Before YouTube, NBA Fans Lived for ‘Slamadamonth’ — And Now It’s Online


Let’s travel back in time, sports fans, to an era when we weren’t quite as #blessed as we are today: The ’90s.

Definition was not high, the Internet was not in our pockets and social media meant watching a game at a sports bar while surrounded by actual people (gross). We also didn’t have YouTube to endlessly replay and guffaw at the NBA’s most viciously emasculating dunks — this DeAndre Jordan number from last May, for example.

Indeed, in the uncivilized era preceding YouTube, the highlight-starved among us had to settle for the next-best thing: Slam magazine’s “Slamadamonth” feature, which broke down one posterizing play in exhaustive detail each issue. …

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