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Their fans haven't forgotten Dr. J, but the last champs of the ABA have one thing to cheer about—a Golden State castoff named Hawkins, who really effervesces
March 21, 1977 | Curry Kirkpatrick
April 11, 1977 | Edited By Robert W. Creamer
•Dan Galbreath, owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates, on the paucity of meetings among baseball owners: "I don't know of any other business where you meet your partners only twice a year."
May 16, 1977 | John Papanek
To win, Houston had to slow Philadelphia's attack to a waltz, but it was the 76ers who set the beat at the Spectrum, disco-dancing off with two quick victories.