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SHOE COUNTSir:After reading Foot Soldiers of Fortune in your Jan. 23 issue, I decided to see who won the "sneaker war" in the rest of the issue. Here is my unofficial tally of individual sneakers pictured in your...
July 04, 1983 | Anthony Cotton
In his first pro game Ralph Sampson had his good points—20—and bad
May 23, 1983 | Bruce Newman
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's hotel room was dark and, with the air conditioner turned up, chilled like a crypt. Which was appropriate, because the night before, in Game 3 of the NBA Western Conference finals, Abdul-Jabbar...
November 01, 1982 | Alexander Wolff
Had it not been for Coach Doug Moe's wife, the DENVER NUGGETS might not have survived the summer. Last June the franchise was ailing—"We even owed the paper boy," says one former partner—when Jane Moe suggested Red...
November 09, 1981
Kevin McHale (far left) and the skying Robert Parish are Boston's biggies, as are Los Angeles' Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Mitch Kupchak.