Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Nba 25 Years of Champions |
Live the excitement of the last 25 years of the NBA Championships and the seasons leading up to each big game in a 5-disc collector?s set. The program features all the drama and highlights of the championship team's drive ... more »
Michail Kapilidis | Athens,Greece | 06/05/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"First of all, in regard to the previous review...you have to know what you 're buying.I knew that this dvd was a collection of every championship season video(1980-2004).I also read the product review which says "The program features all the drama and highlights of the championship team's drive to the NBA Finals".Meaning the videos focus on the winning team and they also focus on the finals.Some of 'em don't follow that exact formula but guess what...these for me are the weakest.because,let's face it you cannot fit one Nba season in a one hour video.Anyway there are all the great moments,players,plays...it simply doesn't get any better.except in some cases like the "return to glory"('85 Lakers)which is poorly produced...the narrator speaks constantly without altering his voice tone,and after a while he becomes quite irritating.Speaking of irritating the music in the videos from '80-'87 tottally sucks!But let's face it,these are minor flows...Top 5 videos '90 pistons '93 Bulls '98 Bulls 2000 Lakers '84 Celtics"
Most have already been released
Brian Shaw | Orlando, FL USA | 05/24/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"First of all, let's get one thing out of the way, this is not really a new DVD. The majority of the team videos in here have already been released on VHS, and the ones for Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Antonio 2003, and Detroit 2004 have been released on DVD as well.
It's great to have since they are all in one place, but repetitive if you have the Bulls, Lakers, and Celtics sets."
This DVD is alright.
William D. Hugel | Cocoa Beach, Florida | 06/05/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD set is great if you want to see half of how both teams made the Finals and half for how the team that won the title got there. I actually really liked the set from 1980-1986 because each year went over how the whole playoffs and even the regular season (especially 1984 which included the All-Star Weekend) went and how both teams got to the NBA Finals. But then when it got to the 1987 Finals it became a team video on how the Lakers did for the whole season and had no details on how the Celtics got there, after that 1988 went the same way with a Laker team video with no mention of how the Pistons got there, but then 1989 it went back to how both the Pistons and Lakers made the Finals and also the Inaugural Seasons for the Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat and then 1990 and on it went to just the winning teams video. So if you're looking for a history of the last 25 NBA Champions well you're not going to get the whole story. This DVD set is good but if you're a fan of the losing team from any of the Finals you may not find how you're team got there."