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January 3, 1999
NBA games lost yesterday: 12.Total games missed: 415.Earliest estimated date season can start: Feb. 1.Negotiations: Nothing scheduled.Projected player salary losses (through Feb. 1): More than $500 million.Today's best canceled game: Toronto at Portland. Provided that Damon Stoudamire had re-signed with the Blazers, this would have been his first game against his former team.Pub Date: 1/03/99
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By LAURA VECSEY | July 21, 2003
WHY ARE NEWSPAPER covers and back pages filled with pictures of Kobe Bryant, biting his lips in anguish and resolve? Why is this "big news" on 24-hour news stations, when Iraq is in turmoil and the economy is in the tank? Without diminishing the prosecutor's case, without belittling the alleged victim, whose accusations provide the foundation for a felony charge, it's this big because we've all been caught. Everyone's on trial. All of us. Kobe Bryant is. The 24-year-old NBA star has been charged with sexual assault, and the penalty in Eagle County, Colo.
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SPORTS
December 27, 1996
Opponent: Toronto RaptorsSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7: 30TV/Radio: Ch. 50/WWRC (980 AM)Outlook: The Bullets play six of their next seven games at home, where they are just .500 (6-6) this season. F/C Lorenzo Williams practiced yesterday, and said he feels good enough to be activated for tonight's game. F Tracy Murray has the flu, although he did practice yesterday. Washington has had little luck with the Raptors, against whom it has an overall 1-4 record. G Damon Stoudamire (19.9 ppg, 7.8 apg)
SPORTS
January 3, 1999
NBA games lost yesterday: 12.Total games missed: 415.Earliest estimated date season can start: Feb. 1.Negotiations: Nothing scheduled.Projected player salary losses (through Feb. 1): More than $500 million.Today's best canceled game: Toronto at Portland. Provided that Damon Stoudamire had re-signed with the Blazers, this would have been his first game against his former team.Pub Date: 1/03/99
SPORTS
April 19, 1996
BOWIE -- Washington Bullets reserve guard Tim Legler will have surgery today to repair torn ligaments in his right knee, including the anterior cruciate ligament, and torn cartilage.Legler, who was averaging 9.4 points and is the NBA's leader in three-point shooting accuracy (.522), was injured after planting his foot during the first quarter of Wednesday night's loss to the Boston Celtics and the injury was discovered yesterday after a magnetic resonance imaging test.There is no set timetable for recovering from ACL injuries, but many players -- such as Bullets guard Brent Price -- miss a year.
SPORTS
February 2, 1996
BaseballAngels: Signed P Jeff Schmidt, P Shad Williams and OF Marquis Riley. Agreed to terms with P Ryan Hancock, P David Holdridge, P Ben VanRyn and OF Orlando Palmeiro. Purchased contract of P David Doorneweerd.Cardinals: Assigned IF Rod Correia to Triple-A Louisville.Diamondbacks: Signed P Vladimir Nunez and P Larry Rodriguez.Dodgers: Named Mitch Webster and Tom Thomas minor-league coaches.Expos: Agreed to terms with P Rheal Cormier (7-5, 4.07 ERA with Red Sox) on one-year, $950,000 contract.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | March 27, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- Arizona doesn't have Duke's pedigree, but it does have the nation's best backcourt.The Wildcats won't give you Forty Minutes of Hell, but their defense has burned opponents.Coach Lute Olson doesn't have a underdog like the East is going to send to the Final Four, but after first-round losses the past two years, postseason expectations for his team weren't exactly high, either.Forget the nicknames and reputations. Yesterday Arizona completed a blitz of the West Regional with a 92-72 rout of top-seeded Missouri before 15,517 at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, and now the most dominant team of this NCAA tournament will try to prove that it's also the best.
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By LAURA VECSEY | July 21, 2003
WHY ARE NEWSPAPER covers and back pages filled with pictures of Kobe Bryant, biting his lips in anguish and resolve? Why is this "big news" on 24-hour news stations, when Iraq is in turmoil and the economy is in the tank? Without diminishing the prosecutor's case, without belittling the alleged victim, whose accusations provide the foundation for a felony charge, it's this big because we've all been caught. Everyone's on trial. All of us. Kobe Bryant is. The 24-year-old NBA star has been charged with sexual assault, and the penalty in Eagle County, Colo.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1998
When the Toronto Raptors were about to pull off a deal that would have sent Damon Stoudamire to the New Jersey Nets, the point guard rejected the proposed trade by simply saying, "I ain't going there." When a possible three-way deal was nearly done that would have sent Stoudamire to Orlando and Penny Hardaway to New Jersey, the Raptors' point guard killed that deal, explaining he would only play for the Magic if he'd be alongside Hardaway.Talk about power -- at 5 feet 10, Stoudamire has plenty of it. One of the teams he wanted to play with was in his hometown of Portland, Ore. And that was of major importance in the deal Friday that sent Stoudamire, Walt Williams and Carlos Rogers to the Trail Blazers for Kenny Anderson, Gary Trent and Alvin Williams.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1998
When the Toronto Raptors were about to pull off a deal that would have sent Damon Stoudamire to the New Jersey Nets, the point guard rejected the proposed trade by simply saying, "I ain't going there." When a possible three-way deal was nearly done that would have sent Stoudamire to Orlando and Penny Hardaway to New Jersey, the Raptors' point guard killed that deal, explaining he would only play for the Magic if he'd be alongside Hardaway.Talk about power -- at 5 feet 10, Stoudamire has plenty of it. One of the teams he wanted to play with was in his hometown of Portland, Ore. And that was of major importance in the deal Friday that sent Stoudamire, Walt Williams and Carlos Rogers to the Trail Blazers for Kenny Anderson, Gary Trent and Alvin Williams.
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April 8, 1997
Opponent: Toronto RaptorsSite: SkyDome, TorontoTime: 7TV/Radio: HTS/WWRC (980 AM)Outlook: With ninth-place Cleveland playing in New York tonight, this is another opportunity for the Bullets to create some space in the standings. The Bullets, with Sunday's victory in Boston, have won 11 of their last 14 games. But they can't overlook a Toronto team that, while last in the Central Division, always plays tough at home. Chicago, the Los Angeles Lakers, Houston, Utah and Miami are among the teams that have been beaten in Toronto this season.
SPORTS
April 19, 1996
BOWIE -- Washington Bullets reserve guard Tim Legler will have surgery today to repair torn ligaments in his right knee, including the anterior cruciate ligament, and torn cartilage.Legler, who was averaging 9.4 points and is the NBA's leader in three-point shooting accuracy (.522), was injured after planting his foot during the first quarter of Wednesday night's loss to the Boston Celtics and the injury was discovered yesterday after a magnetic resonance imaging test.There is no set timetable for recovering from ACL injuries, but many players -- such as Bullets guard Brent Price -- miss a year.
SPORTS
February 2, 1996
BaseballAngels: Signed P Jeff Schmidt, P Shad Williams and OF Marquis Riley. Agreed to terms with P Ryan Hancock, P David Holdridge, P Ben VanRyn and OF Orlando Palmeiro. Purchased contract of P David Doorneweerd.Cardinals: Assigned IF Rod Correia to Triple-A Louisville.Diamondbacks: Signed P Vladimir Nunez and P Larry Rodriguez.Dodgers: Named Mitch Webster and Tom Thomas minor-league coaches.Expos: Agreed to terms with P Rheal Cormier (7-5, 4.07 ERA with Red Sox) on one-year, $950,000 contract.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | March 27, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- Arizona doesn't have Duke's pedigree, but it does have the nation's best backcourt.The Wildcats won't give you Forty Minutes of Hell, but their defense has burned opponents.Coach Lute Olson doesn't have a underdog like the East is going to send to the Final Four, but after first-round losses the past two years, postseason expectations for his team weren't exactly high, either.Forget the nicknames and reputations. Yesterday Arizona completed a blitz of the West Regional with a 92-72 rout of top-seeded Missouri before 15,517 at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, and now the most dominant team of this NCAA tournament will try to prove that it's also the best.
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