The 2010 NBA All-Star weekend in Dallas had many story lines from the star studded mid-season weekend events to unforeseen weather. However, a story that needed to be retold is the story of 1986 dunk contest. Spud Webb shocked the world by beating the reigning dunk champion Dominique Wilkins. The show also tells the story of the 5’6″ Nate Robinson who won the 2006 Dunk Contest.
This is the story of the historic basketball programs from Tobacco Road: Duke NC State, UNC and Wake Forest. It explains the history of the rivalry between these Division 1 basketball programs.
For the 2012 NBA Playoffs, I built these front ends to illustrate the power forward match-up of Tim Duncan against Al Jefferson. This is called a roll-in a visual aid to help tell the story of the game.
This is piece is part of a promotional series that highlights recovery techniques used by different athletic trainers of the 2012 NBA playoff teams. Dallas Mavericks Head Athletic Trainer Casey Smith explains the benefits of light and low impact workouts for optimal recovery.
This is a cool little piece I did the transition graphics for the NBA on TNT Playoffs 1st week of coverage. The piece was edit by my Turner Studios colleague Matt Preis.
April 24, 2012 This was a do or die game for the Phoenix Suns. If they won this they would increase their chances of making the NBA Postseason. This was possibly the last game Steve Nash will be dressed in a Suns uniform.
This is the story of Wayman Tisdale a former star collegiate athlete, NBA Player and musician. Mr. Tisdale was an amazing person who did everything with exuberance. TNT’s Jim Huber sat down with Tisdale who shared the night that changed his life. A year after this feature aired on TNT, he lost his fight with cancer.