The Mogul has been associated with pro basketball for almost 60 years, but ask him his age and the most he will admit to is “at least” 49.
Tag Archives: Joe Fulks
Changing Times: Today’s Players Can Do More Things Than We Could, 1973
Modern players have bigger, stronger, and more flexible bodies than their predecessors; they can shoot better, jump higher, and run faster.
Joe Fulks: Report on a Warrior, 1948
Joe Fulks today is the most-feared and most highly respected marksman in basketball.
Washington’s Capital Caps
The Caps are composed of four-fifths top-notch basketball players and one-fifth downright genius—the last being Robert Joseph Feerick
Highlighting the NBA’s Early Sharpshooters
There are so many sharp shooters coming out of the colleges every year, and so few rookies who can make the NBA, that the pro game, almost by definition, is loaded with sharp-eyed “gunners.”
Eddie Gottlieb: The Man With a Thousand Faces, 1949
There’s no such thing with Gotty as taking a game in stride. He’s about as comfortable and acrobatic during a game as a worm on a hot griddle, grimacing and writhing about as if in the grip of death’s throes.