Deaths (Obituaries)

Harry Glickman, Who Brought Basketball to Oregon, Dies at 96

Harry Glickman, who founded the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association and was widely considered the father of professional sports in Oregon, died on Wednesday in Portland. He was 96. His death, at an assisted living center, was confirmed by his son, Marshall. Mr. Glickman held many titles for the Trail Blazers: executive …

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Heyward Dotson, 71, Dies; Lifted Columbia to Basketball Glory

Heyward Dotson, who helped lift Columbia University’s basketball team to its only Ivy League title, in 1968, and who later attended the University of Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship, died on May 1 in the Bronx. He was 71. His daughter, Kahlillah Dotson Mosley, said the cause was liver failure. Dotson was a hard-nosed, 6-foot-4 …

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