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2022-05-27 5:56:35 PM  
Larry Johnson - Converse Grandmama 1995
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2022-05-27 8:16:52 PM  
I wonder if she shoots free throws like Rick Barry did.
 
2022-05-27 9:30:05 PM  

Billy Liar: I wonder if she shoots free throws like Rick Barry did.


That is so oddly specific that I don't know what it means but I have an idea or two.
 
2022-05-27 10:10:39 PM  
Splash?
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I would have went with "Dust"
 
2022-05-27 10:35:03 PM  

Valter: Billy Liar: I wonder if she shoots free throws like Rick Barry did.

That is so oddly specific that I don't know what it means but I have an idea or two.


He used to shoot his free throws in the "Granny" style - underhanded.  With terrific accuracy.  It was more common in the '30s, '40s, and into the '50s.  Barry used it in the '70s, the last player in the NBA to do so that I can think of.
 
2022-05-27 10:39:11 PM  
Barry had a .900 free throw percentage

Tissot Moments in Time | Rick Barry's Underhand Free Throws
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2022-05-28 1:46:09 AM  
That is awful risky for them. Falling on that hardwood floor. Their hip would never heal. Maybe do this on a grass field or sandy beach? Set up on a grass tennis court?
 
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