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tarheelblue89, 22 Sep 2009
Posted 22 Sep 2009
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good video editing.
They are the masters if it is fake, the ball NEVER leaves the screen.
It's fake because you posted it.
I told you it's on...
Posted 23 Sep 2009
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If that's real then it's nuts, but everytime I watch the first vid it looks like the ball it's going to end up way left, but then suddenly it's on the path to the hoop. Oh well, looks cool either way.
I taught him everything he knows. You should see me work instead.
it prolly took 10 shots but still is pretty impressive..
It looks like the ball is missing wide right then arcs back in. That said it's the same on both camera angles so they've gone to a lot of trouble if it's a fake.
That's a tough one, they are not trying to pull off anything too outrageous.
What's suspect to me is the ball doesn't leave the frame on the right side shot, usually a tell tail sign of shaky came CGI, but it could just be after many attemps they knew were to set up, I still question that
As for the curve of the ball when it leaves his hand it will be spinning he's also standing off center, i think the curve is natural on a downhill shot
Eveything else looks legit, net movement, backboard movement, looks like the ball comes in at the right speed
I'll say Real
Funny how you hear the ball hit the instant you see it.
Last time I checked it would take a second for the sound to travel up that far.
The A & M newspaper reported it as the greatest homerun in Aggie baseball history.
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