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October 20, 1980 | Roy S. Johnson
The Pacific Division begins the season faith a lot of old faces in new places. "Every few years you have to redefine who you are," says Seattle Coach Lenny Wilkens, whose SuperSonics did just that. "If you see what...
June 02, 1980 | Compiled by BROOKS CLARK
GOLF—DAVID GRAHAM defeated Tom Watson by one stroke to win the $360,000 Memorial tournament in Dublin, Ohio. He shot an eight-under-par 280.
March 13, 1980
The MVP of the playoffs described himself as a "funny-looking black kid with red hair and freckles." The leading scorer was a 25-year-old with fast feet and a fast-receding hairline. The spiritual leader was an "old...
May 28, 1979 | John Papanek
Downtown Freddie Brown, the Seattle SuperSonics' guard who looks more like the 2,000-year-old man than a basketball player, throws a towel at a naked Paul Silas in the locker room and says, "Hey, Big Daddy. Don't be...
November 13, 1978 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Everything was supposed to fall apart in Seattle with Marvin Webster gone, but Tommy LaGarde has been a revelation at center as the Sonics continue to win