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The flamboyant Pistol Pete Maravich (above) and the sharpshooting Sweet Lou Hudson combined to give the Hawks one of the top scoring backcourts in NBA history.
Three of the final four games in this memorable World Series ended with walk-off hits, including Game 7, when the Diamondbacks rallied to beat the Yankees 3--2 in the ninth.