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December 20, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Paul Westphal, Phoenix Sun guard: "I'll always remember Tom Heinsohn's pep talks when I was with the Celtics. One time there were 72 bleeps in it—and it was Christmas Day."
June 20, 1977
BEISBOLSir:Thanks to Ron Fimrite for his very human story (In Cuba, It's Viva El Grand Old Game, June 6). I anticipate, however, the usual rash of letters that will castigate SI for delving into a political issue. To...
November 07, 1977 | Melissa Ludtke
For every hour of sports on network television there are eight to 10 minutes of advertising; in 1976 that added up to more than 160 hours of commercials intermingled with kickoffs, pickoffs, tipoffs and teeoffs....
September 29, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Tom Lasorda, Dodger manager, signing an autograph for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: "It's not worth much today, and in five years it'll be worth even less."
February 12, 1981
Tom Heinsohn, former Boston Celtic star, explaining why he turned down a college football scholarship: "If I was going to get beat up, I wanted it to be indoors where it was warm."