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Sports / Boxing / Basketball: New York Knicks #75429

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 14, 1982
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(NYC) Fatal injuries sustained by Duk Koo Kim in boxing match with Ray Mancini reported; film shown. Promoter Bob Arum said calling for moratorium on boxing as result. Bout between Alexis Arguello and Aaron Pryor reported; Arguello said disassociating himself from allegations that Pryor had ingested illegal concoction during fight. Details given. Today's basketball performances of USSR player Arvidas Sabonis in game with IN Univ. and Moses Malone of Philadelphia discussed, shown. New York Knicks fans noted include Peter Falk, Robert Redford, Woody Allen, Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand; photos shown courtesy George Kalinsky. Former players Walt Frazier, Willis Reed, Bill Bradley, and Dave DeBusschere recalled. [Elliott GOULD, Neil SIMON, Ernie GRUNFELD, Bernard KING, Dave DeBUSSCHERE, Sonny WERBLIN - praise Knicks.] Current activities of preceding celebrities outlined; Allen shown with Mia Farrow. Team's present difficulties examined. [Coach Hubie BROWN - acknowledges record.] Former coaches Dick and Frank McGuire mentioned, shown. [BROWN - thinks crowd wants to see intelligent game.] [KING - hopes for improved playing.] Outcome of Knicks' latest games reported Presence at last night's game of Jerry-Stiller (of Stiller and Meara) noted. [SIMON - comments.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Reporter(s):
Schaap, Dick
Duration:
00:05:40

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