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March 25, 1994
Time, site: 8:02 tonight, Reunion Arena, DallasTV: NoneOutlook: The key for Arkansas will be to get the ball inside. F Corliss Williamson scored 27 points in the Razorbacks' 93-91 overtime victory over Tulsa in December. For Tulsa, the key will be to free up G Shea Seals and F Gary Collier from beyond the three-point line. Arkansas was vulnerable to Kentucky in the SEC tournament, allowing 16 three-pointers in a 90-78 loss. Arkansas' depth will play a role.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | December 9, 1994
DALLAS -- It was yet another challenge for Scott Skiles, this time facing the point guard of the future in Dallas Mavericks rookie Jason Kidd. But the Washington Bullets' 30-year-old veteran showed in the end he still has enough skills to steal the show.Skiles hit an off-balance jumper with 3.1 seconds left in regulation to tie last night's game at 113, then hit two big free throws with 11.4 seconds left in overtime to help Washington to a 124-121 win at Reunion Arena last night.Chris Webber scored 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and six players scored in double figures as the Bullets (6-8)
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By Steve Richardson and Steve Richardson,Dallas Morning News | December 16, 1990
The undercurrent during the 1990-91 Southwest Conference basketball season will be how to replace Arkansas next year. What started out as a football issue when the Razorbacks announced they would jump to the Southeastern Conference in 1992 has become an even bigger problem in basketball.With Texas' football program back on its feet and Texas A&M, Houston, Baylor and Texas Christian University flirting with the SWC football title this season, Arkansas' football departure doesn't seem so bad. Basketball is another story.
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March 25, 1994
Time, site: 8:02 tonight, Reunion Arena, DallasTV: NoneOutlook: The key for Arkansas will be to get the ball inside. F Corliss Williamson scored 27 points in the Razorbacks' 93-91 overtime victory over Tulsa in December. For Tulsa, the key will be to free up G Shea Seals and F Gary Collier from beyond the three-point line. Arkansas was vulnerable to Kentucky in the SEC tournament, allowing 16 three-pointers in a 90-78 loss. Arkansas' depth will play a role.
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By David Boclair and David Boclair,Special to The Evening Sun | January 14, 1991
DALLAS -- In his 1 1/2 seasons with the Dallas Sidekicks, Hank Henry never played a game at Reunion Arena. In fact, he didn't play much at all. His Sidekicks career as a backup goalkeeper consisted of four appearances and only one victory, a 3-0 blanking of Wichita.That Kansas city was good to Henry again this weekend, although it meant bad news for the Blast. Starting goalkeeper Scott Manning injured a knee in Baltimore's 7-6 loss to the Wings there Friday, and he will be out several weeks.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | December 9, 1994
DALLAS -- It was yet another challenge for Scott Skiles, this time facing the point guard of the future in Dallas Mavericks rookie Jason Kidd. But the Washington Bullets' 30-year-old veteran showed in the end he still has enough skills to steal the show.Skiles hit an off-balance jumper with 3.1 seconds left in regulation to tie last night's game at 113, then hit two big free throws with 11.4 seconds left in overtime to help Washington to a 124-121 win at Reunion Arena last night.Chris Webber scored 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and six players scored in double figures as the Bullets (6-8)
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By Tom Powers and Tom Powers,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 12, 1993
MINNESOTA -- Dear Dallas: Watch out for Mr. Green.To the good people of the Dallas-Fort Worth area:Congratulations. You lose.Until today, the Metroplex was on the NHL's short list of expansion sites. That means your area would have been granted a franchise within the next three to five years. As with all expansion teams, the NHL would have insisted that some local money be invested into the franchise. That translates into vTC community roots, stability and commitment to the long haul.Instead, you are about to play host to the biggest carpetbagger since Reconstruction.
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By Bill Free | January 16, 1992
Mark Mettrick was nothing more than a lean rookie out of soccer-rich Hartwick College when fabled Major Soccer League scoring star Branko Segota tried to intimidate him."What have you done for the game?" screamed Segota at Mettrick after the Baltimore Blast midfielder/defender had kicked him and was called for a foul."What have you done?" shouted Mettrick right back without hesitation."I've won eight championships [11 now]," said Segota, then a midfielder for the San Diego Sockers during the 1988-89 season.
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October 8, 1996
Opponent: Dallas StarsSite: Reunion Arena, DallasTime: 8: 30TV/Radio: HTS tape delay, midnight/WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: The Capitals, after a disastrous performance in their season-opening loss to Chicago, are looking to get back to their punishing defensive style of play tonight. Dallas beat defending Stanley Cup champion Colorado on Saturday, 4-1. C Joe Juneau (sinus infection) has not practiced the past two days, but did make the trip. He is questionable for tonight.
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By Sandra McKee | January 24, 2004
Matchup: Blast (16-5) vs. Dallas Sidekicks (11-9) Site: Reunion Arena, Dallas Time: 8:05 Radio: WCBM (680 AM) Outlook: This is another of those weekends where the Blast faces back-to-back games. After defeating Monterrey last night, the team is in Dallas tonight for the last of four meetings with the Sidekicks this season. The Blast holds a 2-1 season-series lead, with the home team winning each of the three previous meetings by one goal. This is the first in a three-game homestand for the Sidekicks, who, like the Blast, lead their division.
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By Tom Powers and Tom Powers,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 12, 1993
MINNESOTA -- Dear Dallas: Watch out for Mr. Green.To the good people of the Dallas-Fort Worth area:Congratulations. You lose.Until today, the Metroplex was on the NHL's short list of expansion sites. That means your area would have been granted a franchise within the next three to five years. As with all expansion teams, the NHL would have insisted that some local money be invested into the franchise. That translates into vTC community roots, stability and commitment to the long haul.Instead, you are about to play host to the biggest carpetbagger since Reconstruction.
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By Bill Free | January 16, 1992
Mark Mettrick was nothing more than a lean rookie out of soccer-rich Hartwick College when fabled Major Soccer League scoring star Branko Segota tried to intimidate him."What have you done for the game?" screamed Segota at Mettrick after the Baltimore Blast midfielder/defender had kicked him and was called for a foul."What have you done?" shouted Mettrick right back without hesitation."I've won eight championships [11 now]," said Segota, then a midfielder for the San Diego Sockers during the 1988-89 season.
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By David Boclair and David Boclair,Special to The Evening Sun | January 14, 1991
DALLAS -- In his 1 1/2 seasons with the Dallas Sidekicks, Hank Henry never played a game at Reunion Arena. In fact, he didn't play much at all. His Sidekicks career as a backup goalkeeper consisted of four appearances and only one victory, a 3-0 blanking of Wichita.That Kansas city was good to Henry again this weekend, although it meant bad news for the Blast. Starting goalkeeper Scott Manning injured a knee in Baltimore's 7-6 loss to the Wings there Friday, and he will be out several weeks.
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By Steve Richardson and Steve Richardson,Dallas Morning News | December 16, 1990
The undercurrent during the 1990-91 Southwest Conference basketball season will be how to replace Arkansas next year. What started out as a football issue when the Razorbacks announced they would jump to the Southeastern Conference in 1992 has become an even bigger problem in basketball.With Texas' football program back on its feet and Texas A&M, Houston, Baylor and Texas Christian University flirting with the SWC football title this season, Arkansas' football departure doesn't seem so bad. Basketball is another story.
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By Sandra McKee | January 11, 1991
VS. WICHITA WINGS* WHEN: Tonight, 8:35.* WHERE: Kansas Coliseum.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.VS. DALLAS SIDEKICKS* WHEN: Sunday, 6:05 p.m.* WHERE: Reunion Arena.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: This could be another big weekend for the Blast (13-11). Just a game and a half out of first place in the Eastern Division, the Blast could be eye-to-eye with Kansas City by Monday, when the Comets come to town.Wichita, which moved into a second-place tie with the Blast the last time they met, has dropped three games since.
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