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THE QUESTION: Do you think that old-time, low-scoring basketball—before Hank Luisetti popularized the one-hand jump shot—was a b
December 09, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
JOAN CRAWFORDWest Los AngelesMovie StarNo. From the spectator's point of view, today's game is much better, although much harder on the players. It particularly appeals to young boys the ages of my children. Any...
March 10, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED picks the best in basketball without regard to conference standings
July 06, 1959
Frank Lane, Cleveland Indians' general manager, finding a ready reason why his ball club plays so much better on the road than at home: "When we're away, the players stay in air-conditioned hotels and sleep from...
December 11, 1961
THE CHOICE...KANSAS STATE
April 13, 1964 | Tom C. Brody
In this Olympic sport the U.S. has shown that you can, and the 1964 Tokyo squad will continue that winning tradition. There seems to be a natural, happy affinity between the American boy and the basketball