1969-70 Basketball Windows Season
- 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)
Savvy veterans Willis Reed, Walt Frazier, Dave Debusschere, Bill Bradley and a deep bench led New York to 60 wins and the NBA title, finishing it off in a seven-game victory over scoring leader Jerry West’s veteran Los Angeles Lakers. Otherwise, it was youth-be-served in a more exciting NBA. Rookie Lew Alcindor came out of UCLA, was second in the league in scoring (28.8 ppg) and third in rebounding (14.5 rpg) and joined with fellow rookie Bobby Dandridge to elevated the Milwaukee Bucks from last place to second in the highly competitive Eastern Division. Rookie Connie Hawkins (24.6 ppg) was the NBA’s sixth-best scorer. Second-year men Elvin Hayes of San Diego (16.9 rpg) and Wes Unseld of Baltimore (16.7 rpg) were 1-2 in rebounding and Hayes (27.5 ppg) was third in scoring.
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