Sports 101

Parney, Lisa Leigh
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/5/99, Vol. 91 Issue 49, p12
Answers questions regarding the National Basketball Association's post-lockout season in 1999. Oddities of the 1999 season; Who is likely to take Michael Jordan's place now that he has retired; Which teams are expected to make the playoffs; How the lockout has affected the player's preparation for the season.


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