Adjustment to the life of a sub requires a subjugation, not abandonment, of ambition, and it appears that Robey has acquired the perfect professional attitude.
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Joe Barry Carroll: The Next Preeminent NBA Center? 1982
Talk is cheap, we suppose. Deuces and J.B Carrolls are not. Carroll wants to be alone. The Warriors don’t mind, as long as it’s at the top.
Jabbar, Jerry West, and the New Look Lakers, 1978
“Jerry West is one clever dude,” Abdul-Jabbar said. “He was responsible for making us a unified group. And that was the big difference in this team.”
￼Dennis Johnson: Committed, 1985
Dennis Johnson has matured through the seasons. His emotions now do not erupt at coaches, they are channeled into his superlative all-around game.
￼Cedric Maxwell: A Late-Bloomer Who Made Good, 1981
Much has gone into the making of Cedric Maxwell, the very efficient power forward for the Celtics who emerged as one of the NBA’s superstars with his brilliance in the playoffs.