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'8 Points, 9 Seconds' as re-enacted by Brandon Armstrong

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2 Point Lead: B-Dot Re-Enacts 8 Points in 9 Seconds


You're surely familiar with NBA impersonator Brandon Armstrong, who's spent the last few months concocting hilarious videos on social media of him portraying today's stars.

For 2 Point Lead, B-Dot took the concrete at Rucker Park in New York to reenact one of the most grueling experiences in New York basketball history: Reggie Miller's 8 points scored in nine seconds against the Knicks in the playoffs.

If you're a Knicks fan, maybe just watch his Carmelo Anthony impersonation. Or, like, any of his other videos. Because 20 years still might not be enough to ease the pain.

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