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Lehigh Valley Flashback April 3: In 1966, future Hall of Famer Calvin Murphy scores 62 in game at Whitehall

A look back at Lehigh Valley sports stories over the years from April 3. 2006: Parkland coach Patti Heffner, who led the Trojans to a school-record 31 wins and the PIAA Class 4A girls basketball championship, is named the Class 4A coach of the year by the Associated Press. Freedom coach Kim Mikulski, whose team beat Parkland in the District 11 final, finishes second in the voting. Also, ...
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Rockets legend Calvin Murphy caught on hot mic dissing James Harden

James Harden may be staying with the Houston Rockets for now, but that does not mean that he is back in everyone’s good graces just yet. The Rockets fell to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday by the final score of 114-107. After the game, franchise legend Calvin Murphy, who is now an analyst for the team, discussed Harden’s performance. After the segment was over and the broadcast cut away from the studio, Murphy dissed Harden, unaware that his mic was still on.
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Rockets analyst Calvin Murphy caught on hot mic criticizing James Harden before cut to commercial

Rockets analyst Calvin Murphy unintentionally told everyone how he really felt after Houston's 114-107 loss to Indiana on Wednesday night. The Hall of Famer offered some harsh criticism of Rockets star James Harden, who had 15 points (5-of-14 shooting), 12 assists and four rebounds against the Pacers. During the AT&T SportsNet Southwest postgame show, Murphy initially put on kid gloves, noting that Harden did make up for a poor scoring night with his playmaking.