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Sports: Basketball, Hockey #108164

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 22, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jack Whitaker) Iowa-Univ.-NV-Las Vegas, IN-LSU basketball games detailed; performances of individual players (named) mentioned. Scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. Providence-Syracuse, IN-UNLV games anticipated.

(No location given: Jim Lampley) Hockey coach Herb Brooks profiled; his 1980 Olympic win recalled, shown. [BROOKS - discusses career, goals for Saint Cloud team.] [Saint Cloud athletic director Morris KURTZ - praises Brooks.] [BROOKS - anticipates 1988 Olympics.] [1988 Olympic hockey coach Dave PETERSON - comments.] [BROOKS - comments on recent loss.]

(Studio: Jack Whitaker) Saint Cloud's schedule next season mentioned.

Donaldson, Sam;
Lampley, Jim;
Whitaker, Jack

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