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Good morning --Don Nelson -- Are you bringing back Tim Hardaway, Chris Mullin and Mitch Richmond?
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By Lowell Cohn and Lowell Cohn,San Francisco Chronicle | November 3, 1991
An older, wiser Chris Mullin was sitting in front of his locker the other day at the Oakland Coliseum Arena, talking about his life and times.A few years ago, Chris Mullin wouldn't have entered into such a discussion, because he didn't know himself well, and what he knew he didn't necessarily like.He's engaged to be married, he was saying as he munched on a sandwich. He recently got engaged to a friend from St. John's named Liz, and he also bought a home in the San Francisco Bay Area. This perpetual New Yorker is putting down California roots.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2005
With the 20th anniversary of Villanova's NCAA title upset of Georgetown approaching, two things stick out that are relevant to this week's Sweet 16 matchups. One is that unexpected victories like the one the Wildcats pulled off no longer have the David vs. Goliath effect that they did in 1985. It's almost expected that lightly regarded teams like North Carolina State and Wisconsin-Milwaukee - seeded 10th and 12th in their respective brackets - should find themselves four wins away from a national championship.
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By Milton Kent | November 27, 1990
VS. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: HTS; WTOP-AM 1500.* OUTLOOK: The Bullets (3-8) have the worst record in the Eastern Conference, even though Bernard King continues to shoot at a torrid pace and is tied with San Antonio's David Robinson for the NBA scoring lead (30.2 average). King was expected to get some help with the activation of Ledell Eackles, but coach Wes Unseld delayed that move after Eackles, complaining of the flu, missed a two-a-day workout Sunday.
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March 18, 2000
Auto racing CART: Named Hal Whiteford president of racing. Baseball Angels: Released IF Archi Cianfrocco and IF Carlos Garcia. Blue Jays: Optioned OF Andy Thompson and 1B Kevin Witt to Triple-A Syracuse. Re-assigned C Mark Dalesandro to minor-league camp. Cubs: Optioned P Brian McNichol to Triple-A Iowa. Returned OF Corey Patterson and C Angelo Encarnacion to minor-league camp. Diamondbacks: Signed IF Craig Counsell to minor-league contract. Expos: Returned P Marty McLeary to Red Sox for cash.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 10, 1991
LANDOVER -- Golden State Warriors coach Don Nelson made a big issue of giving rookies Billy Owens and Victor Alexander their first start, but it was All-NBA forward Chris Mullin and sixth man Sarunas Marciulionis who burned the Washington Bullets XTC last night by combining for 67 points in a 127-119 victory.Mullin led the way with 38, but Marciulionis proved unstoppable in the fourth quarter, as he scored 11 of his 29 points, consistently beating a slower Ledell Eackles for layups.The game was tied at 105 when Mullin and Marciulionis accounted for 11 of the Warriors' next 13 points for a 118-113 lead, and they were never headed in boosting their record to 5-1.It was the third straight loss for the Bullets, who opened with two victories after going through a winless preseason.
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By Ric Bucher and Ric Bucher,Knight-Ridder News Service | December 21, 1994
PHOENIX -- Nearly five weeks have passed since the Golden State Warriors traded Chris Webber, a major piece in their potential championship puzzle, to the Washington Bullets.Webber, who will face his former teammates for the first time tomorrow, seems just as angry and disillusioned as when he left the San Francisco Bay area."My biggest regret," Webber said Monday, "is that it didn't work out the way it should have. I regret that they didn't keep the team together, because we were a championship team.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | January 12, 1996
It's bad enough that the Phoenix Suns are playing so poorly, losing four straight games and five in their past seven. But the teams they are losing to don't make the future brighter for coach Paul Westphal.Over the past week, the Suns have lost twice to the Los Angeles Clippers and once at home to Minnesota -- the Timberwolves' first win in Phoenix after 25 straight losses. The Suns were 13-17 going into last night's game against the Golden State Warriors, and going nowhere fast."It sounds crazy, but so many people are turning against us, that only makes it twice as much fun to turn it around," Westphal said.
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March 15, 1996
BaseballOrioles: Optioned P Brian Sackinsky, IF Brad Tyler and IF Scott McClain to Triple-A Rochester. Optioned P Billy Percibal to Double-A Bowie. Reassigned OF Jarvis Brown, OF Greg Blosser, P Rocky Coppinger and P Jim Dedrick to minor-league camp.Blue Jays: Claimed P Roberto Duran off waivers from Dodgers. Optioned IF D. J. Boston to Triple-A Syracuse. Optioned IF Tom Evans and OF Angel Ramirez to Double-A Knoxville. Optioned P Mark Sievert and P Mike Gordan to Single-A Dunedin.Cardinals: Added P Brian Carpenter, P Cory Corrigan, C Mike Difelice, IF Chris Wimmer, IF Joe Aversa, IF Ron Warner, IF/OF Dan Howitt and IF/OF Joe McEwing to roster.
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March 18, 2000
Auto racing CART: Named Hal Whiteford president of racing. Baseball Angels: Released IF Archi Cianfrocco and IF Carlos Garcia. Blue Jays: Optioned OF Andy Thompson and 1B Kevin Witt to Triple-A Syracuse. Re-assigned C Mark Dalesandro to minor-league camp. Cubs: Optioned P Brian McNichol to Triple-A Iowa. Returned OF Corey Patterson and C Angelo Encarnacion to minor-league camp. Diamondbacks: Signed IF Craig Counsell to minor-league contract. Expos: Returned P Marty McLeary to Red Sox for cash.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1999
NEW YORK -- One is a slow, aging veteran whose better days are behind him. The other might one day get his wish to be a starting point guard, but these days he is plying his trade as a backup.If the Indiana Pacers advance to the NBA Finals, they can credit their two southpaw small forwards -- Chris Mullin and Jalen Rose -- for their play in the pivotal 90-78 Game 4 win on Monday that evened the best-of-seven Eastern Conference finals at two games.It was a case of the Knicks getting hammered by two different styles -- old school and new school.
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March 15, 1996
BaseballOrioles: Optioned P Brian Sackinsky, IF Brad Tyler and IF Scott McClain to Triple-A Rochester. Optioned P Billy Percibal to Double-A Bowie. Reassigned OF Jarvis Brown, OF Greg Blosser, P Rocky Coppinger and P Jim Dedrick to minor-league camp.Blue Jays: Claimed P Roberto Duran off waivers from Dodgers. Optioned IF D. J. Boston to Triple-A Syracuse. Optioned IF Tom Evans and OF Angel Ramirez to Double-A Knoxville. Optioned P Mark Sievert and P Mike Gordan to Single-A Dunedin.Cardinals: Added P Brian Carpenter, P Cory Corrigan, C Mike Difelice, IF Chris Wimmer, IF Joe Aversa, IF Ron Warner, IF/OF Dan Howitt and IF/OF Joe McEwing to roster.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | January 12, 1996
It's bad enough that the Phoenix Suns are playing so poorly, losing four straight games and five in their past seven. But the teams they are losing to don't make the future brighter for coach Paul Westphal.Over the past week, the Suns have lost twice to the Los Angeles Clippers and once at home to Minnesota -- the Timberwolves' first win in Phoenix after 25 straight losses. The Suns were 13-17 going into last night's game against the Golden State Warriors, and going nowhere fast."It sounds crazy, but so many people are turning against us, that only makes it twice as much fun to turn it around," Westphal said.
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By Sam Smith and Sam Smith,Chicago Tribune | January 30, 1995
Root for Don Nelson. Root for him as you did for Raymond Burr and those peasants in the first "Godzilla" movie. Root for him not to fall to the monsters of greed, immaturity and selfishness supposedly threatening the tranquillity we have known as the Fan-tastic game, the NBA.They come with frightening names like Isaiah Rider, Derrick Coleman and Chris Webber, and the notion is that their behavior is pushing the NBA periously close to the basketball apocalypse.I'm...
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By Ric Bucher and Ric Bucher,Knight-Ridder News Service | December 21, 1994
PHOENIX -- Nearly five weeks have passed since the Golden State Warriors traded Chris Webber, a major piece in their potential championship puzzle, to the Washington Bullets.Webber, who will face his former teammates for the first time tomorrow, seems just as angry and disillusioned as when he left the San Francisco Bay area."My biggest regret," Webber said Monday, "is that it didn't work out the way it should have. I regret that they didn't keep the team together, because we were a championship team.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 31, 1991
LANDOVER -- Beating St. John's never has been an easy task for Georgetown, especially on the Hoyas' home court. So when the Redmen started making some remarkable shots to close what had been a 10-point deficit late in the second half, there was reason enough for concern.No need to worry. Neither the success St. John's has had this season nor its hex over the Hoyas at the Capital Centre continued last night. Though the fifth-ranked Redmen were able to cut their deficit to two points twice in the final minute, No. 18 Georgetown hung on for a 59-53 victory.
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By Phil Jasner and Phil Jasner,Knight-Ridder News Service gPB | April 12, 1992
I was going to ask the 76ers' Charles Barkley Thursday whether he believed he deserved a first-team vote on the All-NBA team. There's still time to decide, because my ballot doesn't have to be in until the final day of the regular season.I don't quarrel that Barkley is one of the five best players in the league, I don't question his ability to carry a team, to do the improbable or even the seemingly impossible, but I also know that the list of forwards having terrific seasons is imposing.
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By Phil Jasner and Phil Jasner,Knight-Ridder News Service gPB | April 12, 1992
I was going to ask the 76ers' Charles Barkley Thursday whether he believed he deserved a first-team vote on the All-NBA team. There's still time to decide, because my ballot doesn't have to be in until the final day of the regular season.I don't quarrel that Barkley is one of the five best players in the league, I don't question his ability to carry a team, to do the improbable or even the seemingly impossible, but I also know that the list of forwards having terrific seasons is imposing.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 10, 1991
LANDOVER -- Golden State Warriors coach Don Nelson made a big issue of giving rookies Billy Owens and Victor Alexander their first start, but it was All-NBA forward Chris Mullin and sixth man Sarunas Marciulionis who burned the Washington Bullets XTC last night by combining for 67 points in a 127-119 victory.Mullin led the way with 38, but Marciulionis proved unstoppable in the fourth quarter, as he scored 11 of his 29 points, consistently beating a slower Ledell Eackles for layups.The game was tied at 105 when Mullin and Marciulionis accounted for 11 of the Warriors' next 13 points for a 118-113 lead, and they were never headed in boosting their record to 5-1.It was the third straight loss for the Bullets, who opened with two victories after going through a winless preseason.
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