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Nick Brignola / Pepper Adams / Hank Jones / Mel Lewis / George Mraz (Live in Amsterdam) (Thanks for watching! /)

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Thank so much, Kenny! Two of the best baritone players that ever walked this planet with perfect rhythm section! This is so much better than studio record Pepper and Nick did together........... It's great to hear musicians doing their thing at the time when Jazz Festivals actually featured Jazz.
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+vova47 My pleasure. They are great indeed
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14 August 1982, De Meervaart, Amsterdam (Int. Jazz Fest.) / NOS Radio Broadcast
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Quality Jazz, one of the very few accomplishments that makes living in this world almost bearable...almost. Thanks for putting this up. It's beautiful. K.
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+Karl G No problem

Travis Homer 99 yard TD run vs Fort Pierce Central, one of the GREATEST runs ever

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PLEASE!, 99 yard runs are a-dime-a-dozen at the high school level. "Greatest run ever", lmfao...
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swag16, Miami future is BRIGHT.

Reggie Lewis: highlights - and dramatic event - of his last NBA game

In game 1 of the Eastern Conference First Round of the 1993 NBA Playoffs, Boston's Reggie Lewis started out strong, scoring 10 points in the first 3 minutes, ...

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Can anyone explain why he'd just collapse like that briefly? What's happening to his heart?
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Idk bro same happen with hank gathers
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wow, scary moment at 3:43. My jaw just dropped and heart sunk. I can guarantee you that 'IF' Reggie didn't have a health problem, he'd have a great career and be in the HOF. R.I.P.
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+RUMPELSTILTSKY and don't forget he was i think only about age of 27 or 28.
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+RUMPELSTILTSKY fr if he had went maybe got couple medicine to treat him and have couple of doctors watching him he what of got better couple months and be alive today.
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+HRTVFan2 they should of fucking took him to the doctors or something he collapsed and just let him go back in the fucking game wtf idiots man
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+Manny Donaire Not much footage of Lewis but from everything I've read he was definitely one of the NBA's biggest "what-if" stories and you're probably right about him potentially being an all-time great had he lived.
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I remember watching this game live, but forgot that Reggie Lewis actually returned to the game. We can all look back at this with 20/20 hindsight and realize R.Lewis should have gone to the hospital because this led to his death 2 months later, but he was able to walk off on his own power. The TNT graphic showed that R.Lewis had missed just 9 GAMES in his last 5 seasons!! He was a true ironman, unlike today's players. With all that being said, I understand that this took place in 1993 and we did not have the medical advancements that we have now in 2015, but what exactly did the medical staff check for while Reggie Lewis was in the locker room?? Hank Gathers died of a similar sort of heart condition 3 years before this game took place, you would have thought that Gathers death would convince sports teams on every level to take more precautions when a player collapses on the court. Even if he is does get right back up.
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+seeehorn whats even sadder is that lewis wasnt even in a real game he was practicing to get better
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+Spitshine Tommy Yeah, he saw some doctors in the hours or days after he returned to play in this game. The doctors told him that he had a similar heart condition to Hank Gathers and said that he should never play basketball again because he would die if he did!!! He did miss the rest of the series. During the summer, Reggie Lewis got 1 doctor to clear him to play, he immediately went to Brandeis University to shoot some baskets and workout, he collapsed on the floor while playing at Brandies University and died at the hospital a short time later!!! Since then, several college basketball players have had their careers cut short because doctors discovered a heart condition that could be fatal if they continued to play.
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+seeehorn Did they take Lewis to the hospital after the game, and did the findings contribute to him missing the rest of the series? I'm assuming they did.
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+Bailey Ballsz He may have fainted before, but I still believe they should've taken Reggie Lewis to a hospital immediately!! For some reason, you're response triggered a memory I had of Joe Kleine(who I just noticed was a teammate of Reggie Lewis in this game and who you can see checking on Reggie) collapsing during the national anthem of a nationally televised NBC game a few years after this game took place. I was foggy on the details so I just googled 'Joe Kleine Collapse' and an article came up from April/1996 about Joe Kleine collapsing during the national anthem of a game against the Lakers. The article says J.Kleine told the doctors he could walk off on his own, but they insisted that he'd be put on a stretcher and took him straight to a hospital.I brought all that up to say, that's what should've been done with Reggie Lewis. I'm assuming the reason they put Joe Kleine on a stretcher, then into an ambulance and took him to the hospital was because of what happened to Reggie Lewis here. They didn't want to take any chances
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+seeehorn He said he fainted before and all he did was faint so i dont see how he or anyone else could of thought more of it other than exhausted or nerves, but i do agree he should of got checked out at the hospital after this game.

Kirk Archibeque

2nd half footage of Kirk Archibeque(#44 in white) and Ft Lewis College against Colorado Christian in the conference tournament.

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ŁKS dał masakrycznie dupy sprzedając Archibeque'a. Kirk przecież był najlepszym zawodnikiem tej ekipy. Zawsze zdobywał najwięcej punktów z wszystkich. Gdyby nie on, to ŁKS by przegrywał jeszcze sromotniej niż przegrywa teraz. Ale co z tego? Lepiej go sprzedać za grosze i to w dodatku w momencie, kiedy przegrywają mecz po meczu. Dupy dali i tyle.
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