Bad call

Masin, Herman L.
May 1997
Coach & Athletic Director;May/Jun97, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p10
Focuses on the transition of Bill Walton's character from 1973 in the television program `The Waltons.' Comparison of the attitudes of players in collegiate basketball and the National Basketball Association; Walton's analysis of the causes of the degeneration of players when they enter pro-basketball.


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