Long Shots: The Life And Times Of The American Basketball Association on DVD
Documentary - Long Out Of Print
"Today's NBA may be known for the 3-point shot, multi-million dollar contracts and all-star slam dunk contests. But it's the renegade teams of the ABA who started the ball rolling. Between 1967 and 1976, the American Basketball Association was the ultimate rebel league with one intention: to shake up the basketball establishment of the NBA. Colorful, entertaining, yet serious players - they had nothing to lose, so they went all out to win. From the New Jersey Americans to the Kentucky Colonels there came star talent that would change the face of basketball forever: Julius Erving, also known as Dr. J, Marvin Barnes, Rick Barry, Connie Hawkins and George Gervin whose basketball finger-roll tantalized fans across America. Their names conjure up a time gone by, when a handful of men changed the game forever. All it took was courage, perseverance...and a red, white and blue basketball."
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