Wasn't that in the playoffs againts the Spurs?If I remember correctly,Steph had ran into Malik Rose and banged his shoulder/arm area and his arm went numb.
The accuracy of that good-natured forecast could hinge on the health of Marbury. He aggravated a nerve injury in his shoulder when he slammed into Malik Rose in Game 4. He was hesitant to take his usual shots in Game 5, especially early as the Spurs rolled to a 54-30 halftime lead.
Diesel's link points out that he was suffering a nerve injury, which caused him to miss that badly. Knowing this, why continue to make fun of him? There's enough fair criticisms of Marbury that you don't have to dis him for getting hurt.
yeah i actually remember watching this game. He injured his arm but attempted the free throws anyway in order to stay in the game. He missed the second one badly too, it hit the backboard hard and didn't hit the rim at all. That moment is cemented into my basketball memory, it was extremely funny.
I airballed my first free throw a few weeks ago. it was amazing. cause the thing is when you miss that badly you dont even notice. at least I didn't. upon release I thought it was in for some reason. then when it didn't touch anything I just couldn't believe it. i just stood there in disbelief.
never had airballed before then. Ive grazed rim once or twice.. but pretty much I'm either in or rim out 99.9% of the time. its very rare. in fact the thing I mention happened in practice. in my whole life, ever since I can remember, even if its the first shot after 3 months of not pickup up a ball, I'll still get a good chunk of the rim. but I just aired that.. it was amazing.
Id say I'm about 80% from the line. I don't really know though. I don't count and I have never been in a league that kept track of %. I'm sure I'm not in the upper echelon cause I'm not that polished anymore. but I definitely make most of them.