DownToBuck is creating NBA highlight videos with funny descriptions
12

patrons

$49
per month
Since 2012, DownToBuck has been creating NBA highlight videos with one goal in mind: give the role-players, scrubs, journeymen, and bench-warmers of the league a brief moment in the spotlight. While the LeBron Jameses and the Kevin Durants of the league get multiple five-minute-long exposés just for existing, the James Joneses and Kosta Koufoses languish in obscurity, appearing in highlight videos only ironically.

Even when faced with unexpected account deletion in 2018, DownToBuck never faltered in his goal of bringing entertaining, educational highlight videos to the masses. By not only providing video content, but also written content in the form of video descriptions on every video, DownToBuck elevated the lowly medium of YouTube highlight videos to an art. Maybe not "high art", but art nonetheless.

Let's forget the self-aggrandizement and the third-person tone now. I'm asking for your help. DownToBuck is nearly a full-time job, but it doesn't pay like one. In the past seven years, I have made zero dollars ($0.00) from my YouTube highlights empire.

You may say, "Anybody can edit and upload highlight videos," and you would be correct in that assessment, but who else will toil unceasingly for the cause of the role-player? Who else will entertain the viewer with insightful (sometimes), humorous (usually), and fact-checked (rarely) video descriptions on every single video? Who else will provide high-quality NBA fanfiction to the masses who may not have realized that they yearn for such a thing? Who else would have the foresight to continuously upload Mike Muscala highlight videos which garnered no views, knowing that one day he would get traded to the Lakers and footage of his on-court exploits would be among the most coveted videographic content on the entire internet?

Nobody else. Only DownToBuck has shown the willingness and the ability to do these things. And, just as the players he features exist on the fringes of the NBA landscape despite the work they have put in, so does his channel exist on the outer edge of the NBA highlight landscape despite the work he has put in.

If you like watching my videos or reading my video descriptions, please consider making a donation. Thanks for reading. Highlights will never die.
Tiers
Backup
$1 or more per month

-You can request videos and I'll listen to your suggestions (or at least pretend to listen)

-Rest easy at night knowing that you're supporting DTB by giving him enough money to buy one can of soda per month

Sixth Man
$5 or more per month

- You can request videos whenever you want - since you're in a higher tier, I'll think about it extra hard

-Be thankful that you're giving me five dollars that you would have otherwise spent on God-knows-what

Starter
$10 or more per month

-Request videos whenever you want. Your requests will be given priority consideration. This is as close as you'll get to being able to dictate what videos I make on a daily basis. It's not very close, but you know

-Once a month, pick one of the deleted videos present on downtobuck.net and I'll upload it to the DTB Highlights Archivium channel so you can enjoy it once more

All-Star
$25 or more per month

-Once a year, you can request an end-of-season compilation for any player and any play type (dunks, threes, blocks, etc.). Some limitations apply. If you request something stupidly easy (Rudy Gobert three-pointers, for example), I might even let you request two compilations

- Request deleted videos to be uploaded to the DTB Highlights Archivium channel any time you want (rate limitations apply)

Since 2012, DownToBuck has been creating NBA highlight videos with one goal in mind: give the role-players, scrubs, journeymen, and bench-warmers of the league a brief moment in the spotlight. While the LeBron Jameses and the Kevin Durants of the league get multiple five-minute-long exposés just for existing, the James Joneses and Kosta Koufoses languish in obscurity, appearing in highlight videos only ironically.

Even when faced with unexpected account deletion in 2018, DownToBuck never faltered in his goal of bringing entertaining, educational highlight videos to the masses. By not only providing video content, but also written content in the form of video descriptions on every video, DownToBuck elevated the lowly medium of YouTube highlight videos to an art. Maybe not "high art", but art nonetheless.

Let's forget the self-aggrandizement and the third-person tone now. I'm asking for your help. DownToBuck is nearly a full-time job, but it doesn't pay like one. In the past seven years, I have made zero dollars ($0.00) from my YouTube highlights empire.

You may say, "Anybody can edit and upload highlight videos," and you would be correct in that assessment, but who else will toil unceasingly for the cause of the role-player? Who else will entertain the viewer with insightful (sometimes), humorous (usually), and fact-checked (rarely) video descriptions on every single video? Who else will provide high-quality NBA fanfiction to the masses who may not have realized that they yearn for such a thing? Who else would have the foresight to continuously upload Mike Muscala highlight videos which garnered no views, knowing that one day he would get traded to the Lakers and footage of his on-court exploits would be among the most coveted videographic content on the entire internet?

Nobody else. Only DownToBuck has shown the willingness and the ability to do these things. And, just as the players he features exist on the fringes of the NBA landscape despite the work they have put in, so does his channel exist on the outer edge of the NBA highlight landscape despite the work he has put in.

If you like watching my videos or reading my video descriptions, please consider making a donation. Thanks for reading. Highlights will never die.

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Tiers
Backup
$1 or more per month

-You can request videos and I'll listen to your suggestions (or at least pretend to listen)

-Rest easy at night knowing that you're supporting DTB by giving him enough money to buy one can of soda per month

Sixth Man
$5 or more per month

- You can request videos whenever you want - since you're in a higher tier, I'll think about it extra hard

-Be thankful that you're giving me five dollars that you would have otherwise spent on God-knows-what

Starter
$10 or more per month

-Request videos whenever you want. Your requests will be given priority consideration. This is as close as you'll get to being able to dictate what videos I make on a daily basis. It's not very close, but you know

-Once a month, pick one of the deleted videos present on downtobuck.net and I'll upload it to the DTB Highlights Archivium channel so you can enjoy it once more

All-Star
$25 or more per month

-Once a year, you can request an end-of-season compilation for any player and any play type (dunks, threes, blocks, etc.). Some limitations apply. If you request something stupidly easy (Rudy Gobert three-pointers, for example), I might even let you request two compilations

- Request deleted videos to be uploaded to the DTB Highlights Archivium channel any time you want (rate limitations apply)