“All of us in the league play with a part of a comradeship. This is our living. This is what we do. It doesn’t make sense to go out and get mad. This is a job. But you can be fierce.”
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￼Dave Cowens: Behind Basketball’s Revolution, 1974
Cowens is a towering Huckleberry Finn in appearance, but he plays basketball like King Kong tearing up the town.
￼The Bob Lanier Method: How to Win at One-on-One, 1973
It is a debate which seldom stops in basketball—the freelance vs. the team game. There often is beauty and artistry in both aspects. And both offer basketball in its purest form.
The NBA’s War on ABA, 1970
When superstar Connie Hawkins jumped from the American Basketball Association to the National Basketball Association, it was hailed as a major triumph for The Establishment (NBA) over the Young Rebels (ABA). Actually, it was a strategic move motivated by expediency and economy.