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February 20, 1992
The career statistics of Rex Chapman and Tom Hammonds, who were traded for each other yesterday:REX CHAPMAN... ... ... ...G... . FG... . FT... Reb... Ast..... Pts1988-89 Cha... 75... .414... .795... 187... 176... 16.9Cha... 54... .408... .750... 179... 132... 17.5Cha... 70... .445... .830... 191... 250... 15.7Cha... 21... .450... .679... 54... 86... ..12.4Totals... ... 220... .423... .788... 611... 644... 16.2TOM HAMMONDS... ... ... ...G... . FG... ..FT... Reb... Ast... . Pts1989-90 Wash.
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March 29, 1999
BaseballAthletics: Optioned C Ramon Hernandez to Triple-A Vancouver. Reassigned former Orioles P Mike Oquist to minor-league camp.Blue Jays: Assigned P Billy Koch to minor-league camp.Expos: Released P Erik Bennett, OF Ed Brady, OF Dax Jones, C Luis Rivera, OF Mo Blakeney, OF Jermaine Swinton, OF Trovin Valdez, P Jason Woodring, P Andrew Frierson and P Raymond Plummer from minor-league camp.Giants: Assigned 1B Damon Minor, OF Calvin Murray, P Steve Connelly and former Orioles IF-OF Jack Voigt to minor-league camp.
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April 19, 1995
Opponent: Orlando MagicSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:30Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: This is the second game in a home-and-home series, with the Magic winning Monday night at the Orlando Arena. Bullets G Calbert Cheaney may play, despite missing the past two games with the flu. He has lost 12 pounds. G Rex Chapman (pulled abdominal muscle) and C Jim McIlvaine (sprained left ankle) will miss the game. The Magic clinched the Atlantic Division title with Monday's win, but has struggled this season on the road (18-21)
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February 1, 1997
BaseballBlue Jays: Agreed to terms with OF Mike Aldrete on minor-league contract with invitation to major-league camp.Braves: Agreed to one-year, $375,000 contract with P Yorkis Perez.Indians: Assigned C Sean Mulligan outright to Triple-A Buffalo and invited him to major-league camp.Phillies: Traded 1B Gene Schall to White Sox for 1B Mike Robertson, who was invited to major-league camp as nonroster player.Red Sox: Signed IF Mike Benjamin to minor-league contract and invited him to major-league camp.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | October 15, 1992
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Rex Chapman and his wife, Bridget, are expecting the birth of their first child "momentarily."And the Washington Bullets also are expecting big things of the veteran guard this year after a long summer of anticipation.Chapman, bothered by a bruised left heel, played only one game for the Bullets after being acquired from the Charlotte Hornets last February for forward Tom Hammonds."Rex is not only a key part of our rebuilding plans, but I also see this as a career year for Rex himself," said assistant coach Jeff Bzdelik.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | March 8, 1993
The injury-depleted Washington Bullets, who have lost nine of their past 10 games, are expected to add shooting guard Larry Robinson, who played briefly for Washington two years ago, to their roster in time for tomorrow night's game against the Hornets in Charlotte.A team source said Robinson, a 6-foot-5, left-handed shooter, will sign a 10-day contract and could participate in today's practice.The Centenary graduate has been playing in the CBA the past two seasons and is averaging 16 points for the Rapid City Thrillers.
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By Sandra McKee | March 12, 1991
VS. CHARLOTTE HORNETS* WHERE: Charlotte Coliseum.* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* TV/RADIO: Ch. 20; WTOP-AM 1500, WINX-AM 1600.* OUTLOOK: The Bullets' losing streak is at nine overall, and they've lost eight straight on the road. In Charlotte, the Bullets (22-39) may catch a break with Rex Chapman (hyperextended left knee and bruised ribs) and his replacement Dell Curry (partially separated left shoulder) both questionable. But Bullets forward Harvey Grant (sore right ankle) also remains sidelined and will not play.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | February 20, 1992
The Washington Bullets added to their already congested backcourt last night by obtaining injured guard Rex Chapman from the Charlotte Hornets for forward Tom Hammonds.The trade of former first-round draft picks gives the Bullets five shooting guards -- Chapman, David Wingate, A.J. English, Ledell Eackles and 1991 first-round draft pick LaBradford Smith -- but general manager John Nash said "the up side was so great, it was significant enough to warrant the deal."Chapman, 24, has missed the last 30 games because of a bruised left heel.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | June 14, 1995
Since Kevin Duckworth came to the Washington Bullets in a trade two seasons ago, the team has been unhappy with the center's performance. Now, after a season in which he was on the suspended list two times, there could be an opening for Duckworth's departure.Today, all the teams in the NBA except for the Houston Rockets and the Orlando Magic will release the list of eight players they intend to protect for the expansion draft.The Vancouver Grizzlies and Toronto Raptors are joining the league next season and will get a chance to pick one player from each of the rosters of current NBA teams.
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April 19, 1995
Opponent: Orlando MagicSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:30Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: This is the second game in a home-and-home series, with the Magic winning Monday night at the Orlando Arena. Bullets G Calbert Cheaney may play, despite missing the past two games with the flu. He has lost 12 pounds. G Rex Chapman (pulled abdominal muscle) and C Jim McIlvaine (sprained left ankle) will miss the game. The Magic clinched the Atlantic Division title with Monday's win, but has struggled this season on the road (18-21)
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By JOHN EISENBERG | January 20, 1995
Opinion: The people of Tampa will never build a new stadium for Malcolm Glazer. He'll be shopping the team in three years.Fact: The Bucs traded Steve Young to the 49ers in 1987 for second-round and fourth-round draft picks that turned into players named Bruce Hill and Winston Moss.Opinion: A 48-game hockey season? Hmm. Let's do it every year.Fact: The Pittsburgh Steelers didn't throw into the end zone until fourth down of their final, goal-line series against the Chargers last Sunday.Opinion: Memo to Andre Agassi: Give us a break.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | January 14, 1995
LANDOVER -- An indication of things to come last night came a mere 52 seconds into the game when 7-foot-7 Washington Bullets center Gheorghe Muresan tried a jumper from the baseline.Six-foot-11 Indiana Pacers forward Dale Davis deposited Muresan's shot into the cheap seats.From there, the evening turned into an Indiana block party, with the Pacers recording a season-high 16 blocks in last night's 113-99 win over the Bullets before a sellout crowd of 18,756 at USAir Arena.In a season in which the Bullets already have gotten off to the worst start in franchise history, the loss last night -- the team's 10th in a row -- matches its longest losing streak since moving from Baltimore.
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