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June 23, 1975 | Pat Putnam
The New York Knicks thought George McGinnis would never play for Philadelphia, so they signed him. But he may—and thereby hangs a tale
October 27, 1975 | Pat Putnam
The textbook case on How to Revitalize a Franchise evolved in Denver last season when the entire city contracted a serious epidemic of the Rocky Mountain Highs. The Nuggets won more games (65) than anyone in pro...
October 27, 1975 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Money and the promise of national exposure lured superstar George McGinnis out of the ABA to Philadelphia, and the $3 million-plus deal for the Indiana strongman is already helping the 76ers
November 10, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
SUPERMANSir:Thank you for putting George McGinnis on the cover of your Pro Basketball Issue (Oct. 27). He deserved the honor more than any other player, even Dr. J. And Jerry Kirshenbaum should be congratulated for...
January 05, 1976
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Buffalo suspended league scoring leader Bob McAdoo in the continuing dispute over his complaints of a sprained back. The center sat out the Braves' 101-92 defeat of Atlantic leader Boston that...