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October 24, 1966 | Frank Deford
October 24, 1966
At his peak he probably was the best all-round player in the sport's history. Today, after an astonishing recovery from serious injuries to both knees, Elgin Baylor (see cover) is ready to lead the Los Angeles Lakers...
October 17, 1966
Pro Basketball opens with a 10-team league considerably altered by trades and with the game's most exciting player, Elgin Baylor, back in form after a series of crippling injuries.
April 25, 1966 | Curry Kirkpatrick
His ailments cured, Elgin Baylor played brilliantly to lead the Lakers to victory over St. Louis and an upset of Boston in their first game for the title. But it will take all of his skill to beat the champions
March 09, 1964
There is no such thing as a two-man basketball team except in publicity releases and Burt L. Standish novels. But if you were to have Jerry West and Elgin Baylor on your team, as Los Angeles has, you could be sure...