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November 11, 1968
BASKETBALL—NBA: It was a week of last-ditch heroics. BALTIMORE (8-3) beat the Warriors 112-110 on Earl Monroe's 28-footer with two seconds left. CINCINNATI'S (6-2) Oscar Robertson frustrated the Knicks by tossing in...
January 20, 1969
BASKETBALL—NBA: BALTIMORE (33-11) lost to Los Angeles, but topped San Diego twice: 108-107 on Wes Unseld's layup with three seconds remaining and 106-104 despite Elvin Hayes's 32 points and 25 rebounds. After beating...
March 12, 1973
BASKETBALL—NBA: The moving teams in the East were the second-placers—one up, Atlanta one down, New York. The Hawks, cemented behind Baltimore in the Central Division, swept four in a row: Seattle, Philadelphia...
December 17, 1973
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Milwaukee Coach Larry Costello, having nothing else to ponder (his Bucks at 24-4 enjoy the best record in either pro league), wondered aloud about modern players' lack of enthusiasm and drive:...
July 12, 1999 | Pierre McGuire
Despite not having one player under contract, the expansion Minnesota Wild, who will join the league in 2000-01, already ranks in the top half among NHL teams in merchandise sales. Minnesota also has deposits for...