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By Buster Olney and Roch Eric Kubatko and Buster Olney and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1997
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Craig Ehlo, the NBA guard, has very blonde hair. The guy who showed up at the Orioles camp yesterday claiming to be Craig Ehlo had brown hair. But that did not stop Elho II from having a very good day.The alleged Ehlo, accompanied by his alleged agent, talked his way through security yesterday and chatted over a fence with some Orioles. The alleged Ehlo said he was in town for the SuperSonics' game against Miami last night, and he was given an Orioles cap and a pouch of chewing tobacco.
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By Buster Olney and Roch Eric Kubatko and Buster Olney and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1997
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Craig Ehlo, the NBA guard, has very blonde hair. The guy who showed up at the Orioles camp yesterday claiming to be Craig Ehlo had brown hair. But that did not stop Elho II from having a very good day.The alleged Ehlo, accompanied by his alleged agent, talked his way through security yesterday and chatted over a fence with some Orioles. The alleged Ehlo said he was in town for the SuperSonics' game against Miami last night, and he was given an Orioles cap and a pouch of chewing tobacco.
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February 7, 1992
Participants for the NBA's skills competitions tomorrow in Orlando, Fla.:SLAM-DUNKPlayer . . . . . . . . TeamNick Anderson. . . . . OrlandoStacey Augmon. . . . . AtlantaTerrell Brandon. . . . ClevelandCedric Ceballos. . . . PhoenixLarry Johnson. . . . . CharlotteShawn Kemp . . . . . . SeattleJohn Starks. . . . . . New YorkDoug West. . . . . . . MinnesotaLONG-DISTANCE SHOOTOUTLarry Bird. . . . . . . BostonCraig Ehlo. . . . . . . ClevelandCraig Hodges. . . . . . ChicagoJeff Hornacek . . . . . PhoenixJim Les . . . . . . . . SacramentoDrazen Petrovic . . . . New JerseyMitch Richmond.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | January 11, 1995
LANDOVER -- The Atlanta Hawks' Mookie Blaylock entered last night's game against the Washington Bullets second in the league in steals, yet when the announcer yelled "two minutes" to the crowd, the guard with the fastest hands in the league had no steals to his name.No problem. Blaylock was simply saving his best for last.He recorded three steals over the game's final 1:44 -- victimizing Calbert Cheaney twice -- to help the Hawks steal a win from the Bullets, 99-96, before 12,345 at USAir Arena.
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By Bert Graeff and Bert Graeff,Special to The Sun | December 23, 1990
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- Cleveland Cavaliers coach Lenny Wilkens alternated Chucky Brown, Craig Ehlo, Larry Nance and Danny Ferry in an attempt to slow Bernard King.Unfortunately for Wilkens, he could not use all four at the same time.King scored a season-high 46 points, hitting 20 of 29 shots in leading the Washington Bullets to a 109-89 victory over the Cavaliers last night before 12,543 at the Richfield Coliseum.Harvey Grant, scoring 16 second-half points, added 24. Ledell Eackles gave Bullets coach Wes Unseld 13 points off the bench.
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November 13, 1991
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- Mark Price, playing for the first time in nearly a year, hit his first three shots and inspired two critical surges as Cleveland won its home opener.Price missed most of last season and the first five games this season because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee sustained last Nov. 30. He was activated for last night's game several weeks ahead of doctors' original expectations, and had 11 points and four assists in 15 minutes.Brad Daugherty scored 25 points and Craig Ehlo scored 22, including four 3-pointers, helping Cleveland build a 26-point second-half lead.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | January 11, 1995
LANDOVER -- The Atlanta Hawks' Mookie Blaylock entered last night's game against the Washington Bullets second in the league in steals, yet when the announcer yelled "two minutes" to the crowd, the guard with the fastest hands in the league had no steals to his name.No problem. Blaylock was simply saving his best for last.He recorded three steals over the game's final 1:44 -- victimizing Calbert Cheaney twice -- to help the Hawks steal a win from the Bullets, 99-96, before 12,345 at USAir Arena.
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March 13, 1992
Baseball Baltimore Orioles -- Assigned C Mike Lehman, OF Mark Smith and P Amalio Carreno to minor-league camp.Cleveland Indians -- Agreed to terms with OF Alex Cole and P Jack Armstrong on two-year contracts.New York Mets -- Agreed to terms with P John Franco (30 or more saves in each of the past five years) on a two-year contract extension, making him the highest paid reliever in baseball. He will be paid $3.5 million for both the 1993 and 1994 seasons, as well as a $1 million signing bonus for a total of $8 million during the length of the two-year deal.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | December 22, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Washington Bullets have been desperately searching for a go-to guy this season.They found him last night in Rex Chapman, who ended a puzzling slump to score a career-high 37 points on 16-of-20 shooting, including five of six from three-point range.Three of Chapman's bombs came in overtime, but somehow that wasn't enough as the Cleveland Cavaliers won the Capital Centre shootout, 111-107, hitting all seven of their shots in the extra session.It added up to a seventh straight loss for the Bullets (7-17)
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | March 17, 1992
LANDOVER -- The 1991-92 Cleveland Cavaliers boast what former Baltimore manager Earl Weaver called "deep depth" when his Orioles ruled the American League.Challenged by one of the season's best efforts from the struggling Washington Bullets last night, Cavaliers coach Lenny Wilkens called on his talented reserves, and they proved the difference in a 111-102 victory before 8,935 at the Capital Centre.Led by sixth man John Williams' 25 points, the Cleveland subs combined for 54 points. They were particularly effective in the fourth quarter when the Cavaliers, trailing 84-80, scored 11 straight points and never looked back.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | December 22, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Washington Bullets have been desperately searching for a go-to guy this season.They found him last night in Rex Chapman, who ended a puzzling slump to score a career-high 37 points on 16-of-20 shooting, including five of six from three-point range.Three of Chapman's bombs came in overtime, but somehow that wasn't enough as the Cleveland Cavaliers won the Capital Centre shootout, 111-107, hitting all seven of their shots in the extra session.It added up to a seventh straight loss for the Bullets (7-17)
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By Michael Arace and Michael Arace,The Hartford Courant | May 18, 1992
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- These were the mighty Boston Celtics, jogging out yesterday in their green-and-white uniforms, brimming with what they claim is a special pride. They were led by three future Hall of Famers with a wealth of experience and a few championships -- a trio buttressed by an enviable record in big games, the kind of games that define the character of a basketball team.They were to be buried in a matter of minutes.Center Robert Parish bounced the ball off his foot on the first possession, and it went downhill from there.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | March 17, 1992
LANDOVER -- The 1991-92 Cleveland Cavaliers boast what former Baltimore manager Earl Weaver called "deep depth" when his Orioles ruled the American League.Challenged by one of the season's best efforts from the struggling Washington Bullets last night, Cavaliers coach Lenny Wilkens called on his talented reserves, and they proved the difference in a 111-102 victory before 8,935 at the Capital Centre.Led by sixth man John Williams' 25 points, the Cleveland subs combined for 54 points. They were particularly effective in the fourth quarter when the Cavaliers, trailing 84-80, scored 11 straight points and never looked back.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | March 17, 1992
LANDOVER -- The 1991-92 Cleveland Cavaliers boast what former Baltimore manager Earl Weaver called "deep depth" when his Orioles ruled the American League.Challenged by one of the season's best efforts from the struggling Washington Bullets last night, Cavaliers coach Lenny Wilkens called on his talented reserves, and they proved the difference in a 111-102 victory before 8,935 at the Capital Centre.Led by sixth man John Williams' 25 points, the Cleveland subs combined for 54 points. They were particularly effective in the fourth quarter when the Cavaliers, trailing 84-80, scored 11 straight points and never looked back.
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March 13, 1992
Baseball Baltimore Orioles -- Assigned C Mike Lehman, OF Mark Smith and P Amalio Carreno to minor-league camp.Cleveland Indians -- Agreed to terms with OF Alex Cole and P Jack Armstrong on two-year contracts.New York Mets -- Agreed to terms with P John Franco (30 or more saves in each of the past five years) on a two-year contract extension, making him the highest paid reliever in baseball. He will be paid $3.5 million for both the 1993 and 1994 seasons, as well as a $1 million signing bonus for a total of $8 million during the length of the two-year deal.
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February 7, 1992
Participants for the NBA's skills competitions tomorrow in Orlando, Fla.:SLAM-DUNKPlayer . . . . . . . . TeamNick Anderson. . . . . OrlandoStacey Augmon. . . . . AtlantaTerrell Brandon. . . . ClevelandCedric Ceballos. . . . PhoenixLarry Johnson. . . . . CharlotteShawn Kemp . . . . . . SeattleJohn Starks. . . . . . New YorkDoug West. . . . . . . MinnesotaLONG-DISTANCE SHOOTOUTLarry Bird. . . . . . . BostonCraig Ehlo. . . . . . . ClevelandCraig Hodges. . . . . . ChicagoJeff Hornacek . . . . . PhoenixJim Les . . . . . . . . SacramentoDrazen Petrovic . . . . New JerseyMitch Richmond.
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By Michael Arace and Michael Arace,The Hartford Courant | May 18, 1992
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- These were the mighty Boston Celtics, jogging out yesterday in their green-and-white uniforms, brimming with what they claim is a special pride. They were led by three future Hall of Famers with a wealth of experience and a few championships -- a trio buttressed by an enviable record in big games, the kind of games that define the character of a basketball team.They were to be buried in a matter of minutes.Center Robert Parish bounced the ball off his foot on the first possession, and it went downhill from there.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | March 17, 1992
LANDOVER -- The 1991-92 Cleveland Cavaliers boast what former Baltimore manager Earl Weaver called "deep depth" when his Orioles ruled the American League.Challenged by one of the season's best efforts from the struggling Washington Bullets last night, Cavaliers coach Lenny Wilkens called on his talented reserves, and they proved the difference in a 111-102 victory before 8,935 at the Capital Centre.Led by sixth man John Williams' 25 points, the Cleveland subs combined for 54 points. They were particularly effective in the fourth quarter when the Cavaliers, trailing 84-80, scored 11 straight points and never looked back.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Evening Sun Staff | January 10, 1992
LANDOVER -- As Dick Vitale might say, "The Washington Bullets just aren't ready for prime time."Last night, they put on a dazzling display of basketball for 15 minutes, running off 17 straight points to grab a 40-23 lead. But that was hardly enough to finish off a title contender such as the Cleveland Cavaliers, who regrouped and rolled to their 10th straight victory, 99-92, before a Capital Centre crowd of 7,441.After blowing their big lead, the Bullets (12-21) fought back from a 10-point deficit early in the fourth quarter to close to 89-88 with four minutes remaining.
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November 13, 1991
RICHFIELD, Ohio -- Mark Price, playing for the first time in nearly a year, hit his first three shots and inspired two critical surges as Cleveland won its home opener.Price missed most of last season and the first five games this season because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee sustained last Nov. 30. He was activated for last night's game several weeks ahead of doctors' original expectations, and had 11 points and four assists in 15 minutes.Brad Daugherty scored 25 points and Craig Ehlo scored 22, including four 3-pointers, helping Cleveland build a 26-point second-half lead.
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