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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 14, 2000
Just looking at Sean Elliott's feathery jump shot, you wouldn't know that he hasn't played competitive basketball in nearly nine months. The ball spins gently off the fingertips, rotating softly through the air before landing in the basket, barely touching anything but the bottom of the net. Just looking at Elliott's smooth face, you couldn't guess what the San Antonio Spurs forward has endured since helping his team win the NBA championship last season....
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 14, 2000
Just looking at Sean Elliott's feathery jump shot, you wouldn't know that he hasn't played competitive basketball in nearly nine months. The ball spins gently off the fingertips, rotating softly through the air before landing in the basket, barely touching anything but the bottom of the net. Just looking at Elliott's smooth face, you couldn't guess what the San Antonio Spurs forward has endured since helping his team win the NBA championship last season....
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1999
Since claiming their first NBA championship little more than four months ago, the San Antonio Spurs have experienced distractions that would cause less-experienced teams to lose focus and coaches less confident than Gregg Popovich to lose sleep.It began in August, when starting small forward Sean Elliott underwent a kidney transplant that left his career in doubt. It continued earlier this month, when the Oct. 1 deadline to lock up NBA Finals MVP Tim Duncan to a long-term contract passed without any attempt to re-sign the third-year center.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1999
Since claiming their first NBA championship little more than four months ago, the San Antonio Spurs have experienced distractions that would cause less-experienced teams to lose focus and coaches less confident than Gregg Popovich to lose sleep.It began in August, when starting small forward Sean Elliott underwent a kidney transplant that left his career in doubt. It continued earlier this month, when the Oct. 1 deadline to lock up NBA Finals MVP Tim Duncan to a long-term contract passed without any attempt to re-sign the third-year center.
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January 22, 1998
BaseballAstros: Agreed to terms with former Orioles P Bob Milacki on minor-league contract.Blue Jays: Agreed to terms with P Tomas Davey, P Gary Glover, P Joe Young, P Steve Sinclair, IF Ryan Jones, IF Mike Peeples, P Kevin Witt, OF Anthony Sanders and OF Shannon Stewart on one-year contracts.Mets: Agreed to terms with OF Rick Parker on minor-league contract.Twins: Named Ricardo Ingram hitting and outfield coach.BasketballHeat: Signed G Gerald Madkins to 10-day contract.Hornets: Signed C Michael McDonald to 10-day contract.
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By Bonnie DeSimone and Bonnie DeSimone,Contributing Writer | November 10, 1993
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Close. And cigars all around.Balanced scoring, solid play from an unheralded bench, and poise down the stretch earned the Washington Bullets their first win of the season, 118-112, over the Detroit Pistons."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 4, 1991
LANDOVER -- Coach Larry Brown spent 10 minutes before the game at the Capital Centre yesterday explaining why his San Antonio Spurs had lost six of their past eight games, the difficulties of carrying three rookies on the roster, and the importance of point guard Rod Strickland, who is out after breaking his hand in a bar fracas.It was easy feeling sorry for Brown until the game started. Then it was a lot easier feeling sorry for the free-falling Washington Bullets.The talent-rich Spurs (36-19)
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | December 31, 1994
LANDOVER -- For the Washington Bullets, the 1994 portion of their season ended at the USAir Arena ugly -- very ugly.Going against All-Star center David Robinson and sharp shooting forward Chuck Person, the Bullets collapsed in last night's 115-101 loss before a sellout crowd.It was the 11th loss in the past 12 games for the Bullets, who fell to 7-19.Calbert Cheaney's 23 points, and 18 points and 15 rebounds from Juwan Howard led the Bullets.San Antonio got 30 points from Robinson and 27 from Chuck Person, who stared in place of Sean Elliott (dislocated right index finger)
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September 30, 1995
BasketballCleveland Cavaliers: Signed G Bob Sura and F Donny Marshall.Los Angeles Clippers: Renounced the rights to free-agent G Gary Grant.Los Angeles Lakers: C Sam Bowie announced his retirement.Minnesota Timberwolves: Signed F Sam Mitchell.San Antonio Spurs: Signed F Sean Elliott, C Carl Herrera, F-C Greg Anderson, F-C Brad Lohaus and G Doc Rivers.FootballHouston Oilers: Signed free-agent RB Marion Butts. Placed LB Al Smith on injured reserve.HockeyMighty Ducks of Anaheim: Assigned LW Alex Hicks, C J. F. Jomphe, D Pavel Trnka and D DarrenVan Impe to AHL Baltimore.
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February 7, 1994
BaseballPhiladelphia Phillies -- Agreed to terms with former Orioles P Curt Schilling on a one-year contract.BasketballHouston Rockets -- Rescinded trade of F Robert Horry and F Matt Bullard and two second-round draft picks to Detroit Pistons for F Sean Elliott because Elliott failed a physical.Washington Bullets -- Signed F Gerald Paddio to a second 10-day contract.FootballBaltimore Colts (CFL) -- Prospective team signed coach Don Matthews to a three-year contract with options for three more years.
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January 22, 1998
BaseballAstros: Agreed to terms with former Orioles P Bob Milacki on minor-league contract.Blue Jays: Agreed to terms with P Tomas Davey, P Gary Glover, P Joe Young, P Steve Sinclair, IF Ryan Jones, IF Mike Peeples, P Kevin Witt, OF Anthony Sanders and OF Shannon Stewart on one-year contracts.Mets: Agreed to terms with OF Rick Parker on minor-league contract.Twins: Named Ricardo Ingram hitting and outfield coach.BasketballHeat: Signed G Gerald Madkins to 10-day contract.Hornets: Signed C Michael McDonald to 10-day contract.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | December 31, 1994
LANDOVER -- For the Washington Bullets, the 1994 portion of their season ended at the USAir Arena ugly -- very ugly.Going against All-Star center David Robinson and sharp shooting forward Chuck Person, the Bullets collapsed in last night's 115-101 loss before a sellout crowd.It was the 11th loss in the past 12 games for the Bullets, who fell to 7-19.Calbert Cheaney's 23 points, and 18 points and 15 rebounds from Juwan Howard led the Bullets.San Antonio got 30 points from Robinson and 27 from Chuck Person, who stared in place of Sean Elliott (dislocated right index finger)
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By Bonnie DeSimone and Bonnie DeSimone,Contributing Writer | November 10, 1993
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Close. And cigars all around.Balanced scoring, solid play from an unheralded bench, and poise down the stretch earned the Washington Bullets their first win of the season, 118-112, over the Detroit Pistons."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 4, 1991
LANDOVER -- Coach Larry Brown spent 10 minutes before the game at the Capital Centre yesterday explaining why his San Antonio Spurs had lost six of their past eight games, the difficulties of carrying three rookies on the roster, and the importance of point guard Rod Strickland, who is out after breaking his hand in a bar fracas.It was easy feeling sorry for Brown until the game started. Then it was a lot easier feeling sorry for the free-falling Washington Bullets.The talent-rich Spurs (36-19)
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By Jerry Bembry | June 16, 1999
San Antonio Spurs vs. New York KnicksRegular-season record: San Antonio 37-13. New York 27-23.Playoff record: San Antonio 11-1 (beat No. 8 seed Minnesota, 3-1; swept No. 4 seed Los Angeles Lakers, 4-0; swept No. 2 seed Portland, 4-0). New York 11-4: (beat No. 1 seed Miami, 3-2; swept No. 4 seed Atlanta, 4-0; beat No. 2 seed Indiana, 4-2).Season series: Teams did not meet.Last NBA Finals appearance: San Antonio is playing in the NBA Finals for the first time. The New York Knicks lost in seven games to the Houston Rockets in the 1994 Finals.
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February 22, 2001
Baseball Diamondbacks: Signed P John Patterson, P Bret Prinz, C Rod Barajas, IF Alex Clinton, IF Junior Spivey, OF Jason Conti, OF Jack Cust and OF Rob Ryan to one-year contracts. Basketball NBA: Suspended Milwaukee Bucks F Glenn Robinson and Chicago Bulls F Ron Artest one game each without pay and fined each $7,500 for their altercation in a game Tuesday. Spurs: Activated F Sean Elliott from the injured list. Placed F Ira Newble on the injured list. Liberty (WNBA): Signed Carol Blazejowski, senior vice president and general manager, to a multi-year contract extension.
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