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Sports: Football, Basketball #87986

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 04, 1984
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(NYC) Cowboys-Jets, Raiders-Bears football games detailed; performances of indiv. players, named in report, mentioned. Films shown courtesy CBS and NBC Sports Other NFL (National Football League) game scores listed on screen. National Basketball Association rookies profiled, named. [Julius ERVING - doesn't mind being compared with rookie Michael Jordan.] [Houston coach Bill FITCH - defs. selecting Akeem Olajuwon; recalls chastising him.] [OLAJUWON - praises Fitch.] [John LUCAS - recalls stars of his 1976 class; praises Olajuwon.] [Jim PETERSON, Leon WOODS, Sam PERKINS, ERVING, Charles BARKLEY - comment on transition to pros, "All My Children, General Hospital."] Clint Eastwood, Ralph Sampson mentioned.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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