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November 19, 1990
Because of incorrect information supplied by the Associated Press, a photograph of Haywoode Workman of the Washington Bullets was identified incorrectly as Bernard King in yesterday's editions.
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March 27, 2000
Baseball Angels: Optioned P Juan Alvarez to Triple-A Edmonton. Astros: Assigned IF Julio Lugo, IF Tripp Cromer and OF Lance Berkman to minor-league camp. Indians: Re-assigned P Chris Haney to minor-league camp. Braves: Signed P Greg McMichael to minor-league contract. Reds: Assigned former Orioles P Bobby Munoz and P Osvaldo Fernandez to Triple-A Louisville. Giants: Optioned P Miguel Del Toro to Triple-A Fresno. Rangers: Assigned P Brian Sikorski and P Chuck Smith to Triple-A Oklahoma.
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November 18, 1990
Because of incorrect information supplied by the Associated Press, a photograph of Haywoode Workman of the Washington Bullets was identified incorrectly as Bernard King in yesterday's editions.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | July 11, 1992
With contract negotiations at an impasse, Washington Bullets general manager John Nash said yesterday that he is prepared for the possibility of playing the upcoming season without first-round draft choice Tom Gugliotta, the All-ACC forward from North Carolina State who was the sixth player chosen in the 1992 NBA draft."
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By Jim Henneman | February 6, 1991
VS. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* WHERE: Philadelphia Spectrum.* TV/RADIO: Channel 20, WTOP-AM 1500.* OUTLOOK: The Bullets (20-26) barely have enough healthy players to meet the league requirement that calls for at least eight players in uniform. Some of those in uniform might not be healthy enough to perform, but Bernard King will be ready. So will Ledell Eackles and Mark Alarie. But guards Darrell Walker and Haywoode Workman and centers Charles Jones and Pervis Ellison are among the walking wounded.
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March 27, 2000
Baseball Angels: Optioned P Juan Alvarez to Triple-A Edmonton. Astros: Assigned IF Julio Lugo, IF Tripp Cromer and OF Lance Berkman to minor-league camp. Indians: Re-assigned P Chris Haney to minor-league camp. Braves: Signed P Greg McMichael to minor-league contract. Reds: Assigned former Orioles P Bobby Munoz and P Osvaldo Fernandez to Triple-A Louisville. Giants: Optioned P Miguel Del Toro to Triple-A Fresno. Rangers: Assigned P Brian Sikorski and P Chuck Smith to Triple-A Oklahoma.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 6, 1991
BOWIE -- Clinton Smith had his bags packed for a flight to Manila yesterday, equipped with a lucrative offer to play basketball for a team called Alaska in the Philippine Professional League, plus enough airline mileage credits for three round trips anywhere in the world."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | July 11, 1992
With contract negotiations at an impasse, Washington Bullets general manager John Nash said yesterday that he is prepared for the possibility of playing the upcoming season without first-round draft choice Tom Gugliotta, the All-ACC forward from North Carolina State who was the sixth player chosen in the 1992 NBA draft."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | October 23, 1990
Former Loyola College star Mike Morrison will spend most of his time on the telephone today, talking to his agent and other NBA sources, looking for a new opportunity.Morrison and former American University standout Ron Draper were cut by the Washington Bullets yesterday, just before evening practice."I tried to do my best for the Bullets," said Morrison. "You're always disappointed when things don't work out. But I'm going to try to keep my motivation and look for some new opportunities."
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By Alan Goldstein | September 25, 1991
Kurk Lee, a high-scoring guard who led Towson State to a 1990 NCAA tournament berth and a near-upset of regional top seed Oklahoma will be one of four former area basketball stars bidding for a roster spot with the Washington Bullets when training camp opens at Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg Tuesday afternoon.Lee, released by the New Jersey Nets after making the team as a free agent last season, will be joined by former Maryland standouts Albert King and Cedric Lewis and Coppin State alumnus Larry Stewart.
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By Ian Love and Ian Love,Special to The Sun | March 17, 1991
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Even against the New Jerse Nets, the Washington Bullets could ill afford the effort they displayed last night.The Bullets -- playing without Bernard King and Charles Jones -- scored just 17 points in the final period and lost, 110-86, to the Nets.The victory was the career 800th for New Jersey coach Bill Fitch, who is fourth on the all-time list behind Red Auerbach, Jack Ramsay and Sacramento Kings coach Dick Motta."Eight hundred wins is really the 800,000 people who have helped me get there," said Fitch.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 24, 1991
LANDOVER -- The New York Knicks found the best way to deal with growing dissension and distractions at the Capital Centre last night.They overcame a 21-point deficit in the second half and beat the Washington Bullets, 104-101, on Trent Tucker's three-point shot with two-tenths of a second remaining.With one dramatic victory, center Patrick Ewing's contract hassle, guard Mark Jackson's two-game suspension, and constant team turmoil were all forgotten in the joyous Knicks dressing room.Said Tucker, the veteran guard who had been buried in coach John MacLeod's doghouse as recently as three weeks ago: "Once the trade deadline passed, we knew these were the guys who were going to be on our team.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 22, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Washington Bullets got caught looking ahead to playing two critical games in the next five days against the New York Knicks and were scorched by the expansion Miami Heat, 104-90, at the Capital Centre last night.Given an opportunity to replace the Knicks, who lost at home to the Seattle SuperSonics last night, in the eighth and final Eastern Conference playoff spot, the Bullets (22-32) responded with their flattest effort of the season. There were only 7,183 witnesses.Coach Wes Unseld, who had only 10 healthy bodies available with guards Darrell Walker (knee)
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By Sandra McKee | February 22, 1991
VS. NEW YORK KNICKS* WHERE: Capital Centre.* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.* TV/RADIO: HTS; WTOP-AM 1500.* OUTLOOK: The Bullets (22-32) and the Knicks (22-31) are in a neck-and-neck battle for third place in the Atlantic Division for the final playoff spot. The two play here tomorrow and then meet again Tuesday in New York. As center Pervis Ellison says, "These games are pivotal."The good news for the Bullets is that point guard Darrell Walker (right knee) worked out before last night's game, a 104-90 loss to Miami, and felt fine.
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By Alan Goldstein | February 21, 1991
In his first month on the job, Washington Bullets general manager John Nash made a blockbuster deal -- guard Jeff Malone for forward/center Pervis Ellison, and a minor one involving reserve guards -- Steve Colter for Byron Irvin.But Nash, who first gained a reputation as an active trader in four years as general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers, has also learned patience.With the National Basketball Association trade deadline at midnight tonight, there is little reason to believe the Bullets will be making any deals, big or small.
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