The NBA 75th Anniversary Ceremony at All-Star Was Legendary | NBA on TNT

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What A Night ๐Ÿ’Ž
Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Shaq, Chuck and other members of the team got honored during halftime of the 2022 NBA All-Star Game in Cleveland.
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  • Loved how MJ was in his own circle and being introduced last. The NBA simply tells the world who's the GOAT (at least in the last 75 years)

    • @Kevin Thompson nah

    • Look up Goat in the dictionary it shows a photo of MJ.

    • @11th Tribe ok

    • @M N in every regard, he didnโ€™t deserve it

    • @11th Tribe in what regard?

  • I can watch MJโ€™s entrance over and over again and never get tried๐Ÿคฉ

    • I tried to but cant!

    • the brightest among the all stars

    • I thought it was just me lol Iโ€™ve watched it like 20 times ๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Iโ€™ve watched the whole video a few times at the gym. Very inspiring and very well done

  • Love how MJ went straight into the middle of the circle, knowing that it is his spot - the GOAT spot!

    • @Rhon dapiawin Minggoy ayo.. ๐Ÿคจ๐Ÿ“ธ๐Ÿ“ธ๐Ÿ“ธ๐Ÿ“ธ๐Ÿ“ธ

    • The G spot ๐Ÿ˜

  • 24:15 These moments for Kobe give me goosebumps ๐Ÿฅบโค๏ธ

    • he's still so present, it's honestly the most surreal passing i've experienced even since Prince or MJ

    • Im still in a world where Kobe is alive and enjoying retirement.

    • I cried when I saw his name like he was supposed to be there ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’›

    • That was probably the hardest part of that whole thing, ive never seen Mike Lebron and Kobe in the same place at the same time but man what i would've given to see them there together. RIP Bean ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ

  • I just got the chills when they announced mike and he walked out with everybody screaming ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ‹๏ธโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ

  • But, MJ being called last says it all. The face of the nba and the one and only GOAT.

    • @KILLA VISION FU

    • Your OPINION. And you ainโ€™t NOBODY

    • @Clown DA yeah sure buddy

    • @Dion Santana lebron is about take Kareemโ€™s scoring title at a younger age with ridiculously better stats. Thereโ€™s no argument for KAJ being better than lebron

    • Greatest of all time meaning past, present, future.

  • Shaq always being funny. Whatever the ceremony. I'm sure one soul is proud. โค๏ธ

  • Kobe is definitely one of the best to ever do it. I started out not being a huge Bryant fan but the dude was phenomenal. Rip

    • @Buff kobe sorry to break to it to you but mj only said that because he felt bad. Kobe is a great value knock off mj. Explain to me in what way is kobe top 5

    • โ€‹@MIGGY๊ชœ mj said otherwise

    • Not even top 5

    • watching the breadth of his arsenal in highlights is something else.

  • No sport shows love to their history like the NBA does ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ‘

  • Jordan walked out last and knew exactly where heโ€™s supposed to go..the very center of the circle..GOAT

  • Man, it was hard not to shed a tear when they said Kobe's name. And so glad that MJ got the love of the night along-with Kobe. Rodman got the love he deserved to. He will always be the people's champ!

    • Trust me when I say that eating a bowl of RAISIN BRAN Cereal with Cherry Coca Cola instead of milk is the best breakfast on earth ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ

    • Love that hug from MJ to Dennis at the end.

    • Um no that's the rock

    • @TippinMehLady Without Rodman Jordan Wouldn't Have An 2 3-Peat

    • @All Gamers Matter comeon to be honest every thing written is somebodys opinion not laced in fact. Just that person's opinion. My opinion where the f**K is Calvin Murphy and Tracy McGrady, but I digress.

  • At 19:46 that Jordanโ€™s photo Gives me chills. Heโ€™s fierce and driven to win

  • MJ the GOAT of goats! He deserves every honour he gets. MJ you are simply the best. Every thing about his aura is electrifying. So happy to have watch bball in his era.

    • Brady and Gretzky

  • No matter how long ago M.J has been away from the game I'm sure he still gets same feeling every time hearing that crowd erupt, it's like winning the championship for 1st time! ๐Ÿ† ๐Ÿ ๐Ÿ€ #NeverGetsOld

    • Not a fan, but have to admit MJ IS THE NBA GOAT

  • The GOAT... Can't stop replaying over again. It gives me the chills all the time

  • Tengo 45 aรฑos y me siento un privilegiado de haber vivido la mejor รฉpoca de la NBA con los bulls como protagonistas,y al gran Michael Jordan

    • Same here

  • It definitely was a momentous occasion for everyone. Hearing MJโ€™s name was so nostalgic even for him you can see how proud he was to be there. I know he held back a tear. 75 years of legendary ball there will never be a better set of guys than the ones mentioned. My statement could be debatable thatโ€™s fine. But thatโ€™s the way I feel.. Big Respect & thanks to all the players for putting on a fantastic show!

  • From dirk to MJ so many memories flooded me this was truly amazing and a spectacle can't wait for NBA 100

  • 16:20 shaq 23:39 zeke 24:16 kobe 25:10 magic/mj

  • That pop for MJ, Magic, Kobe, Shaq and Dennis Rodman is like the WWF fans cheering when seeing The Rock, Stone Cold, The Undertaker or Hulk Hogan. I really hope MJ is still alive when the NBA turns 100 years old

    • Steph got a big pop too.

    • Fax

    • @Tracy Caldwell No, in Billโ€™s era there was 8 teams then later on 9 teams. 11 rings in a 9 teams league

    • @2KILLAVILLE yeah Bird and Russell would've got big applause if they was there in the flesh.. The people u named i can agree but who u gonna take off ?..wish it was 100 because i can think of a couple more but i know the theme is the 75 for the 75 years

    • @waitwhat I just wan

  • They left the best for last. Magic Johnson, Kobe, MJ ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ

    • you really skip Steph. what a hater

    • Kobe ain't the best or magic clown

    • Yeah Steph and Wade should have come before Kobe, Magic and MJ, that would have blown the roof off the place

    • i kind of wish they would have announced Kobe's name either before MJ or before Magic.

  • Even though MJ always deflects the GOAT name, when this guy is called last, he skips following magic and steph to the bottom step and goes straight to the center where no other players areโ€ฆ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚GOATโค๏ธ

    • Hahahahaha

  • Come on!.... when Michael Jordan strolled out it was just pure magic and a privilege to see the greatest ever nba player in history

  • Always warms my heart to see the amount of respect Shaq has for Kareem

  • The man has been retired for 20 years, still he got the biggest ovation in CLEVELAND!๐Ÿ˜ณ

    • Bruh I canโ€™t wait til LeBron is the undisputed Goat in 2045. Yโ€™all take every chance to hate

    • Thatโ€™s because Michael Jordan doesnโ€™t appear much in nba events compared to lebronโ€™s 12 years of being there

    • @Dominique Owens ๐Ÿค“

    • @Pasan De Silva they had already seen Lebron fora whole half of basketball before that.

    • @John Cena YOU JUST VALIDATED HIS POINT ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿพโ€โ™‚๏ธ

  • Teary eyes when they mentioned Kobe Bryant... Happy 75th. Founding anniversary I truly love NBA hope it will reached ๐Ÿ’ฏ years for the next generation ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’• Congratulations everyone ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ

  • I fell in love for the first time before I had any clue of what love even was, I was 7 years old and my beautiful better half was named Basketball... This was the best presentation of any kind the NBA has given us in at least 20 years. Bravo ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ. I still remember โ€œThe NBA at 50โ€ and the presentation of the 50 Greatest Players โ€œteamโ€ of the first 50 years of the game and at 10 years old and an absolute fanatic of the game, it gave me goosebumps seeing those legendary players who made me love the game so much and the players I could really only imagine based on what I had read and heard about in what was basically a pre-internet world. Lucky enough to have lasted and be here to watch this 25 years later... it gave me goosebumps and made me feel like I was 10 years old again. Though there have undoubtedly been some great and legendary moments in between, the last time I honestly remember feeling like this - about the league, not the game itself, Iโ€™ve never lost my undying love of the game, but truly appreciating what we as fans have, what weโ€™ll soon lose, and what weโ€™ve lost... forever to be remembered in highlight reels, ILaward clips, ESPN Classic presentations, and most importantly in our hearts (RIP Kobe) - was all the way back in 2000, when I was in 8th grade and when Vince Carter showed us the true meaning of โ€œHalf-Man, Half-Amazingโ€ when he made what we then had never even thought of or thought of as the impossible... look effortless, in the 2000 Dunk Contest. With all that said, Iโ€™m happy with the direction the League appears to be going in, proud of talent that represents it, and proud to be celebrating my 28th anniversary with the game. Hereโ€™s to hoping to make it to see the greatest 100 @ 100 ๐Ÿป

    • Unfortunately Vince got snubbed here ๐Ÿ˜

  • This the greatest gathering of sports heros in history..im in tears! Today I cant even name everyone on every team like before...those were special times

  • MJ truly deserve to be in the centre. Any the moment you put someone else in that position it wonโ€™t feel right, regardless of the reasoning. ๐Ÿ’ŽTO MICHAEL JORDAN AND ALL OF OUR HEROS IN THE NBA ๐Ÿ’Ž Also Giannisโ˜บ๏ธ

  • The way the crowd reacted to MJ speaks for itself,๐Ÿ

    • @Rudebwoy RichieB bron be living rent free

    • Especially in Ohio *puts glasses on*

  • Man seeing Kobe up on the board like that had me all emotional! ๐ŸฅฒHe would have loved to have been there in person for sure.

  • MJ is a part on why the 90 was so much fun to watch.

  • Oh man, hearing the crowd go wild at Kobe's name almost broke me. The Mamba was taken from us way too soon

  • Mi infancia y adolescencia! ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿ˜

  • Theyโ€™re all so humble despite everything theyโ€™ve achieved in their careers, but seeing MJ go up last and hearing the ovation is just something else. This man isnโ€™t just a basketball icon, heโ€™s a global icon.

    • @Vera bruh he was known for his career not shoes. people outside america didnt buy jordans or even knew nike had jordans tf

    • @Vera but his nba career made his shoes iconic!!

    • @John Miguel my whole comment was to the first gut that replied (james mckellar), you decided to come and start talking to me not the other way around

    • @Chocolate MJ is not a good guy. What are you on about? He will smack his teammates, he will cuss at his enemies. What is your point?

    • @John Miguel yes...does...that...change...the...fact...that...mj...ain't...humble?...

  • "There are many legends but there is only icon " All 74 legends and mj is the icon

  • MJ KILLED the CAVS his whole career. Brutally! And they still gave him the biggest ovation LOL. GOAT!

  • Love or hate him, everybody wants to be like Mike! He is the goat.

  • Well, MJ's entrance at the end, ends all debate, he's the true GOAT

  • MJ is just DIFFERENT!! Legends everywhere. What a celebration!

    • @Q S Lol take a bath hippie

    • @Q S Why even debate that there is no other player you can put above him. Lebron been dropped out of that convo, And Kobe's average prime years Rookie Jordan had better numbers. Why debate this debate who's second or third that's a way better debate than, being clueless like Nick im always wrong wright.

    • @Q S Phil had a better team when her left the Bulls he just didn't have the Greatest of all time anymore.

    • @Q S then clearly it's not a replicate? coz they didn't win. look, the 2 you mentioned are greats and considers Jordan as the GOAT. you can clearly watch todays NBA and they look exactly like Mike's moves. it feels like a player from 22 playing in 80s and 90s. not to mention the way he defends make a lot of difference. if you think jordan will not succeed without bulls then you are badly mistaken my friend.

    • @Phil Rockwell ??? What are you on??? I'm just debating that MJ isn't the GOAT.

  • Seeing Kareem looking so frail, imitating his own skyhook hit me in the feels.

  • It really feels great to watch all those best players, gather on such an occasion!! We grew up to them, grinding, & never backing down! Putting the work and the effort to become grat ones ourselves! The energy of the sport is ever lasting and kind of resurrected in my opinion ! Thank All of Yall! I love this Game!!

  • So happy i came up in the jordan era, i get teary just watchin this, he got the biggest pop from the crowd, mad sign of respect and he got the middle of the circle too...so glad i was born and raised in chicago, got to see him on my tv and in person

  • I still get chills during 24:17-24:33. The roof of the Cleveland Cavaliers' arena would've probably blown off if Kobe Bryant were still alive, today--figuratively, of course. The reason why I say that the roof would've probably blown off the place is because that's how electric this crowd was & how loud the ovation from the crowd would've been.

    • mate the roof barely moved when lebron came out, and he's the only cavalier, ontop of being the guy that brought their ONE championship home ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ you can see when the camera pans around no1 is cheering or waving or jumping, they simply don't care about this ceremony

  • MJ has such an aura that no other basketball player has

    • Kobe has it

    • closest is steph curry, literally goosebumps when they said his name

    • @wingchun, Ok

    • @The Most Beautiful Woman In The World It's definitely Jordan.

    • @Daniel Kent Oh god, well we'll have to fix em younger bloods!

  • Giannis was so happy to be there. I'm happy for him.

  • When MJ entered...you can clearly hear who is the GOAT

  • Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan been called as last two was awsome, well deserved.

    • Itโ€™s what the point guards were last

  • Wouldn't it of been cool if they introduced MJ like the announcer used to do at the Bulls home games : "From North Carolina, At Guard, 6"6, Michael Jordan !!!" The most famous player introduction in history !!!

  • When MJ in the building it hit different G.O.A.T

  • There's a birth date and a death date in Kobe's portrait on that screen and I still feel like he's alive. 24:17 I used to want to be just like *Kobe.* Saw him play in person five times, twice at the Crypto .com Arena and three times at the Toyota Center. My GOAT *Kobe Bryant.*

  • Ray Allen with a big smile in the 'I went to my biggest hater's funeral' pose after Kobe was HILARIOUS given how much beef they had with one another. Even Kobe would've respected that.

  • Aww Man!!!, how I miss this. This was a nice Celebration. Hats off to all the great legends and those to come.

  • 31 years after winning his 1st title and he's still considered the GOAT

    • @John Time means everything. Give it a few thousand years, which is a blink in the grand scheme of the universe, and if there are still any people around, nobody will ever know these players existed

    • I mean Mozart is considered the greatest composer after 200 years. Time means nothing

    • @Amazinc HE IS

    • He's not

    • God you made me feel old :)

  • they kept the 2 players who made the biggest impacts on the nba for the end ๐Ÿ”ฅ

  • The King of GOATs(MJ)๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿ and the GROAT(Rodman) showed love and respect with one another.. They put MJ at the center but he didn't stay long enough and started hugging everyone instead.. MJ remained low key as usual ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ‘Œ

  • Crazy how Ja got a clip in there even though he didn't make 75. #transcendent And... Rip Kobe...I will forever miss you. See you up there brother. ๐Ÿ™

  • MJ sends goosebumps..probably the GOAT

  • Who else got goosebumps when MJ came out at the end? ๐Ÿ

    • I got it for all them Tbh especially MJ

    • @Bruce Scott sorry

    • @Bruce Scott 6-0AT

    • Include me.

    • Ai was the first guard announced and then Mj

  • i remember when i was young, the whole family stopped to watch the bulls play. it's a holiday for everyone! i'm not even a basketball fan but we all love MJ, the face of NBA.

  • It's a shame that a lot of great players and more deserving players were left off this list. No T-Mac, Vince Carter, Yao Ming, Jason "White Chocolate" Williams, Chris Weber, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Dikembe Mutombo, Shawn Kemp. Just to name a few

    • Vince Carter for sure

    • @Adam Catchings I would take off Westbrook or harden. White Chocolate has a ring and his passes are next level.

    • I know this is old but you gotta explain how is Jason Williams getting on this list and who you would take off to replace him with and why

    • And they put Anthony Davis in there ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธ

    • Klay Thompson. Kyrie Irving. Nikola Jokic. Imo would all go on before the guys u mentioned although theyโ€™re all right there. One sleeper I seen many bring up is Dwight Howard

  • Wooowww got tears to watch these legendary players. Remember the Days. I Thank You All.. The Fun and Excitement on NBA. Cherrish all the Memories you give us All... RESPECT....!!!!!!!

  • Unpopular opinion: Giannis can actually make the top 15 all time just look at his accolades and when he gets his jumpshot heโ€™s gonna be great

  • If yโ€™all think MIke will ever be forgotten listen to the crowds reactionโ€ฆ. He still pops the hardest in 2022โ€ฆ

    • @Robester D LIES!!!....M.J. Is just that guy

    • @Sel ThaGoat stop it bro it aint about old heads yall young heads wasnt around and im actually not all that old only in my early 40s Mike is clearly more popular u saw the 75th anniversary who got more cheers in Cleveland....and ill admit lebron better than most players I saw so how's that being biased against new generation?

    • @muhammed King the most famous because of yโ€™all old heads and his shoes. Lebron and Steph names growing everyday.

    • @King Izzo it was before Jordan slowness. Julius Erving, Bill Russell, Wilt chamberlain made the NBA worldwide. Get off Jordanโ€™s sack

    • @Robester D I don't even think you believe that bs.

  • The way these men and icons battled to win, prosper and survive is simply incredible. From black players in the 40s all the way to the 70s fighting to be treated like the white super stars, and for the white stars who where un biased they earn great respect. For the ones who fought to get out the hood and make it with basketball as a pure way of survival they are incredible feats of toughness. To the trailblazers and revolutionary players like gorge mikan we won't forget what you did. The childhood favorites and much more than that this whole 75th class thank you for what you did in every generation for us. Basketball fans. Thank you. Sincerely from the keystone state.

  • Steph Curry is so humble. God keeps blessing him.

  • Jerry West deserves a louder applause. He's the NBA LOGO

  • love how they didn't even call charles barkley a MVP his reaction was priceless

  • As a sports fan and someone who played,I got emotional knowing how big this would have been to Kobe. This moment is legendary,can't be repeated.

    • Kobe Will Always Beloved!!! Kobe Bryant Was Exactly What The NBA Needed After His Big Brother MJ's Retirement.

    • @Sergio Ivรกn Gonzรกlez Why would he be there?

    • ๏ฝ“ใ‚ ใ‚ใ‚

  • It was nice to see that Bob Pettit is still around and the oldest to actually attend the ceremony. He was the leagues first official MVP back in 1955-56, and is the best Hawks player in franchise history.

    • And the first ever true PF, as well as one of the defining players of that era.

  • Curry was up there with Jordan ๐Ÿ˜‚ on a whole different level

  • 24:24 killed me. Still saddened to this day

    • wow the numbers are 24 too...

  • It is very nice to see them, all memories, all the best! Heroes

  • Kobe and MJโ€™s pop means they had a huge impact on the game and inspired alot of players.

    • @asdf adf Like MJ no. Like Kobe easily.

    • @M Billa no sir, we grew up watching kobe and lots of my friends love him. we even scream kobe when throwing out trash

    • @adingdingdiiing nah, too many people see through lebron... he just doesn't have "it" like MJ and Kobe.

    • Facts!!!

    • @adingdingdiiing I follow NBA since 1995, all the years. And I feel MJ was more commercial influencer, marks, products. Kobe Bryant was more loved by many famous people and not so famous sport people and that is because something obvious: Kobe approached socially to more people out of the basket ball world. MJ was almost anti social. You will hardly get a photo with MJ or his Nikes autographed

  • I enjoyed this as much as a real game , so wish we could see those team play against each other in real time .

  • When D-Wade walked out to that music at 24:46 was hilarious. Even he laughed

    • What is that song?

  • I truly loved that they had old clips of the 60s and 70s games. You donโ€™t get that often anymore. I have seen all those clips of modern NBA players but not the old ones. NBA๐Ÿ€

  • As soon as they said MJ everyone was clapping and got up on their feet and clapped for the MVP and Kobe, Shaq, Magic

  • 25:45 is my favorite moment. I love seeing that MJ and Dennis have such respect and love for each other

    • It's sad though for Barkley, I wish they can forgive each other while they still can.

    • @Cris Guia lol eh I don't know about that right now anyways lol.

    • So glad that MJ and Rodman were there and hugged each other. Wish Pippen was there. MJ would, for sure, have hugged him, too.

  • Kareem doing the sky hook, goosebumps