Barkley needs to play; Rodman needs to sit

Powell, Shaun
April 1997
Sporting News;04/07/97, Vol. 221 Issue 14, p37
Reports on the injuries suffered by National Basketball Association (NBA) players Charles Barkley of the Houston Rockets and Dennis Rodman of the Chicago Bulls. Need for Barkley in Houston's campaign for the NBA championship; Prospects of Rodman's return; Includes a preview of possible draft picks from the National Collegiate Athletic Association; Fine imposed on New Jersey coach John Calipari.


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