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A look at the NBA and its players during the 1980s, including the introduction of the 3-point shot, the transformation of the Los Angeles Lakers into "Showtime," and the rivalry between Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.

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Lakers win back-to-back titles; Pistons on the verge of dominance; Michael Jordan hits a "shot" to remember.
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Larry Bird and Magic Johnson battle for league and MVP titles; Spud Webb secures a spot in All-Star history; Dr. J says goodbye.
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The 1984 NBA Draft, the Celtics and Lakers battle for supremacy, and All-Star Weekend introduces the Slam Dunk Contest.
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"Showtime" comes to Los Angeles; Moses Malone wins the elusive NBA title.
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The rivalry between Magic Johnson and Larry Bird; introduction of the 3-point line.

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