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    Craig's "Dunk"

    Anybody got any video of Craig's missed put-back dunk that soared in the air and dropped through? The video feed from CloneZone didn't have the greatest angle and I wanted to see it again.



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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    That was a sweet dunk. Wonder what the odds are on that happening.



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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    They've got the highlights on CloneZone, and that was not one of them. Couldn't believe it.



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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    I dont think anyone has that angle unless they had a handcam in the crowd. Seems like clone zone usually zooms on players and not on full court.



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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    I don't understand why they didn't put it in the highlights on cyclones.com? I was excited when the highlights started because they were from different angles than the CloneZone broadcast, so I thought they'd have a good shot of it.....



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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    I'd love to see this. Just sat through the highlights on clone zone myself and was surprised not to see it.

    Hopefully someone will get this and put it up somewhere... It would have made espn I would think.



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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    Quote Originally Posted by BKLYNCyclone View Post
    I'd love to see this. Just sat through the highlights on clone zone myself and was surprised not to see it.

    Hopefully someone will get this and put it up somewhere... It would have made espn I would think.
    I really want to see it as well.
    I'm sure it would have made ESPN, if it was on some sort of TV, rather than just clonezone.


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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    Clonezone apparently doesn't allow you to watch the full game replays? I thought that was half the point of the membership.



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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    You can see a video his dunk on facebook or the cyclone website in the video section. It doesn't show how high the ball goes up, but it shows the dunk and the ball going back in.
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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    I missed the game, but heard it on the radio. They painted a great picture of it, claiming it went 20 feet in the air before falling through. My buddy, who was at the game, claimed it only went 10 feet, ruining my image. We're not speaking to each other at the moment.


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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    A real-time clip (without the slo-mo) should allow someone to figure out roughly how high the ball went, right? All we need is the time from the ball leaving the rim to the ball crossing that same plane.



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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    Quote Originally Posted by theshadow View Post
    A real-time clip (without the slo-mo) should allow someone to figure out roughly how high the ball went, right? All we need is the time from the ball leaving the rim to the ball crossing that same plane.
    Yes, I think you could do that. Or, would you need the velocity that the ball is bouncing off the rim? Otherwise, you could pause it at its highest point and then record the time it takes to fall back down, and then do some equation to find the height that it went. I hate physics.


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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    Its on Facebook now.


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    Re: Craig's "Dunk"

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonedave25 View Post
    Yes, I think you could do that. Or, would you need the velocity that the ball is bouncing off the rim? Otherwise, you could pause it at its highest point and then record the time it takes to fall back down, and then do some equation to find the height that it went. I hate physics.
    You can't see the highest point, so you have to rely on the time and acceleration (gravity).



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