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NBA lockout brings more summer action

05 Oct

The NBA just doesn’t know what it’s missing. Everywhere the all stars of the NBA go, they dominate! They also pack gyms and arenas across the country. Between meetings amongst the the NBA’s player union and owners, the players find venues to play against each other and show off their various talents.

This past week the players came together to play in Winston-Salem, N.C., to play for the CP3 Foundation All Star Game. The game brought athletes from veteran stars Chris Paul to LeBron James to newer stars like John Wall and No. 1 draft pick Kyrie Irving. Hoopmixtape.com is claiming this as the new best game of the lockout. The highlights included the best aerial display you could ask for, clever crosses, and accurate jumpshots and pinpoint passes all in one game.

Check it out:

What do you think? Does this game top the previous game of the summer? If you forgot, here is a reminder.

Best Game of the Summer

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Posted by on October 5, 2011 in NBA

 

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2 responses to “NBA lockout brings more summer action

  1. Jesica Parsley

    October 6, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    I would say this game does beat the previous best! This game seems to have more energy and action from every player! The crossovers and dunks were unbelievable. I am just glad to see the players still taking playing locked out or not.

     
  2. confectionerykate

    October 6, 2011 at 1:14 pm

    I can’t believe I didn’t even know there was an NBA lockout right now. Good to know. That game was insane – I can’t believe that whole video was just from that one game! I think that deserves the best game award. But I only liked it til LeBron showed up..

     

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