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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1996
They share a name and a habit of appearing regularly on the nightly highlights, but the college basketball careers of the Allen "brothers" couldn't have begun more differently.Ray Allen is the main piece in Connecticut's climb to a No. 3 ranking, but the junior swingman wasn't even regarded as the Huskies' best freshman two years ago. Coming out of Dalzell, S.C., in 1993, he was the second-most overlooked prospect in the nation -- after Joe Smith -- and didn't start as a freshman.Conversely, has there ever been a more scrutinized recruit than Allen Iverson, Georgetown's sophomore point guard?
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March 24, 2011
Bulls will be kings Tom Yantz Hartford Courant The allegiance for the Celtics is strong in New England, as it should be. With Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and company, they are always a team to be reckoned with. But they're no longer the best in the East. The Bulls will be No. 1. Coach Tom Thibodeau, the defensive mastermind and former Celtics assistant coach, has infused his team with confidence and an acute defensive mindset. The Bulls have the coach of the year and the MVP in Derrick Rose.
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By Milton Kent and By Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | June 3, 2001
If you watch Milwaukee Bucks guard Ray Allen glide across the court, firing jumpers with the precision of a skilled marksman, and you get the impression that it looks easy, you're not the only one. Allen's game looks easy even to Allen, particularly when he watches game tape, proving you can't believe everything you see on a screen. "When I watch film, I think I look like I'm running down the floor effortlessly," Allen said. "A lot of times, I'll think I was running fast or coming off a screen so fast, but when I watch the film, it looks so effortless.
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January 18, 2010
Allen Iverson and Tracy McGrady are still adored. Despite having little to no impact, both went into the final hours of All-Star voting in position to start, thanks to loyal fans who still consider them stars despite undeserving stats. And with fans showing signs of getting it so wrong, Celtics guard Ray Allen thinks it's time to limit their influence. The nine-time All-Star said the fan voting has made the game "watered down" and called for a change in the process.
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By CHILDS WALKER | May 8, 2008
Cavaliers@Celtics 7 p.m. [ESPN] LeBron James has to shoot better than 2-for-18, right? On the other hand, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce were pretty awful in Game 1 as well. Watch the league's most dynamic individual try to overcome its best team defense.
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March 7, 2008
Bulls@Celtics 8 P.M. [ESPN] It doesn't figure to be much of a contest. Boston is even more loaded than when it got off to the sizzling start that allowed the Celts to already clinch a playoff spot. To the Big Three of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen, the Celtics have now added Sam Cassell (Dunbar). And the Bulls (12 games under .500) - well, they'll always have their memories.
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By Ray Frager | April 28, 2009
Bulls@Celtics 7 p.m. [TNT] With Kevin Garnett (left) unable to do more than make faces on the sideline, Boston is getting all it can handle - more than it can handle at times - from Chicago, with the series tied 2-2. Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, Derrick Rose, Ben Gordon ... there has been no shortage of players hitting big shots.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | March 25, 1995
OAKLAND, Calif. -- UCLA guard Tyus Edney remembers watching on television the last time a West Regional final was held here, a contest that began as a basketball game and turned into a track meet."
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January 18, 2010
Allen Iverson and Tracy McGrady are still adored. Despite having little to no impact, both went into the final hours of All-Star voting in position to start, thanks to loyal fans who still consider them stars despite undeserving stats. And with fans showing signs of getting it so wrong, Celtics guard Ray Allen thinks it's time to limit their influence. The nine-time All-Star said the fan voting has made the game "watered down" and called for a change in the process.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2002
WASHINGTON - The youth of the Washington Wizards may eventually be served, but for the time being, the team's graybeards will dominate. Last night, the Wizards' veteran corps helped Washington paste the Milwaukee Bucks, 103-78, to end a six-game losing streak on the fifth anniversary of MCI Center. Five players scored in double figures for the home team (7-10), with four of them - Michael Jordan, Bryon Russell, Jerry Stackhouse and Larry Hughes - having at least five years experience.
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By Ray Frager | April 28, 2009
Bulls@Celtics 7 p.m. [TNT] With Kevin Garnett (left) unable to do more than make faces on the sideline, Boston is getting all it can handle - more than it can handle at times - from Chicago, with the series tied 2-2. Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, Derrick Rose, Ben Gordon ... there has been no shortage of players hitting big shots.
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By CHILDS WALKER | May 8, 2008
Cavaliers@Celtics 7 p.m. [ESPN] LeBron James has to shoot better than 2-for-18, right? On the other hand, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce were pretty awful in Game 1 as well. Watch the league's most dynamic individual try to overcome its best team defense.
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March 7, 2008
Bulls@Celtics 8 P.M. [ESPN] It doesn't figure to be much of a contest. Boston is even more loaded than when it got off to the sizzling start that allowed the Celts to already clinch a playoff spot. To the Big Three of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen, the Celtics have now added Sam Cassell (Dunbar). And the Bulls (12 games under .500) - well, they'll always have their memories.
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By Michael Cunningham and Michael Cunningham,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | December 1, 2007
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. // There was little doubt that the Boston Celtics would improve by adding forward Kevin Garnett and guard Ray Allen to play alongside All-Star Paul Pierce. They had to after some lean seasons, but the transformation nonetheless has been instant and remarkable. There seemingly has been no feeling-out period required for the team's so-called Big Three. Boston started 8-0, its fourth-best start in franchise history. Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat said he is not surprised.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2002
WASHINGTON - The youth of the Washington Wizards may eventually be served, but for the time being, the team's graybeards will dominate. Last night, the Wizards' veteran corps helped Washington paste the Milwaukee Bucks, 103-78, to end a six-game losing streak on the fifth anniversary of MCI Center. Five players scored in double figures for the home team (7-10), with four of them - Michael Jordan, Bryon Russell, Jerry Stackhouse and Larry Hughes - having at least five years experience.
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By Milton Kent and By Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | June 3, 2001
If you watch Milwaukee Bucks guard Ray Allen glide across the court, firing jumpers with the precision of a skilled marksman, and you get the impression that it looks easy, you're not the only one. Allen's game looks easy even to Allen, particularly when he watches game tape, proving you can't believe everything you see on a screen. "When I watch film, I think I look like I'm running down the floor effortlessly," Allen said. "A lot of times, I'll think I was running fast or coming off a screen so fast, but when I watch the film, it looks so effortless.
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March 24, 2011
Bulls will be kings Tom Yantz Hartford Courant The allegiance for the Celtics is strong in New England, as it should be. With Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and company, they are always a team to be reckoned with. But they're no longer the best in the East. The Bulls will be No. 1. Coach Tom Thibodeau, the defensive mastermind and former Celtics assistant coach, has infused his team with confidence and an acute defensive mindset. The Bulls have the coach of the year and the MVP in Derrick Rose.
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By Michael Cunningham and Michael Cunningham,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | December 1, 2007
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. // There was little doubt that the Boston Celtics would improve by adding forward Kevin Garnett and guard Ray Allen to play alongside All-Star Paul Pierce. They had to after some lean seasons, but the transformation nonetheless has been instant and remarkable. There seemingly has been no feeling-out period required for the team's so-called Big Three. Boston started 8-0, its fourth-best start in franchise history. Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat said he is not surprised.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1997
Absent the stars who made it a special place to play a year ago, the Big East Conference has evoked a new, not-so-special image this basketball season.Parity, with all its pratfalls, has arrived in a major way.So much so that without the likes of Kerry Kittles, Ray Allen, Allen Iverson or John Wallace, the Big East tournament that begins today at Madison Square Garden will resemble a free-for-all where almost anyone can win, but very few can survive.Syracuse, which made a magical run to the national championship game a year ago, may need to win three games at the Garden just to get into the NCAA's field of 64 this year.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1996
Fila Holding S.p.A. stock fairly jumped last week out of the muck that has dragged down growth-company stocks, staging a huge rally that began before the sneaker and clothing company reported second-quarter earnings Thursday that for the 10th quarter in a row smashed analysts' estimates.After a six-week beating that took $25 off the price of its stock, Fila bounced back $14.25 in a day and a half.The rebound was spurred by the company announcing that its profits had soared 127 percent to $25.9 million, or 98 cents per American depositary share.
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