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Here's to the Winners
An ocean away in Boston Garden, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar—set to retire after next season—was leading his L.A. Lakers to the NBA championship over the Celtics. Playing with an intensity seldom displayed in recent years, the 7'2" center won the series' Most Valuable Player Award and was the key to ending Boston's domination of the Lakers in championship play. (The Celtics have beaten the Lakers in the championship eight consecutive times since 1959.) "We finally broke through!" cried an exultant Abdul-Jabbar in the champagne-soaked locker room. "It was," he added, voicing a sentiment not limited just to Laker fans, "a historic moment."
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