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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | April 29, 1997
LORAIN, Ohio -- On warm summer nights in the late 1960s, Brad Daugherty would run outside to watch his dad and uncle race their hot rods down the street in Black Mountain, N.C.The power of the engines and the squeal of the tires echoing through his hometown in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains left a lifelong impression on Daugherty."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | April 29, 1997
LORAIN, Ohio -- On warm summer nights in the late 1960s, Brad Daugherty would run outside to watch his dad and uncle race their hot rods down the street in Black Mountain, N.C.The power of the engines and the squeal of the tires echoing through his hometown in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains left a lifelong impression on Daugherty."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | April 29, 1997
LORAIN, Ohio -- Brad Daugherty used to make his living pounding against 300-pound centers in the NBA. Off the court, his wife knows a much gentler man.Daugherty met Heidi at a restaurant in Ormond Beach, Fla. She was a college student working as a waitress on the breakfast shift when Daugherty walked in, covered in grease after having just worked on his friend's race car.Even so, she thought he was perfect at first sight. Later, she found out he told his racing pals, "She's cuter than a speckled pup."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | April 29, 1997
LORAIN, Ohio -- Brad Daugherty used to make his living pounding against 300-pound centers in the NBA. Off the court, his wife knows a much gentler man.Daugherty met Heidi at a restaurant in Ormond Beach, Fla. She was a college student working as a waitress on the breakfast shift when Daugherty walked in, covered in grease after having just worked on his friend's race car.Even so, she thought he was perfect at first sight. Later, she found out he told his racing pals, "She's cuter than a speckled pup."
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March 7, 1994
Cleveland Cavaliers -- Placed C Brad Daugherty (back) on the injured list. Activated F Larry Nance.CollegesMEAC -- Named Coppin State F Stephen Stewart, G Sidney Goodman and G Keith Carmichael first-team all-conference. Named Coppin State's Fang Mitchell Coach of the Year for the fourth time in five years. Named Coppin State F-C Rene Doctor second-team all-conference. Named G-F Monica Benson honorable-mention all-conference and G Scherry Cofield and G Stephanie Ready second-team all-rookie.
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By Sandra McKee | April 2, 1991
VS. CLEVELAND CAVALIERS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: Home Team Sports; WTOP-AM 1500.* OUTLOOK: The Bullets (26-45) have lost three in a row, including a 102-92 setback to Charlotte Sunday, and any combination of New York Knicks wins and Bullets losses totaling two will officially eliminate Washington from postseason play.The Cavaliers (25-46), who also have lost three straight, will be without leading scorer Brad Daugherty (sprained right foot). The Bullets again will be without leading scorer Bernard King (back strain)
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By Burt Graeff and Burt Graeff,Special to The Sun | December 8, 1991
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- The Washington Bullets' losing streak is at five, but there are no complaints from coach Wes Unseld.The Bullets (6-14) dropped a 99-97 decision last night to the Cleveland Cavaliers (11-6), when reserve guard Steve Kerr hit a fall-away 14-foot jump shot with 0.6 seconds left.Michael Adams' 30-footer at the buzzer hit the backboard, but missed.Kerr's shot was taken over Adams, who momentarily was deterred by a John (Hot Rod) Williams back-pick."Michael did about all he could do in that case," said Unseld.
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By Steve Love and Steve Love,Knight-Ridder | May 28, 1992
CHICAGO -- Marshmallows and cream puffs seem a million years ago.It's fists and forearms now.The Eastern Conference finals have degenerated into a battle no one expected between two teams better known for their basketball than for their imitation of the World Wrestling Federation.Yet here we are, and if the Cavaliers can come back from the 3-2 deficit they face as a result of last night's 112-89 drubbing in Chicago Stadium something beautiful can come from something ugly.And that's what it was -- ugly.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | November 25, 1993
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- Even though they had won five straight home games against the Washington Bullets going into last night, the Cleveland Cavaliers were a team ready to be had.Cleveland had lost two straight at the end of a six-game road trip, while the Bullets were coming off a big win over the Charlotte Hornets.Still, Cleveland's home-court dominance over the Bullets continued last night as Mark Price scored 28 points to lead five players in double figures in a 113-107 win before a crowd of 16,599 at the Richfield Coliseum.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Evening Sun Staff | January 10, 1992
LANDOVER -- As Dick Vitale might say, "The Washington Bullets just aren't ready for prime time."Last night, they put on a dazzling display of basketball for 15 minutes, running off 17 straight points to grab a 40-23 lead. But that was hardly enough to finish off a title contender such as the Cleveland Cavaliers, who regrouped and rolled to their 10th straight victory, 99-92, before a Capital Centre crowd of 7,441.After blowing their big lead, the Bullets (12-21) fought back from a 10-point deficit early in the fourth quarter to close to 89-88 with four minutes remaining.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | June 27, 1996
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- When the Philadelphia 76ers last had the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft a decade ago, they dealt the pick in what turned out to be one of the worst blunders in franchise history. There were no deals last night, as the team addressed its strong need for a point guard.And that point guard turned out to be Allen Iverson, who became the first point guard selected with the top pick since the Los Angeles Lakers took Magic Johnson in 1979. The Sixers did so after fielding some offers for the pick, including one in which the Washington Bullets offered a package that included Philadelphia native Rasheed Wallace.
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March 7, 1994
Cleveland Cavaliers -- Placed C Brad Daugherty (back) on the injured list. Activated F Larry Nance.CollegesMEAC -- Named Coppin State F Stephen Stewart, G Sidney Goodman and G Keith Carmichael first-team all-conference. Named Coppin State's Fang Mitchell Coach of the Year for the fourth time in five years. Named Coppin State F-C Rene Doctor second-team all-conference. Named G-F Monica Benson honorable-mention all-conference and G Scherry Cofield and G Stephanie Ready second-team all-rookie.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | November 25, 1993
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- Even though they had won five straight home games against the Washington Bullets going into last night, the Cleveland Cavaliers were a team ready to be had.Cleveland had lost two straight at the end of a six-game road trip, while the Bullets were coming off a big win over the Charlotte Hornets.Still, Cleveland's home-court dominance over the Bullets continued last night as Mark Price scored 28 points to lead five players in double figures in a 113-107 win before a crowd of 16,599 at the Richfield Coliseum.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | December 22, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Washington Bullets have been desperately searching for a go-to guy this season.They found him last night in Rex Chapman, who ended a puzzling slump to score a career-high 37 points on 16-of-20 shooting, including five of six from three-point range.Three of Chapman's bombs came in overtime, but somehow that wasn't enough as the Cleveland Cavaliers won the Capital Centre shootout, 111-107, hitting all seven of their shots in the extra session.It added up to a seventh straight loss for the Bullets (7-17)
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By Steve Love and Steve Love,Knight-Ridder | May 28, 1992
CHICAGO -- Marshmallows and cream puffs seem a million years ago.It's fists and forearms now.The Eastern Conference finals have degenerated into a battle no one expected between two teams better known for their basketball than for their imitation of the World Wrestling Federation.Yet here we are, and if the Cavaliers can come back from the 3-2 deficit they face as a result of last night's 112-89 drubbing in Chicago Stadium something beautiful can come from something ugly.And that's what it was -- ugly.
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By Bob Ryan and Bob Ryan,Boston Globe | May 14, 1992
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- Understand, oh Boston Celtic fan, that with three or four strategically placed defensive rebounds last Friday night in Game 3, the Cleveland Cavaliers would already have wrapped up this series.Face it: The Celtics can't stop Cleveland from scoring. In the last three games, the Cavaliers have shot 57 percent, 54 percent and 56 percent from the field. Go back to Game 2 and we can throw in a 52 percent. The Celtics had built themselves a nice little reputation as a defensive team, but now that we're in the playoffs, Cleveland is embarrassing them with coldly efficient offense.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | December 22, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Washington Bullets have been desperately searching for a go-to guy this season.They found him last night in Rex Chapman, who ended a puzzling slump to score a career-high 37 points on 16-of-20 shooting, including five of six from three-point range.Three of Chapman's bombs came in overtime, but somehow that wasn't enough as the Cleveland Cavaliers won the Capital Centre shootout, 111-107, hitting all seven of their shots in the extra session.It added up to a seventh straight loss for the Bullets (7-17)
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | April 3, 1991
LANDOVER -- The injury-depleted Cleveland Cavaliers suffered without a field goal for close to eight minutes and missed their first 15 shots in the final quarter, but Washington Bullets coach Wes Unseld was not taking any bows for his team's 101-82 victory that ended a three-game losing streak."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Evening Sun Staff | January 10, 1992
LANDOVER -- As Dick Vitale might say, "The Washington Bullets just aren't ready for prime time."Last night, they put on a dazzling display of basketball for 15 minutes, running off 17 straight points to grab a 40-23 lead. But that was hardly enough to finish off a title contender such as the Cleveland Cavaliers, who regrouped and rolled to their 10th straight victory, 99-92, before a Capital Centre crowd of 7,441.After blowing their big lead, the Bullets (12-21) fought back from a 10-point deficit early in the fourth quarter to close to 89-88 with four minutes remaining.
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By Burt Graeff and Burt Graeff,Special to The Sun | December 8, 1991
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- The Washington Bullets' losing streak is at five, but there are no complaints from coach Wes Unseld.The Bullets (6-14) dropped a 99-97 decision last night to the Cleveland Cavaliers (11-6), when reserve guard Steve Kerr hit a fall-away 14-foot jump shot with 0.6 seconds left.Michael Adams' 30-footer at the buzzer hit the backboard, but missed.Kerr's shot was taken over Adams, who momentarily was deterred by a John (Hot Rod) Williams back-pick."Michael did about all he could do in that case," said Unseld.
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