Rice, Robert
February 1961
New Yorker;2/4/1961, Vol. 36 Issue 51, p38
The article profiles Robert Joseph Cousy, a basketball player from Boston Celtics basketball team in Massachusetts. He stands only six feet one and half and has been regarded by most students of basketball as the game's supreme technician. Some regard him as the most spectacular entertainer and has scored more points during his professional career than any other player in the Association's history.


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