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September 24, 1990 | Compiled by Michael Jaffe
PRO BASKETBALL—The YOUNGSTOWN (Ohio) PRIDE defeated the Calgary 88's 109-99 in the fifth game of their best-of-five playoff series to win its second consecutive World Basketball League championship. Pride...
July 30, 1990 | Compiled by Michael Jaffe
BASKETBALL—The U.S. defeated Yugoslavia 88-78 to win its second straight women's world basketball championship, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Katrina McClain led the U.S. with 23 points in the title game.
March 02, 1987 | Charles Pierce
Once Kenny (Mouse) McFadden was no more than a funky rumor. That was back when Mouse seemed destined to join the Goat, the Helicopter and all those other New York City nicknames in basketball's boneyard for...
November 19, 1986 | Charles Pierce
Kevin Mackey is not easily amazed, but he was the first time he saw Ken (Mouse) McFadden in an AAU game. With his team well ahead, the slim, Archibaldian 6'1" guard waved his teammates away and moonwalked the ball...
March 24, 1986 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Pedigree: The Association of Mid-Continent Universities, or AMCU-8; F.L. (Frosty) Ferzacca, commissioner.