The Baseline Move (Julius Erving)
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The Baseline Move was a play made by Julius Erving in the 1980 NBA World Championship Series against the Los Angeles Lakers. Erving drove the right baseline past Mark Landsberger. While Kareem Abdul-Jabbar moved over in an attempt to block Erving's shot, Erving made a right-handed reverse finger roll while his body was still behind the backboard.
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