Showing 1 - 10 of 426 Stories for Walt Frazier
Clyde, laughing Cavalier
Walt Frazier was the idol of New York Knick fans until the last two seasons, when the affair soured. Now he has a new home, if not yet a house, in Cleveland
Whatever Happened To The White Athlete?
Unsure Of His Place In A Sports World Dominated By Blacks Who Are Hungrier, Harder-Working And Perhaps Physiologically Superior, The Young White Male Is Dropping Out Of The Athletic Mainstream To Pursue Success Elsewhere
AND STILL A CLASSIC OF COOL
In his eighth pro season the pressure is on the Knicks' Walt Frazier as never before. But he remains basketball's best guard, and while his life-style is less gaudy, ...
The Bulls are making child's play of foes as they shoot for a record 70 wins
What's in a Name?
When middleweight champ Marvin Hagler added Marvelous to his name, he wasn't on an ego trip, only confirming what hard work has wrought
Gerry Cooney Can't Beat His Old English Teacher, But He Could Become Heavyweight Champion Of The World
Cooney, who fights Ken Norton on May 11, has dominated everyone he has faced in the ring, but on his frequent trips back to his old school he meets his match in two-fisted Geraldine Gorman
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
19 KANSAS STATE
... Scott Langton or Fred Barton will start; Keith Frazier (Walt's brother) and sharpshooting freshman Thomas Freeman will come off the bench.
Mixing it up with the guys
Nancy Lieberman broke basketball's gender barrier with her USBL debut
NBA: goodby to the old balance of power
Russell is gone, Alcindor and Hawkins are here, new coaches run three key clubs and nothing will ever be the same again. The shifts in talent bring the teams closer together, increasing the enjoyment of fans but complicating the chores of forecasters like our own Frank Deford. To reflect all the changes through competitive performance, Deford here bases his scouting reports and prophecies on preseason exhibition games involving all 14 NBA squads.