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Mario Slam Basketball
2,10 € *
zzgl. 3,99 € Versand

Es ist Showtime! Auf diese Art haben Sie bestimmt noch nie Basketball gespielt! Hier können Sie mit dem Touchpen dribbeln und den Ball im Korb versenken. Aber Vorsicht! Auf dem Spielfeld sind auch Koopa-Panzer und Bob-ombs unterwegs. Sie können drahtlos gegen Ihre Freunde spielen, an Turnieren teilnehmen und Minispiele ausprobieren. Da ist für jeden etwas dabei!

Anbieter: reBuy
Stand: 25.02.2020
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NBA Legends Magic Johnson Lakers Home Jersey Po...
13,49 € *
zzgl. 1,49 € Versand

The all new NBA Funko Pop! Vinyl's are here! Magic Johnson is here to join your collection! Magic is who I am on the basketball court, Earvin is who I am. - Magic JohnsonEarvin Magic Johnson is an NBA icon who tantalised the NBA and audiences around the world with his Showtime Lakers in the 80's, winning 5 NBA Championships in the process. His rivalry with Larry Bird and the Celtics took the NBA brand to new heights and his partnership with Kareem Abdul-Jabaar was one of the most potent offensively that we've ever seen! Figure measures about 3 3/4 inches tall and comes packaged in a window display box, please note images shown are artwork and final product produced may vary.

Anbieter: Zavvi
Stand: 25.02.2020
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James Brown (sportscaster)
45,00 € *
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James Brown (born February 25, 1951), commonly called "J.B.", is an American sports announcer known for being the current host of The NFL Today on CBS and Inside the NFL on Showtime. He is the former host of the FOX network's NFL pregame show, Fox NFL Sunday. Born on February 25, 1951 in Washington DC to John and Maryann Brown. Brown graduated from Harvard with a degree in American Government. A standout on the basketball court, he received All- Ivy League honors in his last three seasons at Harvard University and captained the team in his senior year. After failing to make a roster spot when he tried out for the Atlanta Hawks in the mid 1970s, Brown entered the corporate world, working for such companies as Xerox and Eastman Kodak. Brown went into sports broadcasting in 1984 when he was offered a job doing Washington Bullets TV games. He later moved on to an anchor position at WDVM-TV (later WUSA-TV) in Washington, D.C. and to some work at CBS. While at CBS Sports, Brown worked as a play- by-play announcer for NFL telecasts and reported on major events such as the NBA Finals and the Winter Olympic Games.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Sharing Turf
16,90 CHF *
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Sharing Turf is the uplifting true-life story of a community torn by racial strife, coming together to make things better. The summer of 1991 race riots threatened to further divide Blacks and Hassidic Jews in the Crown Heights, Brooklyn neighborhood. Youth leaders from both ethnic groups came together with a plan to help bridge the gap and what resulted was nothing short of remarkable. Bringing the youth together for dialogues-for-understanding, things took off and, despite the nay-sayers, their efforts grew into making art murals, playing ball and even making music together. Only months after the race riots they had a name, calling themselves Project C.U.R.E. - which stands for Communication, Understanding, Respect, & Education. Working together with other NYC groups, the CURE basketball team got the NY Knicks to dedicate one professional NBA game a season to racial harmony. The CURE team played during halftime during these games right at Madison Square Garden. Their music group, known as Dr. Laz & The CURE, opened for Al Green for Gospel Night in Brooklyn. Since then they've also opened for The Manhattans and played for the US Congress. Like many worthwhile endeavors, theirs was a difficult start and involved all sorts of trials and tribulations, from both within and outside the community. The story of Sharing Turf is an inspiring one, filled with tears, struggles, and the joy of overcoming some powerful odds. It's a story that ultimately shows we have far in common that what often seems to divide us. Sharing Turf was made into a major film by Showtime, called simply 'Crown Heights.' It stars Howie Mandel as Dr. Laz, and Mario Van Peebles as Laz's African-American partners, Richard Green and Rev. Paul Chandler. Sharing Turf shows us in very dramatic ways that unity through diversity can work for the betterment of all.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Showtime
6,40 CHF *
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The New York Times bestselling author of Sweetness delivers the first all-encompassing account of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of professional sports' most-revered—and dominant—dynasties. The Los Angeles Lakers of the 1980s personified the flamboyance and excess of the decade over which they reigned. Beginning with the arrival of Earvin 'Magic” Johnson as the number-one overall pick of the 1979 draft, the Lakers played basketball with gusto and pizzazz, unleashing their famed 'Showtime” run-and-gun style on a league unprepared for their speed and ferocity—and became the most captivating show in sports and, arguably, in all-around American entertainment. The Lakers' roster overflowed with exciting all-star-caliber players, including center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and they were led by the incomparable Pat Riley, known for his slicked-back hair, his Armani suits, and his arrogant strut. Hollywood's biggest celebrities lined the court and gorgeous women flocked to the arena. Best of all, the team was a winner. Between 1980 and 1991, the Lakers played in an unmatched nine NBA championship series, capturing five of them. Bestselling sportswriter Jeff Pearlman draws from almost three hundred interviews to take the first full measure of the Lakers' epic Showtime era. A dazzling account of one of America's greatest sports sagas, Showtime is packed with indelible characters, vicious rivalries, and jaw-dropping, behind-the-scenes stories of the players' decadent Hollywood lifestyles. From the Showtime era's remarkable rise to its tragic end—marked by Magic Johnson's 1991 announcement that he had contracted HIV—Showtime is a gripping narrative of sports, celebrity, and 1980s-style excess.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.02.2020
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When the Game Was Ours
62,99 € *
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From the moment these two legendary players took the court on opposing sides, they engaged in a fierce physical and psychological battle. In Celtic green was Larry Bird, the hick from French Lick with laser-beam focus, relentless determination, and a deadly jump shot, a player who demanded excellence from everyone around him. Magic Johnson was Mr. Showtime, a magnetic personality with all the right moves. Young, indomitable, he was a pied piper in purple and gold. And he burned with an inextinguishable desire to win. Their uncommonly competitive relationship came to symbolize the most thrilling rivalry in the NBAa 'East vs. West, physical vs. finesse, old school vs. Showtime, even white vs. black. Each pushed the other to greatness, and together Bird and Johnson collected eight NBA Championships and six MVP awards, helping to save a floundering NBA. At the start they were bitter rivals, but along the way they became lifelong friends. With intimate detail, When the Game Was Ours reveals for the first time the inner workings of two players dead set on besting each other. From the heady days of trading championships to the darker days of injury and illness, we come to understand Larrya (TM)s obsessive devotion to winning and how his demons drove him on the court. We hear him talk with candor about playing through chronic pain. In Magic we see a star struggle with the sting of defeat, not just as a player but as a team leader. When he learns he has contracted HIV we hear in his own words how that devastating news affected his relationships in basketball and beyond. But always, we see both these men prevail.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Sharing Turf
13,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Sharing Turf is the uplifting true-life story of a community torn by racial strife, coming together to make things better. The summer of 1991 race riots threatened to further divide Blacks and Hassidic Jews in the Crown Heights, Brooklyn neighborhood. Youth leaders from both ethnic groups came together with a plan to help bridge the gap and what resulted was nothing short of remarkable. Bringing the youth together for dialogues-for-understanding, things took off and, despite the nay-sayers, their efforts grew into making art murals, playing ball and even making music together. Only months after the race riots they had a name, calling themselves Project C.U.R.E. - which stands for Communication, Understanding, Respect, & Education. Working together with other NYC groups, the CURE basketball team got the NY Knicks to dedicate one professional NBA game a season to racial harmony. The CURE team played during halftime during these games right at Madison Square Garden. Their music group, known as Dr. Laz & The CURE, opened for Al Green for Gospel Night in Brooklyn. Since then they've also opened for The Manhattans and played for the US Congress. Like many worthwhile endeavors, theirs was a difficult start and involved all sorts of trials and tribulations, from both within and outside the community. The story of Sharing Turf is an inspiring one, filled with tears, struggles, and the joy of overcoming some powerful odds. It's a story that ultimately shows we have far in common that what often seems to divide us. Sharing Turf was made into a major film by Showtime, called simply 'Crown Heights.' It stars Howie Mandel as Dr. Laz, and Mario Van Peebles as Laz's African-American partners, Richard Green and Rev. Paul Chandler. Sharing Turf shows us in very dramatic ways that unity through diversity can work for the betterment of all.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Showtime
5,70 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The New York Times bestselling author of Sweetness delivers the first all-encompassing account of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of professional sports' most-revered—and dominant—dynasties. The Los Angeles Lakers of the 1980s personified the flamboyance and excess of the decade over which they reigned. Beginning with the arrival of Earvin 'Magic” Johnson as the number-one overall pick of the 1979 draft, the Lakers played basketball with gusto and pizzazz, unleashing their famed 'Showtime” run-and-gun style on a league unprepared for their speed and ferocity—and became the most captivating show in sports and, arguably, in all-around American entertainment. The Lakers' roster overflowed with exciting all-star-caliber players, including center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and they were led by the incomparable Pat Riley, known for his slicked-back hair, his Armani suits, and his arrogant strut. Hollywood's biggest celebrities lined the court and gorgeous women flocked to the arena. Best of all, the team was a winner. Between 1980 and 1991, the Lakers played in an unmatched nine NBA championship series, capturing five of them. Bestselling sportswriter Jeff Pearlman draws from almost three hundred interviews to take the first full measure of the Lakers' epic Showtime era. A dazzling account of one of America's greatest sports sagas, Showtime is packed with indelible characters, vicious rivalries, and jaw-dropping, behind-the-scenes stories of the players' decadent Hollywood lifestyles. From the Showtime era's remarkable rise to its tragic end—marked by Magic Johnson's 1991 announcement that he had contracted HIV—Showtime is a gripping narrative of sports, celebrity, and 1980s-style excess.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.02.2020
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When the Game Was Ours
124,00 CHF *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

From the moment these two legendary players took the court on opposing sides, they engaged in a fierce physical and psychological battle. In Celtic green was Larry Bird, the hick from French Lick with laser-beam focus, relentless determination, and a deadly jump shot, a player who demanded excellence from everyone around him. Magic Johnson was Mr. Showtime, a magnetic personality with all the right moves. Young, indomitable, he was a pied piper in purple and gold. And he burned with an inextinguishable desire to win. Their uncommonly competitive relationship came to symbolize the most thrilling rivalry in the NBAa 'East vs. West, physical vs. finesse, old school vs. Showtime, even white vs. black. Each pushed the other to greatness, and together Bird and Johnson collected eight NBA Championships and six MVP awards, helping to save a floundering NBA. At the start they were bitter rivals, but along the way they became lifelong friends. With intimate detail, When the Game Was Ours reveals for the first time the inner workings of two players dead set on besting each other. From the heady days of trading championships to the darker days of injury and illness, we come to understand Larrya (TM)s obsessive devotion to winning and how his demons drove him on the court. We hear him talk with candor about playing through chronic pain. In Magic we see a star struggle with the sting of defeat, not just as a player but as a team leader. When he learns he has contracted HIV we hear in his own words how that devastating news affected his relationships in basketball and beyond. But always, we see both these men prevail.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.02.2020
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