New stripes, same old slick tiger

Carry, Peter
March 1973
Sports Illustrated;03/19/1973, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p81
The article highlights the contributions of Lenny Wilkens of the Chicago Bulls basketball team to his former clubs, Seattle SuperSonics and Cleveland Cavaliers. Wilkens averaged 20 points a game in his previous 12 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). During his time with SuperSonics, the team progressed and was regarded as the most promising young team in the NBA. His value to the Cavaliers extends from directing set plays and making offense work for the team. He believes that he helped in developing the franchise.


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