The Dr. Is In
1974 New York Nets ABA Championship Ring Presented to Team Owner Roy Boe
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The 1974 New York Nets squad embodied what the American Basketball Association was all about. The league's premiere player Julius “Dr. J” Erving, center Billy Paultz and rookies Larry Kenon and John Williamson put on dazzling shows in arenas around the country. Their irreverent run and gun, above the rim athletic style of play would later come to define the NBA. But more than swagger and showmanship, the team was a winner. After finishing 55-29 during the regular season, they breezed to capture their first ABA tile by steamrolling the Utah Stars in five games. This ring was received by the Nets owner Roe Boe himself in honor of the 1974 ABA Championship.