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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Clyde Drexler
Clyde Drexler denied Wednesday making negative statements attributed to him about Magic Johnson in an upcoming book about the Dream Team.
Elvin Hayes hasn't visited the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame since his induction in 1990, and he even turns down invitations to attend special events affiliated with it.
Players from each of the five Final Four teams of former Houston coach Guy V. Lewis gathered Friday to honor the coach and share a unified message.
NBA great Clyde Drexler can foresee a league franchise being based in London, maybe even within the next decade.
"I like winning and I feel like great players are always tied to winning," he said. "A lot of guys have scored points but only certain guys have won and scored points. If I can win a championship then I think my body of work ... will mean more."
"He couldn't play much by that time. He couldn't guard his shadow," Drexler is quoted as saying in the book. "But you have to understand what was going on then. Everybody kept waiting for Magic to die. Every time he'd run up the court everybody would feel sorry for the guy, and he'd get all that benefit of the doubt."