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November 27, 1995
BasketballBoston Celtics: Traded G Sherman Douglas to Milwaukee Bucks for G-F Todd Day and C Alton Lister. Waived C Charles Claxton.Houston Rockets: Waived F Alvin Heggs.Milwaukee Bucks: Activated C Kevin Duckworth from injured list.Quad City Thunder (CBA): Signed former Washington Bullets F Larry Stewart (Coppin State).HockeyDallas Stars: Sent D Pat McLeod to IHL Michigan.Mighty Ducks of Anaheim: Assigned D Oleg Mikulchik to AHL Baltimore.Vancouver Canucks: Suspended LW Esa Tikkanen, acquired on Thanksgiving from New Jersey Devils, for not reporting.
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Sports Digest | July 28, 2013
NBA Report: Bucks, guard Neal agree to deal Shooting guard Gary Neal reached an agreement Saturday to sign with the Milwaukee Bucks, according to USA Today. A person close to the situation told USA Today that the deal between the Bucks and Neal, a Towson University alumnus who played at Aberdeen and Calvert Hall, will be worth nearly $3 million per season. The Bucks and Atlanta Hawks emerged as the top contenders to sign Neal after the San Antonio Spurs withdrew their qualifying offer to Neal this month, making him an unrestricted free agent.
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November 6, 1994
BasketballMilwaukee Bucks -- Signed F Glenn Robinson to a 10-year contract.CollegeMorehead State -- Hired interim football coach Matt Ballard to a four-year contract.FootballNew York Jets -- Signed RB Fred Lester and LB Tuineau Alipate from their practice squad.GolfPGA of America -- Elected Tom Addis III president, Ken Lindsay vice president and Will Mann secretary.
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By AP | December 24, 2009
MILWAUKEE - - Antawn Jamison had 25 points and 10 rebounds, and Earl Boykins scored 12 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter, lifting the Washington Wizards to a 109-97 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night. Caron Butler added 23 points and 10 rebounds, and Gilbert Arenas had 18 points before leaving in the fourth quarter with a bruised left thigh. The injury didn't appear to be serious, with Arenas seeming to be in good spirits on the bench. Michael Redd scored a season-high 32 points for the Bucks, who have lost 12 of 16. Bucks rookie Brandon Jennings had the worst game of his young NBA career.
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January 2, 1991
BASKETBALL (NBA)* Milwaukee Bucks -- Reached agreement with Alvin Robertson (guard) on a contract extension through 1997-98.* Sacramento Kings -- Signed Jim Les (guard) to a 10-day contract.COLLEGE* Nebraska -- Suspended Leodis Flowers and Lance Lewis (running backs), Mickey Joseph (quarterback), Steve Cramer (safety) and Eric Anderson (cornerback) for the violation of team rules.
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January 11, 1993
BaseballColorado Rockies -- Announced that Dean Peeler, vice president-public affairs, has resigned and his position has been eliminated.Houston Astros -- Agreed to terms with OF Chris James on a one-year contract.Basketball5) Milwaukee Bucks -- Signed C Alan Ogg.HockeyNew York Islanders -- Recalled G Mark Fitzpatrick from AHL Capital District.St. Louis Blues -- Recalled LW Dave Mackey from IHL Peoria on an emergency basis. Sent G Geoff Sarjeant to Peoria.
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October 4, 1991
BASEBALL (NL) * Florida Marlins -- Named Angel Vazquez director of Latin American operations and special consultant to the general manager.* Montreal Expos -- Named Fred Ferreira director of Latin American operations and Doug Carpenter Florida scout.BASKETBALL (NBA) * Boston Celtics -- Signed Steve Scheffler (forward).* Cleveland Cavaliers -- Signed Keith Hughes (forward), Greg Butler and Dale Turnquist (centers) and Anthony Houston (guard).* Miami Heat -- Named Al Bianchi scout.* Milwaukee Bucks -- Signed Milt Wagner and Everette Stephens (guards)
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January 3, 1991
BASEBALLmerican League * Orioles -- Agreed to terms with Jeff Ballard (pitcher) on a one-year contract.* Cleveland Indians -- Signed Doug Jones (pitcher) to a one-year contract.* New York Yankees -- Signed Mike Witt (pitcher) to a three-year contract.ational League * St. Louis Cardinals -- Signed Alex Trevino (catcher) to a one-year contract.BASKETBALL (NBA) * Milwaukee Bucks -- Signed Alvin Robertson (guard) to an eight-year contract.FOOTBALL (NFL) * Los Angeles Raiders -- Waived Ricky Hunley (linebacker)
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December 7, 1996
Opponent: Milwaukee BucksSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:30TV/Radio: HTS/WWRC (980 AM)Outlook: The Bullets are looking to end a three-game losing streak, their longest of the season. A week ago, F Juwan Howard had scored in double figures in 22 straight games -- now he has failed to score in double digits twice in a week after his seven-point outing Thursday against the Raptors. The Bucks (8-8) have lost two straight. F Glenn Robinson (21.4 ppg) is Milwaukee's top scorer.Pub Date: 12/07/96@
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January 12, 2009
1 ACC clash: The No. 14 Maryland women's basketball team visits rival No. 5 Duke in a key, early-season ACC matchup with national exposure. (7:30 p.m., ESPN2). 2 Beasts of Big East: No. 13 Notre Dame and No. 23 Louisville, two of the league's top teams, square off in Louisville, Ky. (7 p.m., ESPN). 3 Wizards at home: If college basketball isn't your cup of tea, the Washington Wizards host the Milwaukee Bucks. (7 p.m., Comcast SportsNet). 4 One win away: Ravens coach John Harbaugh talks at 3:45 p.m. about being one step from the Super Bowl.
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March 13, 2008
The Houston Rockets' 20th straight win was far from pretty, but coach Rick Adelman was still impressed with his team. The Rockets were held to their lowest first-half total of the season but pulled away late to become the third team in NBA history to win 20 consecutive games, tying for the league's second-longest winning streak with an 83-75 victory over the host Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night. "It may be the ugliest thing we've done, but it might have been the best one," Adelman said, "the way we fought through it."
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By DON MARKUS and DON MARKUS,SUN REPORTER | April 17, 2006
WASHINGTON -- Caron Butler was given a thunderous ovation by the fans at Verizon Center when he returned to the starting lineup last night for the Washington Wizards. It was, in retrospect, a greeting worthy of someone who had been sorely missed. Butler, whose absence because of a badly sprained right thumb coincided with the team's five-game losing streak, served as a stopper for the Wizards in a 104-92 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Not only did the win stop what had tied the team's longest losing streak of the season, but it also ended any speculation that the Wizards might miss the playoffs.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | April 14, 2005
WASHINGTON - The wait lasted eight years, seven coaches and countless players, including one who many considered the greatest ever to put on an NBA uniform. The Washington Wizards finally accomplished what they couldn't do with Michael Jordan - make the playoffs. By virtue of their 93-82 victory over the Chicago Bulls last night at MCI Center and Indiana's 90-86 win over the New Jersey Nets, the Wizards will play in the postseason for the first time since the 1996-97 season when the then-Bullets lost to Jordan's Bulls in a three- game opening-round sweep.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | July 13, 2004
The Milwaukee Bucks are poised to offer Washington Wizards reserve center Etan Thomas a six-year contract worth in excess of $35 million when the moratorium on NBA free-agent signings expires tomorrow, a source familiar with the negotiations said last night. Thomas, who finished tied for 18th in the NBA in total blocked shots last season, averaged 8.9 points and 6.7 rebounds last season for Washington in 79 games. According to the source, the Bucks are expected to offer Thomas the full mid-level exception, which should be around $5 million per season.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | April 10, 2003
WASHINGTON - The Washington Wizards last night played tribute to the shining moment in their past, their lone championship in franchise history. Among the members of the 1977-78 Washington Bullets in attendance at MCI Center was Dick Motta, the coach who popularized the phrase, "The opera ain't over "til the fat lady sings."
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | March 14, 2003
WASHINGTON - The way Orlando Magic coach Doc Rivers looks at it, rather than being asked about whether his team can hold off the Milwaukee Bucks and Washington Wizards for one of the final two NBA Eastern Conference playoff berths, the question should be turned on its head. "The way the front guys are playing, they're in it, too," joked Rivers before Tuesday's game with the Wizards. "Maybe they're all in this. You never know, the way this thing is going. Us three could end up 1-2-3 before this is all over."
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | March 11, 2003
WASHINGTON - With a critical game against the Orlando Magic in front of them tonight, the Washington Wizards practiced their backpedaling skills yesterday in an attempt to take some of the sting out of biting comments Sunday from their two leaders. While coach Doug Collins and other players shrugged off Michael Jordan's observation that he, at age 40, had more desire than his far younger teammates, Jerry Stackhouse ever-so-slightly backed off remarks that he needed the ball more in order for the team to win. Following Sunday's 97-96 loss to the New York Knicks, Stackhouse said that he had to take more than the seven shots he attempted to be a more credible offensive weapon.
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