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February 6, 1999
Cavaliers: Vitaly Potapenko broke his nose in the third quarter and played the rest of the game wearing a protective mask.Hawks: Roshown McLeod, the team's first-round pick from Duke, didn't play because of a strained left hamstring that troubled him throughout training camp. Atlanta will play 14 games at the Georgia Dome and 11 at Georgia Tech's arena this season.Heat: Miami topped 10,000 season tickets for the first time since 1994-95, the year before Pat Riley became coach. Clarence Weatherspoon, the team's most significant off-season acquisition, did not play until the final five minutes.
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February 6, 1999
Cavaliers: Vitaly Potapenko broke his nose in the third quarter and played the rest of the game wearing a protective mask.Hawks: Roshown McLeod, the team's first-round pick from Duke, didn't play because of a strained left hamstring that troubled him throughout training camp. Atlanta will play 14 games at the Georgia Dome and 11 at Georgia Tech's arena this season.Heat: Miami topped 10,000 season tickets for the first time since 1994-95, the year before Pat Riley became coach. Clarence Weatherspoon, the team's most significant off-season acquisition, did not play until the final five minutes.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | July 27, 1994
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- One thing the members of Dream Team II don't lack is confidence. In the days before they were officially unveiled here last night, several were quoted as saying that, given an opportunity against Dream Team I, they would win.So it was somewhat surprising that Dream Team II had a few problems with the German National Team, who were competitive for much of the first half before eventually falling, 114-81, before a sellout crowd of 23,690...
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | July 27, 1994
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- One thing the members of Dream Team II don't lack is confidence. In the days before they were officially unveiled here last night, several were quoted as saying that, given an opportunity against Dream Team I, they would win.So it was somewhat surprising that Dream Team II had a few problems with the German National Team, who were competitive for much of the first half before eventually falling, 114-81, before a sellout crowd of 23,690...
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | December 19, 1992
Rival forward Charles Barkley says he needs to learn to relax and smile a bit. Teammate Larry Johnson advises him to "loosen up." Even his coach, Allan Bristow, suggests he should share an occasional joke with his teammates.But that is not the modus operandi for Charlotte Hornets rookie center Alonzo Mourning, who returns tonight to the Capital Centre, where he enjoyed so much success in college as Georgetown's worthy heir to Patrick Ewing.For Mourning, making his first appearance against the Washington Bullets, his menacing scowl is as much a part of his game as his aggressive rebounding and shot-blocking.
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November 23, 1997
BasketballHeat: Waived G-F Todd Day (6.0 ppg, 35 percent shooting). Activated F Dan Majerle.Pistons: Activated G Joe Dumars from injured list. Placed F Charles O'Bannon (back spasms) on injured list.CollegeNorth Carolina State: Agreed to terms with basketball coach Herb Sendek on contract extension through 2002-03.FootballJets: Signed WR-QB Ray Lucas off practice squad. Waived DT Ronnie Dixon.HockeyBruins: Recalled RW Jean-Yves Roy from AHL Providence.Pub Date: 11/23/97
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July 18, 2004
Who's hot The Pirates have won 14 of 18. Who's not Mark Redman of the Athletics has lost four straight starts, allowing 11 home runs in those games. Line of the day Jim Thome, Phillies 1B AB R H RBI HR 5 3 3 3 1 On deck Mark Mulder of the A's and Kenny Rogers of the Rangers try for their major league-leading 13th victories today. He said it "Joe Dumars and I are friends, and he sent me some [Detroit Pistons] championship gear. Not all the guys like it - we have a lot of Lakers fans."
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May 26, 1993
Voting results for the NBA Most Valuable Player Award as selected by a nationwide panel of the media on a 10-7-5-3-1 basis (first-place votes in parentheses):Player .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. VotesCharles Barkley, Phoenix (59) .. .. .. .. 835Hakeem Olajuwon, Hou. (22) .. .. .. .. .. 647Michael Jordan, Chicago (13) .. .. .. .. 565Patrick Ewing, New York (4) .. .. .. .. .359Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta .. .. .. .. .. .54David Robinson, San Antonio .. .. .. .. .. 33Shaquille O'Neal, Orlando.
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April 2, 1995
Opponent: Detroit PistonsSite: The Palace at Auburn Hills (Mich.)Time: 1:30 p.m.TV/Radio: Ch. 4/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: The Pistons are last in the Central Division (25-45), but still have a shot at the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Rookie F Grant Hill (19.1 ppg, 5.8 rpg) and G Joe Dumars (18.0 ppg) lead the Pistons, who have lost two straight and eight of their past 10. F Juwan Howard returned to the Bullets' lineup Friday in Cleveland, but Washington still lost for the sixth straight time.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 8, 1991
LANDOVER -- Charles Barkley's opinion notwithstanding, Washington Bullets forward Bernard King was named yesterday to start in the National Basketball Association All-Star Game."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | December 19, 1992
Rival forward Charles Barkley says he needs to learn to relax and smile a bit. Teammate Larry Johnson advises him to "loosen up." Even his coach, Allan Bristow, suggests he should share an occasional joke with his teammates.But that is not the modus operandi for Charlotte Hornets rookie center Alonzo Mourning, who returns tonight to the Capital Centre, where he enjoyed so much success in college as Georgetown's worthy heir to Patrick Ewing.For Mourning, making his first appearance against the Washington Bullets, his menacing scowl is as much a part of his game as his aggressive rebounding and shot-blocking.
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