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January 28, 1991
BASKETBALL (NBA) * Miami Heat -- Activated Rony Seikaly (center) from the injured list. Signed Alan Ogg (center) for the remainder of the season.* Phoenix Suns -- Placed Kurt Rambis (forward) on the injured list. Signed Joe Barry Carroll (center) and placed him on the suspended list.HOCKEY (NHL) * New Jersey Devils -- Assigned Al Stewart and Pat Conacher (forwards) to Utica of the AHL for conditioning purposes. Recalled Neil Brady (center) from Utica.* Montreal Canadiens -- Called up Luc Gauthier (defenseman)
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | June 16, 2000
INDIANAPOLIS - Travis Best committed a flagrant foul on Shaquille O'Neal during Wednesday night's Game 4, which, at the time it happened, did not cost his team too much. O'Neal made the free throws, but the Lakers failed to score on the ensuing possession. A day later, Best's foul may have cost the backup point guard a chance to compete in the rest of NBA Finals. Best grabbed O'Neal with 7:41 left in the fourth quarter when the Lakers' center was going up for a dunk. The 7-foot-1 O'Neal made the basket anyway as the 5-11 Best landed on his left shoulder.
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February 24, 1999
BasketballNets: Placed C Rony Seikaly (foot) on the injured list.Kings: Waived G Terry Dehere.CollegeSouthern Atlantic Alliance: Named Maryland's Kelly Shipman Pitcher of the Week.Harvard: Named Bob Stitt offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.St. Bonaventure: Named Danielle Caro women's lacrosse coach.Stanford: Named Buzz Preston running backs coach.FootballBears: Signed DE Dunston Anderson.Bengals: Named Frank Verducci tight ends coach.Redskins: Signed WR Kevin Alexander, CB Raphael Ball, RB Charles Dukes, DE Ndukwe Kahu, WR Junior Lord, RB Norman Miller, FB Kevin Pesak, T Ozell Powell, DE Rahmaan Streater and T Kipp Vickers.
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February 24, 1999
BasketballNets: Placed C Rony Seikaly (foot) on the injured list.Kings: Waived G Terry Dehere.CollegeSouthern Atlantic Alliance: Named Maryland's Kelly Shipman Pitcher of the Week.Harvard: Named Bob Stitt offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.St. Bonaventure: Named Danielle Caro women's lacrosse coach.Stanford: Named Buzz Preston running backs coach.FootballBears: Signed DE Dunston Anderson.Bengals: Named Frank Verducci tight ends coach.Redskins: Signed WR Kevin Alexander, CB Raphael Ball, RB Charles Dukes, DE Ndukwe Kahu, WR Junior Lord, RB Norman Miller, FB Kevin Pesak, T Ozell Powell, DE Rahmaan Streater and T Kipp Vickers.
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February 22, 1995
BaseballCalifornia Angels -- Signed P David Harris.New York Mets -- Signed OF Shawn Abner to a minor-league contract.BasketballNBA -- Named Phoenix Suns F Charles Barkley Player of the Week. Barkley averaged 36.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 4.3 assists in three games.Dallas Mavericks -- Placed F Doug Smith (sprained right knee) on the injured list.Golden State Warriors -- Activated G Ryan Lorthridge from the injured list. Placed C Rony Seikaly (tendinitis in right ankle) on the injured list.
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March 7, 1998
BaseballBlue Jays: Agreed to terms with OF Jose Cruz and IF Tomas Perez. Renewed contracts of P Chris Carpenter and P Robert Person. Assigned P Billy Koch, P Mark Sievert, P Shannon Withem, C Luis Rodriguez, IF Jossephang Bernhardt, IF Santiago Henry and IF Jeff Patzke to minor-league camp.Cubs: Returned P Courtney Duncan and C Jose Molina to minor-league camp.Devil Rays: Assigned P Bobby Seay, P Matt White, P Daniel Garibay, P Scott Lewis, P Maximo Nunez, P Dave Eiland, OF Jim Buccheri, IF Paul Hoover and C Dan Donato to minor-league camp and OF Matias Carrillo and IF Alex Cabrera to Mexico City of Mexican League.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | November 21, 1993
It was nearing the end of an awful evening for Washington Bullets center Kevin Duckworth, and, as a pass from Rex Chapman rolled off his fingertips for a turnover that led to the Miami Heat taking a one-point lead with 7.2 seconds left, the 7-footer had one thought on his mind."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | April 18, 1997
With his team busy fighting for a playoff spot, Harvey Grant hasn't had much time to talk to his twin brother, Horace, lately. But they planned to get together yesterday (Horace is in town with the Orlando Magic, which will face Harvey's Washington Bullets tonight), with one topic in mind."We're going to discuss this," Harvey said. "This whole situation."The situation: Did the Orlando Magic deliberately lie low in Wednesday's loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers? Orlando coach Richie Adubato, whose team has the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference locked up, is a friend of Cleveland coach Mike Fratello.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | June 16, 2000
INDIANAPOLIS - Travis Best committed a flagrant foul on Shaquille O'Neal during Wednesday night's Game 4, which, at the time it happened, did not cost his team too much. O'Neal made the free throws, but the Lakers failed to score on the ensuing possession. A day later, Best's foul may have cost the backup point guard a chance to compete in the rest of NBA Finals. Best grabbed O'Neal with 7:41 left in the fourth quarter when the Lakers' center was going up for a dunk. The 7-foot-1 O'Neal made the basket anyway as the 5-11 Best landed on his left shoulder.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | February 22, 1991
LANDOVER -- When the first shot of the game is an air ball from Bernard King in the lane, everyone should know it is going to be a long night. But when the opposing team is the Miami Heat, well, no one wants to believe it."It could very well be the ugliest game I've seen this season," said Washington Bullets coach Wes Unseld, who saw his team go flat, flatter, flattest down the stretch in a 104-90 defeat last night before 7,183 at the Capital Centre.When it was over, the coach was willing to let others offer reasons for the way his team played.
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March 7, 1998
BaseballBlue Jays: Agreed to terms with OF Jose Cruz and IF Tomas Perez. Renewed contracts of P Chris Carpenter and P Robert Person. Assigned P Billy Koch, P Mark Sievert, P Shannon Withem, C Luis Rodriguez, IF Jossephang Bernhardt, IF Santiago Henry and IF Jeff Patzke to minor-league camp.Cubs: Returned P Courtney Duncan and C Jose Molina to minor-league camp.Devil Rays: Assigned P Bobby Seay, P Matt White, P Daniel Garibay, P Scott Lewis, P Maximo Nunez, P Dave Eiland, OF Jim Buccheri, IF Paul Hoover and C Dan Donato to minor-league camp and OF Matias Carrillo and IF Alex Cabrera to Mexico City of Mexican League.
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By Jerry Bembry | April 24, 1997
No. 1 Chicago (69-13) vs. No. 8 Washington (44-38)Season series: Chicago, 2-1 (Chicago, 108-107, on Jan. 14; Chicago, 103-99, on Feb. 21; Washington, 110-102, on April 3).Last playoff appearance: In 1996, the Bulls won the NBA title, beating Seattle in six games. The Bullets last appeared in the playoffs in 1988, when they lost in the first round to the Detroit Pistons, 3-2.Key players: Chicago -- Michael Jordan (29.6 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 4.3 apg), Scottie Pippen (20.2 ppg, 6.5 rpg, 5.7 apg), Dennis Rodman (16.1 rpg)
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | April 18, 1997
With his team busy fighting for a playoff spot, Harvey Grant hasn't had much time to talk to his twin brother, Horace, lately. But they planned to get together yesterday (Horace is in town with the Orlando Magic, which will face Harvey's Washington Bullets tonight), with one topic in mind."We're going to discuss this," Harvey said. "This whole situation."The situation: Did the Orlando Magic deliberately lie low in Wednesday's loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers? Orlando coach Richie Adubato, whose team has the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference locked up, is a friend of Cleveland coach Mike Fratello.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1997
LANDOVER -- Even the Washington Bullets will admit that they have been a mediocre team at home this season. And that they haven't done a good enough job against the better teams in the Eastern Conference.But as they played their last game at home until Feb. 11 against an Orlando Magic team that they figure to battle for playoff position, the Bullets knew last night's game at the USAir Arena was of major importance.Which made what happened all the more impressive. A team that has had difficulty all season putting teams away, Washington did just that to the Magic, 102-82, for its second-largest victory margin of the season before a sellout crowd of 18,756.
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February 22, 1995
BaseballCalifornia Angels -- Signed P David Harris.New York Mets -- Signed OF Shawn Abner to a minor-league contract.BasketballNBA -- Named Phoenix Suns F Charles Barkley Player of the Week. Barkley averaged 36.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 4.3 assists in three games.Dallas Mavericks -- Placed F Doug Smith (sprained right knee) on the injured list.Golden State Warriors -- Activated G Ryan Lorthridge from the injured list. Placed C Rony Seikaly (tendinitis in right ankle) on the injured list.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Sports Writer | November 18, 1994
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- As Tom Gugliotta entered the visiting locker room at the Meadowlands Arena last night, the red Washington Bullets jersey bearing his name was hung in a locker. Yet minutes before, Gugliotta had found out that he had worn the Washington jersey for the final time.Thirty minutes before the Bullets faced the New Jersey Nets, Gugliotta was leaving the arena and heading home after having heard that he had been traded, along with three first-round draft picks, to the Golden State Warriors for Chris Webber.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | November 22, 1993
For Washington Bullets center Kevin Duckworth, the abuse from vocal fans at the Baltimore Arena began to get personal after rookie backup center Gheorghe Muresan scored his first NBA field goal early in the second quarter Saturday against the Miami Heat."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1997
LANDOVER -- Even the Washington Bullets will admit that they have been a mediocre team at home this season. And that they haven't done a good enough job against the better teams in the Eastern Conference.But as they played their last game at home until Feb. 11 against an Orlando Magic team that they figure to battle for playoff position, the Bullets knew last night's game at the USAir Arena was of major importance.Which made what happened all the more impressive. A team that has had difficulty all season putting teams away, Washington did just that to the Magic, 102-82, for its second-largest victory margin of the season before a sellout crowd of 18,756.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | November 3, 1994
Ask Orlando Magic center Shaquille O'Neal about his team, and he talks of the best starting five in the league. Ask newlyacquired forward Horace Grant -- who picked up three championship rings with the Chicago Bulls -- about his new team, and he says that winning his fourth ring is inevitable.But through all the buildup, the magazine cover stories, the media predictions, coach Brian Hill tells his team to check the history books. They don't have to look back very far."I try to tell them to forget about the press clippings.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | November 22, 1993
For Washington Bullets center Kevin Duckworth, the abuse from vocal fans at the Baltimore Arena began to get personal after rookie backup center Gheorghe Muresan scored his first NBA field goal early in the second quarter Saturday against the Miami Heat."
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