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Remember Dancing Harry—the odd fellow who followed Earl Monroe from Baltimore to New York when the Bullets traded Monroe to the Knicks in 1971? Dancing Harry, otherwise known as Marvin Cooper, wasn't easy to miss. He...
April 15, 1974 | Peter Carry
The Knicks were getting much more than they could handle from the Bullets until Monroe spotted an odd-looking hoop in one game and Frazier recaptured his fan club at the redolent Garden in the next
April 16, 1973 | Peter Carry
New York defeated Baltimore four games to one in the NBA playoffs by blending solo bursts with a typical team effort
December 18, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Mike Riordan of the Baltimore Bullets asked if second-year star Phil Chenier could be compared to the flamboyant Earl (The Pearl) Monroe: "No, he's more unnoticeable than Earl."