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November 24, 1990
Opponent: Indiana PacersSite: Capital Centre, Landover, 7:30 p.m.Radio: WBAL (1090 AM), WTOP (1500 AM)Outlook: Since beating Chicago on Nov. 3, the Bullets have lost three straight at home. They won only one of four meetings with the Pacers last season. Shooting guard Reggie Miller is enjoying another All-Star season for Indiana, averaging 24.0 points and shooting 53 percent from the field and 44 percent from three-point range. Chuck Person (17.4), Detlef Schrempf (15.2) and Vern Fleming (15.2)
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November 6, 1996
Opponent: San Antonio SpursPlace: USAir ArenaTime: 7:30 p.m.TV/Radio: HTS/WWRC (980 AM)Outlook: The Spurs, who played at Cleveland last night, are finding out how difficult life can be without C David Robinson (sore lower back, out for a month). Also, with F Chuck Person (sore back) out for possibly the season, the Spurs have had trouble finding an offensive flow in dropping their first two games with the focus of the attack on F Dominique Wilkins. The Bullets continue to play short-handed, entering their third straight without a true center.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | December 31, 1994
LANDOVER -- For the Washington Bullets, the 1994 portion of their season ended at the USAir Arena ugly -- very ugly.Going against All-Star center David Robinson and sharp shooting forward Chuck Person, the Bullets collapsed in last night's 115-101 loss before a sellout crowd.It was the 11th loss in the past 12 games for the Bullets, who fell to 7-19.Calbert Cheaney's 23 points, and 18 points and 15 rebounds from Juwan Howard led the Bullets.San Antonio got 30 points from Robinson and 27 from Chuck Person, who stared in place of Sean Elliott (dislocated right index finger)
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | December 31, 1994
LANDOVER -- For the Washington Bullets, the 1994 portion of their season ended at the USAir Arena ugly -- very ugly.Going against All-Star center David Robinson and sharp shooting forward Chuck Person, the Bullets collapsed in last night's 115-101 loss before a sellout crowd.It was the 11th loss in the past 12 games for the Bullets, who fell to 7-19.Calbert Cheaney's 23 points, and 18 points and 15 rebounds from Juwan Howard led the Bullets.San Antonio got 30 points from Robinson and 27 from Chuck Person, who stared in place of Sean Elliott (dislocated right index finger)
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By Peter May and Peter May,Boston Globe | April 28, 1992
INDIANAPOLIS -- The signs of satisfaction were everywhere. There was a permanence to the good vibes, something that would survive the taunts, the threes, the general chaos that made this series as hard it was.Kevin Gamble, who made the basket to save his team from imminent implosion, recorded the feeling at the end with an authoritative spike. The Boston Celtics had won another one they easily could have lost and the Indiana Pacers had quickly gone from main concern to afterthought."It feels good.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 2, 1991
INDIANAPOLIS -- An opening day that started with the news that forward John Williams had been placed on suspension ended on an exhilarating high, as the Washington Bullets defeated the Indiana Pacers, 109-103, before a Market Square Arena crowd of 13,407 last night.When the television cameras disappeared, usually stoic Bullets coach Wes Unseld did an impromptu victory dance."I felt awfully good about this win," Unseld said. "It was a real strong effort on our part coming here and spoiling their opening night."
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January 26, 1992
"TC5 Russian republics will compete as 1 in GamesAthletes from five republics in the former Soviet Union will compete this year as one Olympic team under an agreement reached yesterday by Russian President Boris Yeltsin and Juan Antonio Samaranch, president of the International Olympic Committee.The agreement will bring together athletes from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan as teammates at the Winter Games next month."If the team is a winner, we will raise the Olympic flag and play the Olympic anthem," Samaranch said.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | November 28, 1992
The Washington Bullets turned back the clock last night for touch of nostalgia, returning to Baltimore and donning the red, white and blue uniforms the original Bullets wore here 29 years ago.Unfortunately, the current Bullets played as poorly as the 1963-64 team that won only 31 games that season in being humbled by the Minnesota Timberwolves, 102-83, before a near-silent sellout crowd of 12,346 at the Baltimore Arena.An easy solution would be to burn the uniforms and simply bury the past.
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By JERRY BEMBRY | April 5, 1994
For the Indiana Pacers' Reggie Miller, there was a reason to brood nearly two months ago when the All-Star rosters were being named. As one of the top shooting guards in the Eastern Conference, Miller was looking forward to making the second All-Star appearance of his seven-year career.Instead, Indiana's leading scorer was snubbed. With the Pacers looking to make their fifth straight playoff appearance, Miller had to cast his hard feelings aside. But last week the 6-foot-7, 185-pound veteran couldn't hold back his happiness after being named a member of Dream Team II, which will play in the world championship in August in Toronto.
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January 12, 2003
Moves Baseball MARLINS: Re-signed C Mike Redmond to one-year contract. METS: Agreed to one-year, $600,000 contract with free-agent OF Tsuyoshi Shinjo, who had been with Giants. Contract gives Shinjo chance to earn up to $1 million, based on plate appearances. TIGERS: Traded P Mark Redman and P Jerrod Fuell to Marlins for P Gary Knotts, P Nate Robertson and P Rob Henkel. Basketball PACERS: Named Chuck Person scout. Football BRONCOS: Announced resignation of defensive coordinator Ray Rhodes.
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By JERRY BEMBRY | April 5, 1994
For the Indiana Pacers' Reggie Miller, there was a reason to brood nearly two months ago when the All-Star rosters were being named. As one of the top shooting guards in the Eastern Conference, Miller was looking forward to making the second All-Star appearance of his seven-year career.Instead, Indiana's leading scorer was snubbed. With the Pacers looking to make their fifth straight playoff appearance, Miller had to cast his hard feelings aside. But last week the 6-foot-7, 185-pound veteran couldn't hold back his happiness after being named a member of Dream Team II, which will play in the world championship in August in Toronto.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | November 28, 1992
The Washington Bullets turned back the clock last night for touch of nostalgia, returning to Baltimore and donning the red, white and blue uniforms the original Bullets wore here 29 years ago.Unfortunately, the current Bullets played as poorly as the 1963-64 team that won only 31 games that season in being humbled by the Minnesota Timberwolves, 102-83, before a near-silent sellout crowd of 12,346 at the Baltimore Arena.An easy solution would be to burn the uniforms and simply bury the past.
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By Peter May and Peter May,Boston Globe | April 28, 1992
INDIANAPOLIS -- The signs of satisfaction were everywhere. There was a permanence to the good vibes, something that would survive the taunts, the threes, the general chaos that made this series as hard it was.Kevin Gamble, who made the basket to save his team from imminent implosion, recorded the feeling at the end with an authoritative spike. The Boston Celtics had won another one they easily could have lost and the Indiana Pacers had quickly gone from main concern to afterthought."It feels good.
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January 26, 1992
"TC5 Russian republics will compete as 1 in GamesAthletes from five republics in the former Soviet Union will compete this year as one Olympic team under an agreement reached yesterday by Russian President Boris Yeltsin and Juan Antonio Samaranch, president of the International Olympic Committee.The agreement will bring together athletes from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan as teammates at the Winter Games next month."If the team is a winner, we will raise the Olympic flag and play the Olympic anthem," Samaranch said.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 2, 1991
INDIANAPOLIS -- An opening day that started with the news that forward John Williams had been placed on suspension ended on an exhilarating high, as the Washington Bullets defeated the Indiana Pacers, 109-103, before a Market Square Arena crowd of 13,407 last night.When the television cameras disappeared, usually stoic Bullets coach Wes Unseld did an impromptu victory dance."I felt awfully good about this win," Unseld said. "It was a real strong effort on our part coming here and spoiling their opening night."
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