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January 14, 1985
Celtics' reunion—from left, top: K.C. Jones, Mai Graham, Rick Weitzman, Gene Conley, Paul Silas, Hank Finkel, Jim Loscutoff, Kevin Stacom, Ron Watts, Bailey Howell, Pete Maravich, Satch Sanders, Sam Jones; middle:...
February 15, 1982 | Frank Deford
Here, in order, are Auerbach's top personnel maneuvers ranked according to the quality of the players involved and the degree of cleverness of the deal. For example, picking John Havlicek as the last man in the first...
October 16, 1978
This is the division in which Denver always runs off with the title, Chicago and Milwaukee surprise everyone by being either terrific or awful, Indiana stages a telethon to stay alive and Kansas City finishes sixth...
March 01, 1976 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Boston met Golden State in what may have been a sneak preview of the NBA finals. The Warriors won, but the Celtics, bolstered by tempered temperamentalist Charlie Scott, showed their mettle
October 27, 1975 | Pat Putnam
The easiest thing to say about this division is that the New York Knicks will finish last no matter what Eddie Donovan, Jack Kent Cooke and Wilt Chamberlain finally work out. Now onward and upward.