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By Sandra McKee | February 21, 1991
VS. MIAMI HEAT* WHERE: Capital Centre.* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* RADIO: WTOP-AM (1500) and WINX-AM (1600).* OUTLOOK: The Bullets (22-31) are coming off a 118-113 loss to the Chicago Bulls Tuesday. Wes Unseld's team has won only two of its last nine games. Against the Heat, the Bullets lost the season opener in Florida and then won here in January, 105-101. The Heat (15-36) is 4-21 on the road, the third-worst road record in the league.Forward John Williams has averaged six points, five rebounds and 3.8 assists in 18.8 minutes over the last three games.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | July 14, 1992
The Washington Bullets' tampering charge against the New York Knicks, who tended a six-year, $17.061 million offer sheet to veteran forward Harvey Grant, will be reviewed by NBA special master Merrell E. Clark Jr. in New York today, with a ruling likely by Thursday.At issue is whether the Knicks made the offer before July 1, the earliest date a restricted free agent such as Grant may be approached by another team.The Bullets contend Grant's agent, Jim Sexton of Memphis, Tenn., was contacted by the Knicks before July 1. The Knicks deny the charge.
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By Alan Goldstein | October 24, 1991
Add veteran guard Ledell Eackles to the Washington Bullets' crowded injury list.Eackles, being auditioned at small forward in the absence of Bernard King, who will be sidelined until December after knee surgery, complained of sore ribs after scoring a team-high 25 points in Tuesday night's 114-101 loss to the Chicago Bulls in Knoxville, Tenn. It was the winless Bullets' sixth straight preseason defeat.Eackles was examined yesterday by team doctor Carl MacCartee, and X-rays proved negative.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | June 26, 1992
With draft day behind him, Washington Bullets general manager John Nash began focusing on his top two priorities:* Signing No. 1 choice Tom Gugliotta of North Carolina State before minicamp opens July 11.* Re-signing veteran forward Harvey Grant.The first task could prove easier than the second. Grant's agent, Jimmy Sexton, of Memphis, Tenn., said the New York Knicks, who released Kiki Vandeweghe on Wednesday, are making overtures to Grant, a restricted free agent who would fill their void at small forward.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 22, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Washington Bullets got caught looking ahead to playing two critical games in the next five days against the New York Knicks and were scorched by the expansion Miami Heat, 104-90, at the Capital Centre last night.Given an opportunity to replace the Knicks, who lost at home to the Seattle SuperSonics last night, in the eighth and final Eastern Conference playoff spot, the Bullets (22-32) responded with their flattest effort of the season. There were only 7,183 witnesses.Coach Wes Unseld, who had only 10 healthy bodies available with guards Darrell Walker (knee)
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 10, 1991
EMMITSBURG -- Abe Pollin delivered his annual state of the Bullets address in training camp yesterday, reiterating his vow that he will not trade veteran forward John Williams, absent for the second straight year in a wage dispute.Though Pollin touched on many topics, Williams was the main subject at Mount St. Mary's College.A year ago, Pollin asked Williams to return to the Bullets after missing training camp and the preseason schedule. This time, ++ however, Pollin said Williams can remain at home in Los Angeles until he is willing to fulfill his existing contract.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | April 20, 1992
After the Washington Bullets completed their worst season (25-57) in a quarter century by losing in Philadelphia on Saturday night, 111-104, at least half the players began wondering whether they would be sharing the same dressing room next season.What to do with seven free agents -- Ledell Eackles, Harvey Grant, Larry Stewart, David Wingate, A. J. English, Andre Turner and Mark Alarie -- will be discussed by coach Wes Unseld and general manager John Nash in the next few months, with the Bullets' luck in the May 17 NBA lottery weighing heavily in the decisions.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | April 20, 1992
After the Washington Bullets completed their worst season (25-57) in a quarter century by losing in Philadelphia on Saturday night, 111-104, at least half the players began wondering whether they would be sharing the same dressing room next season.What to do with seven free agents -- Ledell Eackles, Harvey Grant, Larry Stewart, David Wingate, A. J. English, Andre Turner and Mark Alarie -- will be discussed by coach Wes Unseld and general manager John Nash in the next few months, with the Bullets' luck in the May 17 NBA lottery weighing heavily in the decisions.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | June 26, 1992
With draft day behind him, Washington Bullets general manager John Nash began focusing on his top two priorities:* Signing No. 1 choice Tom Gugliotta of North Carolina State before minicamp opens July 11.* Re-signing veteran forward Harvey Grant.The first task could prove easier than the second. Grant's agent, Jimmy Sexton, of Memphis, Tenn., said the New York Knicks, who released Kiki Vandeweghe on Wednesday, are making overtures to Grant, a restricted free agent who would fill their void at small forward.
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By Alan Goldstein | February 25, 1991
For the first time this season, after 55 games, Washington Bullets coach Wes Unseld is expecting to have his full roster of players available for tomorrow night's critical game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.Saturday night, when the Bullets suffered a heart-breaking, 104-101 loss at home to the Knicks on Trent Tucker's three-point shot with a fraction of a second remaining, Unseld welcomed back guard Haywoode Workman, who had been sidelined with a groin injury since Jan. 31.Tomorrow, Bullets playmaker and leading rebounder Darrell Walker, who has been out for the same length of time with a strained right knee, will also return to action.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | June 26, 1992
With draft day behind him, Washington Bullets general manager John Nash began focusing on his top two priorities:* Signing No. 1 choice Tom Gugliotta of North Carolina State before minicamp opens July 11.* Re-signing veteran forward Harvey Grant.The first task could prove easier than the second. Grant's agent, Jimmy Sexton, of Memphis, Tenn., said the New York Knicks, who released Kiki Vandeweghe on Wednesday, are making overtures to Grant, a restricted free agent who would fill their void at small forward.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | April 20, 1992
After the Washington Bullets completed their worst season (25-57) in a quarter century by losing in Philadelphia on Saturday night, 111-104, at least half the players began wondering whether they would be sharing the same dressing room next season.What to do with seven free agents -- Ledell Eackles, Harvey Grant, Larry Stewart, David Wingate, A. J. English, Andre Turner and Mark Alarie -- will be discussed by coach Wes Unseld and general manager John Nash in the next few months, with the Bullets' luck in the May 17 NBA lottery weighing heavily in the decisions.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | April 20, 1992
After the Washington Bullets completed their worst season (25-57) in a quarter century by losing in Philadelphia on Saturday night, 111-104, at least half the players began wondering whether they would be sharing the same dressing room next season.What to do with seven free agents -- Ledell Eackles, Harvey Grant, Larry Stewart, David Wingate, A. J. English, Andre Turner and Mark Alarie -- will be discussed by coach Wes Unseld and general manager John Nash in the next few months, with the Bullets' luck in the May 17 NBA lottery weighing heavily in the decisions.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | October 30, 1991
LANDOVER -- Bernard King was an unexpected guest at the Washington Bullets' tipoff luncheon yesterday. Unfortunately, he did not come to announce he is ready to get back on the playing floor.His face is on the cover of the Bullets' media guide, but he said it won't be in the lineup any time soon.When the Bullets open the 1991-92 season in Indiana Friday night, they'll be missing his leadership, not to mention the 28.4 points he averaged last season when he made the NBA All-Star team to complete a six-year comeback from career-threatening knee surgery.
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By Alan Goldstein | October 24, 1991
Add veteran guard Ledell Eackles to the Washington Bullets' crowded injury list.Eackles, being auditioned at small forward in the absence of Bernard King, who will be sidelined until December after knee surgery, complained of sore ribs after scoring a team-high 25 points in Tuesday night's 114-101 loss to the Chicago Bulls in Knoxville, Tenn. It was the winless Bullets' sixth straight preseason defeat.Eackles was examined yesterday by team doctor Carl MacCartee, and X-rays proved negative.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 10, 1991
EMMITSBURG -- Abe Pollin delivered his annual state of the Bullets address in training camp yesterday, reiterating his vow that he will not trade veteran forward John Williams, absent for the second straight year in a wage dispute.Though Pollin touched on many topics, Williams was the main subject at Mount St. Mary's College.A year ago, Pollin asked Williams to return to the Bullets after missing training camp and the preseason schedule. This time, ++ however, Pollin said Williams can remain at home in Los Angeles until he is willing to fulfill his existing contract.
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By Alan Goldstein | March 22, 1991
When a team holds a meeting after losing 19 of its past 22 games and disappearing from the playoff race, you would expect a lot of finger-pointing, acrimony and possibly even a few punches.But the Washington Bullets, who held a "clear the air" meeting Wednesday afternoon in Boston, are not about to start blaming one another for the two-month tailspin that has all but guaranteed them a lottery spot."There was really nothing to be angry about," said coach Wes Unseld, hoping to end the skid against the Atlanta Hawks at the Baltimore Arena tonight.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | October 2, 1991
EMMITSBURG -- General manager John Nash sat at a table along the sideline in the Mount St. Mary's Memorial Gym yesterday, looking over the rookies and free agents who reported for the first day of Washington Bullets practice."
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By Sam Davis and Sam Davis,Sun Staff Correspondent | April 19, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Washington Bullets have turned their attention to postseason awards, outfitting their cheerleaders in T-shirts that tout Harvey Grant as the league's most improved player.New Jersey Nets forward Derrick Coleman did some touting of his own last night, continuing to look like a shoo-in for National Basketball Association Rookie of the Year. Coleman powered his way inside for 29 points and also grabbed 11 rebounds as the Nets beat the Bullets, 108-103, before 5,191 at the Capital Centre.
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