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keep a bouncing puck from crossing the line in the final seconds of overtime against the Blackhawks. TRIVIA ANSWER: Lenny Wilkens SOOTHING SOUNDS: Roberta Flack was born on this day in 1939.
I was very interested in them. Ownership would also do the same. Glenn Walker I do remember it being tumultuous. Lenny Wilkens had lost control of the team the year before [1984-85 was the last year for Wilkens as head coach of the SuperSonics
never going to guess what the other 11 guys have in common. Yup, all Hall of Famers. Magic Johnson Oscar Robertson Lenny Wilkens Bob Cousy Tiny Archibald Jerry West John Havlicek Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Dave Bing Julius Erving Walt Frazier 9. Is there any evidence
Arkansas-Little Rock. Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler is really excited to be playing for Team USA in the Olympics. TRIVIA ANSWER: Lenny Wilkens SOOTHING SOUNDS: Roberta Flack was born on this day in 1939.
inducted into the Hall of Fame as a coach in 2004, making him one of just three people (along with John Wooden and Lenny Wilkens ) to be enshrined as both a player and coach. He is credited with being the first coach to implement morning shootarounds
Thursday night vs. the Kings. The young woman at the Giants’ victory parade who said she was hoping to see Mark Sanchez explained herself to a TV station. TRIVIA ANSWER: Lenny Wilkens SOOTHING SOUNDS: Roberta Flack turns 75 Friday.
Federer shows off a between-the-legs shot for a winner. TRIVIA ANSWER: Former Providence College All-American Lenny Wilkens , who was coaching the Hawks when he passed Auerbach SOOTHING SOUNDS: Kim Wilson of the Fabulous Thunderbirds is 60
Boston, a consistent winner. He should have been in the Hall of Fame a long time ago. Just so many clutch shots." Lenny Wilkens was an assistant coach on the Dream Team, and also the head coach for the 1979 NBA championship-winning Sonics squad