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July 1, 1999
Hawks: Traded rights to F Jumaine Jones to 76ers for future first-round pick. Traded rights to G Roberto Bergersen to Trail Blazers for cash.Lakers: Exercised $7 million option on G Glen Rice.Spurs: Traded rights to F Leon Smith to Mavericks for rights to G Gordan Giricek and future second-round pick.SuperSonics: Traded rights to F Corey Maggette and F Dale Ellis, F Billy Owens and F Don MacLean to Magic for F Horace Grant and 2001 and 2002 second-round picks.Timberwolves: Traded draft rights to G Louis Bullock (Laurel Baptist)
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September 30, 1999
BaseballPhillies: Named Glenn Gregson minor-league pitching coordinator and Gorman Heimueller pitching coach at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Waived P Matt Beech.Twins: Claimed P Mario Valdez off waivers from White Sox. Placed IF Cleatus Davidson (broken bone in right wrist) on 60-day DL.BasketballKings: Re-signed F Corliss Williamson.Lakers: Signed F John Salley, C Benoit Benjamin and rookie G Melvin Levett. Named Kurt Rambis adviser to team owner and president Jerry Buss.Mavericks: Traded F Chris Anstey to Bulls for second-round pick in 2000 draft.
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April 2, 1995
BOYSPlayer of the Year: Louis Bullock, Laurel BaptistCoach of the Year: Derek Campbell, Bishop McNamaraConsensus All-StateLouis Bullock, Sr., G, Laurel Baptist; Shawnta Rogers, Sr., G, Lake Clifton; Nate James, Jr., F, St. John's Prospect Hall; Blanchard Hurd, Sr., C, Milford Mill; Tryrian Ridges, Sr., G, Springbrook; Marvis Thornton, Sr., F, Dunbar.Class 4AShakil Brew, Sr., G, Springbrook; John Hemsley, Jr., F, Southern-Balto.; Anton Jenifer, Sr., G, Walbrook; Fritz Plater, Sr., F, Blair; Tryrian Ridges, Sr., G, Springbrook; Shawnta Rogers, Sr., G, Lake Clifton.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 23, 1999
Et ceteraMarylander Coley wants his shot at TrinidadDerrell "Too Sweet" Coley (34-1-2, 24 knockouts) of Capitol Heights, the World Boxing Council's No. 1-ranked welterweight contender, will hold a national teleconference today in an effort to force a mandatory opportunity against World Boxing Council and International Boxing Federation champion Felix Trinidad (36-0, 30 KOs).Trinidad is coming off his unification victory in Las Vegas over Oscar De La Hoya (31-1, 25 KOs). Coley and his promoter, Dan Goossen, are trying to block any plans by Trinidad that may not include Coley.
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April 13, 1995
Site: Cole Field HouseTime: 8 tonightTickets: $15 and $10 at the doorParking: FreeOutlook: This high school all-star basketball game between the Capital All-Stars and the U.S. All-Stars will give Maryland fans a first glimpse of the Terrapins' two signees -- 6-foot-6 swingman Laron Profit of Caesar Rodney in Camden, Del., and 6-10, 270-pound center Obinna Ekezie of Worcester (Mass.) Academy, both of whom will play for the U.S. All-Stars. Most of the eyes should be on Ekezie, who could be playing a major role next season if All-American center Joe Smith decides to leave Maryland for the NBA. Two players Maryland is recruiting from Philadelphia -- 6-10 center Lari Ketner (Roman Catholic)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 23, 1999
Et ceteraMarylander Coley wants his shot at TrinidadDerrell "Too Sweet" Coley (34-1-2, 24 knockouts) of Capitol Heights, the World Boxing Council's No. 1-ranked welterweight contender, will hold a national teleconference today in an effort to force a mandatory opportunity against World Boxing Council and International Boxing Federation champion Felix Trinidad (36-0, 30 KOs).Trinidad is coming off his unification victory in Las Vegas over Oscar De La Hoya (31-1, 25 KOs). Coley and his promoter, Dan Goossen, are trying to block any plans by Trinidad that may not include Coley.
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September 30, 1999
BaseballPhillies: Named Glenn Gregson minor-league pitching coordinator and Gorman Heimueller pitching coach at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Waived P Matt Beech.Twins: Claimed P Mario Valdez off waivers from White Sox. Placed IF Cleatus Davidson (broken bone in right wrist) on 60-day DL.BasketballKings: Re-signed F Corliss Williamson.Lakers: Signed F John Salley, C Benoit Benjamin and rookie G Melvin Levett. Named Kurt Rambis adviser to team owner and president Jerry Buss.Mavericks: Traded F Chris Anstey to Bulls for second-round pick in 2000 draft.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | April 15, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Before a national audience at the McDonald's All-American basketball game in St. Louis two weeks ago, Louis Bullock probably had his worst shooting performance, hitting only one of nine from the field.But Bullock, a 6-foot-2 guard from Laurel Baptist and Maryland's top high school boys player, didn't disappoint a crowd of 11,828 at Cole Field House on Thursday night for the 22nd Capital Classic, scoring a record 40 points for the Capital All-Stars, which lost to the U.S. All-Stars, 124-121, in overtime.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | January 26, 1995
LAUREL -- From the time his father put a basketball goal in the family's backyard when he was 6 years old, Louis Bullock has been a student of the game.The strategy. The extra hours in the gym practicing on his outside shot and free-throw shooting. Even to the preparation before a game.From the moment he puts on his uniform in the locker room until warm-ups are completed, Bullock doesn't allow anyone to touch his right hand."I treat the game with a lot of respect," said Bullock. "When I step on the court, I don't show too many emotions.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | November 24, 1997
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- With one three-point shooting streak over, Louis Bullock looks to end another one tonight when Michigan plays Towson at the Towson Center.Bullock had made a three-pointer in 44 straight games coming into the season. But the junior guard has yet to make one in his team's first two games."I shoot it just fine in practice," said Bullock, of Temple Hills, who will play his first collegiate game in his home state tonight. "I don't know if I'm rushing or just getting away from the things that I normally do. Most of the time you feel off you first couple of shots."
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July 1, 1999
Hawks: Traded rights to F Jumaine Jones to 76ers for future first-round pick. Traded rights to G Roberto Bergersen to Trail Blazers for cash.Lakers: Exercised $7 million option on G Glen Rice.Spurs: Traded rights to F Leon Smith to Mavericks for rights to G Gordan Giricek and future second-round pick.SuperSonics: Traded rights to F Corey Maggette and F Dale Ellis, F Billy Owens and F Don MacLean to Magic for F Horace Grant and 2001 and 2002 second-round picks.Timberwolves: Traded draft rights to G Louis Bullock (Laurel Baptist)
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By Bill Free, Jerry Bembry and Christian Ewell and Bill Free, Jerry Bembry and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 15, 1998
ATLANTA -- Michigan's 300-pound center Robert "Tractor" Traylor has thrown all his weight behind a campaign to have former Loyola coach Brian Ellerbe named the permanent head coach of the Wolverines."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | November 24, 1997
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- With one three-point shooting streak over, Louis Bullock looks to end another one tonight when Michigan plays Towson at the Towson Center.Bullock had made a three-pointer in 44 straight games coming into the season. But the junior guard has yet to make one in his team's first two games."I shoot it just fine in practice," said Bullock, of Temple Hills, who will play his first collegiate game in his home state tonight. "I don't know if I'm rushing or just getting away from the things that I normally do. Most of the time you feel off you first couple of shots."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | March 16, 1996
MILWAUKEE - Now Maceo Baston knows how Chris Webber felt.The Michigan sophomore revisited Webber's infamous gaffe in the 1993 national championship game against North Carolina last night, calling for a timeout with 3.2 seconds remaining when the Wolverines had none.Brandy Perryman made the resultant two technical free throws for Texas (21-9), sealing the 10th-seeded Longhorns' 80-76 upset in the first round of the Midwest Regional at the Bradley Center.Seventh-seeded Michigan had pulled within 78-76 on a drive by HTC Louis Bullock (Temple Hills, Md.)
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | April 15, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Before a national audience at the McDonald's All-American basketball game in St. Louis two weeks ago, Louis Bullock probably had his worst shooting performance, hitting only one of nine from the field.But Bullock, a 6-foot-2 guard from Laurel Baptist and Maryland's top high school boys player, didn't disappoint a crowd of 11,828 at Cole Field House on Thursday night for the 22nd Capital Classic, scoring a record 40 points for the Capital All-Stars, which lost to the U.S. All-Stars, 124-121, in overtime.
SPORTS
April 13, 1995
Site: Cole Field HouseTime: 8 tonightTickets: $15 and $10 at the doorParking: FreeOutlook: This high school all-star basketball game between the Capital All-Stars and the U.S. All-Stars will give Maryland fans a first glimpse of the Terrapins' two signees -- 6-foot-6 swingman Laron Profit of Caesar Rodney in Camden, Del., and 6-10, 270-pound center Obinna Ekezie of Worcester (Mass.) Academy, both of whom will play for the U.S. All-Stars. Most of the eyes should be on Ekezie, who could be playing a major role next season if All-American center Joe Smith decides to leave Maryland for the NBA. Two players Maryland is recruiting from Philadelphia -- 6-10 center Lari Ketner (Roman Catholic)
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By Bill Free, Jerry Bembry and Christian Ewell and Bill Free, Jerry Bembry and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 15, 1998
ATLANTA -- Michigan's 300-pound center Robert "Tractor" Traylor has thrown all his weight behind a campaign to have former Loyola coach Brian Ellerbe named the permanent head coach of the Wolverines."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | March 16, 1996
MILWAUKEE - Now Maceo Baston knows how Chris Webber felt.The Michigan sophomore revisited Webber's infamous gaffe in the 1993 national championship game against North Carolina last night, calling for a timeout with 3.2 seconds remaining when the Wolverines had none.Brandy Perryman made the resultant two technical free throws for Texas (21-9), sealing the 10th-seeded Longhorns' 80-76 upset in the first round of the Midwest Regional at the Bradley Center.Seventh-seeded Michigan had pulled within 78-76 on a drive by HTC Louis Bullock (Temple Hills, Md.)
SPORTS
April 2, 1995
BOYSPlayer of the Year: Louis Bullock, Laurel BaptistCoach of the Year: Derek Campbell, Bishop McNamaraConsensus All-StateLouis Bullock, Sr., G, Laurel Baptist; Shawnta Rogers, Sr., G, Lake Clifton; Nate James, Jr., F, St. John's Prospect Hall; Blanchard Hurd, Sr., C, Milford Mill; Tryrian Ridges, Sr., G, Springbrook; Marvis Thornton, Sr., F, Dunbar.Class 4AShakil Brew, Sr., G, Springbrook; John Hemsley, Jr., F, Southern-Balto.; Anton Jenifer, Sr., G, Walbrook; Fritz Plater, Sr., F, Blair; Tryrian Ridges, Sr., G, Springbrook; Shawnta Rogers, Sr., G, Lake Clifton.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | January 26, 1995
LAUREL -- From the time his father put a basketball goal in the family's backyard when he was 6 years old, Louis Bullock has been a student of the game.The strategy. The extra hours in the gym practicing on his outside shot and free-throw shooting. Even to the preparation before a game.From the moment he puts on his uniform in the locker room until warm-ups are completed, Bullock doesn't allow anyone to touch his right hand."I treat the game with a lot of respect," said Bullock. "When I step on the court, I don't show too many emotions.
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