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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 14, 1975 | Pat Putnam
New faces dot the playoffs, but when it's all over toward the end of May, you'll probably recognize Boston or Washington
April 15, 1974 | Peter Carry
The Knicks were getting much more than they could handle from the Bullets until Monroe spotted an odd-looking hoop in one game and Frazier recaptured his fan club at the redolent Garden in the next
October 28, 1974 | Pat Putnam
The toughest thing about this division is not picking the eventual champion, but trying to remember under what alias it will be operating. Two years ago it was Baltimore. Last season it was Capital. This year it will...