Heed those words, Red. Sit back, light up a cigar and relax. You don’t need the aggravation anymore.
Tag Archives: Sidney Wicks
￼Sidney Wicks: Simply Awesome, 1974
Offcourt, the 6-foot-9 former UCLA All-American is as loose and easy as he suggests. But once involved in a game, his disposition changes, and he acts mean and hungry.
￼Sidney Wicks: Getting Under Rick Barry’s Skin, 1974
When Wicks’ love-taps continued and grew in intensity, Barry blew up and blasted the refs. Apparently, he didn’t phrase his complaint in delicate language, because the refs offered Rick a comfortable seat on the bench for the rest of the night.
￼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.
Scowling Sidney Wicks Will Smile . . . When He Wins, 1977
Wicks was seething. He resented the implication that he hadn’t performed adequately since joining the Celtics early in the exhibition season.
E. C. Coleman: An Improving Defender Rates the Offensive Stars, 1976
Defense is fun and easy for me. It’s a real trip to take on the league’s big scorers