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May 20, 1974 | Peter Carry
After five years, Boston again has a winner. The ingredients that beat Milwaukee in seven games are the same: a lot of tradition, plus gutty men like John Havlicek
June 03, 1974
Sir:Peter Carry states (, May 20) that it was actually the Bucks who were more unyielding in holding Boston considerably under its 109 points per game regular season average. However, he fails to mention that Boston...
October 21, 1974
Same fight, new date. Once again, Ali and Foreman count down toward their encounter in Africa. Has George grown fat in idleness? Is Muhammad bored? Is it raining?
October 28, 1974 | John Underwood
When John Havlicek was a rookie Boston Celtic, one of the most important second-string players on the Boston team was Jim Loscutoff, the National Basketball Association equivalent of a middle linebacker. Loscutoff...
October 28, 1974
To the casual eye, the game often appears formless—random scrambling from one end of the floor to the other and back again. But pro basketball's stars run their paths purposefully, planning to be at a certain spot at...