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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...
October 25, 1976
WHO REALLY IS SUPERIOR—THE ABA'S TOP CENTER, ARTIS GILMORE, NOW WITH THE BULLS, OR THE LAKERS' TOWERING KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR? ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES, ALLAN MARDON PAINTS FIVE OF THE SEASON'S INTRIGUING NEW FACEOFFS
May 24, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Elvin Hayes, 6'10" Washington Bullets forward, asked in a hotel lobby if he was a basketball player: "No, I clean giraffe ears."
May 17, 1976 | John Papanek
It was an ordinary enough day for Julius Erving. There was no great intensity in his face or in his movements as he glided through practice at Cathedral College in Douglaston, Queens, and visitors who had watched him...
May 17, 1976 | Pat Putnam
In the first four games of the ABA championships Julius Erving had the right prescription for Denver, and the Nets prospered