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Jerry West Leaves Legacy of Magnetism Across Generations of Basketball


At an age when most players of his generation were long gone from the game, cursing it from afar and proclaiming how much better and purer it was when they played, Jerry West was still in the thick of the action, making decisions, talking to players and generally relating to young men whose great-grandfathers might’ve watched him play live. (Sports Illustrated)

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Jerry West Leaves Legacy of Magnetism Across Generations of Basketball


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