November 16, 1970 | Roy Blount Jr.
Given their chance by expansion, some undersized scramblers are making a place and a name for themselves in pro basketball. Their presence adds a new and welcome dimension to the sport of giants
January 13, 1975 | Barry McDermott
With a new coach, good draft picks, a shrewd trade and some tender loving care, Denver is demolishing the ABA West
October 27, 1975 | Pat Putnam
As if Louisvillians weren't wrought up enough, they discovered recently that Dan Issel of their beloved Colonels had been force bussed over to Baltimore in exchange for over $600,000, and that Travis Grant had been...
October 28, 1974 | Pat Putnam
That other division is really tough," says Nets' Assistant Coach Rod Thorn, happy not to be in it. "Out there, teams are going to have to win 47 or 48 games to make the playoffs." San Antonio Coach Tom Nissalke's...
June 01, 1970 | Peter Carry
While Hoosiers and Californians showed that they loved the game as much in May as they did in December, a bunch of unknown Angelenos surprised the Pacers in the ABA's championship playoffs