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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 | June 3, 1998
No. 1 Utah (62-20) vs. No. 2 Chicago (62-20)Season series: Utah, 2-0 (101-94, at Chicago, Jan. 25; 101-93, at Utah, Feb. 4).Last round: Utah swept the Los Angeles Lakers in four games, winning the Western Conference finals. Chicago needed seven games to defeat the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference finals.Key players: Utah: Karl Malone (26.9 ppg, 11.0 rpg), John Stockton (11.7 ppg, 7.4 apg), Bryon Russell (11.9 ppg), Jeff Hornacek (10.9 ppg). Chicago: Michael Jordan (31.9 ppg), Scottie Pippen (17.3 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 5.4 apg)
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By Jerry Bembry | June 3, 1998
No. 1 Utah (62-20) vs. No. 2 Chicago (62-20)Season series: Utah, 2-0 (101-94, at Chicago, Jan. 25; 101-93, at Utah, Feb. 4).Last round: Utah swept the Los Angeles Lakers in four games, winning the Western Conference finals. Chicago needed seven games to defeat the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference finals.Key players: Utah: Karl Malone (26.9 ppg, 11.0 rpg), John Stockton (11.7 ppg, 7.4 apg), Bryon Russell (11.9 ppg), Jeff Hornacek (10.9 ppg). Chicago: Michael Jordan (31.9 ppg), Scottie Pippen (17.3 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 5.4 apg)
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By JERRY BEMBRY and JERRY BEMBRY,SUN STAFF | March 29, 1998
Utah Jazz point guard John Stockton, one of the elder statesmen of the NBA, turned 36 Thursday. In the coming months, Karl Malone (July) and Jeff Hornacek (May) will turn 35.To the younger generation of NBA players, the Jazz trio might be referred to as "old heads." But what Stockton, Malone and Hornacek have done over the second half of the season has turned heads.The Chicago Bulls have the best record in the league, but they are closely followed by a Utah team that has the league's best record since the All-Star break.
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By Bob Ford and Bob Ford,Knight-Ridder News Service | June 21, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- Redrawing the map of Europe was idle doodling compared to what the Philadelphia 76ers have undertaken with their roster. Wednesday's bold stroke that eliminated Charles Barkley and added three players -- Andrew Lang, Tim Perry and Jeff Hornacek -- was just the first swipe of the pen.By the time training camp begins, the Sixers will be a radically different team from the one that limped to a 35-47 finish last season. Being different, that's good. Being better, that would be nice, too.Will they be?
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | December 28, 1993
LOS ANGELES -- The Philadelphia 76ers are a team in search of an identity.If they're not careful, they might find it a lot quicker than victories on a brutal seven-game road trip that began last night against the Los Angeles Clippers at the Sports Arena.And, if they're not doubly careful, they might not like the identity they discover."This is where we'll find out what kind of defensive team we really are, whether we can hold down our turnovers on the road, whether we can rebound the way I believe we can," Sixers coach Fred Carter said.
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By Chris Baker and Chris Baker,Los Angeles Times | April 23, 1992
Michael Jordan clutched the Larry O'Brien trophy as if it were a baby, holding it gently as tears dripped onto the prize after the Chicago Bulls had won the NBA championship by defeating the Los Angeles Lakers last season.Will the scene be repeated this season?"There were a lot of expectations on this team coming into the season, and thus far we've surpassed those expectations," Jordan said."We've become a dominant team. A lot of people had some doubts we could do that. They thought we would get complacent with what we accomplished last year.
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By JERRY BEMBRY and JERRY BEMBRY,SUN STAFF | March 29, 1998
Utah Jazz point guard John Stockton, one of the elder statesmen of the NBA, turned 36 Thursday. In the coming months, Karl Malone (July) and Jeff Hornacek (May) will turn 35.To the younger generation of NBA players, the Jazz trio might be referred to as "old heads." But what Stockton, Malone and Hornacek have done over the second half of the season has turned heads.The Chicago Bulls have the best record in the league, but they are closely followed by a Utah team that has the league's best record since the All-Star break.
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July 10, 2000
Quote: "None of the homers I gave up were wind blown. The only way to defend against them [the homers] was not to throw the ball over the plate, and then you'd be in even worse shape." - Cubs' Kevin Tapani, who gave up four to the White Sox in six innings It's a fact: When the All-Star game was at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in 1972, baseball had a hit, pitch and run competition before the game. The winner was Jeff Hornacek, then 9, who later became an NBA All-Star. Who's hot: The Mariners haven't lost a series in their past 11. Who's not: The Pirates' Jose Silva is 1-9 in his past 17 starts.
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May 28, 1993
The Bulls' Michael Jordan and the Suns' Charles Barkley were the only unanimous picks to the 1993 All-NBA First Team. Results of balloting by a nationwide panel of media, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:FIRST TEAM* Forwards -- Charles Barkley, Phoenix (98), 490; Karl Malone, Utah (45), 377.* Center -- Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston (83), 455.Guards -- Michael Jordan, Chicago (98), 490; Mark Price, Cleveland (44), 344.SECOND TEAM* Forwards -- Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta (47)
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | December 28, 1993
LOS ANGELES -- The Philadelphia 76ers are a team in search of an identity.If they're not careful, they might find it a lot quicker than victories on a brutal seven-game road trip that began last night against the Los Angeles Clippers at the Sports Arena.And, if they're not doubly careful, they might not like the identity they discover."This is where we'll find out what kind of defensive team we really are, whether we can hold down our turnovers on the road, whether we can rebound the way I believe we can," Sixers coach Fred Carter said.
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By Bob Ford and Bob Ford,Knight-Ridder News Service | June 21, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- Redrawing the map of Europe was idle doodling compared to what the Philadelphia 76ers have undertaken with their roster. Wednesday's bold stroke that eliminated Charles Barkley and added three players -- Andrew Lang, Tim Perry and Jeff Hornacek -- was just the first swipe of the pen.By the time training camp begins, the Sixers will be a radically different team from the one that limped to a 35-47 finish last season. Being different, that's good. Being better, that would be nice, too.Will they be?
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By Chris Baker and Chris Baker,Los Angeles Times | April 23, 1992
Michael Jordan clutched the Larry O'Brien trophy as if it were a baby, holding it gently as tears dripped onto the prize after the Chicago Bulls had won the NBA championship by defeating the Los Angeles Lakers last season.Will the scene be repeated this season?"There were a lot of expectations on this team coming into the season, and thus far we've surpassed those expectations," Jordan said."We've become a dominant team. A lot of people had some doubts we could do that. They thought we would get complacent with what we accomplished last year.
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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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April 8, 1997
BaseballNL: Named Rockies OF Larry Walker Player of the Week.Astros: Placed 3B Sean Berry (injured right groin muscle) on 15-day DL. Bought contract of IF Russ Johnson.Mariners: Signed P Mike Maddux to minor-league contract.Mets: Placed former Orioles P Pete Harnisch (sleeplessness) on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 2. Recalled P Joe Crawford from Triple-A Norfolk.Reds: Optioned OF Ozzie Timmons to Triple-A Indianapolis.BasketballNBA: Named Pistons F Grant Hill Player of the Week. Named Cavaliers G Terrell Brandon, Jazz F Jeff Hornacek, Kings G Mitch Richmond and Knicks F Buck Williams divisional winners for the 1996-97 NBA Sportsmanship Award.
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June 18, 1992
BASEBALL American League* CHICAGO WHITE SOX -- Recalled Roberto Hernandez, pitcher, from Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League. Sent Matt Merullo, catcher, to Vancouver.* NEW YORK YANKEES -- Activated Jesse Barfield, outfielder, from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned Pat Kelly, infielder, to Columbus of the International League.* OAKLAND ATHLETICS -- Activated Rickey Henderson, outfielder, from the 15-day disabled list. Placed Randy Ready, infielder, on the 15-day disabled list.National League* FLORIDA MARLINS -- Named Adolfo Salgueiro assistant media relations director.
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