Auburn’s Charles Barkley, right, leaped to block a shot by Alabama’s Buck Johnson during the 1983 Southeastern Conference Tournament in Birmingham. To promote men’s basketball in the conference, a sports marketing director suggested the league should tout its rich history, which includes stars like Barkley (Auburn), Dominique Wilkins (Georgia) and Shaquille O’Neal (LSU).
Auburn’s Charles Barkley, right, leaped to block a shot by Alabama’s Buck Johnson during the 1983 Southeastern Conference Tournament in Birmingham. To promote men’s basketball in the conference, a sports marketing director suggested the league should tout its rich history, which includes stars like Barkley (Auburn), Dominique Wilkins (Georgia) and Shaquille O’Neal (LSU). Anonymous AP
Auburn’s Charles Barkley, right, leaped to block a shot by Alabama’s Buck Johnson during the 1983 Southeastern Conference Tournament in Birmingham. To promote men’s basketball in the conference, a sports marketing director suggested the league should tout its rich history, which includes stars like Barkley (Auburn), Dominique Wilkins (Georgia) and Shaquille O’Neal (LSU). Anonymous AP

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