Harter's '71 Penn team. Harter, the Pottstown native who became one of the NBA's most well-traveled and respected assistants, died Monday at The cause of death was cancer, said Penn athletic director Steve Bilsky, a cocaptain on that '71 team. Harter died at a hospital at Hilton Head, S. Harter's last two Penn teams went in the Ivy League, in the Big Five and won 51 of 52 regular-season games. He initiated a basketball renaissance there that, eight years after his departure, would culminate in the school's only Final Four appearance.
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Ex-NBA assistant Dick Harter dies
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The cause of death wasn't immediately released and funeral arrangements were pending. Harter was the Charlotte Hornets' first head coach. He was also an assistant with the Indiana Pacers three times before retiring in Carlesmo in Portland. Through more than half a century, the man respectfully referred to as a "sarge" by former Pacers president Donnie Walsh never lost the ability to connect with young players. And he loved college football, particularly Notre Dame. A rival coach once compared the Ducks' frenetic style under Harter to kamikaze pilots.
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Basketball coach Dick Harter dies at 81
Former Oregon basketball coach Dick Harter, right, who coached Oregon from , is honored as an honorary captain prior to an NCAA basketball game against Washington. March 4, Credit: AP. The cause of death wasn't immediately released, and funeral arrangements were pending. Harter was the Charlotte Hornets' first head coach.
The string of victories ended on a late-February night in at Mac Court against Washington. Kamikaze fever might never have burned hotter; on the heels of the point thrashing the Ducks administered at UCLA, ticket manager Herb Yamanaka said there was a 2,person waiting list for seats. What remains emblazoned on the mind is another in the cavalcade of head-shaking sideshows that attached themselves to the Harter era. Early in his tenure, the Ducks adopted an in-your-face routine minutes before tipoff. In a sort of psychological confrontation with opponents, half a dozen Oregon players would break from teammates warming up and stand a couple of feet from the mid-court line, arms folded, and stare like sentries at the opposition warmups.