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 bookoldbkb
Hawkins was a great player but a gambling scandal in college kept him out of the NBA for five years and perhaps out of the Hall of Fame.
He led the NBA in scoring seven times, rebounding eleven times and assists once, the only center ever to do that.
The NBA Finals: The Official Illustrated History by Roland Lazenby (1990).
www.sandlotshrink.com /bookoldbkb.htm   (1872 words)

  
 NBA.com: Michael Jordan Career Retrospective
By returning to the NBA with the Washington Wizards, Michael Jordan is adding another chapter to his storied legacy.
Recap his legacy of achievements with this article from the Official NBA Encyclopedia.
Jordan discusses everything from his unexpected attention as a rookie to overcoming the Detroit Pistons to his decision to leave and come back to the NBA in Part 1 and Part 2 of the 1996 NBA at 50 interview.
www.nba.com /jordan   (656 words)

  
 Mets Walkoffs And Other Minutiae
Redman was the first of four to touch home plate after that final swing and we can only imagine how good it felt for him, and how bad it felt for the newest Mets finisher.
After I waited patiently for several months, Barry finally found the verses we enjoyed so much way back when...So as I stall for time before blogging about Cameron/Nady, here is the full text of the "Mets Stiffo Rap." Feel free to sing along or contribute your own thoughts.
Johnson was fifth during his terrific 1989 and 1991 seasons.
metswalkoffs.blogspot.com   (5349 words)

  
 Nba History Standings
NBA Statistics for each player, team, and league in pro basketball history.
Browse through NBA history by selecting the section and year you want to see.
NBA Season-by-Season History A season-by-season look at the NBA complete with standings, stats and notable events dating back to the 1940s.
www.all-about-basketball.com /nba_history_standings.jsp   (509 words)

  
 Center for Sports Parenting - Expert Panel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Bigleow is a former NBA first round draft choice, who played for four years for the Kansas City Kings, Boston Celtics, and San Diego Clippers.
She has covered Super Bowls, the NBA finals, the BCS college football national championship game, the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, golf and tennis championships, ski racing, weightlifting, boxing and motor sports.
A 1989 recipient of the Tom Phillips Award as New England's top sports reporter, Wilson also served as sports director for WSAY-AM in Rochester, N.Y., and called play-by-play for the New England Steamers of the Arena Football League.
www.sportsparenting.org /csp/csp_xpanel.cfm   (10638 words)

  
 Association for Professional Basketball Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Find out how the league's pioneer players are getting
For more information on the Pre-1965 NBA Players Association, or to order copies of Vintage NBA from the Pre-1965 NBA Players Association [for only $20, including shipping], write to:
Major leagues [NBA, ABA, ABL, etc.], minor leagues [CBA, USBL, etc.], women's leagues [WBL, WNBA, ABL, etc.]
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 Win
1989 Balt's Gregg Olson is 1st relief pitcher to win AL Rookie of Year
1989 Trumbull Conn, is 1st U.S. team since 1983 to win Little League WS
1989 59th French Womens Tennis: A Sanchez Vicario beats S Graf (76 36 75) favored Steffi Graf, also 1st Spaniard to win a grand slam title
www.brainyhistory.com /topics/w/win.html   (9361 words)

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