1980 NBA Finals

1980 NBA Finals

1980 NBA Finals vs. Lakers. 1979 Finals 1981 Finals. League Champion: Los Angeles Lakers. Finals MVP: Magic Johnson / 11.2 / 1980 Playoff.
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Magic Johnson was the man in the middle for the Lakers in every way for Game 6 of the 1980 Finals. Jim Cummins/NBAE/Getty Images.

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POKER RULES 5 CARD DRAW WHAT BEATS WHAT IN 5 Darell Garretson and Ed T. After he returned, the Lakers were never able to completely jell. And he still got the field goal! Portland Trail 1980 NBA Finals vs. He winked to coach Paul Westhead and then playfully announced to his teammates: "Never fear, E. Joe Gushue and Jake O'Donnell. Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page.
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5DIMES CLASSIC Abdul-Jabbar then limped back onto the floor. The chemistry between the three was evident early on, as the Lakers eliminated the Phoenix Suns and defending champions Seattle SuperSonics in a pair of five-game playoff series to advance to the NBA Finals. A Member of the. Brent MusburgerRod Hundleyand Bill Russell. Darell Garretson and Ed T.
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Retrieved from " shuttleworthforcongress.org? This was also the first NBA Finals to make use of the three-point line , which debuted that season. Upon boarding the flight from Los Angeles to Philadelphia, he took Abdul-Jabbar's usual seat in the first row, winked at coach Paul Westhead and announced to the other Lakers, "Never fear, E. Mitch Kupchak General Manager. And we have yet another Magic piece from another great writer. Garnett has many options to pursue for post-career act. He winked to coach Paul Westhead and then playfully announced to his teammates: "Never fear, E.