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The greatest games in NBA & WNBA history with commentary and interviews.

Latest episodes

aired 44 days ago
Game 7 of the 1982 Eastern Conference Finals. Julius Erving leads Philadelphia to victory over Boston in a decisive game 7.
aired 71 days ago
Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals. Michael Jordan hits the game-winning shot over Bryon Russell to give Chicago their 6th NBA title. From June 14, 1998.
aired 128 days ago
Game 6 of the 1996 NBA Finals. The Bulls defense shut down the Sonics to win the NBA Championship. From June16, 1996.
aired 128 days ago
Game 5 of the 1991 NBA Finals. Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan try to out duel each other. From June 12, 1991.
aired 128 days ago
Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals. The Lakers overcome a 13-point deficit in the 3rd quarter to beat the Celtics and win the championship.
aired 129 days ago
Game 4 of the 2009 NBA Finals.
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Game 4 of the 2002 NBA Finals. Shaquille O'Neal scores 34 points and wins his third NBA Finals MVP award, leading the Lakers to the NBA title.
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Game 3 of the 2002 NBA Finals.
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Game 5 of the 2001 NBA Finals. Shaquille O'Neal scores 29 points as the Lakers win back-to-back NBA titles.
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Game 6 of the 2000 NBA Finals. Shaquille O'Neal's dominant performance of 41 points and 12 rebounds lead the Lakers to the NBA Championship.
aired 129 days ago
Game 7 of the 1998 Eastern Conference Finals. Michael Jordan refuses to lose, as the Bulls knock off Reggie Miller and the Pacers to advance to the Finals.
aired 130 days ago
Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals. Known as "The Flu Game," Michael Jordan overcomes an illness to score 38 points and lead the Bulls to victory over the Jazz. From June 11, 1997.
aired 130 days ago
Game 2 of the 1996 NBA Finals. Dennis Rodman scores 10 points and grabs 20 rebounds to help the bulls beat the Sonics. From June 7, 1996.
aired 130 days ago
Michael Jordan scores 26 points as the Bulls cruise to their NBA-record 72nd win. They finish the season going 72-10, three games better than the previous best record. From April 21, 1996.
aired 130 days ago
Michael Jordan scores 55 points. From March 28, 1995.
aired 130 days ago
Scottie Pippen leads Chicago with 36 points and 16 rebounds to a Christmas Day victory over the Knicks. From Dec. 25, 1994.
aired 130 days ago
Game 6 of the 1993 NBA Finals. John Paxson hits the game-winning 3-pointer to help the Bulls win their third straight NBA title. From June 20, 1993.
aired 130 days ago
Game 2 of the 1993 NBA Finals. Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley put on a show with both scoring 42 points each. From June 11, 1993.
aired 130 days ago
Game 1 of the 1992 NBA Finals. Michael Jordan hits six 3-pointers to set an NBA Finals record. From June 3, 1992.
aired 130 days ago
Game 3 of the 1991 Eastern Conference Finals. Bulls win a gritty road game over the Pistons in a pivotal game 3 of the series.
aired 131 days ago
Lebron James scores 56 points against the Raptors, from March 20, 2005.

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