Bobby Jones of the Denver Nuggets, whose common name and unassuming personality stamp him as “Mr. Anonymous” to many fans around the country, was judged to be the “most consistent and most productive” player in the NBA.
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￼The Legacy of Dr. J, 1986
This season, Erving’s 16th as a pro, was to have been the closing of the circle that is basketball.
￼Bobby Jones: The Game I’ll Never Forget, 1975
I really couldn’t believe that last shot had gone in.
￼David Thompson’s Leap to Fortune, 1979
There are, in all of basketball, only two players who can play their worst of games—play like any other jump shooter from Oshkosh for 47 minutes, 57 seconds—yet leave 15,000 people awestruck with one incredible moment. There are only two: Julius Erving and David Thompson.
Darryl Dawkins: Manchild in the Promised Land, 1980
Toward the end of the game, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar comes out to guard Dawkins. They hit each other as Dawkins crosses into the lane and suddenly Jabbar is going backwards. Dawkins gets the ball and dunks.