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Vine has changed everything for the better in the world of sports. It has brought the transformation from the analog times where the climax of the game was captured in a photo to where the moment is actually felt with all its aspects. The times when the existing moment of the game was put on a poster, printed in newspapers and magazines all over. Then the fans had a hard tasks of collecting the cutouts and stick in their rooms. Today, Vine has come with a tremendous way of making this easier, admirable, and lively. It has brought life to the captions through the six seconds video.
To match up sports and the digital life of today, Vine captures the climax, tremendous velocity and the surrounding emotions that come at the climax of the game (Eric, and Kinghorn 23). When the game is on and the moment is just hitting beyond the limit when the basketball is being played and thunderous slum dang just happens.
The Vine is here to ensure it promotes the flow, allowing the play develop within six seconds of celebrating. The final multi-steps of the basketball derring-do to the thrilling moments when final dung is done , the ball is right into the pit and all are in screams of excitement with the champion grilling all over in a jumpy manner of excitement all over the field. Vine has given life to the captions and delivers the moment just as it was. This makes the real experience be felt by the recipients. This is unlike the posters that used to show the climax that only made the moment boil down in a single frame
The poster could not expose the skills of the player. Vine on the other side shows the skills such as dribbling, shooting, and creativity of the player. This gives the viewer more details and reasons to celebrate. One can also replay more times to get the real action unlike the poster that does not capture the thrilling moments and…...

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