Basketball

Chris Mullin – Hall of Fame

In 2011, Mullin was named to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.  This segment was produced in 2007 to woo the Hall of Fame voters.  It was designed so that if elected, it could be a tribute to his enshrinement  After four years of “no, you’re not in”, the HOF finally elected him. 9:07

Togetherness: The Story of the 74-75 Warriors

Documentary on NBA championship team.  Opening segment. 1995  Bill King   2:40

Togetherness: The Story of the 74-75 Warriors (close)

Documentary on NBA championship team.  Closing segment. Bill King  1995 1:42

Warriors Believe 07

It’s Warriors Basketball: A Pre-Season Special

Oahu training camp special, reviews playoff upset.  First segment. 6:48

Nate Thurmond

Hour long documentary on NBA Hall of Famer. Segment 5 of 6.  2:07

Warriors RoundTable Live

Don Nelson feature is rolled into live show from the Court.

Larry Hughes – Organ Donation

Here is an example where we produced something out of very little.

A local television station shot a community event with NBA player Larry Hughes as he visited the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Stanford.  My task was to make something out of the twelve minutes of raw footage.  After practice Larry read my short script and using a first person account, we created a call for organ donation.  Aired in March, 2002 on Warriors RoundTable Live. Our host tagged the segment with information and a request to donate.  Brother Justin Hughes past away in 2006.  2:48

Ball Boys

1995 feature for Warrior RoundTable.  Profiles 7 and 9-year old Higgins guest ball boys. Unique in that there is no voice-over.  4:17

NBA Photographer – Sam Forencich

Before digital photography, one had to use and process film.  And while using strobes, no rapid fire sequence shooting.

1995 Warrior Roundtable feature.  3:17

NBA Equipment Manager

One day with Golden State Warrior equipment manager Eric Housen.  2003.  4:24

Run TMC

In the late 1980’s, they played together for two seasons. Tim, Mitch, Chris.   Here is a 2003 look back at the high scoring team, featuring Hardaway, Richmond and Mullin. Jim Barnett. 3:04