Can Connie Hawkins be satisfied starring in the second-best league? Can Connie Hawkins find happiness in the ABA? Asked these questions, Connie can say he’s satisfied. But is he sincere?
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￼Basketball Is In, 1947
Twenty or 30 years ago, most sports fans regarded basketball as sissy stuff fit only for genteel young ladies in fashionable seminaries.
Bobby McDermott: Blast from the Distant Past
The temperamental side of McDermott’s personality made him a forerunner to the Billy Martins and Bobby Knights, although Buddy Jeannette, his outstanding backcourt mate with the Pistons, noted, “Compared to Mac, Bobby Knight is a saint.”
Did Jerry Lucas Outsmart Himself? 1963
Seldom in the history of American sports, and certainly never in the history of basketball, has so bright a student and so brilliant an athlete faced so uncertain a future as Jerry Ray Lucas.
New Pro Cage Loop May Raid NBA
Now comes the American Basketball Association with teams slated for Seattle, Atlanta, Phoenix, Cleveland, New York, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, and Anaheim, Calif.