Some random findings:
Jason Williams to Randy Moss high-school alley-oop.
Apparently Robert Horry used to be able to jump.
Willis Reed limps around the floor and the Knicks win the title.
Magic Johnson starts at center, the Lakers win the big one without Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Battle of the future NBA executives: Larry Bird steals the ball from Isiah Thomas, passes it to Dennis Johnson who lays it in for the win.
Danny AingeJerry Sichting jumps up and down uncontrollably, even though the game's not over yet. It's great.
Yao Ming gets drafted, looks morose. The book Operation Yao Ming, which I described in more detail a while ago, explains that that lame high-five was contrived at the suggestion of NBA personnel. In fact, the family was worn down from negotiating their way into the NBA through Chinese and American red tape. At one point Yao's mother reportedly told officials that if Yao Ming didn't make it to the NBA that year, he would never play basketball again.
A feature on Chris Paul. He re-visits the site where his grandfather was brutally murdered, then we see the high school game a few days later where he scores 61--one point for every year of his grandfather's life.
A whole bunch of NBA prospects in an old Euroleague final.
UPDATE: Keep 'em coming! There is an infinite supply of these babies.