Battle for NBA playoff position heats up

Harris, Jaime C.
March 1996
New York Amsterdam News;3/30/96, Vol. 87 Issue 13, p48
Reports on teams vying for a position in the National Basketball Association's playoffs. Reference to the performances of the Chicago Bulls and the Seattle Supersonics; Comment about the Orlando Magic and San Antonio Spurs; Attempts of the Miami Heat and the Charlotte Hornets; Information on other teams vying for a position in the National Basketball Association Playoffs.


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