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February 3, 2003
Moves Baseball TWINS: Signed LF Jacque Jones to two-year, $7.1 million contract. Basketball CLIPPERS: Placed F Cherokee Parks on injured list with back spasms and activated F Chris Wilcox (Maryland). HAWKS: Signed F Corey Benjamin to second 10-day contract.
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December 24, 2012
Boston Celtics forward-center Chris Wilcox will miss a month because of an ulnar collateral ligament sprain in his right thumb, coach Doc Rivers said, according to ESPN.com. Wilcox, 30, who played on Maryland's 2001-02 national championship team, injured his thumb Tuesday against the Bulls and had sat out the past two games. "Chris is out; he's out for a while," Rivers said Sunday. "I don't know how long, but the first report I got was three to four weeks. " Wilcox is averaging 4.7 points and 2.3 rebounds in 13.3┬┐minutes per game.
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November 6, 2009
Spurs@Trail Blazers 10:30 p.m. [ESPN] Steve Blake, left, averaging 6.4 points and 3.4 assists for Portland, is one of three former Terps active in the NBA. The others? The Pistons' Chris Wilcox and Hawks' Joe Smith.
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November 6, 2009
Spurs@Trail Blazers 10:30 p.m. [ESPN] Steve Blake, left, averaging 6.4 points and 3.4 assists for Portland, is one of three former Terps active in the NBA. The others? The Pistons' Chris Wilcox and Hawks' Joe Smith.
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November 30, 2001
He said it "If you have any suggestions, I'm open. Foul shooting is nuts. It's the most psychological part of the game." Gary Williams, Maryland coach He said it "His [Chris Wilcox] performance [vs. No. 2 Illinois] put us over the top. You need guys like that coming off the bench in every game." Steve Blake, Terps guard
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December 24, 2012
Boston Celtics forward-center Chris Wilcox will miss a month because of an ulnar collateral ligament sprain in his right thumb, coach Doc Rivers said, according to ESPN.com. Wilcox, 30, who played on Maryland's 2001-02 national championship team, injured his thumb Tuesday against the Bulls and had sat out the past two games. "Chris is out; he's out for a while," Rivers said Sunday. "I don't know how long, but the first report I got was three to four weeks. " Wilcox is averaging 4.7 points and 2.3 rebounds in 13.3┬┐minutes per game.
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March 30, 2002
Lonny Baxter Ht.: 6-8 Wt.: 260 No. 35 Senior, F-C Hometown: Silver Spring Mike Grinnon Ht.: 6-6 Wt.: 195 No. 21 Freshman, F Hometown: Oyster Bay, N.Y Chris Wilcox Ht.: 6-10 Wt.: 220 No. 54 Soph., F-C Hometown: Raleigh, N.C. Calvin McCall Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 200 No. 11 Junior, G Hometown: Miami Andre Collins Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 180 No. 10 Freshman, G Hometown: Crisfield Drew Nicholas Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 160 No. 12 Junior, G Hometown: Hempstead, N.Y. Byron Mouton Ht.: 6-6 Wt.: 215 No. 1 Senior, G-F Hometown: Rayne, La. Ryan Randle Ht.: 6-9 Wt.: 260 No. 33 Junior, F-C Hometown: Duncanville, Texas Juan Dixon Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 164 No. 3 Senior, G Hometown: Baltimore Tahj Holden Ht.: 6-10 Wt.: 250 No. 45 Junior, F Hometown: Little Silver, N.J. Steve Blake Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 160 No. 25 Junior, G Hometown: Miami Earl Badu Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 160 No. 4 Senior, G Hometown: Baltimore Five things to watch Coaching matchup Which Williams will shine?
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2002
In the most ideal scenario, all four of his former players would have heard their names called on NBA draft night at Madison Square Garden. But University of Maryland men's basketball coach Gary Williams gladly settled for the next-best thing. And it still marked the best draft he has ever enjoyed during 13 seasons in College Park, coming on the heels of the Terrapins' first-ever national championship. Sophomore power forward Chris Wilcox (Los Angeles Clippers), senior shooting guard Juan Dixon (Washington Wizards)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 31, 2002
ATLANTA - How bad did things look for Maryland early in the first half last night? Take your pick. Was it worse when Lonny Baxter picked up his second personal foul with 2:41 gone in the game, or when Kansas stormed out to a 13-2 lead on a three-point shot by Jeff Boschee right before the first television timeout? But the Terrapins had something to reflect on, something that would ensure they wouldn't panic. They could think back to last year's national semifinal in Minneapolis, when they took a 22-point lead on Duke in the first half and watched the Blue Devils chip away, then pull away to a 95-84 victory.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1999
Some of the nation's premier high school basketball players will converge on College Park this weekend, when Cole Field House and seven other floors on the campus of the University of Maryland will be in use during the ninth annual Charlie Weber HoopTV Invitational Tournament.Games begin at 5 p.m. today and conclude Sunday afternoon.The event will feature 64 Amateur Athletic Union teams, and another bracket of 16 under-16 teams, a first for the Weber Invitational.Several nationally ranked players will participate.
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By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | December 12, 2008
Wizards routed, 122-88; Celtics' streak hits 13 nba Ray Allen and Paul Pierce scored 22 points apiece and the Boston Celtics beat the host Washington Wizards, 122-88, last night for a 13th straight win and the best start in the history of the storied franchise at 21-2. The Celtics also own their longest winning streak since a 14-game run in 1985-86. Caron Butler scored 19 for the Wizards, who matched their franchise's slowest start, dropping to 4-16 for the first time since the 1966-67 Baltimore Bullets.
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October 5, 2004
Moves Baseball BLUE JAYS: Promoted interim manager John Gibbons to manager. Announced that hitting coach Mike Barnett, third base coach Brian Butterfield and bullpen coach Bruce Walton will return next season. Named Ernie Whitt bench coach and Brad Arnsberg pitching coach. MARINERS: Fired manager Bob Melvin. Announced that coaches Paul Molitor, Mike Aldrete, Orlando Gomez, Rene Lachemann and Dave Myers are free to pursue other jobs. REDS: Assigned P Mike Matthews, P Aaron Myette and P Juan Padilla outright to Triple-A Louisville.
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By Milton Kent | March 9, 2003
It would be tempting to think of new Los Angeles Clippers coach Dennis Johnson as the human punch line to the joke about the guy who wanted to coach in the worst way and is getting his wish. But Johnson, who inherited the Clippers' mess this week from the fired Alvin Gentry, says things aren't as bad as people think. "Over the last two years, we've changed the thinking of the culture outside," Johnson said. "It may be going backward right now. A year ago, when you had a team such as we had with so much praise and promise, you heard that we should be going to the playoffs.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 6, 2003
WASHINGTON - Chris Wilcox's heart is at the University of Maryland, but his game and wallet are in Los Angeles. It has been more than eight months since Wilcox, the former Terps forward, was selected as the No. 8 overall pick by the Clippers in the NBA draft. Wilcox, only a sophomore, was torn between staying at Maryland or going pro. He is still caught up in the middle, and only time will make him feel more comfortable with his decision. "I'm learning more. Every day I'm learning more," Wilcox, 20, said after a shoot-around yesterday morning at MCI Center as the Clippers prepared to meet the Washington Wizards.
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August 2, 2002
Moves Baseball ANGELS: Activated C Bengie Molina from 15-day DL. Designated IF Jose Nieves for assignment. CARDINALS: Optioned P Travis Smith to Triple-A Memphis. Recalled P Kevin Joseph. CUBS: Activated C Joe Girardi from 15-day DL. Optioned C Mike Mahoney to Triple-A Iowa. INDIANS: Activated 3B Travis Fryman from 15-day DL. Optioned OF Ben Broussard to Triple-A Buffalo. RED SOX: Released 1B Jose Offerman. Designated P Willie Banks for assignment to Triple-A Pawtucket. ROYALS: Recalled P Runelvys Hernandez from Double-A Wichita.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2002
In the most ideal scenario, all four of his former players would have heard their names called on NBA draft night at Madison Square Garden. But University of Maryland men's basketball coach Gary Williams gladly settled for the next-best thing. And it still marked the best draft he has ever enjoyed during 13 seasons in College Park, coming on the heels of the Terrapins' first-ever national championship. Sophomore power forward Chris Wilcox (Los Angeles Clippers), senior shooting guard Juan Dixon (Washington Wizards)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | June 27, 2002
NEW YORK - Chris Wilcox had a strong feeling he was headed to a big city to begin his NBA career. He just had the wrong coast in mind. Last night, less than three months after completing a meteoric rise as a sophomore power forward for the national champion Maryland Terrapins, Wilcox joined the Los Angeles Clippers as the eighth player selected in the NBA draft at The Theatre at Madison Square Garden. Wilcox, who withdrew early from Maryland in April since he was assured he would be a lottery pick, got his wish - although heavy pre-draft speculation had him pointed toward the New York Knicks and the No. 7 slot.
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