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HONDOSir:I have been a diligent SI follower for years, but I cannot remember a better feature than the Oct. 28 one on pro basketball, especially John Underwood's article on John Havlicek (The Green Running Machine)....
December 09, 1974 | Jane Gross
In Boston, Dave Cowens made his return last week, too—somewhat ahead of schedule and with the Celtics in less desperate shape than the Bucks. Minus their center since he broke a bone in his right foot during an...
May 12, 1975 | Pat Putnam
After being walloped twice by the Bullets, the Celts won one by putting Dave Cowens in the low post and the ball in the hole
October 27, 1975 | Pat Putnam
The easiest thing to say about this division is that the New York Knicks will finish last no matter what Eddie Donovan, Jack Kent Cooke and Wilt Chamberlain finally work out. Now onward and upward.
March 01, 1976 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Boston met Golden State in what may have been a sneak preview of the NBA finals. The Warriors won, but the Celtics, bolstered by tempered temperamentalist Charlie Scott, showed their mettle