this amazing video that combines some of 2001's hottest tunes with razzle-dazzle footage of National Basketball Association superstars. The impressive lineup of cagers includes Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, Latrell Sprewell, Tim Hardaway and Reggie Miller, while the Beastie Boys, Mary J. Blige and others provide the background music.
From Wilt the Stilt's 100-point game to MVP Dwayne Wade's amazing moves in the 2006 finals, this collection showcases the all-time greatest moments in NBA history and celebrates notable teams, players and coaches. NBA trailblazers Red Auerbach and George Mikan are featured, as well as Kobe Bryant's alley-oop to Shaquille O'Neal in the 2000 Western Conference Finals, Magic Johnson's buzzer-beating hook shot against the Celtics and much more.
NBA Dream Team gives you definitive video profiles of the team selected to take on the world! Charles Barkley: An outrageous and fiercely determined force; Larry Bird: The hardest working man on the floor; Patrick Ewing: A dominating center, going for his second Olympic Gold Medal; Magic Johnson: The most charismatic player in NBA history; Michael Jordan: The player who has taken the game to new heights; Karl Malone: a combination of size and speed that's unrivaled on the hardwood; Chris Mullin: The ultimate gym rat; Scottie Pippen: One of the NBA's fastest rising stars; David Robinson: The Admiral with a mission--to claim the gold; John Stockton: An unselfish player who raises the level of everyone's game. See their spectacular career highlights and intimate behind the scenes portraits of the team that dreams are made of.
TNT Special - The lost dunks hosted by Brent Barry
Denzel Washington hosts this golden anniversary look at the game, players and coaches who help create NBA history.
Even the greatest athletes in the world have their off-moments. NBA players are known for their power and GRACE, but with 1189 games played each NBA regular season, there are bound to be some events that weren't in the coaches game plan. NBA Courtside Comedy captures the funniest moments.
The DVD of Greatest NBA Finals Moments includes a variety of bonus features. The NBA Top 50 ceremony from the 1997 All-Star Game is shown (7:30) as well as clips and interviews of the 50 greatest players (14:30). A three-minute music video shows NBA Finals highlights, and the 1999 and 2000 NBA Finals are excerpted in 8- and 10-minute segments, respectively. The main feature offers options to jump to alternate angles, brief bonus segments on such players as Michael Jordan and Larry Bird, and career statistics. Other features include year-by-year NBA Finals results as well as career regular-season, All-Star, and playoff statistics of Bill Russell, Willis Reed, John Havlicek, Bill Cowens, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Isiah Thomas, and Michael Jordan.
Drake hosts the inaugural event in New York City honoring the best of the 2016-17 NBA season, including MVP, most improved player, top coach, top rookie, top sixth man and top defensive player. Bill Russell and coach Monty Williams are also honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award and Sager Strong Award, respectively.
Your Favorite NBA superstar highlights backed by the latest music videos
This program highlights the NBA's greatest showmen including Charles Barkley, Dee Brown, Larry Johnson, Shawn Kemp, Dan Majerle, and others to the sounds of top artists.
Travel back in time and watch the pursuit of the Big 3's first ring in Miami Heat 2012 NBA Finals Champions. It's loaded with sensational regular season and postseason highlights, including LeBron James's top career playoff moments. Other bonus features include exclusive one-on-one interviews with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.
Celebrate your NBA fandom with this Street Series: The Journey to Becoming an All-Star Volume 5 DVD! This NBA DVD is sure to bring you lots of fun moments that you can watch over and over
NBA Dynasty Series: The Chicago Bulls—The 1990s is complete wish fulfillment for the sports fan. This four-disc set, encompassing the Bulls' remarkable streak from 1991's first championship to 1998's second three-peat, contains so much information and insight into Chicago's several seasons of glory that it's hard to take it in all at one time. We get over seven hours of historical and archival footage, as well as new interviews from players and coaches all offering their take on what made these particular teams and seasons so special. And there's more. Discs Two through Four each have an entire NBA Finals game on them (one per side for a total of six), each representing a stellar or exceptional moment in the series. Along with the single-season documentaries (including the historic overview, seven in total) there are nearly 16 hours of Chicago Bulls goodness in this package.
Bringing back the first major sports championship that a Cleveland team has won since 1964, the Cavaliers did the impossible to overcome a 3-1 deficit in the NBA Finals. Follow LeBron and the entire team on this historic run to become the 2016 NBA Champions.