Above, see Timofey Mozgov, who is strongest man in NBA, block Draymond Green into the D-League at 120 frames per second. As a public service reminder, the NBA makes a load of these for every game, uploaded while the games are being played.

This year, the NBA is hustling clips up on its YouTube page a little faster than it has in the past, particularly the slow motion Phantom videos. In the past, the videos mostly trickled in the following day, giving the NBA enough time to set them to music, or edit them a little more cleanly. (They’re still making longer cuts, like this video of LeBron’s monster Game 2.) Anyway, these are my favorite videos of the NBA, and they’re a damn good way to watch big moments in the playoffs—the Game 6 compilation from the 2013 Finals is one of the best sports videos you’ll ever watch.

Here are the shots from Game 3:

Go to 0:27 of this one: