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Finals - From the producers of Hell's Kitchen and American Ninja Warrior, a reality show competition on a quest to discover the greatest unknown basketball dunkers.
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All season long, "NBA GameTime" will provide highlights, news and analysis surrounding the leading storylines from around the NBA. The nightly studio show will feature a deep rotation of top basketball analysts including Shaquille O'Neal, Chris Webber, Kenny Smith, Isiah Thomas, Grant Hill, Dennis Scott, Steve Smith, Brent Barry, Rick Fox, Mike Fratello, Greg Anthony and Stu Jackson. Hosts will include Vince Cellini, Jared Greenberg, Rick Kamla, Kristen Ledlow and Matt Winer.
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NBA Action #2531
A weekly look back at the top news and highlights in the NBA.
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Centers of the Universe: Shaq & Yao
Every time they met on the court, it was a colossal event - Shaquille O'Neal and Yao Ming - two giants, battling for supremacy in the league. Now, the two "Centers of the Universe" meet again - this time, to reflect on their relationship as rivals and friends. Yao Ming shares the story of how he journeyed to the US and unlocked his talent in order to contend with the NBA's most dominant center, while Shaquille O'Neal reveals how their on-court confrontations led to a heightened level of respect for his competition.