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July 10, 2010
A person familiar with the situation says Kyle Korver is following Carlos Boozer from Utah to Chicago after agreeing to sign with the Bulls. The person spoke Friday on the condition of anonymity because the contract was not finalized The deal is reportedly for three years and about $15 million. Korver is a career 41 percent 3-point shooter who hit 59 of 110 last season, a NBA-best 53.6 percent, while averaging 7.2 points. He came off the bench in all 52 games he played in '09-10.
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July 10, 2010
A person familiar with the situation says Kyle Korver is following Carlos Boozer from Utah to Chicago after agreeing to sign with the Bulls. The person spoke Friday on the condition of anonymity because the contract was not finalized The deal is reportedly for three years and about $15 million. Korver is a career 41 percent 3-point shooter who hit 59 of 110 last season, a NBA-best 53.6 percent, while averaging 7.2 points. He came off the bench in all 52 games he played in '09-10.
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By Sports Digest | March 16, 2010
Carlos Boozer scored 23 points, Deron Williams notched his 35th double-double of the season, and the host Utah Jazz ended a two-game losing streak with a 112-89 victory over the Washington Wizards on Monday night. Williams finished with 17 points and 11 assists, and sparked a 17-6 run at the start of the third quarter that turned the game into a rout. Andray Blatche scored 24 points and Mike Miller added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Wizards, who lost their eighth straight game.
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By Michael Lee and The Washington Post | March 28, 2010
When the Washington Wizards set a franchise record for futility in Charlotte on Friday night, coach Flip Saunders explained his team's recent struggles by stating succinctly, "We just don't have enough." But as they prepared to host the Utah Jazz at Verizon Center on Saturday, the undermanned and overmatched Wizards realized that they were going to have a little less. Randy Foye was forced to finally rest his sore left wrist, which had been bothering him for nearly a month and contributed to his losing his starting point guard job to Shaun Livingston.
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By Michael Lee and The Washington Post | March 28, 2010
When the Washington Wizards set a franchise record for futility in Charlotte on Friday night, coach Flip Saunders explained his team's recent struggles by stating succinctly, "We just don't have enough." But as they prepared to host the Utah Jazz at Verizon Center on Saturday, the undermanned and overmatched Wizards realized that they were going to have a little less. Randy Foye was forced to finally rest his sore left wrist, which had been bothering him for nearly a month and contributed to his losing his starting point guard job to Shaun Livingston.
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By Christian Ewell, Paul McMullen and Gary Lambrecht and Christian Ewell, Paul McMullen and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 1, 2001
MINNEAPOLIS - While Duke's Jason Williams and Shane Battier did their usual damage to Maryland, Carlos Boozer also played a role in the 33-point turnaround that sent the Blue Devils to tomorrow night's NCAA championship game. Boozer, who sat out several weeks before the tournament because of a broken foot, came off the bench to score 19 points last night. Thirteen of those came in the second half, when Duke was whittling down what had been a 22-point Maryland lead with seven minutes left in the first half.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | November 20, 2003
WASHINGTON - Rest assured that getting into traffic accidents is not the recommended method for pre-game preparation, but if the Washington Wizards can get the kind of play out of Etan Thomas that they did last night after his accident, they might get him a demolition derby car. Thomas was involved in a slight accident on the way to MCI Center, then wrecked the Cleveland Cavaliers with a career-high 18 points and 10 rebounds off the bench, pacing the...
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By Ken Murray | March 21, 2002
South semifinals No. 1 Duke (31-3) vs. No. 5 Indiana (22-11) Site: Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Time: 7:38 tonight Conference records: Duke finished second in the Atlantic Coast Conference at 13-3 and won the ACC tournament title. Indiana finished in a four-way tie for the Big Ten regular-season title at 11-5 and lost in the conference tournament semifinals. Coaches: Mike Krzyzewski is 564-167 in 22 seasons at Duke, and 637-226 in 27 seasons overall. Mike Davis is 43-24 in two years at Indiana after replacing Bob Knight.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | April 3, 2001
MINNEAPOLIS - After six months, the truth finally hit home for players on the Arizona men's basketball team last night. They weren't No. 1. Duke didn't need a catastrophe from Arizona to win the school's third national championship in the past 11 seasons. The Wildcats got open shots. In most cases, they defended well, took care of the ball and got plenty of rebounds, both offensive and defensive. They even got a big game from center Loren Woods. Still, it was No. 2 for the Wildcats, who really didn't seem to mind a whole lot. Two of their best players - Woods and Richard Jefferson - were suspended.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | February 28, 2001
DURHAM, N.C. - The Maryland Terrapins shook off a monthlong demon, stared down the storied Duke Blue Devils and made themselves look like national championship contenders, all in one amazing, 30-minute stretch of basketball. Last night, before another hostile, sellout crowd at Cameron Indoor Stadium, No. 16 Maryland continued its late February turnaround by running second-ranked Duke out of its own house and pulling away to a 91-80 victory. Led by Juan Dixon's 28 points and five steals, Maryland used its glaring depth and took advantage of cold shooting by the Blue Devils and a foot injury to Duke center Carlos Boozer - who missed the game's final 10 minutes with a possible fracture in his right foot - to put together a 41-20 run that stretched over the final 15 minutes.
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By Sports Digest | March 16, 2010
Carlos Boozer scored 23 points, Deron Williams notched his 35th double-double of the season, and the host Utah Jazz ended a two-game losing streak with a 112-89 victory over the Washington Wizards on Monday night. Williams finished with 17 points and 11 assists, and sparked a 17-6 run at the start of the third quarter that turned the game into a rout. Andray Blatche scored 24 points and Mike Miller added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Wizards, who lost their eighth straight game.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | November 20, 2003
WASHINGTON - Rest assured that getting into traffic accidents is not the recommended method for pre-game preparation, but if the Washington Wizards can get the kind of play out of Etan Thomas that they did last night after his accident, they might get him a demolition derby car. Thomas was involved in a slight accident on the way to MCI Center, then wrecked the Cleveland Cavaliers with a career-high 18 points and 10 rebounds off the bench, pacing the...
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By Ken Murray | March 21, 2002
South semifinals No. 1 Duke (31-3) vs. No. 5 Indiana (22-11) Site: Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Time: 7:38 tonight Conference records: Duke finished second in the Atlantic Coast Conference at 13-3 and won the ACC tournament title. Indiana finished in a four-way tie for the Big Ten regular-season title at 11-5 and lost in the conference tournament semifinals. Coaches: Mike Krzyzewski is 564-167 in 22 seasons at Duke, and 637-226 in 27 seasons overall. Mike Davis is 43-24 in two years at Indiana after replacing Bob Knight.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | April 3, 2001
MINNEAPOLIS - After six months, the truth finally hit home for players on the Arizona men's basketball team last night. They weren't No. 1. Duke didn't need a catastrophe from Arizona to win the school's third national championship in the past 11 seasons. The Wildcats got open shots. In most cases, they defended well, took care of the ball and got plenty of rebounds, both offensive and defensive. They even got a big game from center Loren Woods. Still, it was No. 2 for the Wildcats, who really didn't seem to mind a whole lot. Two of their best players - Woods and Richard Jefferson - were suspended.
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By Christian Ewell, Paul McMullen and Gary Lambrecht and Christian Ewell, Paul McMullen and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 1, 2001
MINNEAPOLIS - While Duke's Jason Williams and Shane Battier did their usual damage to Maryland, Carlos Boozer also played a role in the 33-point turnaround that sent the Blue Devils to tomorrow night's NCAA championship game. Boozer, who sat out several weeks before the tournament because of a broken foot, came off the bench to score 19 points last night. Thirteen of those came in the second half, when Duke was whittling down what had been a 22-point Maryland lead with seven minutes left in the first half.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 9, 2001
ATLANTA - The last time the men's basketball team at Maryland won the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, its players were little boys and Gary Williams was making a name for himself as the coach at Boston College. One year removed from its first trip to the ACC final since that last tournament championship in 1984, the 11th-ranked Terps appear poised to make some history. Maryland is the third seed behind North Carolina and Duke, but the Terps have become the fashionable pick to clean up at the Georgia Dome and take home a trophy.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 9, 2001
ATLANTA - The last time the men's basketball team at Maryland won the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, its players were little boys and Gary Williams was making a name for himself as the coach at Boston College. One year removed from its first trip to the ACC final since that last tournament championship in 1984, the 11th-ranked Terps appear poised to make some history. Maryland is the third seed behind North Carolina and Duke, but the Terps have become the fashionable pick to clean up at the Georgia Dome and take home a trophy.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | February 28, 2001
DURHAM, N.C. - The Maryland Terrapins shook off a monthlong demon, stared down the storied Duke Blue Devils and made themselves look like national championship contenders, all in one amazing, 30-minute stretch of basketball. Last night, before another hostile, sellout crowd at Cameron Indoor Stadium, No. 16 Maryland continued its late February turnaround by running second-ranked Duke out of its own house and pulling away to a 91-80 victory. Led by Juan Dixon's 28 points and five steals, Maryland used its glaring depth and took advantage of cold shooting by the Blue Devils and a foot injury to Duke center Carlos Boozer - who missed the game's final 10 minutes with a possible fracture in his right foot - to put together a 41-20 run that stretched over the final 15 minutes.
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