Battle royal

Crothers, Tim
December 1995
Sports Illustrated;12/18/95, Vol. 83 Issue 26, p46
Recounts the highly billed match-up between college hoop stars Marcus Camby and Tim Duncan, when the University of Massachusetts played Wake Forest in December 1995. Hype surrounding the meeting of the two centers; Victory for Camby; Camby's background; Memories of other great match-ups; Possible future in the National Basketball Association for both players.


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