“Let’s have the fellows who want to play basketball on one side,” said Bill Russell, “and the fellows who want to fight in another place.”
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￼Wilt Chamberlain: The ‘Shape’ of Things to Come, 1967
The big man, who once scored 100 points in one game and averaged over 50 for a full season, all of a sudden has become a so-so offensive player.
￼Two Witnesses to a Cheap Shot, 1969
Darrell Imhoff spun away, and Lew Alcindor cracked him hard with a long swing of the right elbow, catching him behind the left ear.
Pete Maravich and Some Wild Fruit Salad
They’re dressed up like some wild fruit salad, but don’t let the uniform fool you. The Atlanta Hawks are more swat than swish.