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The vision of Golden State blowing its shot at the title persists. One can still see Rick Barry standing around, hands on hips, pouting; Phil Smith slightly confused and shot-happy; Al Attles momentarily dazed and...
March 07, 1977
PRO BASKETBALL—"The man beat us by himself," said New York's Bob McAdoo after Pete Maravich's career-high 68 points—the most ever scored by an NBA guard, and a total exceeded by only Wilt Chamberlain and Elgin...
August 01, 1977 | Edited by Douglas S. Looney
TRYING TO ICE THE OLYMPICS
August 15, 1977
ARCHERY—RICH MCKINNEY of Muncie, Ind. broke the world double-round scoring record with 2,586 points and won the national championships at Miami (Ohio) University over defender Darrell Pace. LUANN RYON of Riverside,...
January 09, 1978 | John Papanek
Seattle was deep in last place with a 5-17 record when unassuming Lenny Wilkens (above) assumed command. The team proceeded to win 12 of 15 for its new coach