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Julius Erving has a new autobiography on the shelves and it is chalked full of revealing tidbits and nuggets like the one Richard Johnson of the New York Post noted.
In the autobiography entitled "Dr. J," the Philadelphia 76ers legend attributes the conception of daughter and tennis player Alexandra Stephenson to some hazardous dental wear.
“She becomes someone...
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Retired NBA legend Julius Erving, a.k.a. Dr. J, made a video earlier this week proving that he can still dunk at the young age of 63 years old. Dr. J may not be young enough to play in the NBA anymore, but he is still in great shape.
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We recently posted a video of the magnificent Michael Jordan dunking at the ripe old age of 50.
Not to be outdone, another NBA great Julius Erving (a.k.a. Dr J) put together a video of him dunking at 63-years-old.
The good doctor does not quite get up there like he used to but he has officially served notice to the AARP set.
The trademark scowl still remains.
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This article ran originally on Philly.com on Monday, May 10, prior to the initial airing of the documentary. Check out the original article here. --Julius “Dr. J” Erving is the latest next subject in the award-winning NBA TV Originals series. "The Doctor," a 90-minute documentary, had its first airing Monday night, between Games 2 and 3 of the NBA Finals. Many...
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Julius "Dr. J" Erving is still so smooth that he can throw down dunks even at 63 years old. Check out the video proof.
The Andrew Bynum experiment has failed miserable in Philadelphia so far, and as the center becomes a free agent this summer, the Philadelphia 76ers must figure out what to do in regards to re-signing the piece they traded so much to attain. Legendary Sixer, Julius Erving, weighs in. “But I think if he’s not here you are going to free up a lot of money and money talks in the NBA...
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I’m not a real doctor T… Did someone call a Doctor? Entertainment Weekly reports that ‘The Office’ has cast a big sports name for its final season. Famed Philadelphia 76er and Basketball Hall of Famer Julius “Dr. J” Erving will appear in the show’s final season, for an episode airing January 17. For me, this is appointment television. Looks like Julius still has some...
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Julius Erving has returned to the Philadelphia 76ers as a strategic adviser.
The Sixers made the announcement Friday at halftime of Game 3 of their playoff series against Chicago. Erving's deal runs through 2015 and he will be available to the franchise on an as-needed basis.
He will counsel CEO Adam Aron and managing owner Joshua Harris. Erving will also take on a larger role...
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May 04, 2012