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That was the first and only time during Wilt's career at Kansas that the team was faced with racial problems. There weren't any incidents Page 23 that I recall as we traveled throughout the Big 8 Conference. During Chamberlain's two years at Kansas we didn't play any games in the South, except for those two tournament games in Dallas. As was expected, the Jayhawks escaped Dallas by crushing the Oklahoma City team, 81-61, to earn a berth in the Final Four at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City. With that trip to the Final Four, Kansas became the first team in NCAA history to reach the finals four times (1940, 1952, 1953 and 1957).
All I had to do was give one of them the ball for an easy layup and a two-point lead. For whatever reason, I tried to take the ball the whole way, mistimed my jump and blew the shot. Howie Williams from Peoria got the ball off the outlet pass, launched a shot from midcourt, it went in and they beat us by two points. That win made their coach, Warren Womble, the Olympic team's head coach and Phog the assistant. Had we won that game Phog would have been the head coach. We had that chance within reach, but for some reason I felt that I could be the hero.
Since 1986, I have formed warm and treasured memories from the absurd of the dunking exhibition by Andre "The Creator" Wiley of Oklahoma, who jumped over folding chairs during the Friday practice of the 1988 Final Four, to the poignancy of seeing John Wooden on hand in Seattle in 1995 to see the UCLA Bruins win their first championship since he had retired. The one moment I never let go of comes each year at the end of the broadcast. Along with my esteemed partner and wonderful friend, Billy Packer, I stand at midcourt, absorbing the wide range of emotions.