May 26, 1975 | Barry McDermott
Year after year, the Colonels have been ready to chomp on a Kentucky-fried championship and never quite made it. But after three games of the ABA finals they had the Pacers by both drumsticks
October 27, 1975 | Pat Putnam
As if Louisvillians weren't wrought up enough, they discovered recently that Dan Issel of their beloved Colonels had been force bussed over to Baltimore in exchange for over $600,000, and that Travis Grant had been...
June 28, 1976 | Frank Deford
So long, ABA. Four teams were swallowed by the NBA and the other two will be scattered to the winds—and the bottom-liners shed not a tear
August 16, 1976 | Barry McDermott
IN A DRAFT OF PLAYERS FROM DECEASED ABA TEAMS, CHICAGO, PORTLAND AND DETROIT OF THE NBA CAME AWAY MUCH RICHER, DESPITE STIFF INHERITANCE FEES
October 25, 1976 | Curry Kirkpatrick
I kind of expected they'd put us in there," says Denver Coach Larry Brown, making "in there" sound as if he meant some kind of medieval torture chamber. He refers to the Midwest Division, the NBA's own Cuckoo's Nest...