This episode is a part of our ongoing series looking at the Seven Best NBA Game 7s of All-Time. Hey, nobody's perfect! In our last episode we discussed the best early round NBA Game 7s, we received fan feedback we realized we missed quite a few worthy games. As an apology, we present a brand-new episode of Over and Back focusing on more fantastic early round Game 7s. Games this time include Chet Walker and the 1974 Chicago Bulls taking on the Dave Bing, Bob Lanier and the Detroit Pistons. Kevin Johnson puts up 46 points and Charles Barkley's plays his last game in the NBA (hint: it wasn't) as Mario Ellie hits a game-winner for Hakeem Olajuwon and the 1995 Houston Rockets. Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Terry and the Dallas Mavericks finally getting the Spurs monkey off their back in 2006 as they battle with, who else, Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobli. Plus as an added bonus, we took a not-so-retro look at this year's Los Angeles Clippers/San Antonio Spurs Game 7 including a gutsy performance from Chris Paul, Blake Griffin's rapid maturation and the ageless wonder Tim Duncan. Did you enjoy this show or any of our others? We'd appreciate it if you could review and subscribe to Over and Back and the other great Hardwood Paroxysm podcasts at http://goo.gl/fjGWeq. Follow Over and Back on Twitter: @OverAndBackNBA Follow Jason Mann on Twitter: @JasonMannOhioan Follow Rich Kraetsch on Twitter: @richkraetsch Thanks as always to SI Vault and Basketball-Reference.com for a majority of the information and statistics gathered in this podcast!
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