Great job by the uploader. Pretty much covered all aspects of his post-up game.
- Phenomenal footwork, so graceful and fluid. Poetry in motion.
- Unreal how much space he creates and how much lift he gets on the jumper
- Little wasted motion and another often overlooked aspect is how great of a job he does protecting the ball so defenders can't poke it away
- Reading the defense and timely decision making. If the double is coming, he can fade on the baseline to negate it. There's also quite a few plays where he sees the double team coming and spins baseline quickly to evade the double team and of course, a few plays where he'll split the double
- How he gets the feel of the defender, creating space off the contact and how he often works to get better position when played in single coverage
- Quick upper body movements (arms, shoulders) allowing for deadly shot fakes and body fakes
- A few crisp passes out of the post showcasing his ability to recognize the double team, pass in traffic often adjusting in mid air
13:57 is a rare play, not sure if I've seen it before. Looks like a game from Shaq's rookie year.
15:02 They have illegal defense, that should be illegal offense
- Doug Collins. That shit was nasty, the ball fake and then the step through making it look effortless.
17:18. That shake on Willie Anderson is one of my favorite Jordan plays. I think its from game 3 vs New York in the 1996 playoffs.