Midway through the fourth, Patty Mills got his Wayne Harmes on to release a streaking Ginobili for an uncontested old man dunk. So who Tap, Tap, Taparoo-ed it better? Probably Harmes given the context of the contest, but Mills is currently playing quintessential Spurs basketball before a global audience.
Card of the Week continues our World Game theme with this classic SI card featuring The Admiral disrupting a perfectly good game of football. It's also a great opportunity for us to feature some of Matt Le Tissier's finest work.
There has been a lot said about Ray Allen's dunking ability following his Game 1 stuff in transition. All the historical footage shown in the wake of this play has been Ray going off one foot. Here's a rare two foot throw down from Jesus as a rookie. He's essentially doing Finley's signature dunk right in front of him.
Taken from the Mitch Richmond game for PC, this is a rookie Allen Iverson throwing down a windmill on premier wing defender Eddie Jones. Because this never happened in real life, all we're asking is that you appreciate the primitive beauty of mid '90s DOS graphics.
A young AI would also feature with our man Jerry Stackhat in NBA Hangtime, the greatest game ever released for any platform. BONUS: Fleer '96-97 Allen Iverson Rookie Card
June 5, 1991: Michael Jordan got the first of many NBA Finals wins in Game 2 against the Lakers. After coming ridiculously close in Game 1, Jordan produced one the most efficient scoring performances in Finals history, which included the switch-hands layup.
On this day, the Seattle Supersonics won their first and only NBA championship in 1979. The captain of that squad was Downtown Freddie Brown, #WisconsinStyle pioneer and flat-out shooter. Fred Brown was the first person to lead the league in 3P% when association began recording the statistic in '79.
Here is a game worn jersey that sold at auction for a little over 1500 clams late last year.