Greetings from Jersey City

Telander, Rick
November 1992
Sports Illustrated;11/23/92, Vol. 77 Issue 22, p96
Profiles Duke's basketball star Bobby Hurley. Physical description and unassuming image; Accomplishments at Jersey City's St. Anthony High; His father coached the team; Growing up in Jersey City; Family background; Playing against his brother Danny; Recruited by Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski; His career performances and statistics at Duke; A self-evaluation; Problems early on at Duke; Played against Olympic Dream Team; Comments from Earvin `Magic' Johnson and Charles Barkley.


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