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By David Steele | May 5, 2007
Ponder this, before you ponder all the other things about the Golden State-Dallas series that just ended, especially Thursday's Game 6: If you were told before the game that one player would score 33 points, hit seven three-pointers and lead his team to a 25-point victory, and another player would shoot 2-for-13, miss all his three-pointers, score eight points and be the sixth-leading scorer on the losing team, and you had to choose which player was...
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March 19, 2012
L.A. comes out ahead Shandel Richardson Sun Sentinel The city of Los Angeles was the biggest winner at the trade deadline. The Clippers and Lakers both made deals that moved them closer to competing with the Thunder. The Clippers acquired Nick Young from the Wizards for almost nothing (Brian Cook and a second-round pick). Young gives them another scorer in the backcourt to help offset the loss of Chauncey Billups. The Lakers made similar progress with the acquisition of point guard Ramon Sessions.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | December 24, 2004
In a decision that could threaten NBA commissioner David Stern's authority in terms of handing out future suspensions, a U.S. District Court judge yesterday upheld the ruling of a New York arbitrator who on Wednesday had trimmed 10 games off the 25-game suspension of Indiana Pacers forward Jermaine O'Neal. The ruling by Judge George B. Daniels will allow O'Neal to play in tomorrow's nationally televised game against the Detroit Pistons at Conseco Fieldhoue in Indianapolis. O'Neal was one of five Pacers and four Pistons suspended for their part in a brawl with fans at The Palace of Auburn Hills during a Nov. 19 game.
SPORTS
By David Steele | May 5, 2007
Ponder this, before you ponder all the other things about the Golden State-Dallas series that just ended, especially Thursday's Game 6: If you were told before the game that one player would score 33 points, hit seven three-pointers and lead his team to a 25-point victory, and another player would shoot 2-for-13, miss all his three-pointers, score eight points and be the sixth-leading scorer on the losing team, and you had to choose which player was...
NEWS
March 19, 2012
L.A. comes out ahead Shandel Richardson Sun Sentinel The city of Los Angeles was the biggest winner at the trade deadline. The Clippers and Lakers both made deals that moved them closer to competing with the Thunder. The Clippers acquired Nick Young from the Wizards for almost nothing (Brian Cook and a second-round pick). Young gives them another scorer in the backcourt to help offset the loss of Chauncey Billups. The Lakers made similar progress with the acquisition of point guard Ramon Sessions.
SPORTS
October 7, 2006
Good morning --Stephen Jackson -- You might have been punched and struck by a car, but at least it wasn't Albert Haynesworth
SPORTS
November 22, 2004
Moves Basketball NBA: Suspended Pacers F Ron Artest for rest of season for fighting with fans at Friday's Pistons game. Also suspended Pacers G Stephen Jackson for 30 games, Pacers F Jermaine O'Neal for 25, Pistons F Ben Wallace for 6, Pacers G Anthony Johnson for 5, Pacers G Reggie Miller for 1, Pistons G Chauncey Billups for 1, Pistons C Elden Campbell for 1 and Pistons F Derrick Coleman for 1. CLIPPERS: Activated G Kerry Kittles from injured list....
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January 22, 2014
Deportation is defined as being the expulsion of an undesirable alien from a country. The topic Mr. McPeek (Letters, Jan. 2) referenced is correctly referred to as "remittance. " Legal and undocumented immigrants already pay "fees" via the taxes and fees associated with these remittances, not to mention the fees paid for calling cards, Internet access (for Skype-type communication), and text message sent to family and friends overseas. These so-called deported monies are used to purchase products, services, and to support local infrastructure.
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August 3, 2001
Baseball Devil Rays: Activated former Orioles P Juan Guzman from the 60-day DL and optioned him to Triple-A Durham. Reds: Named Jose Cardenal special consultant to the general manager and farm director. Rockies: Activated P John Thomson from the 15-day DL. Placed C Ben Petrick on the 15-day DL. Tigers: Signed P Bryce Florie to a minor-league contract. Basketball Mavericks: Signed F-C Danny Manning. Pistons: Signed F Rodney White, their first-round pick, to a three-year contract. Spurs: Signed F Stephen Jackson and G Charlie Smith.
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By MILTON KENT | May 5, 2003
Eastern Conference No. 2 New Jersey Nets vs. No. 6 Boston Celtics How they got here: The Nets eliminated seventh seed Milwaukee in six games in the opening round. The Celtics upset No. 3 Indiana in six games. Season series: New Jersey won, 3-1. Outlook: These two teams met last spring in the Eastern finals with the Nets winning in six games, though Boston stunned New Jersey with a comeback from 25 points down in Game 4. Jason Kidd went 5-for-10 from three-point range in the four regular-season games against Boston this year, while the Celtics' Antoine Walker hit just two of his 10 three-point attempts, as the Nets won by at least 10 in each of their victories.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | December 24, 2004
In a decision that could threaten NBA commissioner David Stern's authority in terms of handing out future suspensions, a U.S. District Court judge yesterday upheld the ruling of a New York arbitrator who on Wednesday had trimmed 10 games off the 25-game suspension of Indiana Pacers forward Jermaine O'Neal. The ruling by Judge George B. Daniels will allow O'Neal to play in tomorrow's nationally televised game against the Detroit Pistons at Conseco Fieldhoue in Indianapolis. O'Neal was one of five Pacers and four Pistons suspended for their part in a brawl with fans at The Palace of Auburn Hills during a Nov. 19 game.
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