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Old 08-02-2016, 10:31 AM
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This is what I always knew it as.

They called the shot the Barry Schultz until climo pulled out video of himself throwing the shot. Became the paton pending due to the "dispute". Used to hear it from Billy Crump vids all the time
Pretty much this. Its explained in the Clash at Blue Ribbon Pines (I actually just watched that yesterday too before even seeing this thread)
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Old 08-02-2016, 11:38 AM
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The story I always understood (referencing the same Clash DVD as gogo) from Billy's commentary there was that it was a tongue in cheek thing between Climo and Schultz as to which of them invented it.

But anytime I use it in commentary is a tip of the cap to Billy and that reference.

Maybe I read too deep?
That does also seem to fit. Dispute over who "owns" the patent.
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Old 08-02-2016, 11:44 AM
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Pretty much this. Its explained in the Clash at Blue Ribbon Pines (I actually just watched that yesterday too before even seeing this thread)
Yup. I have this DVD too and its definitely a Billy Crump'ism.

I believe this one also has a reference to The Champ's 'fleshy teebird.' LOL
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Heard this today @ Oldsmar. Thanks for the info and to the dude who used it earlier today...
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Old 03-29-2018, 08:53 PM
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Why is a "scramble recovery" putt called a "Patent Pending"? It seems to be a putt where you have to take a stance with your back to the basket? Where did that term come from?
Not a putt: a backhand turnover approach.

As to the origin of the name: what JTacoma, BraveThrower, and the rest said.

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Not a putt: a backhand turnover approach.

As to the origin of the name: what JTacoma, BraveThrower, and the rest said.

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Excellent clip by Juliana. The one addition would be that if you need to or naturally lift your stance heel while making this throwing motion, you can legally start the throw with your heel on the marker and lift it right before releasing the throw. That way your heel will not be touching the marker during release and the front of that foot will still be within 30 cm of the marker.
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Old 03-30-2018, 11:18 AM
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The story I always understood (referencing the same Clash DVD as gogo) from Billy's commentary there was that it was a tongue in cheek thing between Climo and Schultz as to which of them invented it.

But anytime I use it in commentary is a tip of the cap to Billy and that reference.

Maybe I read too deep?
This is the way I heard it also.
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