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March 19, 1973
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: It was steady as she goes with all four division leaders—Boston, Baltimore, Milwaukee and Los Angeles—finishing the week as securely as they began. Finding little competition elsewhere, the...
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 18, 1972 | Mark Mulvoy
Deflections, rebounds and other close-in pickings are the repertoire of the WHA's surprise scoring ace, Ron Ward—up from NHL oblivion
December 04, 1972 | Mark Mulvoy
This time it is in appreciation of a joyous new Ice Age in Atlanta, where the expansion Flames are off and blazing and the neophyte fans are up and cheering
October 09, 1972
Who's afraid of Bob Woolf? Consult the mighty conglomerate of Bobby Orr-Phil Esposito, Ltd., also known as the Boston Bruins. Woolf is the Boston lawyer-agent who negotiated those astronomical WHA contracts for...