Few men have the magnetic ability and personality to lift an audience to heights of great emotion and to bring vitality and excitement into the lives of the onlookers. Bob Cousy is one of those men.
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Al Cervi: Old Pro from Syracuse, 1952
Cervi would hardly know what to do if he couldn’t run around and take sets and layups with the boys before the game, and he is quite sure he might go crazy if he had to sit on the bench all night, coaching only by remote control.
Bob Davies—Royal Playmaker, 1948
You, too, can learn to dribble behind your back. Bob Davies says anyone can do it, and while the stunt is not recommended as a sure approach to social favor, it does come in handy on the basketba
Royalty Moves to a New Palace
Cincinnati—birthplace of professional baseball—thrust its name into another major league sport this winter as it becomes home to an entry in the National Basketball Association.
The Royal Stoker
The fact that Stokes played so brilliantly on a club that turned out to be the losingest club in the eight-team NBA circuit last season is just more of a tribute to his ability and hustle.
Remembering Maurice Stokes
Auerbach said that, “Stokes is no rookie. He was ready for the league when he was in college. Nothing’ll stop him.”