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Imagine someone like lebron james going back in time and playing in one of the first NBA games, people would go even more crazy than today. Do your research bro. Download Torrent Jump Shot: The Kenny Sailors story 8. Um. Dr. James Naismith is Canadian. He made it in America... *Dirk Nowitzki. A Canadian CREATED basket ball witch is my great great great grandfather. Any chance for Kenny vs. Spenny season 7? Even a little chance? I would love to do it, I would do 500 more episodes. It's my favourite show in the world. Call comedy central and showcase and bug the shit out of them. Also, not to be Woody Harrelson, but the more online fans I get the easier it is to convince shitty broadcasters to give us a fucking show. What about shooting it yourself and putting it up on something like YouTube? That's not what the show is. I do shit that needs cash. I can't wander around with an iPhone. It's a network series. We did the low budget when it started. Better to do something bigger better and cooler. But I hear ya. So Spenny is not the problem? No, he is a problem. But that's why the show is so good. It's a series. We need a broadcaster. Simple as that. How much more do you think spenny can handle? Maybe one more guy in his butt. But 4 cocks is a lot right now. Are you actually communist, your house is full of USSR stuff. No, it's just shit I collected when I was a kid. Fuck the commies. Right, but you did the low budget before and it worked. Are you less proud of this idea now that you don't think it's worth the same as when you started? I don't go backwards, i go forward. Have you considered funding a Season 7 using a crowd sourcing site like Kickstarter, getting the budget you need, and then publishing it online? I prefer scabbing corporate cash. I don't want to take my fans money. Fuck that. Let me milk the piggers first, and if that fails then I'll bow my head to you humble folk. And I'll suck your dick. Whats going on Kenny, I've always wanted to know this; how did Spenny react when you revealed he had been getting blowjobs from a transvestite? Did he flip out off camera or what? Happy New Years! He basically quit doing the show. I broke his brain. My bad. In the Sperm episode did you really steal that x-ray machine and radiate Spennys balls or was that just for show? And was the cause of his sickness actually the meat you fucked? What was the worst humiliation Spenny gave you? What was the worst humilation you gave Spenny? I did a lot of things in the show to mislead Spenny, this was one of them. I knew that Spenny was secretly watching some of my footage to see my tactics, even though we had a deal that he was not allowed to do that. Because I felt that would actually ruin our series. Even his crew was under strict instructions not to tell him 'there was acid in the orange juice'. The radiation machine was a plan that I used hoping he would see the footage and freak out. I think I fucked up by putting that stuff in the show. But I never radiated him. We just did so many episodes and I was editing so much shit, at the time I just thought 'oh that's cool, the audience will love that' but I should've told the audience what was going on. I did so many things that were worse than that for real. In the end I'm just happy that you're so into the series that the things that piss you off are the same things that piss me off. I'm just wondering, how's your relationship to Spencer nowadays? Are you still pals? It's getting better. I love him like my down syndrome, amputee, aborted... brother? I go to school at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. I was grocery shopping with a friend of mine when I noticed Spenny with his wife. My friend and I approached him and spoke to him for a few minutes. We took a photo with him. Afterwards, my friend pointed out that he looks as if he's been doing drugs. Well, does Spenny have a drug problem? He also looked very depressed. Well, is Spenny depressed? Yes and I apologize for both. So he actually got married? I don't know about married, but he just had a baby girl. I hope the family gets her back. I really dont know when your fucking with us or not. That's exactly where I want you. Is your relationship with Spenny accurately represented on-camera? Do you get along well off-camera? The show is real. Our relationship is real. KVS was a documentary. How aware was Spenny of the show's running joke? Did he know he was always being manipulated and played along for the humor of it, or was he actually that gullible & naive? When Matt and Trey met Spenny they knew the show was real and they put us on Comedy Central. He had no idea, but he's finally figured it out. Why does the show have writing credits? Because that's the only way we could get paid through Telefilm. In the episode where you had to see who could do more with girls, did Spenny really go that far with a Tranny or was that just for the show? Do you actually think he would allow me to fake something like that? What exactly happened with Spenny's mom on the episode where you were trying to get further with each others mothers? Let's just say I'm still scrubbing my finger. Did you use your stump finger? No, I only use that on hymens. Hey dude, do you and spenny ever hang out away from the show? If so how is it when the cameras are off? Do you guys plan on making anymore shows together? What have you been doing? Also, I loved the show KVS and laughed at your amazing antics! Keep it up! I'm only allowed to see him during visiting hours at the pedophile wing of the asylum. Does Spenny ever smile? I'm not even joking I've never seen the guy smile. Only in playgrounds. I had never heard of your show before this AMA, but the way you are answering everything gets respect. Here goes the next few hours of my day discovering your insanity. Send me the laundry bill. What's your relationship with Trey and Matt? Do you know them well? No, they let a lot of strangers sit and write South Park with them. I love those boys. I'm especially close to Matt. I can't even tell you how cool it is to be friends with those fucking guys. I will tell you one thing though that I've never ever mentioned before. The first time they met Spenny, the next day they told me 'Do not ever bring that guy out, ever again. ' True Story. What did you do for New Years Eve last night? Didn't get her name. Other then Spencer's mom, what are you working on currently? Just did a google youtube channel deal. Finally pitching more TV. Cross your fingers for the KVS movie. There's "talk" After that huge construction noise scared the shit out of everybody, how long was Spenny chained in that room before someone finally got him out? Was he just as scared/confused as you and the camera crew were? He was so happy and wouldn't shut up about what pussies we all were. Even though he probably pissed himself while we were all outside. Why don't you make a kickstarter for funding for kenny vs spenny season 7? Cuz I'm not a lesbo that wants to make some shitty webisode about why my dad doesn't love me. Also, can you tell us about the best reaction you ever got from Spenny when he went back and watched the episode and saw the kinds of sht you pulled? Violent freak-outs usually. Does any of them in particular stand out? like did he ever go right off the deep end and start destroying your guys house or something? I love that you realize how fucking crazy the guy went. That was a big part of the show for me was to show people that he was violent and I wasn't. People that are Spenny fans confuse me. Whose side are you on? A guy who's violent or a guy who's not? Thanks for saying that, you really know your shit on the series. How did the broadcasters react to the "Kennibal" episode of Triumph of the Will? Was it hard to put it past them? Kennibal: They had a fucking heart attack. Also, if you could rate Spenny's mom on a scale from 1-10; what would she be?! Spenny's Mom:. 001 - and that's just because 'it' has a vag. Any news from dr. Goldfield? He quit the show. I made some joke about him causing 911 and he freaked out and locked us out of the store. For the Christmas Episode he waved for the camera and he's got some KVS 8X10 in his window in Koreatown - Bloor West. But I fucking love him. He is weird, crazy and amazing. I was so proud when I visited Toronto for the first time and I randomly stumbled upon Dr. Goldfield's pharmacy by complete coincidence. I saw the poster in the window. Cool. Hi Kenny, what is one of your favorite quotes from KvS that you still laugh at from time to time? for example, "Baby want milk milk" makes me laugh every time i think of you saying it. That is one of my favorite lines. So proud of the millions of jokes I made. Kenny, thanks for doing the AMA, and Happy New Years! What was your favorite humiliation of Spenny on Kenny vs Spenny? And conversely, what humiliation that Spenny did to you was the worst for you? Oh, so many I loved doing to him. All of them were great for me. Tongue scraping I think was the worst. Number 1 worst humiliation was sitting on a toilet on University Ave. Can't remember the show, it just made me look at my life and think 'wtf am I doing? ' But looking back I loved how lucky we were. I have watched all the KvsS episodes, in the last couple of shows it felt just kinda scripted.. wasn´t there a part of the show planned/acted? I had to prepare all my stuff. Gay guys to rape Spenny. Make sure I had acid. Finding a capaberra. But Spenny's content was 100% real. I've said it many times. When you shoot 30-40 hours a week and you cut it into under 20 minutes, it looks so good and tight, so sure you think it looks fake, but it's fucking real. And I think that's why it got so big. People just knew it was real. Trust me I wish I was such a genius that I could have written all that. If you saw Single White Spenny, you'd know the show was real. That's why I loved that series so much, because it should prove to everyone what he is like when he acts. KVS is real. Shut up. Deal with it. To this date, what was the most defining moment in your life? Hmmm... good question. Fuck off. What were some competitions you wanted to do on Kenny Vs Spenny, but for whatever reason were never able to do? Tonnes. But the one Spenny wanted to do was 'Who could jerk off more' and 'who could fuck his mother more' but I didn't want to lose I have two questions. Are you currently working on anything new? Is there a blu-ray release of Kenny vs Spenny planned? 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It was 1991, I actually sold a Kilo of weed to fund me going to shoot that shit. It was really fucking heavy. I don't ever wanna be anywhere near that fucking shit again. People are fucking crazy. People can show up at our house and shoot us and kill our families at any time. Mankind is fucked. Enjoy your life. Be good. Be honest. Did you ever pork Bianca? No, no I did not. :( Kenny, what's next for you? KvS is one of my favs and Triumph of the Will was fun. Trying not to get wasted every night or bone too many supermodels. Hey Kenny. You fucking rock! I was wondering what your neighbors thought of Kenny versus spenny. You guys made a LOT of noise all the time so either you had the coolest fucking neighbors or they were gone a lot. Like who seriously doesn't notice spenny shitting his pants on LSD in the back yard? They were all crack heads. we lived on Sherbourne in Toronto. It's like Main and Hastings. What is Spenny up to these days? Does he acknowledge Single White Spenny as a horrible show? He works as a portalette in an AIDS hospice. Are we going to be seeing Anything from you soon? I loved KvS, Testees and Triumph of the Will! Any chance for more? Yeah I'm on 'To Catch a Predator 5' this Sunday. Silencio vs. Maurice Del Taco, who would win in a naked knife fight? Silencio, but Maurice would be too busy masturbating. When are you coming back to the UK? When you get a Burkah law. What is this 'talk' about a KvS movie? I've turned down the movie twice because it was during the series and didn't think we were ready for it. But being a Jew if they wanna throw me millions to make the funniest fucking movie ever. Sure? Why not. Will bail Spenny out of prison and hopefully do it. Hey Kenny! I wonder whats going on with the Kenny vs Spenny house now. Is some random guy living there or does the production company own it? It's always been rented to Ryerson students in between our filming. I still hope they haven't found that bitch in the southwestern wall. Which was your least favorite of all the competitions to do? Rapper. Hi Kenny! Were there any competitions that you guys (or maybe just you) wanted to do but couldn't do because of the broadcaster's restrictions - something just too crazy for television? Yes, always. But dump your pants and those types of shows are embarrassing to me now. Was there any competition that someone won so fast you had to cut or restart it? 'Stain' was lost in the first 5 seconds. Had to change the rules on a lot of them. We were doing a TV show, we had to deliver an episode or they would sue the fuck out of us. There was a lot of pressure. Like the pressure Spencer's grandpapa put against his teeny sphincter when he was an infant. Do you have aids? I have maids. Would you rather fight 100 goose-sized Mounties or 1 Mountie-sized goose? I would like to 'goose' a mountie. Edit: Or mount a goose... I've already fucked a turkey on national television. In the episode "Who Can Kiss More Girls? " Spenny found a girl who actually liked him but he didn't believe you weren't somehow in on it. After watching the show air, did he realise you weren't messing with him? And did he ever go after that girl? No idea, i don't think he ever saw her again. What has been your least favorite challenge? What has been the worst humiliation for you personally? Check others, answered this a few times. Hated doing humiliations, they destroyed. But my favorite part of the show was when Spenny did a humiliation even though he won. Like in the 'beer' episode where I puked, so I lost... but I made him believe he lost. Are you mentally ill? Does that include being Jewish? Hey Kenny! How many times have you gotten in trouble with the law for some of the crazy shit in KvS? How did you get out of it? A lot. We got a lot of calls after shows have aired. Cops are mega fans. In fact, they drive me around like Taxi cabs. When cop cars see me they go 'Hey Kenny, where you going? " and they give me rides places. I fucking love those assholes. Are you coming back to Calgary this year? I hope not. Hey Kenny, huge fuckin fan. I'm confident that you wont be posting any pictures of Gurthanthaclops, so in that case my question would be - What competition(s) in KvS did you really want to do that never got approved/aired? Who can smoke more meth. Huge fan of KvS as well as Triumph and Testees. Just curious what does a guy have to do to get an autographed pic of ya?! Whip out your tit when you see me. I want my autographed picture. Aw. thats so nice. Is Spenny aware that "Single White Spenny" is probably the worst thing made EVER! Also what do you think of it? BTW Loved Triumph of the Will, if you cant do a 7th season on KVS Please Do more TOTW. I'm so happy people loved TOTW. It's so amazing to me that I could do something that KVS loved without Spenny. When I got the gig I literally shat my pants because I literally thought there was nothing I could do that would come close to KVS. Also super happy Spenny's show was so shitty, even though that's a horrible thing to say about a friend. But he was a real dick to me, and took me for granted. Hope he learned his lesson. If he has learned his lesson, I'd love to do more stuff, but he needed to eat shit. Cuz he really is who he is on the show, and it really is hard working with such a dick. Especially someone you've known since you were 6. Thanks for asking, nice to rant. Kenny, out of all the outfits and personas you have, which is your favorite? I love Helmet, Silencio, Del Taco, Kenny3000. But my favorite is Kenny. I really was hamming it up for you cheezers. What was the worst episode for you? I think rapper. Cow. Some of the Season 1 stuff I felt like we weren't allowed to anything. Cuz it was CBC. What ever happened to pilgoor? He was covered in rosemary and lemon juice. Thank you for gracing the world with some awesome Canadian television! Which episode was the most genuine fun to film? I think 'fart' was my all-time favorite. 'Naked' was fun too. I loved shooting the show with my pals. It was just us. So much fun. I miss it. Did you and Spencer really have a gay moment in Europe? France I think it was.. Uh, he did. Who does a fan have to actively bother to get Triumph Of The Will a second season? Xo. Dude I ate a guy. It's over. :( Can we please get a show of just Kenny 3000? Fuck yeah! One of my favorite characters ever. My brother's favorite as well. Do you still like to nug out? Nug any more. How hungover are you? My penis is hung over my couch if that's what you mean. How are your testicles today? They smell like a Mr. Sub assorted cold cut. Have you tried to give the Segway another go? Fuck you segue, I fucking hate you. Is it true Spenny went bankrupt and moved to Kingston? He also tried to plug his new show to us that only plays on a channel you have to order. needless to say I ordered it. Yeah... he's a bit of a mess. But I love him and miss him. I managed to save all my cash. When is The Dawn coming out? Every morning baby. Kenny, I am a huge fan. I missed your interview with Chris Hardwick at JFL42 and it was a very sad day for me. Any chance of you and Spenny releasing the script you did for Pitch or trying to get it made into a movie now that you might have more pull in the biz (and of course barring Spenny not hating you)? The script from Pitch is on the pitch DVD. Right now I'd like to make anything. Are you still good friends with your camera crew? Yes, super close. Hang all the time. Matt's here now. Is the Mosque you built on TOTW still up and running? Yes, the bomb didn't go off. Hey Kenny, huge fan. Thanks for doing this AMA. Just wondering if there will ever be a Triumph of the Will Season 2 or if you are working on any similar projects? And will season 1 be released on DVD anywhere outside Canada? I want to do a new show. i'm trying to. fuck the dvd, just download it like everyone else. send me the 12. 99. Hello Kenny i am a huge fan of the show. i created this reddit account purely so i could ask you this question. on the episode who can get further with the other guys mum what really happened when you put spencers mum to bed? hope im not to late 4 u 2 respond. Honestly... I stuck the tip of my finger into her snatch. just enough to get the smell on it. i made spenny sniff it. it never made it into the series because the broadcasters considered it incest. a strict no-no that never made the cut. i killed me it was the best ending EVER! I saw you were a writer on Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation. What the fuck was that? First gig spenny and i got paid for. made 6 g each. it was fun. Can Spenny be blamed for the female turtle? No, he can be blamed for little boys disappearing. Why did you eat people? Because i knew that it was the only chance anyone would get to do it. i'm kinda sorry i did, but when you get these opportunities in your life to make insane unique shit, you grab it and deal with the consequences later. You've quite the fanbase here in Iceland. Ever thought about going there and maybe do a stand up or meet people that would be interested to work with you? I love to go there. sell some herring and send me a plane ticket! How did you get away with all the shit your did in ToTW? Like you stole so much shit and robbed stores.. How could you put that on TV and not get in deep? Ya that was kinda stupid. but cops cant prove i did it after it was shot, nor does anyone complain. it's not like some koreans are going to call the cops if a suit is missing! and they will NEVER see the show. but i feel bad next time i'm in vegas i'll bring them some cash. How pissed were you after Spenny tore all of your clothes after he found out that you made the note that said he had HIV? Not very. SHITS AHOY GAYLOR!!! MORE KVS in the future??!!?!?!? Fingers crossed for a movie! How was the experience of writing for South Park? How much of Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow was yours? Please say at least the jew gold. That's basically the only thing I ever got into South Park. But hearing Cartman do my line was fucking Biblical. Was Audry your girlfriend during the the viral vid episode? Did you ever call up any of the girls after the who can bone more episode? Yes audrey was and still is my girlfriend. and, no. i wasn't really into any of the girls on the show. i get more pussy than tender viddles. Can we pretend I'm famous and have me headline at the Hoxton? Just get famous! Hey kenny, in that episode where you tricked spenny into thinking he had HIV, did you purposely let people see the house/mail address? and if so did you ever get fans ringing to say hello? No. that was an accident. we used to get people banging on the door to say hi all the time. Hey Kenny, I have one question. What's your next show, that i can look in germany? I miss your dirty jokes. I miss my grandparents, thanks for killing them. Who Are you? I am the way the truth and the light. Hey Kenny I was just curious if you've ever thought about trying and do something with the dickhouse guys who do jackass and the like? They do some out there stuff. I like their stuff but not really into the stunt shit. Is it legal to masturbate, yes or no? Yes and it's also legal to send me the footage. Where should I send it and do you really want me, a guy to send you my footage? Send it to spenny. it'll be my birthday present to him. When Spenny was on top of a cliff threatening to jump off a cliff on the biggest balls challenge did you actually expect him to do it? Were you genuinely worried or did you assume he was full of shit and threw him a bone? Threw him the bone 100% i hated that so much what a baby. i had to keep feeding him shit like that now and then so he'd keep doing the show. so annoying, hate that about him. Kenny, I am a huge fan! I don't know why but I never get tired of KvS. I've watched every episode so many times! What is your favourite KvS episode you guys have done to date? My top two are Meat and Drunk. Never gets old. Fart. meat and drunk are in top 10. Kenny! This will probably get buried but i have to ask.. Is Spencer really that naive/stupid? There were moments when i thought the show was scripted, because of how naive he was. Miss your show! Take care Ya i also made him look pretty bad in the edits... Huge fan of KvS and TotW here! My question is did the placenta you ate actually taste good enough to eat again? Also, what is your favorite aushwitz/hitler joke? I can't stop laughing when I remember: "my grandfather died in auschwitz, he fell out of the guard tower shooting jews" Placenta was gross, tasted like Kid liver kidney. Let me tell you why I make holocaust jokes. It's cuz everybody hates the jews and I figure if I'm self-deprecating maybe they'll think twice about insulting the original Master Race. Spenny appeared on Top Chef Canada as a guest judge. Given the fact that you are the one who actually can cook and appreciate good food, any chance we could expect to see you on Top Chef? I'm so pissed about this. I bumped into the producers and told them I wanted to be a judge on the show. I guess they retardedly called Spenny (not being fans) and he took my spot. They told me I can be on the 2nd season. I said "fuck you, the only way I'd go after Spenny would be to stab Jesus. " If you could bang any celebrity, who would it be? Marylin Monroe. Got a shovel? Who came up with the opening cinematic and the audio track for the intro to KvS? Me thats why i'm in all the shots and spenny's face gets covered in each panel. i even screwed him in that! he wasnt around much for post production. also the music was modeled from "procreation of the wicked" celtic frost. Kenny, I just watched the "Who Can Eat the Most Meat? " episode of Kenny vs Spenny for the 100th time, and then watched the pork episode of "Triumph of the Will". Which one of those is the real Kenny? P. S Every character in any video game I make is named Pilgore now. Both, but 1 is older and wiser. not sure which 1 though. Hey there sailor boy! What happened to Dr. Goldfield and how did you meet him? He's still around. and one of the office pa's in season 1 knew him and thought he'd be good for the show. For your law breaking episode, what research did you do beforehand to find all the laws to break? Searched 'what laws to break' - but i knew that there was old stupid laws from the 1800's that i could fuck with. ps. that's matt stone's favourite show! Come to Australia some time? There are tonnes of fans here. Would be fuuun. Dying to go! Who made the intro of the KVS episodes? Me. Are you by any chance related to terence mckenna? Yes. Has there ever been a competition that the producers wouldn't allow? I'm the producer! Did you ever get attacked on the streets of Toronto when you were doing Maurice Del Taco? I mean it's obviously rude to gays. Haha. Actually, we have a large fan base in the gay community, including Spencer. Did you plan on throwing the homeless cum in spennys face or was that a spur of the moment thing? Spur of the moment. i cant believe i did it. felt so bad afterwards. and it's not homeless cum, it's probably from cab drivers and anonymous gay johns. Saw you were still anwsering questions, why did spennys mother never want to be seen? Would you want to be seen if you gave birth to spenny? Hi Kenny! 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Sure, the slam dunk is flashy — but three-pointers win games. And to sink a three-pointer, you have to know how to jump. No one knows who first came up with the idea of jumping in the air and shooting a basketball. But the modern jump shot, the one that's still used today — the one we teach to kids — does have an inventor. And that man is not in the basketball hall of fame. At least not yet. Why? To answer that question, we have to turn back the clock 84 years. Two Brothers On A Farm The year is 1932. The location: a family farm outside Hillsdale, Wyoming. The star of our story is Kenny Sailors. He’s 12. And he idolizes his older brother, Bud, the way 12-year-olds often do. And so when Bud starts playing basketball, Kenny wants to play, too. "And, of course, we didn't have any place to play except he'd put a hoop up. A rim and no net on it, and he fixed a backboard, and we fastened it to the old wooden windmill that we had. Bud and I'd go out there and play around. And I never could get a shot off, and he really enjoyed that because he was 6-foot-5, and I was just about, I don't know, 5-foot-7 probably. He'd laugh and he'd say, 'Kenny, this isn't the game for you. It's for big men. Tall men. ' "It was out there on that packed ground and that old windmill that I figured out a way to get a shot off over that brother of mine. Dribble up to him. He couldn't stop my dribble, and I'd dribble up to him and then jump.  Boy that spooked him. He said, 'That's a good shot, Kenny. You have to get better at that. '" Kenny Sailors did get better at it. He got good enough to play for the University of Wyoming and good enough to take that team to the 1943 NCAA finals at Madison Square Garden. "People out East, had heard stories about this team from the West, and their superstar who played this kind of crazy game, " says  Shawn Fury, author of " Rise and Fire, " a book about the many men who've contributed to the jump shot. "They ended up winning the NCAA championship. And then a few days later, they played the winner of the NIT tournament, and they won that as well, so they were kinda the kings of college basketball. " There’s an old highlight reel of that game on YouTube. Thing is, even though Kenny was named the College Basketball Player of the Year, he doesn’t get a shout out on the highlight reel. A clean view of his jump shot doesn’t even make the cut. Fury explains. "Forever in basketball history, both feet were always on the ground when they took a shot. They'd have the ball with two hands and at their chest and they'd shove it forward, kind of like shoving a boat off into the lake or something. So it makes sense that a sports announcer who has watched hundreds of games but just seen set shots had never seen anyone like Kenny. So he probably didn't have the words to describe it, so he's just going to kind of gloss it over. " Jump For Don't  Announcers weren't the only ones confused by Sailors' shot. Defenders didn't know what to do either. "They would raise a hand to try to block the shot, but a lot of times they wouldn't jump, " Fury says. "You know, that's hilarious, " I say. "It seems so logical. He jumps, you jump. " "Yeah, to us, it sounds so simplistic and it sounds like something that James Naismith himself should've known in 1891, " Fury says with a laugh. "But it just wasn't, because the game for 50, 60 years had been played one way. " Kenny Sailors' first pro coach didn't want him to use the jump shot.  (AP) So let’s talk about how basketball was played back in 1943. Kenny Sailors is not the only one on that old, grainy highlights film who jumps. Players on both sides jump for rebounds, they jump for layups. On another highlight reel you can even watch a guy dribble down the court, jump in the air and fling the ball at the basket. It goes in. So what made Kenny Sailors’ jump shot different? "It looked different, " says Jud Heathcote. "No one would shoot in somebody's face, as we call it, and he did. " Heathcote would later go on to coach Magic Johnson and Michigan State to the NCAA championship. He says it's a crime that Sailors isn't in the Hall of Fame. But back in the 1940s, Heathcote was a college basketball player himself, and he saw Sailors and his jump shot at a tournament in Denver. "He would get right close, jump over them and release the ball, " Heathcote recalls. "And so this was spectacular in terms of my observation. " This is what Heathcote saw. Sailors would stop. (This is important because otherwise he’d plow into the defender — that's a foul. ) So he’d stop squared up to the basket, jump, and at the top of his jump he’d release the ball with one hand — using the other hand just as a guide. If you’re having trouble picturing it, think the Warriors' Stephen Curry. It’s pretty much the shot that’s made him — by some measures — the most dominant player in the NBA today. Got it? Now picture it in the 1940s. "So when I saw this little guy dribble right up into big guys, just jump and shoot right over them, " Heathcote says, "I was mesmerized with the jump shot. " The jump shot took Kenny Sailors to the league that would become the NBA. But when he got there, he found out that not everyone was mesmerized. "This first coach I had from — Dutch Dehnert was his name. He had that New York brogue, you know.  That — nice old guy, but he just wasn't a coach. He said to me, 'Sailors, where'd youse — 'youse' — where'd youse get that leapin' one-hander? ' That's what they called it. Leapin' one-hander. 'Oh, '  I said, 'I don't know, Dutch. ' I said, 'I've had that quite a while. ' I said, 'That's what keeps me in the game. ' He says, 'You just never make it in this league with that kind of a shot. ' He says, 'I'll show you how to shoot a good two-handed set shot. ' And he says, 'That dribble. ' He says, 'We don't dribble in this league. ' He said, 'We pass the ball up the court. '" Luckily, for both Kenny Sailors and the future success of the NBA, that coach was fired and replaced with a guy who put the ball in Sailors' hands and let him do what he wanted with it. And that worked out pretty well for Sailors and for the NBA. "I think it grew the popularity to a degree that it never would have otherwise, " Fury says. "Increased scoring a lot, in college basketball especially. You know, you used to have games in the 40s or the 50s. Now you had games in the 80s and 90s. And fans just enjoyed that more. " But what about Kenny Sailors? "Kenny's story really has been a forgotten story, " says filmmaker  Jacob Hamilton. "He disappeared for nearly 50 years after he retired from the game of basketball. " Hamilton is directing a documentary  about Kenny Sailors' life, and he provided all of the interviews with Sailors that we're using for this story. But before he started working on his film, he had the same reaction to the story as I did. "'Wait, this guy invented the jump shot? How is that possible? ' And, 'The jump shot didn't always exist? '" The Jump Shot's Legacy A few years ago, Hamilton invited Sailors out for breakfast — Sailors ate ham and eggs — and they talked about the movie they wanted to make. Sailors mentioned his time in the Marines, his 15 years as a dude rancher in Jackson Hole, his 35 years in Alaska coaching high school girls basketball and his lifetime as a devout Christian. He seemed more interested in talking about those things than he was in talking about the jump shot. "'Cause he is very humble, he is very modest and he doesn't like to take credit for it, " Hamilton says. "You just look at his life and like, 'Man, that's the way to do it. He didn't waste one second of his life. '" Kenny Sailors died on Jan. 30, 2016 — just two weeks after his 95th birthday. "You know, the thing that we feared most was that he would pass away and no one would know and he'd be forgotten, like he was before, " Hamilton says. But Sailors hasn't been forgotten. In the three weeks since his death, the call to include him in the Naismith Hall of Fame has only gotten louder. It was always something that seemed to matter to Sailors' friends more than it mattered to him. He'd like to say that as a Christian, he didn’t spend a lot of time worrying about such things. "You know, these halls of fame that you can get into down here that men select you to get into, they're nice up to a point. I know I belong to the greatest hall of fame that any man or woman can ever belong to. And when you belong to that and you know you belong to it, you don't worry about these halls of fame that men create down here. Don't mean that much to you. " The Naismith Hall of Fame will announce its 2016 class at the NCAA Final Four in April. And even though Kenny Sailors wasn't too concerned about whether he'd get in, Jacob Hamilton says he knows that his friend will be smiling down on the announcement, should his name be called.

Americans are the worst lol (I am American so I should know) What does it matter if the guy was born in Canada or if he created the game in Massachusetts. I came here to learn about basketball. Awesome things come from all over the world America. I have been on this journey since March 16th of last year. Damn straight I'm committed! Hope you are too because I am so inspired by you. With the Basketball Hall of Fame happening today, we are going to pay tribute to another basketball pioneer that didn’t do much on the court but is credited for creating something we can’t imagine the sport without: the jump shot. Kenny Sailors name probably wont ring any bells, but the 91 year old that was inducted into the Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame last year is the subject of a new documentary film called “Kenny Sailors: Jump Shot. ”  The film introduces us to Sailors and how he came up with the shot. “The only way I could make a basket was to jump and shoot it over his head.  No one really knows who took the first jump shot. But I worked at developing the shot and made it the shot that players still use today. Nobody could block it, ” he recalls with pride. And it almost always went in. ” Well it might have “almost always went in” when the 5’10” Sailors was taking jumpers (up to 36 inches off the ground) instead of 2 hand underhand shots against his 6’4″ brother in the backyard, and then in the NCAA where he was named College Basketball Player of the Year twice, but that wasn’t the case when he made it the pros. A draft pick by the Chicago Stags in 1947, the rookie Sailors only shot 30% from the field (shockingly that was good enough for 9th in the league) and bounced around to 7 teams in just 5 years. You can learn more about “the man, his life and his legend” at the website Kenny Sailors Jump Shot  and via the film by filmmaker Jacob Ryan Hamilton at his website. Source: Celtics Life Bonus vids of other past Celtics that had a nice jumper. Tags: jump shot, kenny sailors.

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