Showing 1 - 10 of 80 Stories for Hal Greer
The Bulls are making child's play of foes as they shoot for a record 70 wins
A Team That Was Blessed
That's what Wilt Chamberlain calls the unbeaten '56-57 North Carolina Tar Heels, who upset his Kansas Jayhawks in triple overtime in the most exciting NCAA final ever
PUSH COMES TO SHOVE
... moved to a 2-1 lead in the first round—and Havlicek not only responded with 35 points but steered the offense and forced Hal Greer into some bad shooting.
THE STARS ARE READY
With Hal Greer and Larry Costello, Syracuse needs guards like the Yankees need a center-fielder, but Meriwether moves so well the team may end up carrying ...
THE NEW SPIRIT OF THE 76ERS
... and John Havlicek missing shots again and again; Hal Greer getting away from K.C.; Tom Sanders wandering aimlessly on defense where once he strode like ...
Rockin' The Retros A streetwise Philly marketer, with some juice from hip-hop stars, has turned the throwback jersey into a big-bucks fashion frenzy
turn AI into Hal Greer, but a piece of clothing seems to be trying.) Consumers who regard that shirt as apostasy can always turn to ABA retros ...
SARGE TAKES PHILLY TO THE TOP
He was Wilt's coach at San Francisco, and before that he coached the Syracuse emigrants—Chet Walker, Hal Greer, Dave Gambee and Larry Costello—up ...
Russell in the East and muscle in the West should triumph again
Two shrewd new coaches from the college ranks will help their teams, and rookies will aid others, but the likely winners are still the Celtics and the Hawks. With depth, plus Bill Russell and Bob Cousy, Boston should win a close eastern race, while big, brawling St. Louis faces less trouble in the West
The spirit of the 76ers is willing
But the flesh is weak. In 1967 Philadelphia won the NBA title. This year, because of bad drafts, bad trades and bad management, a bunch of has-beens, never-wases and won't-bes may set a league record for losses
THE PLAY THAT WON THE TITLE
When play resumed, Guard Hal Greer prepared to throw the ball in, the Celtics tried to anticipate Philadelphia's plan, and 13909 spectators held their breath.