Professional basketball

October 1984
Yankee;Oct84, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p66
Professional basketball is the purest sport of bodies. It combines opposites--elegant gymnastics, ferocious ballet. When performed by the Boston Celtics, it is the best of winter games.


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