“I kept asking myself, ‘What am I getting out of all this?’ The school is making a lot of money, but why shouldn’t I be making some?’”
Tag Archives: Spencer Haywood
￼Willis Reed: Managing The Knicks’ Special Agony, 1978
Just as he did as a player, Reed threw himself wholeheartedly into the job.
￼Rick Barry Discusses: Is the ABA As Good as the NBA? 1973
The National Basketball Association is better than the American Basketball Association, but it is no longer a great deal better.
￼Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: A Seven-Footer with Roots, 1977
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar knows where he came from, knows where he’s at, and has an idea where he’s going.
NBA Game of the Week: A Television First for Women with Microphones, 1974
The executives at CBS Sports regrouped and sent Jane Chastain to Portland today for the NBA Game of the Week.
Spencer Haywood: Sonic Superstar, 1971
In SuperSonic basketball circles, he’s known as “The Wood” . . . easy to rap with . . . tough to knock.
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
What Now for Spencer Haywood? 1971
Life truly is just beginning for this ambitious scourge of the ABA
Indy’s Roger Brown Makes Them Forget Big O, 1971
Most of the shell Brown had been hiding in for so long has been shed, and he has hatched into a beautiful bird of basketball, confident and immensely skilled.
Forward Thinking, 1971
Dave DeBusschere was a defensive stopper who could take the air out of opponents with his physical brand of ball.