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March 02, 1981
A magic show is expected when Earvin Johnson, sidelined for more than three months by an injury to his left knee, returns to the Lakers' lineup as Los Angeles makes a run for its second consecutive NBA championship....
October 09, 1978
Pro Basketball is back, with the world-champion Washington Bullets in a new division, free agents Marvin Webster and Rick Barry hoping to swing the balance of power to New York and Houston, and MVP Bill Walton still...
October 24, 1977
Pro Basketball opens with Portland in the champion's seat and Blazermania rampant. Curry Kirkpatrick ponders that phenomenon in his assessment of the league, and John Papanek analyzes the Enforcers on the court,...
November 15, 1976
A team grows in Brooklyn, and while its budget wouldn't cover Woody Hayes' phone bill, the Kingsmen are 7-1 already. John Papanek reports from the student union, also known as the Jolly Bull Pub.
July 16, 1979
The VIII Pan-American games conclude with sports in which the U.S., already the biggest winner, is traditionally strong and deep—track and field, boxing and basketball. Joe Marshall and John Papanek report from San Juan.