I watched the second one, it's pretty slick, I like the techniques you use a lot and I think it works well.
A couple of things:
I didn't like a couple of the transitions, the sliding diagonal lines and the brick-wall being taken down type thing at the start, I just didn't think they fitted in with the rest of the video, but I don't personally like that type of transition anyway so I'm biased.
Also, I want to see some different angles, all the shots are courtside, which is good for seeing the detail, but I'd have liked some variety, what would be cool is having a long-shot cam' so you can get the whole arc of the shot in and the corwds reaction, and then another cam from up in the stands, or behind/on top of the back-board, then edit between them,
I remember watching the Ball-Above-All (I think that was it) video my mate had, I like watching this stuff, but with the extra angles it would be that bit better.
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