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December 3, 2009
The New Jersey Nets were pounded into NBA infamy Wednesday night, falling 117-101 to the Mavericks for their 18th straight loss to start the season. The Mavs made 17 of 19 shots and opened a 27-point lead in a nearly flawless second quarter, burying the Nets early. The Nets passed the 1988-89 Heat and 1999 Clippers, who both dropped their first 17 games. New Jersey's next chance to end the streak comes Friday at home against the Bobcats. • Allen Iverson signed a one-year, non-guaranteed contract with the 76ers three years after their acrimonious split led to his trade.
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December 3, 2009
The New Jersey Nets were pounded into NBA infamy Wednesday night, falling 117-101 to the Mavericks for their 18th straight loss to start the season. The Mavs made 17 of 19 shots and opened a 27-point lead in a nearly flawless second quarter, burying the Nets early. The Nets passed the 1988-89 Heat and 1999 Clippers, who both dropped their first 17 games. New Jersey's next chance to end the streak comes Friday at home against the Bobcats. • Allen Iverson signed a one-year, non-guaranteed contract with the 76ers three years after their acrimonious split led to his trade.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 23, 1993
The first match of the season for Old Mill's 210-pound junior heavyweight Bob Shaffer ended quickly: He was pinned by Walt Whitman's top-ranked Emil Dolzeal, a 275-pounder.But since that bout -- more than a month ago -- Old Mill coach Mike Hampe said, "Bob's been fighting back," and last night's 34-26 victory over DeMatha (6-2) was a good example.Shaffer faced an imposing challenge in the Stags' 270-pound Paul Fitzmaurice with the match and the Patriots' 25-match winning streakon the line.
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By Milton Kent | October 30, 2000
Midwest Division San Antonio Spurs 1999-2000 record: 53-29 (2nd); eliminated by Phoenix in first round Coach: Gregg Popovich (163-115 in four seasons) Key addition: G Derek Anderson Key subtraction: none What can go right: Tim Duncan and Sean Elliott come back healthy, Anderson makes opponents pay for doubling down on either Robinson or Duncan, and the bench stays productive. What can go wrong: Either Duncan or Robinson misses significant time and Avery Johnson loses a step. Likely scenario: Provided they don't have to face both the Lakers and the Blazers, the Spurs have the guns to return to the championship round.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 17, 1994
Mount St. Joseph isn't the only private-school wrestling power with Howard County connections.DeMatha coach Dick Messier, an Elkridge resident, and his 160-pound son, Steve (a 14-5 record), helped the Stags edge defending 1A-2A state champ Northeast for the title in last weekend's Arundel Tournament.Messier's Stags, ranked No. 5 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, had individual champs in top-ranked Todd Beckerman (103, 23-0), No. 2 Jerry Sloan (135, 21-4) and No. 3 Matt Allman (152, 23-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 7, 1994
Third-ranked Northeast edged No. 14 Broadneck, 175-163, Saturday in the host Bruins' eight-team wrestling invitational, with one of the Eagles' six champs, Ron Katzenberger (160, 17-4), pulling a 6-5 title-bout upset over South Carroll's fifth-ranked Mike Chenoweth (20-1, 17 pins).Another Northeast champ, Mike Kusick (eight pins) scored his fourth technical fall over Severna Park's No. 2 Jamie Kuch. Kuch, last year's 3A-4A state runner-up, had won a 9-0 semifinal bout over Thomas Johnson's fifth-ranked Joey Ottinger.
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By Milton Kent | October 30, 2000
Midwest Division San Antonio Spurs 1999-2000 record: 53-29 (2nd); eliminated by Phoenix in first round Coach: Gregg Popovich (163-115 in four seasons) Key addition: G Derek Anderson Key subtraction: none What can go right: Tim Duncan and Sean Elliott come back healthy, Anderson makes opponents pay for doubling down on either Robinson or Duncan, and the bench stays productive. What can go wrong: Either Duncan or Robinson misses significant time and Avery Johnson loses a step. Likely scenario: Provided they don't have to face both the Lakers and the Blazers, the Spurs have the guns to return to the championship round.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | June 8, 1998
CHICAGO -- What happened to Karl Malone in the first two games of the NBA Finals was surprising. What happened to Malone and his Utah Jazz teammates in Game 3 last night, at the hands of the Chicago Bulls' suffocating defense, was downright shocking.Looking to bounce back from a loss that cost the team home-court advantage, the Jazz responded with the lowest-scoring game in the history of the NBA's post-shot clock era.Yes, it turned out to be a record-breaking night for the Jazz in a 96-54 loss that gave the Bulls a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.
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May 22, 1992
The Golden State Warriors' Don Nelson was selected as the NBA Coach of the Year yesterday. Voting results as selected by a 96-member panel of the media:Don Nelson, Golden State.. .. .. 26Pat Riley, New York.. .. .. .. . 21Phil Jackson, Chicago.. .. .. .. 17Larry Brown, Los Angeles.. .. .. .7Lenny Wilkens, Cleveland.. .. .. .6Bill Fitch, New Jersey.. .. .. .. 4Mike Dunleavy, L.A. Lakers.. .. . 3Chris Ford, Boston.. .. .. .. .. .3Jerry Sloan, Utah.. .. .. .. .. . 2Chuck Daly, Detroit.. .. .. .. .. 2Kevin Loughery, Miami.
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April 17, 1993
BaseballBoston Red Sox -- Sent SS John Valentin to Triple-A Pawtucket on a 20-day rehabilitation assignment.Detroit Tigers -- Placed OF Dan Gladden on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Monday.Montreal Expos -- Activated C Tim McIntosh.Seattle Mariners -- Placed 2B Wally Backman on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Monday. Recalled SS Bret Boone from Triple-A Calgary.HTexas Rangers -- Activated SS Manuel Lee from 15-day DL.BasketballNBA -- Suspended Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan for one game without pay and fined him $2,000 for bumping a referee in a game Thursday.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 7, 1994
Third-ranked Northeast edged No. 14 Broadneck, 175-163, Saturday in the host Bruins' eight-team wrestling invitational, with one of the Eagles' six champs, Ron Katzenberger (160, 17-4), pulling a 6-5 title-bout upset over South Carroll's fifth-ranked Mike Chenoweth (20-1, 17 pins).Another Northeast champ, Mike Kusick (eight pins) scored his fourth technical fall over Severna Park's No. 2 Jamie Kuch. Kuch, last year's 3A-4A state runner-up, had won a 9-0 semifinal bout over Thomas Johnson's fifth-ranked Joey Ottinger.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 17, 1994
Mount St. Joseph isn't the only private-school wrestling power with Howard County connections.DeMatha coach Dick Messier, an Elkridge resident, and his 160-pound son, Steve (a 14-5 record), helped the Stags edge defending 1A-2A state champ Northeast for the title in last weekend's Arundel Tournament.Messier's Stags, ranked No. 5 by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, had individual champs in top-ranked Todd Beckerman (103, 23-0), No. 2 Jerry Sloan (135, 21-4) and No. 3 Matt Allman (152, 23-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 23, 1993
The first match of the season for Old Mill's 210-pound junior heavyweight Bob Shaffer ended quickly: He was pinned by Walt Whitman's top-ranked Emil Dolzeal, a 275-pounder.But since that bout -- more than a month ago -- Old Mill coach Mike Hampe said, "Bob's been fighting back," and last night's 34-26 victory over DeMatha (6-2) was a good example.Shaffer faced an imposing challenge in the Stags' 270-pound Paul Fitzmaurice with the match and the Patriots' 25-match winning streakon the line.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | November 18, 2001
Is Anthony Mason the missing piece that will put the Milwaukee Bucks into this season's NBA Finals, or just the kind of distraction a team of already fragile personalities doesn't need? Don't look at Milwaukee's 5-1 record going into last night's game against Utah as an indication of what Mason gives the Bucks. Look at the box score from Wednesday's victory over the Washington Wizards, and listen to what Mason said afterward. In 36 minutes, Mason didn't attempt a single shot. In fact, the only shot he took came after the game in the team's dressing room.
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March 17, 2009
1 Playin' play-in: We're not supposed to call Alabama State-Morehead State (7:30 p.m., ESPN) the NCAA play-in game. It's the "opening round." What ... ever. 2 NIT pick: ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU are combining for six NIT games tonight. Best picks? Stephen Curry and Davidson vs. South Carolina at 7 on ESPN2. 3 Coach, chill: Maybe Jerry Sloan won't get ejected in the first quarter - as on Sunday - when his Jazz hosts the Wizards (9 p.m., Comcast SportsNet-Plus). 4 Thin ice: Wow, three hockey games are on TV tonight (7:30 on Comcast SportsNet and Versus, 10 on CN8)
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