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Bill Russell

Bill Russell
  • Author: Murry R. Nelson
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
  • ISBN: 0313330913
  • Page: 114
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contrast, Bill Russell hit 6 of 10 free throws. In this contest, the Philadelphia Inquirer declared that the difference was Bill, who not only scored 18 ...

Presents the life and accomplishments of the celebrated basketball player, who won eleven NBA championships, and who was the first African American to coach in the NBA and to be elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame.


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