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By From Staff Reports | October 30, 1994
Juwan Howard, the Washington Bullets' first-round draft pick, yesterday rejected the team's latest contract offer at a two-hour meeting at the home of Bullets owner Abe Pollin, the club said in a news release.The money offered was unchanged -- a guaranteed $30.7 million over 10 years. Yesterday, however, the club said it included a series of options that would allow Howard to negotiate for more money after his second, third or fourth years. He also was offered an unconditional right to terminate midway through the contract.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | February 7, 1999
If Sykesville turns vacant old hospital buildings into an employment campus, it will be shielded from the costs by a development authority.The town-appointed panel would insulate Sykesville taxpayers from financial liability and act as developer for the 138-acre Warfield Complex, once part of Springfield Hospital Center."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | October 21, 1994
In a move that may mark the beginning of the end of stalled contract negotiations, Washington Bullets owner Abe Pollin met for an hour with top draft pick Juwan Howard yesterday afternoon at USAir Arena.The result of the meeting: Pollin has asked general manageJohn Nash to "take a new approach" in contract talks with Howard and his agent, David Falk. The Bullets reportedly are offering Howard $30.7 million over 10 years; Falk is seeking a six-year, $24 million contract for his client."Juwan expressed his desire to play for the Bullets this seasonand I told him I would not have drafted him with the fifth pick if I didn't want him to play for the Bullets," Pollin said in a statement released by the team.
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By From Staff Reports | October 30, 1994
Juwan Howard, the Washington Bullets' first-round draft pick, yesterday rejected the team's latest contract offer at a two-hour meeting at the home of Bullets owner Abe Pollin, the club said in a news release.The money offered was unchanged -- a guaranteed $30.7 million over 10 years. Yesterday, however, the club said it included a series of options that would allow Howard to negotiate for more money after his second, third or fourth years. He also was offered an unconditional right to terminate midway through the contract.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | March 20, 1992
LANDOVER -- Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan announced last night that he will definitely participate in the 1992 Summer Olympics after settling a dispute over the use of his image on Olympics apparel."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | February 7, 1999
If Sykesville turns vacant old hospital buildings into an employment campus, it will be shielded from the costs by a development authority.The town-appointed panel would insulate Sykesville taxpayers from financial liability and act as developer for the 138-acre Warfield Complex, once part of Springfield Hospital Center."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | July 12, 1994
BOWIE -- Two days into a marriage, newlyweds might be DTC found sitting on beach chairs on some luxury island, enjoying their new life with their new spouse.But two days into Jim McIlvaine's marriage, the 7-foot-1 second-round pick was wearing a Washington Bullets practice jersey and running grueling sprints during two-a-day practices."It's tough, but you have to do what you have to do," McIlvaine said yesterday of his movement from the altar to the pivot. "My wife understands."What Mrs. McIlvaine understands is that, as the 32nd pick, there are no guarantees for her husband.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | July 10, 1996
Contract talks for some of the NBA's top free agents -- including Washington Bullets forward Juwan Howard -- will get under way tomorrow after the league yesterday briefly imposed a lockout, only to reverse itself later after finally reaching an agreement with the players association.Yesterday's lockout, coming after both sides initially could not reach an agreement in the dispersal of $50 million in profit sharing, forced the cancellation of talks yesterday between the Bullets and Howard that were to take place at the Chevy Chase offices of agent David Falk.
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By Tim Warren | February 7, 1993
It was June 1975. Summer school had just started at the University of Maryland, and Len Elmore had a problem. He was enrolled in an English course, but couldn't make the first couple of classes on the College Park campus because he was in Indianapolis, playing for the Indiana Pacers against the Kentucky Colonels for the American Basketball Association championship. So he sent his girlfriend, Gail Segal, to sit in for him in the class until the season was over.Mr. Elmore had been a star player for the Maryland basketball team in the early 1970s, a 6-foot-9 center with ferocious rebounding and defensive skills.
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December 5, 1998
NBA games lost yesterday: 8.Total games missed: 225.Earliest estimated date season can start: Jan. 8.Projected player salary losses (through Jan. 8): $390 million.Negotiations: The sides had a fruitless 10 1/2 -hour bargaining session Thursday and have promised to speak by telephone. No contact was made yesterday.Exhibition: Agents Arn Tellem and David Falk will announce Monday that an exhibition game will be played Dec. 19 in Atlantic City, N.J., featuring members of all four Dream Teams -- the 1992 and '96 Olympic teams and the '94 and '98 world championship squads.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | October 21, 1994
In a move that may mark the beginning of the end of stalled contract negotiations, Washington Bullets owner Abe Pollin met for an hour with top draft pick Juwan Howard yesterday afternoon at USAir Arena.The result of the meeting: Pollin has asked general manageJohn Nash to "take a new approach" in contract talks with Howard and his agent, David Falk. The Bullets reportedly are offering Howard $30.7 million over 10 years; Falk is seeking a six-year, $24 million contract for his client."Juwan expressed his desire to play for the Bullets this seasonand I told him I would not have drafted him with the fifth pick if I didn't want him to play for the Bullets," Pollin said in a statement released by the team.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | July 12, 1994
BOWIE -- Two days into a marriage, newlyweds might be DTC found sitting on beach chairs on some luxury island, enjoying their new life with their new spouse.But two days into Jim McIlvaine's marriage, the 7-foot-1 second-round pick was wearing a Washington Bullets practice jersey and running grueling sprints during two-a-day practices."It's tough, but you have to do what you have to do," McIlvaine said yesterday of his movement from the altar to the pivot. "My wife understands."What Mrs. McIlvaine understands is that, as the 32nd pick, there are no guarantees for her husband.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | March 20, 1992
LANDOVER -- Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan announced last night that he will definitely participate in the 1992 Summer Olympics after settling a dispute over the use of his image on Olympics apparel."
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By Ken Murray | November 22, 1995
Maryland athletic director Debbie Yow acknowledged yesterday through a department spokesman that the university has sent a report to the NCAA on alleged rules violations over basketball player Keith Booth's trip to Chicago last spring for a Bulls playoff game.She also said there was no time line on a response from the NCAA.Booth traveled to Chicago with a close friend, Jeremiah Dickens, who purchased both plane and game tickets. The Washington Post reported on Nov. 14 that Dickens bought the tickets through Washington sports agent David Falk, which could be in violation of NCAA rules.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | April 3, 1991
Veteran forward Adrian Dantley, a free agent who has been without a team all season, signed yesterday with the Milwaukee Bucks, his agent, David Falk of Pro Serv, Inc., of Alexandria, Va., reported.Dantley, a native of Washington who ranks among the National Basketball Association's all-time leading scorers, purchased his contract from the Dallas Mavericks after last season, but tried unsuccessfully to sell his services to another team.But the Bucks felt an immediate need for a proven scorer when shooting guard Dale Ellis was diagnosed as having a herniated disk.
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