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August 07, 1972 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Jerry West, Los Angeles Laker star, on Wilt Chamberlain's million-dollar mansion: "Someday when he is ready to sell, I'm sure a madam will buy it."
May 08, 1972
The pivotal point is the play of the rival pivotmen in the Knicks-Lakers set-to for the NBA title—big Jerry Lucas vs. bigger Wilt Chamberlain. A report by Peter Carry.
March 27, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Benny Scott, who hopes to become the first black driver to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 in 1973, on equal opportunities in the sport: "Is big-league auto racing lily white? I would say so. But it isn't a redneck...
June 08, 1970 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Wilt Chamberlain, Los Angeles Laker star, said to be paid $250,000 a year, on the recent economic news: "What I made in 10 years of playing basketball, I lost in 10 days on the stock market."
March 16, 1970 | Alfred Wright
So says Jerry West, who has done so much to keep his team in contention while it waits for Chamberlain to come back. Behind the scenes a new, low-key coach has challenged some of the game's silly traditions