Collegiate & Pro Basketball
Baseball Direct is pleased to present video collections from the best of College Basketball. These are the same kind of great video products you've come to expect from Baseball Direct, now for other sports. We will expand our selection, so check back often for new additions.
Collegiate | Professional
1966 NCAA Championship Game
Texas Western vs. Kentucky
The all-black Texas Western Miners defeat coach Adolph Rupp's top-ranked all-white Kentucky team, 72-65. The Miners were led by David Lattin, while Pat Riley and Louis Dampier led the Wildcats.
Bonus features include game newsreel, NCAA highlight video and post-game interview with Adolph Rupp.
B&W. 55 min.
|#1769 $24.95 |
1976 NCAA Championship Game Indiana vs. Michigan
The final step to Indiana's undefeated 32-0 season was the NCAA championship game against Big Ten rival Michigan. The speedy Rick Green led Michigan to a 35-29 advantage running a breathtaking fast break offense. But Scott May, Kent Benson and Quinn Buckner combined for 36 of Indiana's first 38 points in the second half to erase the deficit and propel the Hoosiers to a 86-68 victory. DVD contains the complete network broadcast without commercial interruption.
|#1597 $24.95 |
1979 NCAA Championship Game Indiana State vs. Michigan State
This dream showdown between the two best players in the country--Magic Johnson and Larry Bird--was on college basketball's grandest stage: the NCAA championship game. Indiana State came into the game riding a 33-game winning streak, but Johnson and his teammates defeated Bird and the Sycamores 75-64 to give the Spartans their first national championship. DVD contains the complete network broadcast without commercial interruption.
|#1598 $24.95 |
1981 NCAA Championship Game Indiana vs. North Carolina
Ronald Reagan was critically wounded in an assassination attempt earlier in the day, but after much discussion, NCAA officials decided not to postpone the game. North Carolina and coach Dean Smith had already defeated the Hoosiers earlier in the season. Indiana, led by Isiah Thomas, was riding high after winning the Big Ten title and easily beating their previous NCAA tournament foes.
Tar Heels James Worthy, Al Wood and freshman Sam Perkins were no match for Thomas, who scored 19 points and had four steals in the second half alone. Indiana held Carolina to 36% shooting from the field and captured their second national title under coach Bobby Knight, 63-50. DVD features the complete network broadcast without commercial interruption.
|#1599 $24.95 |
Survive and Advanceó
NC State 1982-83
The unforgettable story of the 1982-1983 North Carolina State Wolfpack and their improbable run to the NCAA championship. Told through the eyes of senior captain Dereck Whittenburg, this film takes a poignant look at Coach Jim Valvano’s extraordinary spirit and his remarkable impact. Bonus features include Valvano’s complete ESPYs speech. Color. 101 mins.
|#3148 $14.95 |
#1 North Carolina vs. #2 Virginia - January 9, 1982
Unbeaten and top-ranked UNC battled unbeaten and second-ranked Virginia in a classic contest in Chapel Hill. 7-foot-4 center Ralph Sampson scored 30 points and pulled down 19 rebounds to lead the Cavaliers, but the combination of James Worthy (17 points, 9 rebounds), freshman "Mike" Jordan (16 points) and Sam Perkins (12 points) was too much as the Tar Heels held on to their ranking with a 65-60 victory. DVD features the original network broadcast
|#1600 $ |24.95
Sale Price: $19.95
1989 NCAA Championship Game
Michigan vs. Seton Hall
It was the first title game appearance for both Michigan and Seton Hall, and would become the first national championship for Michigan and head coach Steve Fisher. The Wolverines held off a scrappy and determined Seton Hall team to claim the national title, 80-79, in overtime. Glen Rice was named the tournament's MVP.
|#1773 $24.95 |
Gr8ness: 2012 NCAA Basketball Champions
Experience behind-the-scenes access to the 2011-12 Kentucky basketball team as we take you on a journey from Big Blue Madness to New Orleans and the NCAA Final Four. Coach John Calipari led the Cats through a tough non-conference schedule, including exciting wins over Kansas, North Carolina and in-state rival Louisville, an undefeated 16-0 SEC regular season championship and the school's 8th NCAA Championship. Relive the year's greatest moments with Darius Miller, Doron Lamb, Terrence Jones and freshmen Anthony Davis, Marquis Teague and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. This exclusive look at the Wildcats championship season features all-access video of coaches and players and exclusive interviews with Calipari.
|#2618 $ |19.95
Sale Price: $9.95
2014 NCAA Championship Game
Connecticut vs. Kentucky
UConn captures its fourth NCAA title, beating Kentucky 60-54 in front of a record championship game crowd. The Huskies are led by All-American Shabazz Napier (22 points) and his backcourt partner Ryan Boatright (14 points). Relive the tip-to-buzzer excitement with this complete game commercial-free broadcast.
Approx. 166 mins.
|#2882 $24.95 |
Collegiate | Professional
1964 NBA and Boston Celtics Highlights
Over an hour of vintage NBA action is here, including some of the oldest color NBA footage ever made available. This DVD includes four films:
- 1964 All-Star Game at Boston Garden. Oscar Robertson scores 26 points.
- 1964 NBA Highlights. More from the All-Star Game and the stars on every team in the league.
- "Six Straight"--Kinescope of Game 5 of the NBA Finals in Boston, Celtics vs. Warriors.
- "Red Auerbach"—Feature on the famed Celtics coach.
See these great stars in action: Wilt Chamberlain, Bob Petit, Bailey Howell, Chet Walker, Bill Russell, Sam Jones, Tom Heinsohn, Jerry Lucas, Tom Gola, Hal Greer, Elgin Baylor, Jerry West, Walt Bellamy and many others.
83 mins. Color and B&W.
|#2924 $34.95 |
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Havlicek Stole the Ball
Highlights of the Boston Celtics first nine world championships--from 1957 through 1966. Includes entire Bob Cousy Day retirement ceremony. Narrated by Johnny Most.
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