Notable

March 25, 1998

Bucks: A Milwaukee fan missed a shot from three-quarters court for $1 million. He also missed from half court for $100,000, a three-pointer for $10,000, a free throw for $1,000 and a layup for $100. Already without their three best players in Glenn Robinson (leg), Terrell Brandon (ankle) and Tyrone Hill (back), Milwaukee lost forward Michael Curry to a sprained right ankle midway through the second quarter.

Rockets: Houston did not take Clyde Drexler (groin) or Charles Barkley (shoulder) on the trip.

Hawks: Point guard Mookie Blaylock, who had missed three games while undergoing hospital tests for anemia, was cleared to play by three cardiologists yesterday. He did not start, but had 11 points, three assists and four steals in 34 minutes. Atlanta has sold 52,900 tickets for Friday's game against Chicago for what may be Michael Jordan's final regular-season game in the city.

Pub Date: 3/25/98

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