Once you see this - and then try it yourself - your mind will explode. This is former Chicago Bull and NBA Journeyman Steve Colter pulling off his 'signature move' called the Crooked Leg on John Stockton three times in one game. I was listening to Bernstein and Goff and Dan Bernstein brought up this move for some reason. I used 'signature move' in quotes above because that's what this NBA.com segment featuring Isaiah Thomas calls it. The pre-roll video ad is brutal, so I grabbed the video file and put it up on my own YouTube Channel as an unlisted/non-monetized video. Embedded below. Not sure how long it will last and if the NBA will yank it down. If the player below isn't working, click here to watch it elsewhere on YouTube . But... it is worth it to see these guys all light up when they're talking about Steve Colter. Then Zeke gets up and shows the move off himself. LOL when he says "...and then he gone!" Kinda sweet. They all
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As I've mentioned before , I've taken on the task of penning a series of "sports trends" blog posts at work as one piece of a effort for the company to create a "voice" around major sports events and in the sports-specific media. Yesterday, on the Official Google Blog, we ran my latest piece on the 2011 Final Four and search trends entitled: Searching for a Cinderella Story . As I've done in the past, we looked at search trends around the hot topics of March Madness and the Final Four. With two good Cinderella stories in VCU and Butler, the search story lines are strong. One neat point I think we drew out was how hoops crazy the State of Indiana is right now over Butler. While in every other state Katy Perry trumps just about anything else search-wise, the Bulldogs of Butler have overtaken her this week. The other fun part of this post was including a link to the Werner Ladder Company in the final paragraph about cutting down the nets. They
Thanks to Equation Boy/Man I was able to get into the "Second Round"* games of the Mens 2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament at the United Center. We saw some great names/teams like Notre Dame, Purdue, Georgetown, Florida State and Texas A&M. And some not so great games. (Have to love the VCU upset, right?) Grabbed a grilled cheese at the Billy Goat to top the night off. (Yes....no Cheezeboorger for me.