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Sports: Football, Basketball #100392

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 13, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Jets-Steelers football game and performances of indiv. players (named) detailed; scenes shown courtesy NBC Sports. UCLA Bruins basketball team featured; details given, scenes shown. Former coach John Wooden recalled, shown. [Coach Walt HAZZARD - praises Wooden.] [WOODEN - responds.] Wooden's impact on team reviewed. [WOODEN - praises Bruins.] Assistant coaches Jack Hirsch, Sidney Wicks, Andre McCarter described. [HAZZARD - endorses Wooden's method and philosophy.] [Players Reggie MILLER, Jerome RICHARDSON - hope to live up to Hazzard and Wooden.] Miller's sister Cheryl mentioned. [CBS basketball analyst Billy PACKER - comments.] Team's schedule outlined.

Reporter(s):
Sullivan, Kathleen
Duration:
00:04:30

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