Sport: Bucks in a Breeze

The Milwaukee Bucks have a problem: they just may be too good for their own good. Last week the Bucks won what could easily be the first of a string of National Basketball Association titles. Like the old New York Yankees, they so humbled their opposition that they robbed the championship of much of its interest. With 7-ft. 2-in. Buck Center Lew Alcindor dominating the last game like a keyhole colossus, Milwaukee beat the Baltimore Bullets 118-106 to sweep the finals in four straight games. It was one of the most lopsided final play-offs in N.B.A. record books.

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