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•Mike Riordan of the Baltimore Bullets asked if second-year star Phil Chenier could be compared to the flamboyant Earl (The Pearl) Monroe: "No, he's more unnoticeable than Earl."
April 16, 1973 | Peter Carry
New York defeated Baltimore four games to one in the NBA playoffs by blending solo bursts with a typical team effort
October 27, 1975 | Pat Putnam
At the end of last season the Golden State Warriors astounded almost everybody by totally disarming the Washington Bullets in the NBA championships. Their victory in four straight games was a memorable upset, but...
April 14, 1969 | Frank Deford
After a decade of glory, the Boston veterans were the poorest qualifiers in the Eastern Division playoffs, but they drew strength from a proud tradition and won the right to meet New York in the semifinal round
December 08, 1969 | Jerry Kirshenbaum