NBA – 1987 – Finals Game 1 Celtics Vs Lakers PreGame Show – With Brent Musburger + Tom Heinsohn

Thanks to the 1984 trade of Gerald Henderson and the subsequent fall of the Seattle SuperSonics at the end of 1985–86….the Celtics were not only the best team in the NBA….but also owned the 2nd pick in the 1986 NBA Draft…..when they chose Maryland forward Len Bias with the pick….and had high hopes that the presence of the young star would ensure that…

NBA – 1987 – Finals Game 6 Lakers Vs Celtics At The Half – With Jerry West + Oscar Robertson

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar arrived for Game 6 with a shaved head and a determination to close out this series….but for a while it appeared like the Celtics would steal it….as Magic Johnson had only four points at the half….and Dennis Johnson poured in 18 for the Celtics on his way to a game-high 33 as Boston led 56 – 51 at…

NBA – 1987 – Finals Game 3 Lakers Vs Celtics At The Half – With Brent Musburger + Coach Frank Layden

The 1987 NBA Finals was the championship round of the National Basketball Association (NBA)’s 1986–87 season….and the culmination of the season’s playoffs…..as the Western Conference champion Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Eastern Conference and defending NBA champion Boston Celtics 4 games to 2. The key moment of the series was Magic Johnson’s junior sky hook in Game 4…..in an NBA final that was the 10th time that the Celtics and Lakers met in the NBA Finals….which…

NBA – 1987 – Finals Game 3 Lakers Vs Celtics PreGame Show – With Brent Musburger + Red Auerbach

The Celtics recovered from their two knockout blows in Games 1 and 2 with a counterpunch of their own…..as little-used backup center, Greg Kite, provided the spark…..after entering the game late in the first quarter when Robert Parish encountered foul trouble…..wherein he played 20 minutes….and although he failed to score….he grabbed nine rebounds….blocked a Magic Johnson layup….and did solid body…

NBA – 1987 – Pat OBrien At The Half – Playoffs 1st Round Finals Game 5 – With Bucks Vs 76’ers

This 1987 NBA Playoffs Round 1 final game between the Milwaukee Bucks verses the Philadelphia 76’ers marked the last professional basketball game for the incredible Dr. J….as his 76’ers would go down in defeat to the Milwaukee Bucks by a score of 102 – 89.  The 1986-87 NBA season was the 76ers 38th season in the NBA and 24th season…

NBA – 1987 – Finals Game 4 Lakers Vs Celtics At The Half – With Brent Musburger + NBA Star Dr J

This NBA on CBS At The Half program during Game 4 of the 1987 NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers verses the Boston Celtics feature legendary sportscaster Brent Musburger and the one and only Dr. J, Julius Erving, an basketball legend of the highest order…..as they discuss 1st half play….followed by their assessments for 2nd half…

NBA – 1987 – Finals Game 4 Lakers Vs Celtics PreGame Show – With Musburger + Stockton + Heinsohn

Thanks to the 1984 trade of Gerald Henderson and the subsequent fall of the Seattle SuperSonics, at the end of 1985–86 the Celtics were not only the best team in the NBA….but also owned the second pick in the 1986 NBA Draft…..when they chose Len Bias with the pick and had high hopes that the presence of the young Maryland Terrapins star would ensure…

NBA – 1987 – Finals Game 1 Celtics Vs Lakers PreGame Show – With Musburger + Stockton + Heinsohn

The rivalry between the Celtics and the Lakers was well established by the time that this CBS Sports pregame show of the 1987 NBA Finals Game 1 between the two came on air at 9 pm EDT on June 2, 1986. The Celtics–Lakers rivalry is a National Basketball Association (NBA) rivalry between the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers…..who are by far the…

NBA – 1987 – Finals Game 5 Celtics Vs Lakers PreGame Show – With Musburger + Stockton + Heinshon

The pregame show for the 1987 NBA Finals Game 5 between “serious rivals” Los Angeles Lakers verses the Boston Garden took place on June 11, 1987 at Boston Gardens before 14,890 fans….with the hosts of the“build-up to the game” being CBS Sports lead NBA broadcast team of Brent Musburger, Dick Stockton and Tom Heinsohn….so, we decided to…