Just as he did as a player, Reed threw himself wholeheartedly into the job.
Tag Archives: Dave DeBusschere
￼The Imminent Decline and Fall of the New York Knicks, 1975
Basketball may be the No. 1 sport in New York, but the Knicks no longer will be kings of the NBA.
The Last Hurrah for Dave DeBusschere, 1974
If you had to describe in one sentence the way DeBusschere plays, it would be this: He plays like a man trying to bring on a coronary.
￼The First and Final Year of Bill Bradley, 1973
It isn’t easy to strip away the superlatives, to assess Bill Bradley calmly, to look at both the veteran pro and the rookie pol.
￼Dave DeBusschere: The Man Who Filled Four Positions, 1971
DeBusschere is, without a doubt, New York’s Most Valuable Player.
￼Bucks Steal a Star in Unknown Curtis Perry, 1972
Some fellows sit on the bench for years, and people think they’re not good basketball players. All they need is a break.
￼The Secret Behind the Amazing Knicks, 1970
To many, who had become accustomed to the Knicks being have-nots unable to make the playoffs for seven straight seasons (1960-1966), their “instant success” seemed almost unreal.
￼Sidney Wicks: Simply Awesome, 1974
Offcourt, the 6-foot-9 former UCLA All-American is as loose and easy as he suggests. But once involved in a game, his disposition changes, and he acts mean and hungry.
￼Baltimore Bullets: All Blood and Guts, 1971
We visited the Bullets in their dressing room that night. The pungent odor of various liniments assailed the nostrils. Without Band-aids and painkillers, the Bullets might not have gotten this far.
￼Baltimore Bullets: Once Upon a Time in Madison Square Garden, 1971
The Bullets needed a change of luck in the Garden.