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PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Detroit's Isiah Thomas made 21 assists in a 102-96 victory over Washington to bring his season total to 1,110 and break the NBA record of 1,099 set by Kevin Porter of the Pistons in 1978-79....
November 30, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Harvey Johnson, director of player personnel for the Buffalo Bills, on a player he drafted who turned out to be a flop: "He had size, speed, agility. He could do it all. But I knew I should never have drafted him...