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Sweetest finger roll men’s bball Chris MF Jackson?

Posted on 2/29/24 at 7:28 pm
Posted by Tvilletiger
PVB
Member since Oct 2015
4632 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 7:28 pm
He was the best shooter I have ever seen. We always think of his threes but his drives to the basket and his little finger roll were so sweet.
Posted by Schmelly
In Paul Allen's Head
Member since Jan 2014
14401 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 7:33 pm to
I was Chris Jackson in my room on a foam nerf ball/goal
Posted by TigerB8
End Communism
Member since Oct 2003
9184 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 7:48 pm to
His cross dribble between legs then pops a 3 pointer. Was money. 53 points against UF as freshman.
Posted by TigerBR1111
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2014
6539 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 7:49 pm to
I’ll never forget him fouling out three Florida Gators when he was a freshman. I think he scored 55.
I still have not seen a quicker jumpshot
Posted by Tiger1988
Houston
Member since May 2016
24160 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 8:07 pm to
quote:

His cross dribble between legs then pops a 3 pointer. Was money. 53 points against UF as freshman.

Smooth still at his age. Guy was a great player.
Posted by Juan Betanzos
New Orleans
Member since Nov 2005
2359 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 8:22 pm to
He’s 50+ and can still fill it up. He and Tim Hardaway had the best breakdown, crossovers…left many a dude picking up their jock.

He did have the quickest jump shot — from any distance. He was Steph Curry-esque
Posted by Willie Stroker
Member since Sep 2008
12801 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 8:57 pm to
He was the Barry Sanders of basketball.

We would watch and say, “Did he actually just do that?”

It was like a real life magic show.
Posted by tigerskin
Member since Nov 2004
39898 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 9:00 pm to
Dude was so fun to watch
Posted by Simplemaaan
Member since Sep 2007
3802 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 9:27 pm to
Hell , is freshman year Blanton alley ooped to him.
The scored every 4.3 seconds in Loyola M game.
Posted by MBclass83
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2010
9333 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 9:30 pm to
One of my favorite players to watch!!
Posted by drizztiger
Deal With it!
Member since Mar 2007
36603 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 9:58 pm to
quote:

He was the best shooter I have ever seen.
I'm loving all the basketball nostalgia on TD today, this is awesome.

I wasn't around to see Pistol or Pettit, but holy smokes was CJ just a delight to watch.

Two of my favorite memories of the time when I was deciding which college to attend were officially visiting LSU on a HS group trip and going to Fred's or SI's? Not completely sure on that one - and seeing Shaq standing next to the bouncer outside in complete Shaq form. I'm 6'2" and I was like WTF?!? We're going to get this guy too?!?

And the second is actually enrolling for classes on the PMAC floor along-side CJ. I was literally like I'm new here, why are you open enrolling next to me.

That's when they had the phone system when you could change classes, but it was a bitch.

Anyhow, CSB Drizz.
Posted by Fat Bastard
coach, investor, gambler
Member since Mar 2009
72300 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 10:04 pm to
he had one of the best jumpers off the dribble i have veer seen and CONTESTED SHOTS with a guy in his face

SWOOSH!

it was unreal.

it was not like he was doing catch n shoots off a screen.
Posted by Longhorn Actual
Member since Dec 2023
785 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 10:08 pm to
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Chris Jackson


You guys talking about Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf?
Posted by MichiganTiger
Where Global Warming is Welcomed!
Member since Dec 2004
7786 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 10:10 pm to
Speaking of Sports Illustrated…. I remember them having a progressive, where rate discounts would go up depending on how many points Chris Jackson scored.
Posted by drizztiger
Deal With it!
Member since Mar 2007
36603 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 10:12 pm to
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You guys talking about Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf?
Yep. Mahmoud.
Posted by Juan Betanzos
New Orleans
Member since Nov 2005
2359 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 11:06 pm to
If you were able to watch him live & in person, you witnessed greatness.

If he had not listened to handlers in the NBA, and gotten on meds for Tourette’s, he wouldn’t have gained all that weight. He played much better, quicker at the weight he carried at LSU.

INTERVIEWED he even stated this…and regrets that. The Islam / American flag thing is a different story
Posted by GarmischTiger
Humboldt County
Member since Mar 2007
6606 posts
Posted on 2/29/24 at 11:28 pm to
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That's when they had the phone system when you could change classes, but it was a bitch.
REGGIE - TYFYS
Posted by tigah paw
Gordo Al
Member since Jun 2015
1384 posts
Posted on 3/1/24 at 1:42 am to
His half court bounce passes was another thing that put him in a vlass by himself
Posted by glenoaks
Austin
Member since Mar 2009
3334 posts
Posted on 3/1/24 at 1:56 am to
Tremont Waters had a lil Chris in his game
Posted by burke985
UGANDA
Member since Aug 2011
24566 posts
Posted on 3/1/24 at 2:27 am to
He is like lebron to me he was better when he didn’t talk about politics
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