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Lunch with Basketball Reporter Peter Vecsey in NYC

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Enjoy lunch for 2 in New York City with sports columnist and former basketball reporter Peter Vecsey in New York City.

Vecsey's writing/reporting career began in ernest covering the ABA (Nets) almost from its 1967 inception. He became the Knicks' beat writer a month into the '73-74 season. Prior to the '71 season, Vecsey organized a summer team to play in Harlem's famed Rucker Tournament. He coached and played. His teams—Julius Erving, Charlie Scott, Billy Paultz, Bob McIntyre, Dave Brownbill, Ollie Taylor, Joe DePre, Bob Love, Larry Kenon, Manny Leaks, Mike Riordan, Kenny Charles, Earl Foreman, Walt Szczerbiak, Tom Chapin, Bob Leckie, Clyde Bradshaw, Louis Orr, Sam Worthen, Bobby Willis, Pat Cummings—captured four titles in six summers.

Vecsey is most proud of branding Bird 'Larry Legend' and Michael 'Air Jordan'...and gets little credit for either....just as Hubie Brown gets no credit for stamping him 'The Viper.

Photo courtesy of Getty Images.

Donated by: Peter Vecsey
Additional lot details
  • Expires 1 year from the close of auction.
  • Valid for 1 person.
  • Approximate duration: 45 minutes
  • This is a private meet and greet.
  • The cost of the meal is included.
  • Experience cannot be resold or re-auctioned.
  • Cannot be transferred.
  • Travel and accommodations are not included.
  • We expect all winning bidders and their guests to conduct themselves appropriately when attending an experience won at Charitybuzz. Polite manners and respect for the generous donor and adherence to any rules or parameters are a must.
  • To be scheduled at a mutually agreed upon date, based on the donor's availability.
Lot #1230001
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