April 02, 1990 | Craig Kubey
It was the start of the 1958-59 season, a few years into college basketball's modern era, which had been ushered in by the likes of Bill Russell, Elgin Baylor and Wilt Chamberlain. By then you supposedly had to be...
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Offense meets defense head on this week as basketball's top four go after the college title
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The boy who slept on an orange crate led a brilliantly drilled California squad to the basketball championship
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Five very large men—and one little guy—were approached gingerly recently and asked this question: "Do you consider yourself an NBA enforcer?"
March 30, 1959
Pete Newell, University of California basketball
coach, on being told that his wife Florence had broken her toe shortly before
the NCAA tournament (which his team won by defeating West Virginia 71-70):