The Miami Heat led by young superstar Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O'Neal go on the quest for the franchise's first NBA Championship. Heat President Pat Riley takes over as head coach after an average start for the season and guides the team to the it's first NBA Finals appearance. Get an inside look at the NBA Champion's regular season, triumphant playoff run and NBA Finals victory. Provides an all-access pass to exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes action and an unforgettable courtside view of the NBA Finals. Loaded with clutch bonus features including profiles on your favorite players and in-depth analysis. Experience what is is to be a champion.
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.
The World Tag League is a professional wrestling round-robin tag team tournament held by New Japan Pro Wrestling as a spin-off of the popular singles tournament, the G1 Climax. It was created in 1991 as the Super Grade Tag League, as a continuation of a regular tag team tournament held since 1980, gaining the name G1 Tag League in 1999. In 2012, New Japan's new owners, the Bushiroad company, renamed the tournament to its current form. The winners of the tournament, assuming they do not already hold the belts, obtain #1 contendership to the IWGP Tag Team Championship. The World Tag League is held under a points system, with 2 points for a win, 1 for a draw and 0 for a loss. The current format, introduced in 2006, is essentially identical to that of the G1 Climax, with the top two scoring teams from two blocks of five or six advancing to the semifinals, and the winners of those matches battling in the final.
Pride Grand Prix 2000 Finals was a mixed martial arts event held by the Pride Fighting Championships. It took place at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan on May 1, 2000. The event concluded the Pride open-weight tournament of 2000. It is famous for containing one of the most anticipated matches in mixed martial arts history, Royce Gracie vs. Kazushi Sakuraba.
G1 Climax Finals: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Shinsuke Nakamura IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship: KUSHIDA (c) vs. Ricochet IWGP Jr. Tag Team Championship: Young Bucks (c) vs. ReDragon Bullet Club vs. Chaos & The Kingdom ...And More
Michael Jordan's mid-air, switch-handed layup in game 2 was the most spectacular play of NBA Finals history. He finished with 33 points and 13 assists while scoring 13 in a row he did this amazing layup and shocked entire Chicago Stadium with his vertical ability.
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.
Twenty girls compete in this world championship event. Each contestant draws from a hat to see how she'll be getting soaked in this wild contest. Her choices are the "Fire Brigade" - Five guys in the audience with seltzer bottles and a good aim to boot! "The Beer Bust" - Six guys with 36 ounce glasses of beer to pour on her shapely T-Shirt and finally the "Champagne Bubble Bath" - Yes, we'll dump $50 bottles of Champagne on our lovely ladies to make sure she's wet and full of bubbly excitement from her top to her bottom. Topless. Fourteen beautiful dancers cavort and gyrate their dripping bodies to compete in the World Wet T-Shirt Finals, climaxing in a steamy strip to reveal their golden assets.
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!!!
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!
In the 2010 season, one challenger after another tried to knock the Los Angeles Lakers off their NBA throne. But in the end, the Lakers reigned supreme once again, winning their 16th NBA championship. Led by Finals MVP Kobe Bryant, the Lakers championship drive culminated with an NBA Finals triumph over the arch-rival Boston Celtics.
Get an inside look at the Boston Celtics regular season, triumphant playoff run and NBA Finals victory. Provides an all-access pass to exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes action and an unforgettable courtside view of the NBA Finals.
The final event of the NJPW 2013 World Tag League, live from Nagoya, Aichi, Japan.
Michael Jordan keys a 57-23 that starts late in the second quarter, putting on one of the most dazzling individual performances in Finals history. He buried the Portland Trail Blazers with a barrage of 3-pointers, a then-record six in the first half, as the Chicago Bulls pulled away.
TRUE SIGHT is a documentary series that takes you behind the scenes of the journeys of professional Dota 2 teams. This episode follows Team Liquid and Newbee through the grand finals at The International 2017. Pressure builds as the two teams compete for the grand prize of $10.9 million, the largest in eSports history.
TRUE SIGHT is a documentary series that takes you behind the scenes of the journeys of professional Dota 2 teams. This episode follows OG and Virtus.pro through the grand finals at The Kiev Major, one of three premiere esports events that comprise this year’s Dota 2 Major Championships.
At the beginning of the 2001-02 NBA season, the Los Angeles Lakers were the two-time defending champions... at the end, they were an NBA DYNASTY! The daunting challenge of winning three titles in a row was put to the test in a grueling, seven-game series against the Sacramento Kings that found the Lakers on the brink of elimination. Led by perennial All-Stars Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant, they swept the New Jersey Nets in the 2002 NBA Finals and forever put their stamp on history. Take an in-depth look into the Lakers' roller coaster season that culminated with a third straight championship. This official NBA collectible features exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes locker-room access, and heart-pounding game action. From Robert Horry's thrilling game-winning three pointers to Phil Jackson's inspiring on-court huddles, this DVD captures it all in championship fashion! 60 minutes.
Get an inside look at the San Antonio Spurs regular season; triumphant playoff run and NBA Finals victory with the official 2004-2005 NBA Champions DVD. This official DVD provides an all-access pass to exclusive interviews; behind-the-scenes action and an unforgettable courtside view of the NBA Finals.
In a blockbuster performance deserving of Hollywood, the Los Angeles Lakers added the latest sequel to their championship legacy behind their leading man, Finals MVP Kobe Bryant. In the series billed as Disneyland vs. Disney World, the Lakers defeated the Orlando Magic in the 2009 NBA Finals
The Best of the Super Juniors (often abbreviated BOSJ) is an annual professional wrestling tournament held by New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW), typically in May or June. The wrestlers in the tournament are typically junior heavyweight wrestlers from promotions all over the world. Day 8 of the twenty-first BOSJ is scheduled to take place on June 8, 2014, in Tokyo, Japan.