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February 15, 1993
Baseball Philadelphia Phillies -- Signed P Terry Mulholland to a one-year, $2.6 million-plus contract. Mulholland, 29, who was 13-11 in 1992 with a 3.81 ERA, had asked the team for $3.1 million in arbitration and had been offered $2 million. A hearing had been scheduled for Friday. His salary last season was $1.25 million.Basketball Minnesota Timberwolves -- Confirmed that rookie F Christian Laettner has been fined an undisclosed amount for his outburst during Saturday night's game against the Houston Rockets.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 1998
Dennis Perry of Dunbar stayed undefeated (26-0) and won the Class 1A-2A South Region 140-pound championship yesterday at River Hill High in Howard County.Perry said the toughest of his three matches was the semifinal against Hammond's Mark Read, a 6-3 decision. "Read was strong so I knew I couldn't muscle him and just used my head. The regional competition was pretty tough."Perry, a Baltimore City champ, won his final match against Daunte Neal of Lackey, 8-3.He was the only Baltimore City wrestler to win at River Hill.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 1998
Dennis Perry of Dunbar stayed undefeated (26-0) and won the Class 1A-2A South Region 140-pound championship yesterday at River Hill High in Howard County.Perry said the toughest of his three matches was the semifinal against Hammond's Mark Read, a 6-3 decision. "Read was strong so I knew I couldn't muscle him and just used my head. The regional competition was pretty tough."Perry, a Baltimore City champ, won his final match against Daunte Neal of Lackey, 8-3.He was the only Baltimore City wrestler to win at River Hill.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | February 11, 1996
SAN ANTONIO -- Tim Legler was always confident he would do well in the Long Distance Shootout but, just before going out on the court at the Alamodome, the Washington Bullets guard was stricken with a case of nerves."
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By Barry Cooper and Barry Cooper,Orlando Sentinel | August 21, 1992
Orlando Magic forward Brian Williams, who collapsed Aug. 11 during a summer-league game in Redondo Beach, Calif., doesn't appear to be suffering from any major heart problems, a medical consultant to the Magic said Wednesday.Dr. Kerry Schwartz, a member of the Florida Heart Group, said tests administered in California indicate Williams' heart isn't damaged."There are no major valve problems, no coronary artery obstructions," Schwartz said. "I would say his prognosis is good. I certainly think he will be able to [resume]
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By Dan Ryan and Dan Ryan,Contributing Writer | November 13, 1992
ORLANDO, Fla. -- You knew 7-foot-1 Shaquille O'Neal would get his share of rebounds against the Washington Bullets. That's expected.What wasn't expected was that 6-1 point guard Scott Skiles can grab more defensive rebounds than the Bullets' starting five put together.It's been that kind of road trip for the Bullets, who suffered a 127-100 pasting at the hands of the Orlando Magic before 15,151 at Orlando Arena last night.In the Cleveland-Orlando swing, the Bullets were outscored by a total of 258-192.
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By Mark Heisler and Mark Heisler,Los Angeles Times | May 24, 1995
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Here are some things that didn't happen last night as the Indiana Pacers opened their NBA Eastern Conference championship series with the Orlando Magic:* Reggie Miller didn't call anyone a choke artist.* He didn't give the choke sign to any of the local celebrities, the selection being rather limited here since neither Hulk Hogan nor Mickey Mouse was in attendance.* He didn't win the game.Miller came out blazing, scoring 17 points in the first quarter as the Pacers grabbed a 23-5 lead before having it cut to 27-23, but then they faded away as the Magic cruised to a 105-101 victory and a 1-0 lead.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | April 17, 1992
LANDOVER -- It's mid-April and the Washington Bullets have little to look forward to other than an appearance in the NBA draft lottery and postseason tee times.But the Bullets gave an inspired effort last night in their last home game of the season, beating the Orlando Magic, 119-106, before a surprisingly large and boisterous crowd of 16,317 at the Capital Centre.The game, matching the two worst teams in the Eastern Conference, was the kind that most fans usually stay away from in droves, fearing lack of effort by two teams playing with little incentive.
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By Milton Kent | January 23, 1991
Forget the seniors, juniors and even the diaper-dandy freshmen. The three impact players in college basketball this season are sophomores.Everyone has heard of two of them -- Louisiana State's 7-foot-2 center Shaquille O'Neal and Georgia Tech point guard Kenny Anderson -- but the third, 6-6 swingman Jim Jackson from Ohio State, may have the best overall game of the three. Yet he has received the least attention.Jackson, who contributed 20 points to fourth-ranked Ohio State's 93-85 victory over third-ranked Indiana Monday in Bloomington, has been the catalyst behind the Buckeyes' surprising 16-0 start, scoring 19.5 points per game, fifth best in the Big Ten. He's shooting 60 percent from the floor, good for third in the league.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | February 11, 1996
SAN ANTONIO -- Tim Legler was always confident he would do well in the Long Distance Shootout but, just before going out on the court at the Alamodome, the Washington Bullets guard was stricken with a case of nerves."
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By Mark Heisler and Mark Heisler,Los Angeles Times | May 24, 1995
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Here are some things that didn't happen last night as the Indiana Pacers opened their NBA Eastern Conference championship series with the Orlando Magic:* Reggie Miller didn't call anyone a choke artist.* He didn't give the choke sign to any of the local celebrities, the selection being rather limited here since neither Hulk Hogan nor Mickey Mouse was in attendance.* He didn't win the game.Miller came out blazing, scoring 17 points in the first quarter as the Pacers grabbed a 23-5 lead before having it cut to 27-23, but then they faded away as the Magic cruised to a 105-101 victory and a 1-0 lead.
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February 15, 1993
Baseball Philadelphia Phillies -- Signed P Terry Mulholland to a one-year, $2.6 million-plus contract. Mulholland, 29, who was 13-11 in 1992 with a 3.81 ERA, had asked the team for $3.1 million in arbitration and had been offered $2 million. A hearing had been scheduled for Friday. His salary last season was $1.25 million.Basketball Minnesota Timberwolves -- Confirmed that rookie F Christian Laettner has been fined an undisclosed amount for his outburst during Saturday night's game against the Houston Rockets.
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By Dan Ryan and Dan Ryan,Contributing Writer | November 13, 1992
ORLANDO, Fla. -- You knew 7-foot-1 Shaquille O'Neal would get his share of rebounds against the Washington Bullets. That's expected.What wasn't expected was that 6-1 point guard Scott Skiles can grab more defensive rebounds than the Bullets' starting five put together.It's been that kind of road trip for the Bullets, who suffered a 127-100 pasting at the hands of the Orlando Magic before 15,151 at Orlando Arena last night.In the Cleveland-Orlando swing, the Bullets were outscored by a total of 258-192.
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By Barry Cooper and Barry Cooper,Orlando Sentinel | August 21, 1992
Orlando Magic forward Brian Williams, who collapsed Aug. 11 during a summer-league game in Redondo Beach, Calif., doesn't appear to be suffering from any major heart problems, a medical consultant to the Magic said Wednesday.Dr. Kerry Schwartz, a member of the Florida Heart Group, said tests administered in California indicate Williams' heart isn't damaged."There are no major valve problems, no coronary artery obstructions," Schwartz said. "I would say his prognosis is good. I certainly think he will be able to [resume]
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | April 17, 1992
LANDOVER -- It's mid-April and the Washington Bullets have little to look forward to other than an appearance in the NBA draft lottery and postseason tee times.But the Bullets gave an inspired effort last night in their last home game of the season, beating the Orlando Magic, 119-106, before a surprisingly large and boisterous crowd of 16,317 at the Capital Centre.The game, matching the two worst teams in the Eastern Conference, was the kind that most fans usually stay away from in droves, fearing lack of effort by two teams playing with little incentive.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 13, 1991
LANDOVER -- Early in the second half, with Washington trailing the Orlando Magic, 62-43, a fan in the Capital Centre crowd of 6,165 shouted to Bullets coach Wes Unseld, "Put your regulars in!"Unseld bit his lip, or he might have responded, "What regulars?"He had a better lineup dressed in business suits than in uniforms last night, as the Magic routed the Bullets for the second time in a week, 95-82.Point guard Michael Adams and forward Pervis Ellison, nursing a sore back, were the only legitimate Bullets starters playing significant minutes, as Washington (2-5)
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 13, 1991
LANDOVER -- Early in the second half, with Washington trailing the Orlando Magic, 62-43, a fan in the Capital Centre crowd of 6,165 shouted to Bullets coach Wes Unseld, "Put your regulars in!"Unseld bit his lip, or he might have responded, "What regulars?"He had a better lineup dressed in business suits than in uniforms last night, as the Magic routed the Bullets for the second time in a week, 95-82.Point guard Michael Adams and forward Pervis Ellison, nursing a sore back, were the only legitimate Bullets starters playing significant minutes, as Washington (2-5)
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November 24, 1991
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Sacramento Kings ended the NBA's longest road losing streak at 43 games, getting 27 points from Lionel Simmons in a 95-93 victory last night over the Orlando Magic.The Kings' last road victory came Nov. 20, 1990, at Washington. The league's longest road drought now belongs to Denver at 24 games.Mitch Richmond added 20 points for Sacramento. Dennis Scott led Orlando with 25 points.Orlando failed on its last two possessions to take a shot. Anderson and Scott committed turnovers instead of taking a possible game-tying shot.
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By Milton Kent | January 23, 1991
Forget the seniors, juniors and even the diaper-dandy freshmen. The three impact players in college basketball this season are sophomores.Everyone has heard of two of them -- Louisiana State's 7-foot-2 center Shaquille O'Neal and Georgia Tech point guard Kenny Anderson -- but the third, 6-6 swingman Jim Jackson from Ohio State, may have the best overall game of the three. Yet he has received the least attention.Jackson, who contributed 20 points to fourth-ranked Ohio State's 93-85 victory over third-ranked Indiana Monday in Bloomington, has been the catalyst behind the Buckeyes' surprising 16-0 start, scoring 19.5 points per game, fifth best in the Big Ten. He's shooting 60 percent from the floor, good for third in the league.
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