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Nationally televised games during Heritage Week:

Friday, Dec. 7
Chicago 98, Detroit 91
7 ET, ESPN

San Antonio 104, Utah 98
9:30 ET, ESPN

Sunday, Dec. 9
LA Lakers 123, Golden State 113
9:30 ET, NBA TV

Wednesday, Dec. 12
Houston 80, Detroit 77
8 ET, ESPN

Thursday, Dec. 13
Washington 104, Miami 91
8 ET, TNT

  • Heritage Week schedule
  • Race to the MVP: 1961-62
    At 48 points per game, it's easy to see why Philly's Wilt Chamberlain is atop Maurice Brooks' Race to the MVP for Dec. 7-13, 1961.
  • Double Fantasy: We imagine what it would be like if there were Fantasy Hoops in 1973-74.
  • This season, five NBA teams celebrate their past.

    L.A. Lakers: 60th Anniversary
    Detroit Pistons: 50 Seasons
    Milwaukee Bucks: 40th Anniv.
    Miami Heat: 20th Anniversary;
    Top 25 Players
    Chicago Bulls: A look back at Where History Happens
    Michael Jordan drops 55 on the Knicks at MSG.
    Watch as Eric "Sleepy" Floyd scored 29 points in the fourth quarter to give the Warriors a playoff win over the Lakers.
    Watch Isiah Thomas' game-winner against the Hawks.
    One of Vecsey's favorites
    Global Top Ten: 1990-91
    -- By Lauren Brill

    Power Rankings: 1969-70
    -- By John Schuhmann

    Heritage Week: Bob Pettit
    -- By John Hareas

    Blog Squad: George Mikan
    Rookie Rankings: 1984-85
    -- By Dave McMenamin
    Heritage Week: An Appreciation
    -- By Rob Peterson
    Encyclopedia: A New League
    -- By Leonard Koppett
    Historical Recaps: Then and Now
    Historical Player Search
    Official Release: Heritage Week

    Check out the Heritage Week collection at NBAStore.com including classic jerseys, jackets, shooting shirts and t-shirts.

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