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  • Encore: Montreal repeats as Cup winners
  • Hull first to eclipse 50 goals
  • Howe scores 600th goal
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  • Canadiens regain the Cup
  • Red Wings best in regular season
  • Pilote sets scoring record for defensemen
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  • Toronto wins third straight Stanley Cup
  • All playoff series go 7 games (for first time)
  • Howe sets record for goals, Sawchuk for shutouts
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  • Toronto begins its Stanley Cup dynasty
  • Montreal tops the season standings fifth straight year
  • Hull third to score 50; Rangers make the playoffs
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  • One shining moment: Chicago’s only post-WWII Stanley Cup
  • Achieving his goals: Geoffrion second to 50
  • Mahovlich scores 49
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  • Montreal dominates, wins 4th of record five straight Stanley Cups
  • Leafs surge, Rangers collapse – Toronto makes playoffs and the finals
  • Dickie Moore sets scoring record; Jean Beliveau, Andy Bathgate, Gordie Howe star
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  • Canadiens on top of hockey world
  • Rocket Richard first to 500 goals
  • Rookies Hull, Mahovlich
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  • Canadiens win 2nd straight Stanley Cup
  • Red Wings best for regular season
  • Howe, Lindsay 1-2 in scoring
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  • Montreal’s 1st of 5 straight Stanley Cups
  • Record 45 wins earns Habs their first 100-point season
  • Rangers at their Original Six best: 32 wins
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  • Wonder Wings: Sawchuk, Howe, lead Detroit to Stanley Cup
  • Rocket Riot: Montreal fans explode after Richard suspension costs Habs
  • Shining Stars: MVP Teeder Kennedy, Norris winner Harvey, Boom-Boom, Beliveau
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  • Seeing Red: Wings win Cup and sixth straight regular season title
  • Debuts: Rookie Beliveau, coach Clancy, 1st Norris Trophy winner Kelly
  • Stars: Scorers Howe, Richard, Lindsay, Geoffrion; goalies Lumley, Sawchuk, Rollins
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  • Hab Forming: Montreal tops regular-season champ Detroit for Stanley Cup
  • Rocket to the Top: Richard becomes all-time goal scorer
  • And Howe: MVP Gordie Howe leads with 49 goals, 46 assists, 95 points
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  • Team of the Century: Detroit first to reach 100 points
  • Leafs at their best: Cup-winners have franchise-best 95 points
  • Fastest triggers duel: Howe outscores Rocket Richard, 43-42
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  • Wings Win: Detroit takes the Stanley Cup in Game 7 OT
  • Production Line: Lindsay-Abel-Howe are 1-2-3 in league scoring
  • Great Canadiens: Bill Durnan best in goal; Rocket Richard best in goal-scoring
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  • Teeder’s team: Captain Kennedy leads Leafs to 1st of 3 straight Cups
  • The era of the Punch Line, Kraut Line and Pony Line
  • Debuts: Howe, Calder winner Meeker, NHL’s 60-game season
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  • Rick Barry leads Golden State to its only NBA title
  • Washington wins 60 with Unseld, Hayes and Chenier
  • McAdoo leads NBA in scoring (34.5), rebounding (14.1)
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  • Boston returns to power
  • New playoff teams in Buffalo, Detroit
  • Top scorers: B. McAdoo (30.6) … P. Maravich (27.7) … K. Abdul-Jabbar (27.0)
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  • Dr. J, Nets win their 1st titles
  • MVP Erving (27.4 ppg, 10.7 rpg) leads scorers
  • Top scorers: McGinnis (25.9), Issel (25.5), Gervin (23.4)
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  • Knicks upset Celtics and Lakers for title
  • Boston wins 68; Philadelphia is all-time worst: 9-73
  • Tiny comes up big: Archibald leads NBA in scoring, playmaking
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  • McGinnis, Indiana top Issel, Kentucky for title
  • MVP B. Cunningham: 24.1 ppg, 12.0 rpg
  • Top scorer J. Erving 31.9 … Top rebounder A. Gilmore: 17.6
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  • Domination: Lakers win 33 straight, record 69 overall and NBA title
  • By Any Name: Re-named Abdul-Jabbar #1 scorer, #3 rebounder for 63-win Bucks
  • Star Power: All-timers West, Havlicek, Frazier, Cowens, Archibald shine
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  • Hot-hot rookies: Erving, Gilmore, McGinnis, McDaniels
  • Rick Barry (31.5 ppg) , Dan Issel, Charlie Scott (34 ppg) star
  • Indiana whips New Jersey for the title; Kentucky wins 68 games
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  • Milwaukee, Alcindor and Big O win their 1st championships
  • Rookie class: Petrie, Lanier, Haywood, Murphy
  • 1st season for Cleveland, Portland and the Buffalo Braves
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  • Utah Stars win 57, then the title in ABA’s fourth season
  • Rookie Dan Issel leads league in scoring and Kentucky into finals
  • Top stars: Rick Barry, rookie Charlie Scott, Joe Caldwell, Mel Daniels, Zelmo Beatty
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  • Spell TEAM: K-N-I-C-K-S show how it’s done with first championship
  • Rookie Power: Alcindor, Dandridge lift Milwaukee to 56 wins, 2nd in East
  • Big E: Elvin Hayes leads in rebounds (16.9), 3rd in scoring (27.5)
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  • Pace Setters: Indiana wins 59 and its first ABA title
  • Mile High: Rookie Spencer Haywood puts Denver on the peak of the Western Division
  • Shooting Stars: Rick Barry (27.7 ppg), Bob Verga (27.5 ppg), Louie Dampier (26 ppg)
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  • Old Glory: 11th and last title for Bill Russell’s Celtic dynasty
  • Kids Rock: Rookies Wes Unseld (MVP) and Elvin Hayes (scoring title)
  • New Faces in Town: Traded Wilt and DeBusschere lead LA, NY to 50+ wins
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  • Mighty Oaks: With Barry, top rookie Armstrong, 60-18 Oakland towers in playoffs
  • Second Shot: New league steals NBA top scorer Rick Barry for its second season
  • Early ABA Stars: MVP Mel Daniels, Connie Hawkins, Louie Dampier and more
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  • Once a Dynasty: Russell’s Celtics topple 62-win Philly, then Lakers for another title
  • Greater than Great: MVP Chamberlain, Robertson, West, Baylor, Bing at their best
  • Rookie Raves: Earl Monroe, Walt Frazier, Jimmy Walker, Bill Bradley
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  • Pipers Lead the Way: Pittsburgh, scoring leader Connie Hawkins set the pace
  • First Will be Last: Inaugural season completes SOM’s run of ABA rosters
  • Shooting Stars: All 11 teams average at least 103 points; Daniels, Heyman, Moe star
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  • Sixers set record with 68 victories, win 1st championship
  • MVP Chamberlain wins 1st ring, but not the scoring title
  • Celtics win 60; first year for Chicago Bulls
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  • Hardway Eight: Though 2nd in East, Celtics capture eighth straight championship
  • Clash of the Titans: Fierce Russell-Chamberlain battles
  • Double-Double: Robertson, Lucas, Reed, Barry among 13 averaging a double-double
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  • Boston Proud: Sixth straight NBA title for Celtics
  • No Cigar: Chamberlains Warriors fall one point short in epic semis vs. Celtics
  • Mega Stars: Rookies DeBusschere, Reed join cavalcade of NBA greats at their best
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  • Celtic Thunder: Boston’s fifth straight NBA title
  • THE Rivals: Russell (top rebounder) vs. Chamberlain (top scorer) in finals
  • Greats Galore: Robertson, West, Baylor, Petit, Bellamy, many more.
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  • Boston Takes the Fifth:  Fifth straight NBA title for Celtics
  • Changing Places: Warriors wilt in SF, but Wilt does not
  • Rookie Stars: John Havlicek, Dave DeBusschere, Zelmo Beatty
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  • Celtic Sixty: Boston wins record 60 games, fourth straight NBA title
  • 100-in-One Chance: Wilt Chamberlain has 100-point game, 50.4 average
  • Triple Double: Oscar Robertson averages 30.8 ppg, 12.5 rpg, 11.4 apg
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  • San Antonio wins 4th title in 9 years
  • MVP: Dirk Nowitzki (24.6 ppg, 8.9 rpg) for 67-win Dallas
  • K. Bryant: 31.6 … C. Anthony: 28.9 ppg … G. Arenas: 28.4 ppg
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  • Miami wins 1st championship
  • Dallas in finals for first time … Detroit wins 64; San Antonio wins 63
  • K. Bryant: 35.4 ppg … A. Iverson: 33 ppg … L. James: 31.4 ppg
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  • San Antonio reclaims title in 7-game finals vs. defending champs
  • Nash & Dash: MVP leads run-and-gun Phoenix to NBA-best 62 wins
  • A. Iverson: 30.7 ppg … K. Bryant: 27.6 ppg … L. James: 27.2 ppg
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  • Ultimate team: Pistons win NBA crown
  • LA in finals, but loss brings on Shaq-Kobe divorce
  • MVP K. Garnett: 24.2 ppg, 13.9 rpg … Top rookie: LeBron James
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  • San Antonio wins title in David Robinson’s final season
  • Duncan is repeat MVP … New Jersey returns to finals
  • T. McGrady: 32.1 ppg … K. Bryant: 30 ppg … A. Iverson: 27.6 ppg.
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  • New dynasty begins in LA
  • Shaq-Kobe Lakers win 67, finals vs. Indiana
  • S. O’Neal: 29.7 ppg, 13.6 rpg … A. Iverson: 28.4 ppg … G. Hill: 25.8 ppg
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  • San Antonio’s 1st NBA title
  • Labor dispute/lockout shortens season to 50 games
  • A. Iverson: 26.8 ppg … S. O’Neal: 26.3 ppg … MVP K. Malone: 23.8 ppg
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  • Chicago wins 3rd straight crown
  • Jordan wins 5th MVP, 10th scoring title (28.7)
  • 62-win Utah in finals again; LA, Seattle win 61
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  • Chicago’s record 72 wins, fourth NBA title
  • Jordan is MVP, scoring leader (30.5 ppg) again
  • 1st season for Toronto, Vancouver
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  • Unique 6-sided die
  • Used to show
  • For Advanced / Super Advanced play
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  • Pre-printed score sheets
  • 100 sheets, printed both sides
  • For scorekeeping and stat-keeping
$5.50
  • Instructions describe how to play Strat-O-Matic Pro Basketball
  • Rules for Basic, Advanced, Super Advanced play
  • Handy reference charts for Super Advanced play
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