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BOWLING—BOBBY KNIPPLE of Long Beach, Calif. beat Mike Lemongello 209-186 to win the $6,000 first prize in the $50,000 King Louie Open at Overland Park, Kans.
April 13, 1970 | Frank Deford
Transformed by Joe Caldwell and bolstered by Walt Bellamy, Atlanta has an unshakable belief that it will be the first Western Division team in more than a decade to win the pro basketball championship
January 22, 1973 | Peter Carry
The penchant of good old boys with New York accents and deadly jump shots to head for the Old South—specifically the Carolinas—to bring the local citizenry strange new words and all manner of fancy trophies has long...
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
November 09, 1970
BASKETBALL—NBA: Detroit's Pistons, on a nine-game winning streak and fresh from a 109-89 win over Baltimore, breezed into Manhattan on Halloween and ran into a five-headed creature called a Knickerbocker. Recalling...