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October 28, 1985 | Jack McCallum
"We used to be the Mid-Least; now we're the Mid-Best." The line belongs to Frank Layden, which is as good a reason as any to put his UTAH JAZZ on top. Anybody could finish first here except the Kings and the Spurs.
May 27, 1985 | Bruce Newman
Los Angeles took a 3-1 lead over Denver and seemed headed toward its fourth consecutive NBA championship series
April 22, 1985 | Alexander Wolff
Solidified by three ex-Trail Blazers, the Nuggets headed into the playoffs after their most successful NBA season ever
October 31, 1983 | Alexander Wolf
They're known as McHone's Cones, the four Day-Glo markers SAN ANTONIO SPURS Coach Morris McHone puts out for fast-break drills. At the end of each practice, groups of three go up and back, navigating the cones,...
April 26, 1982 | Bruce Newman
The Nuggets' damn-the-plays style generated the NBA's No. 1 offense