Stress fractures

Vecsey, Laura
May 1997
Basketball Digest;May97, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p60
Assesses the prospects of the Seattle SuperSonics in the National Basketball Association's (NBA) 1997 playoffs. Role of forward Shawn Kemp and guard Gary Payton in leading the Sonics to the pennant race; Key backup players for Seattle; Strategies needed by Seattle to boost its chances of advancing to the championship like they did in the previous season.


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