November 07, 1977
PRO BASKETBALL—If ever there was a week for the home-court advantage, this was it. Of the 32 games scheduled through Saturday night, 26 were won by the home team, including all 14 on Friday and Saturday. Portland...
November 07, 1977 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
October 31, 1977
PRO BASKETBALL—After receiving their championship rings from Commissioner Larry O'Brien, the Trail Blazers took the floor and promptly fell 13 points behind San Antonio, but Lionel Hollins popped in 36 points to lead...
October 31, 1977 | Joe Marshall
Like all of General Manager Joe Thomas' new teams, San Francisco began with a thud, losing its first five games, but then the 49ers silenced their critics and maybe saved their coach by upsetting the Lions
October 24, 1977
CHESS—Grandmaster WALTER BROWNE of Berkeley, Calif. won his third straight U.S. championship when opponent Larry Christiansen of Riverside, Calif. conceded after 38 moves in the final round. Browne finished with nine...