Julius Erving

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Noun1.Julius Erving - United States basketball forward (born in 1950)
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Roger Clemens and Larry Bird did it in Boston in 1986, and Mike Schmidt and Julius Erving were the toast of Philadelphia in 1981.
Thompson was a finalist, along with Julius Erving, in the first ever slam dunk contestin 1976 while Brown won the competition back in 1991 with a creative no-look slam.
76ers: Some of the loudest cheers came before the game when Hall of Famer Julius Erving rang the ceremonial bell.
6 Bill Russell, with special mention to Stan "the Man" Musial and Julius Erving, basketball's "Dr.
He coached Julius Erving to an ABA title in 1974 and was general manager of the Chicago Bulls when they selected Michael Jordan in '84.
(NYSE: GTT), the global cloud networking provider to multinational clients, has announced that legendary professional basketball player, Julius Erving, has been elected to the GTT board of directors, the company said.
NBA Hall of Famers like Julius Erving, George Gervin, Gary Payton, Rick Barry and Clyde Drexler will coach the players during the season.
Brooks was a finalist for the Wooden Award given to the top player in the nation as well as the Julius Erving Award for the top small forward.
Where the feats of some other stars, such as Connie Hawkins and Julius Erving, were often the stuff of schoolyard rumor, Baylors best efforts took place on some of basketball's largest platforms: he had his 71-point performance in Madison Square Garden, and his 61-point, 25-rebound masterpiece in the 1961 NBA Finals in the hallowed Boston Garden.
But O'Neal threw another player into the mix when he said 1970s and 1980s superstar Julius Erving AKA Dr.
Special guests and presenters include Mara Brock Akil, Anthony Anderson, Diahann Carroll, Lee Daniels, Julius Erving, Gwen Ifill, Wynton Marsalis, Phylicia Rashad, Michael Strahan, Cicely Tyson, Larry Wilmore, and co-chair Oprah Winfrey.