Adjustment to the life of a sub requires a subjugation, not abandonment, of ambition, and it appears that Robey has acquired the perfect professional attitude.
Tag Archives: Bill Fitch
Kenny Anderson: Eye Spy, 1995
“He’s one of the great young players in our league,” said Indiana coach Larry Brown, a former New York point guard himself. “He makes the other players better.”
￼Lenny Wilkens: Supersonic Miracle, 1979
The praise Lenny received in the past and the praise he is hearing again today are not hollow. Especially now that the words are not confined to a few hundred miles of the Puget Sound, we must begin to know that Durocher was wrong: good guys can finish first.
￼In Search of . . . Ralph Sampson, 1988
Sampson said soon after the trade, the best piece of advice he received upon entering the NBA was never to unpack your bags.
Akeem Olajuwon: The 7-Foot Nigerian Who Jumped to the Pros, 1985
Olajuwon will now team up with 7-foot-4 Ralph Sampson to give the Rockets one of the most potentially awesome frontlines in the history of the game.