As if by magic

Wulf, Steve; Cole, Patrick E.
February 1996
Time International (South Pacific Edition);02/12/96, Issue 7, p50
Focuses on the return of Los Angeles Lakers' basketball player Magic Earvin Johnson to the basketball arena on February 6, 1996, after being in exile when he was diagnosed with the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Reference to Magic leading the Lakers to a 128-118 victory, over the Golden State Warriors; Views of other basketball players; Details on his return.


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