Posted Feb 27 2013 9:06AM
1970: Mr. Clutch Sinks a 60-Footer
Jerry West showed he deserved his nickname when he buried a 60-foot, game-tying bomb at the buzzer in Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the Knicks.
1970: Reed Inspires Knicks to Victory
It remains one of sports most dramatic moments: Madison Square Garden. NBA Finals. Knicks vs. Lakers. Game 7. Just before tip-off, Willis Reed hobbles out on a bandaged leg, then scores the first two baskets, propelling the Knicks to their first NBA title.
1972: Lakers Win 33 in a Row
By beating the Hawks on January 7, 1972, Jerry West and the Lakers set an NBA record for most consecutive wins with 33.
1974: Celtics Survive Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's Heroics
The Milwaukee Bucks were favored to beat the Boston Celtics in the 1974 NBA Finals but Dave Cowens and his teammates proved you could never count the Celtics out.
1976: Greatest Game Ever?
The triple-overtime battle between the Boston Celtics and the Phoenix Suns in Game 5 of the 1976 NBA Finals was the longest Finals game ever and maybe the best game of all-time.
1978: Gervin, Thompson Duel to the Finish
The 1977-78 season featured two of the league's most spectacular stars in a duel for the scoring crown that came down to the final day of the season.
|Curry Going Wild|
Stephen Curry strips Kevin Durant and finishes with the acrobatic layup at the other end.
Take a 360 look as Stephen Curry buries a 3-pointer and a fadeaway jumper in the lane during the 1st half of Game 5.
|Iguodala For Three|
Andrew Bogut was big for the Warriors with 15 points as they take Game 5 of the WCF from the Thunder.
|Durant Goes for 40 in Game 5 Loss|
Kevin Durant nets 40 points in a Game 5 loss to the Warriors in the WCF.
|Play of the Day: Andrew Bogut|
With a little misdirection, Andrew Bogut finds himself wide open to receive the alley-oop from Stephen Curry and Bogut throws it down with his left hand.