was closed for being "not constructive". This is defined as
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I disagree with my question being closed for this reason. Either video of this games exists or it does not. If it does, then it is possible to provide a reference. Furthermore, I don't see any reason why this question may "solicit debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion". If fact, the only comment my question got was a quote from the FAQ that is still under debate at this point for this beta SE site (see Reflect our actual scope in the FAQ).
I don't mind if my question is closed for being off topic for this site, but the reason for being off topic should be clearly stated in the FAQ. I am more interested in discussing the scope of this site and what is on topic.
Thus, speaking more generally, does this site really want to forbid questions about the visual recordings of individual and team sports? What about other forms of documenting sports? For example, would it be off topic to ask if anyone has a reference for the box score of the final game in the first baseball world series? I think such a question should be on topic.
Again, I emphasize that the reason for this meta question is to help this site clearly define its scope. If that scope excludes question like mine, that is fine with me. I think this site has the potential to become bigger than most of the other SE sites.