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March 18, 2008
Mike Bibby scored 23 points and Joe Johnson added 18 points and 10 assists to lead the Atlanta Hawks over the host Washington Wizards, 105-96, last night. Antawn Jamison led the Wizards with 25 points. Brendan Haywood had 16 points -- none in the final 23:20. "We kind of went through the motions," Jamison said. It was the Hawks' third straight win, moving them one-half game ahead of idle New Jersey for eighth place in the Eastern Conference. The Hawks haven't made the playoffs since the 1998-99 season.
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By From Sun news services | February 24, 2009
Devin Harris hit a lunging half-court shot at the buzzer and the host New Jersey Nets ended a season-high five-game losing streak with a 98-96 victory over the slumping Philadelphia 76ers last night. With players from both teams surrounding the scorer's table, the referees watched replays of Harris' shot for about two or three minutes before signaling the basket was good. Seconds earlier, the 76ers (27-28) seemingly had nailed down the victory when Andre Iguodala made the second of two free throws to give them a one-point lead with 1.8 seconds to play.
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By From Sun news services | February 24, 2009
Devin Harris hit a lunging half-court shot at the buzzer and the host New Jersey Nets ended a season-high five-game losing streak with a 98-96 victory over the slumping Philadelphia 76ers last night. With players from both teams surrounding the scorer's table, the referees watched replays of Harris' shot for about two or three minutes before signaling the basket was good. Seconds earlier, the 76ers (27-28) seemingly had nailed down the victory when Andre Iguodala made the second of two free throws to give them a one-point lead with 1.8 seconds to play.
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March 18, 2008
Mike Bibby scored 23 points and Joe Johnson added 18 points and 10 assists to lead the Atlanta Hawks over the host Washington Wizards, 105-96, last night. Antawn Jamison led the Wizards with 25 points. Brendan Haywood had 16 points -- none in the final 23:20. "We kind of went through the motions," Jamison said. It was the Hawks' third straight win, moving them one-half game ahead of idle New Jersey for eighth place in the Eastern Conference. The Hawks haven't made the playoffs since the 1998-99 season.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | February 16, 2002
DURHAM, N.C. - There is a certain pecking order when it comes to playing basketball at Duke. No matter what the pedigree a player has, or the credentials he takes with him from high school, he must wait his turn with the Blue Devils before becoming one of the team's stars. It has happened that way ever since this modern college basketball dynasty was born with the Duke's appearance in the 1986 Final Four. It happened for Danny Ferry and Christian Laettner, for Bobby Hurley and Grant Hill, for Shane Battier and Jason Williams.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2002
WASHINGTON -- For the first time in the postseason, Maryland's Chris Wilcox justified all the hushed speculation about his future. Then, at least for the moment, the sophomore forward put the kibosh -- "though things could change" -- on all the NBA talk after the Terrapins' 87-57 victory over Wisconsin in a second-round NCAA tournament game. "I've made that decision," Wilcox said, pledging to return to College Park for another season. "I think I'm doing a great job, but it's Juan and Lonny's team.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | November 5, 1992
Judging by the massive upheaval in the NBA since the Chicago Bulls rolled to their second straight title last June, no one has seemed safe, with high-profile coaches and superstars caught in the switches.Five-year plans went out the window, unless you were lucky enough to be the Orlando Magic and pluck Shaquille O'Neal out of a lottery drum."There hasn't been anyone to cause this kind of stir since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 20 years ago," said Sacramento Kings personnel director Jerry Reynolds.
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By DON MARKUS and DON MARKUS,SUN REPORTER | November 10, 2005
WASHINGTON -- The most telling stat about the 3-0 start by the Washington Wizards this season was that the combined record of the team's opponents was 1-10. So going into last night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers, there were some doubts spinning in the head of Wizards coach Eddie Jordan. "I see a lot of holes in our defense," Jordan said before the game. "You watch tape, you say, `Geez, how are we doing this?'" Jordan and his team will undoubtedly watch tape again today, this time from last night's 102-97 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers at MCI Center.
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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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November 2, 2005
"The biggest thing in the game of football is to get the ball out of your hands and into playmakers' hands and let people make plays for you." Brad Johnson (above) Who is taking over for injured Daunte Culpepper as Minnesota Vikings quarterback "We can't let ego get in the way of winning. We can't let stats get in the way of winning. We can't let friends get in the way, family get in the way. Whatever, we can't let anything get in the way." Mike Dunleavy Los Angeles Clippers coach "I never knew what they said I had until I read it in the paper."
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By DON MARKUS and DON MARKUS,SUN REPORTER | November 10, 2005
WASHINGTON -- The most telling stat about the 3-0 start by the Washington Wizards this season was that the combined record of the team's opponents was 1-10. So going into last night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers, there were some doubts spinning in the head of Wizards coach Eddie Jordan. "I see a lot of holes in our defense," Jordan said before the game. "You watch tape, you say, `Geez, how are we doing this?'" Jordan and his team will undoubtedly watch tape again today, this time from last night's 102-97 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers at MCI Center.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2002
WASHINGTON -- For the first time in the postseason, Maryland's Chris Wilcox justified all the hushed speculation about his future. Then, at least for the moment, the sophomore forward put the kibosh -- "though things could change" -- on all the NBA talk after the Terrapins' 87-57 victory over Wisconsin in a second-round NCAA tournament game. "I've made that decision," Wilcox said, pledging to return to College Park for another season. "I think I'm doing a great job, but it's Juan and Lonny's team.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | February 16, 2002
DURHAM, N.C. - There is a certain pecking order when it comes to playing basketball at Duke. No matter what the pedigree a player has, or the credentials he takes with him from high school, he must wait his turn with the Blue Devils before becoming one of the team's stars. It has happened that way ever since this modern college basketball dynasty was born with the Duke's appearance in the 1986 Final Four. It happened for Danny Ferry and Christian Laettner, for Bobby Hurley and Grant Hill, for Shane Battier and Jason Williams.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | November 5, 1992
Judging by the massive upheaval in the NBA since the Chicago Bulls rolled to their second straight title last June, no one has seemed safe, with high-profile coaches and superstars caught in the switches.Five-year plans went out the window, unless you were lucky enough to be the Orlando Magic and pluck Shaquille O'Neal out of a lottery drum."There hasn't been anyone to cause this kind of stir since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 20 years ago," said Sacramento Kings personnel director Jerry Reynolds.
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By New York Times News Service | May 13, 1992
INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- Mike Dunleavy departed as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers yesterday and opened the door to speculation about a number of possible successors, including RTC one who may not seem so unlikely when the team begins to narrow its list of candidates.Magic Johnson as Lakers coach?If Johnson expresses interest, the Lakers just might be willing to discuss the vacancy.Jerry West, the team's general manager, said he hadn't thought about a replacement for Dunleavy, who left to accept the coaching job with the Milwaukee Bucks, but he wouldn't rule out the former Lakers star.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2002
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland senior guard Juan Dixon wants to lead the second-ranked Terrapins to the first national championship in school history, and the Baltimore native and Calvert Hall product already has begun to go out in style. One day after leading Maryland to a 112-92 victory over Virginia that closed out the Cole Field House era, Dixon was named a first-team All-American, earned his third straight All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team honor in a unanimous vote and was selected again to the ACC's All-Defensive team yesterday.
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