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By Ryan Hood and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2013
Alex Len sat down with ESPN's Jalen Rose and Bill Simmons for a mock job interview as part of Grantland's The Full NBA Job Interview series. The 11-minute interview covered numerous topics , from Len's roots in gymnastics, his transition to America from Ukraine, Ukrainian women and his first potential purchase with an NBA contract The trio also analyzed some game film of the former Maryland star. Simmons likened Len to Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert in terms of ability when he came out of Georgetown.  Len says he's done his research on Hibbert.
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By Ryan Hood and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2013
Alex Len sat down with ESPN's Jalen Rose and Bill Simmons for a mock job interview as part of Grantland's The Full NBA Job Interview series. The 11-minute interview covered numerous topics , from Len's roots in gymnastics, his transition to America from Ukraine, Ukrainian women and his first potential purchase with an NBA contract The trio also analyzed some game film of the former Maryland star. Simmons likened Len to Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert in terms of ability when he came out of Georgetown.  Len says he's done his research on Hibbert.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | February 12, 1995
PHOENIX -- When Washington Bullets forward Juwan Howard got back to his locker, he found a check there -- his fee for appearing in last night's All-Star Rookie Game."
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2003
CHICAGO - There was 13 years' worth of pent-up emotion waiting for Michael Jordan at the United Center last night, and he really didn't want any of it. In what is presumed to be the last game that he will play in the city he put on the basketball map, Jordan reluctantly accepted a four-minute pre-game ovation before grabbing a microphone and, in a sense, asking the crowd to stop and let him play one final time. Given how poorly he and the Washington Wizards played, Jordan perhaps should have let the crowd keep cheering, to forestall the 104-97 loss the Chicago Bulls hung on him - the first time Chicago has beaten Jordan since he returned to the NBA last season.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | March 29, 1993
SEATTLE -- It hadn't been a pleasurable tournament for Jalen Rose. Michigan's second-leading scorer a year ago and a huge reason why the Wolverines made it to the Final Four, Rose came to Seattle having been yanked in overtime of the team's second-round win over UCLA."
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September 4, 2002
Jurisprudence Knight agrees to pay $25,000 for shoving former IU assistant Former Indiana men's basketball coach Bob Knight will pay $25,000 to a former assistant coach after signing an agreement in which he admitted to shoving Ron Felling in anger, Felling's attorney said. William Potter, Felling's attorney, said Knight, now coach at Texas Tech, agreed to the conditions Friday after coming to Indianapolis for a mediation hearing. Felling originally asked for $1 million, but Knight's attorney, Russell Yates, said their request continued to decline throughout the day. When the sum of $25,000 was proposed, Yates said he convinced Knight it would make more sense to accept the deal.
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By Mitch Albom and Mitch Albom,Detroit Free Press | March 10, 1993
DETROIT -- Maybe you are lucky enough not to live in the lo end of the city, and so the idea of being someplace where drugs are used, or sold, or both, still seems shocking. It isn't. It happens all the time in Detroit.So it is really no jolt that Jalen Rose, a city kid, a Detroit kid, was in a house where drugs were found last October. This does not make him an addict. Or a user. Or a dealer. He is none of those. He is a city kid who has friends, old friends, from way before he wore that maize and blue uniform, and some of those friends are involved with drugs.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | April 6, 1992
MINNEAPOLIS -- The ghosts of another college basketball championship team will be on the court with Michigan and Duke tonight at the Metrodome when the Wolverines and Blue Devils meet in the 1992 NCAA final.It will be the ghosts of last year's Nevada-Las Vegas team, those undefeated overdogs, who, after pounding Duke by 30 points in the 1990 final in Denver, were upset by the Blue Devils at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis.The starters on this year's Michigan team said yesterday that they rooted for the Runnin' Rebels as they watched last year's semifinal against Duke.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2003
CHICAGO - There was 13 years' worth of pent-up emotion waiting for Michael Jordan at the United Center last night, and he really didn't want any of it. In what is presumed to be the last game that he will play in the city he put on the basketball map, Jordan reluctantly accepted a four-minute pre-game ovation before grabbing a microphone and, in a sense, asking the crowd to stop and let him play one final time. Given how poorly he and the Washington Wizards played, Jordan perhaps should have let the crowd keep cheering, to forestall the 104-97 loss the Chicago Bulls hung on him - the first time Chicago has beaten Jordan since he returned to the NBA last season.
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By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | December 19, 1999
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- There was nowhere to be but under the cylinder, because quite simply, the ball didn't stand a chance of going anywhere but directly and perfectly through it. So there young J.B. Bickerstaff stood, a ballboy in Seattle Center Coliseum, the thwack of leather snapping against nylon right above his noggin, rebounding for the guy with the hayseed accent and funny-looking mustache. It was a routine. The shooter would call a name of a SuperSonic he might score against.
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September 4, 2002
Jurisprudence Knight agrees to pay $25,000 for shoving former IU assistant Former Indiana men's basketball coach Bob Knight will pay $25,000 to a former assistant coach after signing an agreement in which he admitted to shoving Ron Felling in anger, Felling's attorney said. William Potter, Felling's attorney, said Knight, now coach at Texas Tech, agreed to the conditions Friday after coming to Indianapolis for a mediation hearing. Felling originally asked for $1 million, but Knight's attorney, Russell Yates, said their request continued to decline throughout the day. When the sum of $25,000 was proposed, Yates said he convinced Knight it would make more sense to accept the deal.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | June 17, 2000
INDIANAPOLIS - Jalen Rose may have been the most adamant of all the Indiana Pacers, shaking his head as if he would personally see to it that a celebration would not occur. This happened the day bex fore Game 5 of the NBA Fix nals when Rose met with the media and the question was posed to him about a possix ble Los Angeles Lakers corox nation ceremony on his team's home floor. He then went out last night and scored 32 points - in about every way imaginable - in the Pacers' 120-87 win over Los Angeles in front of 18,345 at Conseco Fieldhouse last night.
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By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | December 19, 1999
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- There was nowhere to be but under the cylinder, because quite simply, the ball didn't stand a chance of going anywhere but directly and perfectly through it. So there young J.B. Bickerstaff stood, a ballboy in Seattle Center Coliseum, the thwack of leather snapping against nylon right above his noggin, rebounding for the guy with the hayseed accent and funny-looking mustache. It was a routine. The shooter would call a name of a SuperSonic he might score against.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1999
NEW YORK -- One is a slow, aging veteran whose better days are behind him. The other might one day get his wish to be a starting point guard, but these days he is plying his trade as a backup.If the Indiana Pacers advance to the NBA Finals, they can credit their two southpaw small forwards -- Chris Mullin and Jalen Rose -- for their play in the pivotal 90-78 Game 4 win on Monday that evened the best-of-seven Eastern Conference finals at two games.It was a case of the Knicks getting hammered by two different styles -- old school and new school.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | February 12, 1995
PHOENIX -- When Washington Bullets forward Juwan Howard got back to his locker, he found a check there -- his fee for appearing in last night's All-Star Rookie Game."
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By Mark Whicker and Mark Whicker,Orange County (Calif.) Register | April 6, 1993
NEW ORLEANS -- People who know no basketball now will know Chris Webber.This was once his ambition. Today it is his curse.Richard Nixon could remind him how long it took America to forget his Last Press Conference; Jackie Smith, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys, still gets calls about a Super Bowl pass that he dropped in the end zone, 14 years ago.Chris Webber will make tens of millions of dollars playing this game. He will be able to buy anything he wants. Except immunity.He will always be the young man who called a timeout when Michigan had none, 11 seconds left in a train wreck of an NCAA championship game.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1999
NEW YORK -- One is a slow, aging veteran whose better days are behind him. The other might one day get his wish to be a starting point guard, but these days he is plying his trade as a backup.If the Indiana Pacers advance to the NBA Finals, they can credit their two southpaw small forwards -- Chris Mullin and Jalen Rose -- for their play in the pivotal 90-78 Game 4 win on Monday that evened the best-of-seven Eastern Conference finals at two games.It was a case of the Knicks getting hammered by two different styles -- old school and new school.
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By Mark Whicker and Mark Whicker,Orange County (Calif.) Register | April 6, 1993
NEW ORLEANS -- People who know no basketball now will know Chris Webber.This was once his ambition. Today it is his curse.Richard Nixon could remind him how long it took America to forget his Last Press Conference; Jackie Smith, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys, still gets calls about a Super Bowl pass that he dropped in the end zone, 14 years ago.Chris Webber will make tens of millions of dollars playing this game. He will be able to buy anything he wants. Except immunity.He will always be the young man who called a timeout when Michigan had none, 11 seconds left in a train wreck of an NCAA championship game.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | March 29, 1993
SEATTLE -- It hadn't been a pleasurable tournament for Jalen Rose. Michigan's second-leading scorer a year ago and a huge reason why the Wolverines made it to the Final Four, Rose came to Seattle having been yanked in overtime of the team's second-round win over UCLA."
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By Mitch Albom and Mitch Albom,Detroit Free Press | March 10, 1993
DETROIT -- Maybe you are lucky enough not to live in the lo end of the city, and so the idea of being someplace where drugs are used, or sold, or both, still seems shocking. It isn't. It happens all the time in Detroit.So it is really no jolt that Jalen Rose, a city kid, a Detroit kid, was in a house where drugs were found last October. This does not make him an addict. Or a user. Or a dealer. He is none of those. He is a city kid who has friends, old friends, from way before he wore that maize and blue uniform, and some of those friends are involved with drugs.
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