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July 01, 1974
BOWLING—ED BOURDASE, of Mountain View, Calif., took the $45,000 Seattle Open, defeating Matt Surina in the final match, 247 pins to 202.
September 30, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Leonard Gray, Seattle SuperSonic rookie, evaluating the talents of 7-foot fellow rookie Tom Burleson: "Well, when everybody else is tired, he's still going to be tall."
March 03, 1975 | Pat Putnam
Out on the road, Boston had a little transmission trouble—nothing that couldn't be fixed with Celtic spirit and a few spare parts from the bench
April 21, 1975
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Seattle, making the playoffs for the first time, and the Houston Rockets, whose only previous postseason experience came in 1969, when they were in San Diego, showed their worth by winning...
October 27, 1975 | Pat Putnam
A year ago this division inherited Bill Walton, Tom Burleson and Clifford Ray, and now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar comes in from Milwaukee to join that towering group. You would have to bet that one of the four will be...