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May 18, 1987 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•John Kerr, Chicago Bulls broadcaster, introducing Julius Erving in his Windy City farewell: "This man had an illustrious high school career, an illustrious college career and an illustrious career in the pros. But...
May 04, 1987 | Jack McCallum
Though the Philadelphia 76er season traversed a long and bumpy road, Julius Winfield Erving II never took a false step. He handled the NBA's longest goodbye, a 23-city, six-month farewell tour, with both elegance and...
May 04, 1987
AS JULIUS ERVING SAYS GOODBYE, SEVEN WRITERS REMEMBER
May 04, 1987 | Frank Deford
Julius Erving never played the role that Babe Ruth did, the savior of his sport. Nor was he ever a pioneer, as Jackie Robinson and Billie Jean King were. And certainly he was no revolutionary; no Ali he, no Curt...
May 04, 1987 | Curry Kirkpatrick
It was the Summer of '76. The dawning of the NBA-ABA merger, when a Mr. J. Smiley of Detroit appeared at the Cobo Hall ticket window, whipped out his $200 Ford Motor Company payroll check and mumbled something to the...