March 12, 1979 | John Papanek
Hubie Brown's no-names have Atlanta's reconstruction effort right on target
October 16, 1978
The world champion Washington Bullets won't have the Central Division to kick around anymore, which should make life more agreeable this season in Cleveland and San Antonio, and especially so in Houston.
November 14, 1977 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Charlie Criss, the NBA's littlest man, soars high with the surprising Hawks
May 26, 1975 | Barry McDermott
Year after year, the Colonels have been ready to chomp on a Kentucky-fried championship and never quite made it. But after three games of the ABA finals they had the Pacers by both drumsticks
October 28, 1974 | Pat Putnam
The New York Nets did the ABA—and pro basketball in general—an immense service by bringing Julius Erving up from Virginia and thereby bringing the league title to the Big Apple. The Nets were so impressive last...