Magic Mecca of Basketball
John Delong * Winston-Salem Journal
Some of the details have become blurred over time. Julius Hodge is no longer sure if he was 4 or 5 that night in Madison Square Garden when his mother and brother took him to see the New York Knicks play the Los Angeles Lakers. All he knows is he was a little squirt, on one of the two or three trips the family would take each year to see his beloved hometown Knicks play. Read More
Jones has Lions roaring
New York Daily News
Whenever Columbia's second-year coach Joe Jones speaks to Jim McMillian over the phone, it is like taking a trip into a time warp. McMillian was Columbia's last big star, a sophomore All-American forward from Thomas Jefferson High in Brooklyn who helped the Lions roar through the 1968 season, defeating St. John's, 60-55, to win the Holiday Festival, capturing a share of the Ivy League title, going to the NCAA Tournament and finishing in the AP final Top 10. Read More
Hodge, Wolfpack Ready for New York's Big Stage
Tony Haynes * GoPack.com
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