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Walter Luckett, Fabulous Freshman November 27, 1972
When Ohio University guard Walter (Put It in the Bucket) Luckett showed up at Missouri for his first college game, he encountered 12,600 fans ...
THREE HOPEFULS REACHED FOR THE STARS BUT FAILED TO MAKE THE CUT
The young men are Frank Oleynick and Barry McLeod, who are white, and Walter Luckett, who is black. They grew up in Bridgeport as friends ...
Horns Of A Dilemma
Michael Jordan continues to carry the Bulls, but how much abuse can his body take?
America's Best-Kept Secret
Haven't heard of Vin Baker? You're not alone, although scouts will tell you that the University of Hartford center is a potential NBA lottery pick
A TIME TO BLESS THE BEASTS AND FRESHMEN
... says he will open the offense for Luckett; he is very aware of his star's value. " What Walter can do for us is raise the program to a point where ...
The Big Man Gets Bigger
Patrick Ewing has added finesse to his intimidating presence and made New York an NBA force
When Great Isn't Good Enough
Minnesota's Kevin Garnett, the highest-paid player in the NBA, must constantly fight off the image of the Star Who Hasn't Measured Up
BEST OF THE REST
Jim Snyder's record at Ohio University is fast approaching Taylor's at OSU. With a little luck and a lot of Luckett (freshman Walter, that is), the Bobcats will earn ...
Ray of Hope The trade that sent longtime Bruin Raymond Bourque to the Avalanche gives him and Colorado a shot at the Stanley Cup
Walter Luckett, Fabulous Freshman November 27, 1972. By Pete McEntegart · Previous Article Letting Go With everything but a championship ...
Lone Star Ricky Williams was hailed as a savior when he arrived in New Orleans, but his heart's still in Texas, and his head's someplace else, far away, in a world of his own
mean, Walter Payton dies, and it's like everybody wants Ricky to be the next Walter Payton. He even wears number 34, Payton's number, and ...