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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 17, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Utah Jazz are playing in a new arena in Salt Lake City this season, but would be just as happy to play all its games at the friendly Capital Centre.Utah recorded its eighth straight victory here last night, using the clutch shooting of former Bullets guard Jeff Malone and timely rebounding to defeat Washington, 107-98.The Bullets (4-6), who last beat the Jazz in Utah in 1987, were in excellent position to extend their two-game winning streak. They closed within a point four times in the fourth quarter, but never made the crucial shot.
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By Bryan Rodgers and Bryan Rodgers,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 7, 2000
SAN DIEGO -- The BayRunners' road woes continued last night as Baltimore dropped a 99-92 decision to the San Diego Stingrays before 5,046 at the Sports Arena. Kirk King scored 20 points for the Stingrays, who broke an eight-game losing streak. San Diego also got 19 points from Maurice Carter. Baltimore, which dropped to 1-9 on the road, held a 17-point lead before finishing the first quarter with a 32-17 lead. "Great first quarter," BayRunners coach Herb Brooks said. "Horrendous second quarter, though.
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By Kamon Simpson and Kamon Simpson,Knight-Ridder News Service | January 8, 1991
ATLANTA -- John Stockton laughed, rolled his eyes and looked over at teammate Mark Eaton. He lifted his hand as if he were holding something and started to speak very slowly."
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By Mitch Lawrence and Mitch Lawrence,Dallas Morning News | May 27, 1992
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Portland kept its cool. Utah lost John Stockton for the last 29 minutes. Care to guess the result last night in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals?The Trail Blazers, assailed for losing their poise Sunday, needed all their composure as they were put to the ultimate test by the depleted Jazz. Portland passed it, but required a five-minute overtime session to outlast Utah, 127-121, before a sellout crowd of 12,888 in the Memorial Coliseum.Portland took a 3-2 series lead against a Jazz team that had to play the second half without Stockton, the NBA's top assist man the last five seasons.
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By Chris Maathuis and Chris Maathuis,Special to The Sun | December 4, 1990
SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Jazz had a 22-2 lead before the Washington Bullets had a chance to break a sweat and rolled to a 135-101 victory last night. The point total was a season high for Utah.Karl Malone and Jeff Malone combined for 66 points with season-high totals. Karl Malone had 38 points and 15 rebounds, and former Bullet Jeff Malone had 28 points and seven rebounds."I wanted to beat these guys," said Jeff Malone. "It's a new experience to come out and play in front of a packed house."
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By Sandra McKee | March 6, 1991
Vs. UTAH JAZZ* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: HTS; WTOP-1500 AM.* OUTLOOK: Guard Jeff Malone returns to the Capital Centre for the first time since he was traded to the Jazz last summer. He returns with his team in first place in the Midwest Division, and his 19.2 scoring average is second on the team behind Karl Malone's 28.4.Even without Jeff Malone, the Jazz has been a tough target for the Bullets. Washington has lost six straight meetings here dating to Nov. 19, 1983, and has not beaten Utah anywhere since Feb. 20, 1987.
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By Kevin Niendorf and Kevin Niendorf,Special to The Evening Sun | December 5, 1991
SALT LAKE CITY -- The road-weary, injury-plagued Washington Bullets dropped a 101-74 decision here last night to the Utah Jazz to finish a four-game Western road trip with three straight losses.When asked if there was anything positive about the 27-point loss, coach Wes Unseld was quick to respond:"We're going home."The Bullets players seemed to agree with Unseld as they somberly left the locker room."We had a chance at least the other two games, but we didn't even give ourselves a chance tonight," said Harvey Grant, who scored a team-high 22 points.
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By Mitch Lawrence and Mitch Lawrence,Dallas Morning News | May 27, 1992
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Portland kept its cool. Utah lost John Stockton for the last 29 minutes. Care to guess the result last night in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals?The Trail Blazers, assailed for losing their poise Sunday, needed all their composure as they were put to the ultimate test by the depleted Jazz. Portland passed it, but required a five-minute overtime session to outlast Utah, 127-121, before a sellout crowd of 12,888 in the Memorial Coliseum.Portland took a 3-2 series lead against a Jazz team that had to play the second half without Stockton, the NBA's top assist man the last five seasons.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | March 7, 1991
LANDOVER -- Utah guard Jeff Malone said he wouldn't do it. Said he wouldn't put his arms in the air and clench his fists in victory, if the Jazz won. Said he just couldn't do it. Not here. Not against his former teammates.But he did."I couldn't hide the fact that I'm glad we won," he said after Utah's 104-93 victory at the Capital Centre last night. "It's a tough situation, but I don't feel bad about winning. The Bullets, they'll get going. Hopefully, one day, they'll turn it around."It was Malone's first appearance here since he was traded in a three-way deal that brought center Pervis Ellison to Washington.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 17, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Utah Jazz are playing in a spanking new arena in Salt Lake City this season, but would be just as happy to play all its games at the friendly Capital Centre.Utah recorded its eighth straight victory here last night, using the clutch shooting of former Bullets guard Jeff Malone and timely rebounding to defeat the Washington Bullets, 107-98.The Bullets (4-6), who last beat the Jazz in Utah in 1987, were in excellent position to extend their modest two-game winning streak. Four times in the fourth quarter they closed to within a point, but could never make the crucial shot.
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By Kevin Niendorf and Kevin Niendorf,Special to The Evening Sun | December 5, 1991
SALT LAKE CITY -- The road-weary, injury-plagued Washington Bullets dropped a 101-74 decision here last night to the Utah Jazz to finish a four-game Western road trip with three straight losses.When asked if there was anything positive about the 27-point loss, coach Wes Unseld was quick to respond:"We're going home."The Bullets players seemed to agree with Unseld as they somberly left the locker room."We had a chance at least the other two games, but we didn't even give ourselves a chance tonight," said Harvey Grant, who scored a team-high 22 points.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 17, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Utah Jazz are playing in a spanking new arena in Salt Lake City this season, but would be just as happy to play all its games at the friendly Capital Centre.Utah recorded its eighth straight victory here last night, using the clutch shooting of former Bullets guard Jeff Malone and timely rebounding to defeat the Washington Bullets, 107-98.The Bullets (4-6), who last beat the Jazz in Utah in 1987, were in excellent position to extend their modest two-game winning streak. Four times in the fourth quarter they closed to within a point, but could never make the crucial shot.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 17, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Utah Jazz are playing in a new arena in Salt Lake City this season, but would be just as happy to play all its games at the friendly Capital Centre.Utah recorded its eighth straight victory here last night, using the clutch shooting of former Bullets guard Jeff Malone and timely rebounding to defeat Washington, 107-98.The Bullets (4-6), who last beat the Jazz in Utah in 1987, were in excellent position to extend their two-game winning streak. They closed within a point four times in the fourth quarter, but never made the crucial shot.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | March 7, 1991
LANDOVER -- Utah guard Jeff Malone said he wouldn't do it. Said he wouldn't put his arms in the air and clench his fists in victory, if the Jazz won. Said he just couldn't do it. Not here. Not against his former teammates.But he did."I couldn't hide the fact that I'm glad we won," he said after Utah's 104-93 victory at the Capital Centre last night. "It's a tough situation, but I don't feel bad about winning. The Bullets, they'll get going. Hopefully, one day, they'll turn it around."It was Malone's first appearance here since he was traded in a three-way deal that brought center Pervis Ellison to Washington.
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By Sandra McKee | March 6, 1991
Vs. UTAH JAZZ* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: HTS; WTOP-1500 AM.* OUTLOOK: Guard Jeff Malone returns to the Capital Centre for the first time since he was traded to the Jazz last summer. He returns with his team in first place in the Midwest Division, and his 19.2 scoring average is second on the team behind Karl Malone's 28.4.Even without Jeff Malone, the Jazz has been a tough target for the Bullets. Washington has lost six straight meetings here dating to Nov. 19, 1983, and has not beaten Utah anywhere since Feb. 20, 1987.
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By Kamon Simpson and Kamon Simpson,Knight-Ridder News Service | January 8, 1991
ATLANTA -- John Stockton laughed, rolled his eyes and looked over at teammate Mark Eaton. He lifted his hand as if he were holding something and started to speak very slowly."
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By Alan Goldstein | September 18, 1990
The uncertain physical status of forward John Williams and a contract impasse with guard Ledell Eackles have combined to curtail possible trades, Washington Bullets general manager John Nash said yesterday.Nash held exploratory talks with several teams at the National Basketball Association summer meeting in Boca Raton, Fla., last weekend, but nothing materialized. No trade was made during the get-together of league owners, general managers and coaches."It may take us into preseason [training camps begins Oct. 5]
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By Bryan Rodgers and Bryan Rodgers,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 7, 2000
SAN DIEGO -- The BayRunners' road woes continued last night as Baltimore dropped a 99-92 decision to the San Diego Stingrays before 5,046 at the Sports Arena. Kirk King scored 20 points for the Stingrays, who broke an eight-game losing streak. San Diego also got 19 points from Maurice Carter. Baltimore, which dropped to 1-9 on the road, held a 17-point lead before finishing the first quarter with a 32-17 lead. "Great first quarter," BayRunners coach Herb Brooks said. "Horrendous second quarter, though.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 14, 1990
BOWIE -- After former Washington Bullets guard Jeff Malone averaged 33.1 points in his past three games for the Utah Jazz, including 43 against the Golden State Warriors Tuesday night, the Jazz front office received an anonymous phone call."
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By Chris Maathuis and Chris Maathuis,Special to The Sun | December 4, 1990
SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Jazz had a 22-2 lead before the Washington Bullets had a chance to break a sweat and rolled to a 135-101 victory last night. The point total was a season high for Utah.Karl Malone and Jeff Malone combined for 66 points with season-high totals. Karl Malone had 38 points and 15 rebounds, and former Bullet Jeff Malone had 28 points and seven rebounds."I wanted to beat these guys," said Jeff Malone. "It's a new experience to come out and play in front of a packed house."
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