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    Default Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    which one is the most unstoppable? also add to the list if you happen to think of one that i left out

    1)Magic Johnson fast break
    2) Jordan fade-away
    3) Malone/Stockton pick n roll
    4) Kareem Sky hook
    5) Shaq Post up
    6) Reggie Miller off of screens
    7) Ray allen off screens

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Kareem's sky hook and Shaq's drop step and baby hook/dunk are the 2 most unstoppable, IMO.

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Quote Originally Posted by chris2010
    which one is the most unstoppable? also add to the list if you happen to think of one that i left out

    1)Magic Johnson fast break
    2) Jordan fade-away
    3) Malone/Stockton pick n roll
    4) Kareem Sky hook
    5) Shaq Post up

    6) Reggie Miller off of screens
    7) Ray allen off screens

    *more for you to add*

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    lol

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Hakeem turnaround

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    if you're going to put magic on the fastbreak, then put lebron also

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Those are some solid choices. Should probably add Tim Duncan's bank shot to the list.

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Quote Originally Posted by Walduś
    lol
    Why is that funny?

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Dump to shaq. Do the wiggle.

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Kobe fade away?

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Hakeem's dream shake

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Single move - Kareem's skyhook.
    Most skilled unstoppable offense - Jordan and Hakeem.
    Simply unstoppable offense - Shaq and Wilt.

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Quote Originally Posted by Bosnian Sajo
    Kobe fade away?

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Quote Originally Posted by az00m
    Why is that funny?
    jordan's jumper is more unstoppable than shaq and kareem in the post?

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Quote Originally Posted by FatComputerNerd
    Those are some solid choices. Should probably add Tim Duncan's bank shot to the list.
    Nah, in terms of being an unstoppable move, I don't think that ranks that highly on the list, in fact, Duncan's turnarounds and jump hooks were better high percentage shots than his bank shot. He did have the face up game with the 12-15 foot bank shot or the straight away jumper from out to 18-20 feet and he could put the ball on the floor, but his bank shot alone doesn't rank among the most unstoppable shots/moves in NBA history, IMO.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aye Dee
    Hakeem's dream shake
    I think that more than any specific move, Hakeem was so good because of an assortment of moves. He didn't have one particular move that was as automatic as Kareem's sky hooks or Shaq's drop steps and baby hooks, but what made Hakeem so good was that he could keep the defense guessing. His favorite move was that baseline fadeaway which sometimes he'd set up with the dream shake or shoot it almost immediately after catching, it or go with the quick spin. But he could also go to the middle for his jump hook, and his face up game was great because he could shoot outside and actually handle the ball extremely well for his size. By the 90's he could shoot off the dribble at a pretty good percentage. He also became excellent at spinning and drawing a crowd, but then kicking it out to shooters. In fact, Houston's offense was predicated on Hakeem drawing defenders around him so the shooters could get open shots.
    Last edited by ShaqAttack3234; 01-20-2011 at 09:53 PM.

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    Default Re: Most unstoppable offensive moves in nba history

    Quote Originally Posted by ShaqAttack3234
    Nah, in terms of being an unstoppable move, I don't think that ranks that highly on the list, in fact, Duncan's turnarounds and jump hooks were better high percentage shots than his bank shot. He did have the face up game with the 12-15 foot bank shot or the straight away jumper from out to 18-20 feet and he could put the ball on the floor, but his bank shot alone doesn't rank among the most unstoppable shots/moves in NBA history, IMO.
    Maybe you're right. Iconic would probably be a better description than unstoppable for Tim's bank shot.

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