Barcelona bruises

McCallum, Jack
January 1993
Sports Illustrated;1/18/93, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p54
Reports on the difficulty many of the players from the American Olympic basketball team are having this season playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Charles Barkley as the exception; Clyde Drexler; Patrick Ewing; Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen; More.


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