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June 2, 2006
Good morning --Tayshaun Prince -- You may have to rescue the artists formerly known as the Pistons.
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January 16, 2011
Record and statistics through Friday's games (last week's rank) 1. Heat 30-11 (1): In good news, can still win 70 if they finish 40-1. 2. Celtics 30-9 (2): Thank heaven for Clippers, who beat Heat, wounded LeBron James. 3. Spurs 34-6 (3): Lakers just went 9-1 … and gained one game on them. 4. Lakers 30-11 (6): They'll never be young again, but they're still really tall. 5. Magic 25-14 (4): 9-0 run ends with road losses to Hornets and Thunder.
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May 5, 2010
Saying he was "not at all proud," Bulls executive John Paxson apologized Tuesday to the organization and newly fired coach Vinny Del Negro for their late-season altercation but also made it clear he plans to stick around. General manager Gar Forman insisted the postgame altercation March 30 in a dispute over Joakim Noah 's playing time played no part in Del Negro's firing, that the Bulls simply needed a change "to take this team to another level" after Del Negro led them to a 41-41 record and a first-round playoff exit in each of his two seasons.
NEWS
May 5, 2010
Saying he was "not at all proud," Bulls executive John Paxson apologized Tuesday to the organization and newly fired coach Vinny Del Negro for their late-season altercation but also made it clear he plans to stick around. General manager Gar Forman insisted the postgame altercation March 30 in a dispute over Joakim Noah 's playing time played no part in Del Negro's firing, that the Bulls simply needed a change "to take this team to another level" after Del Negro led them to a 41-41 record and a first-round playoff exit in each of his two seasons.
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By NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | March 18, 2001
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Screaming and shouting at the end of a second-round win is for Southern California. Or for some other team that hasn't made the Sweet 16 in 40 years. Kentucky makes it this far practically every year. Last night, the Wildcats behaved accordingly after making the regional semifinals for the eight time in the past 10 years. Second-seeded Kentucky handled seventh-seeded Iowa, 92-79, at Nassau Coliseum. The Wildcats advanced to play sixth-seeded USC -- which last got this far in 1961 -- in the NCAA tournament's East Regional semifinals Thursday in Philadelphia.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 23, 2002
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Tayshaun Prince led Kentucky in scoring last night, but he didn't inflict the kind of damage upon Maryland that he did on Tulsa in the Wildcats' second-round victory. The willowy, 6-foot-10 senior wing nearly reached his average with 17 points at the Carrier Dome in an NCAA tournament East Regional semifinal, but he worked for every one and didn't come close to breaking loose for another 41-point outburst. Thank you, Byron Mouton. Given the similarities between Prince and Mike Dunleavy, there was speculation that Maryland coach Gary Williams might mark the Kentucky star with Chris Wilcox, who shut down the Duke junior at Cole Field House last month.
SPORTS
January 16, 2011
Record and statistics through Friday's games (last week's rank) 1. Heat 30-11 (1): In good news, can still win 70 if they finish 40-1. 2. Celtics 30-9 (2): Thank heaven for Clippers, who beat Heat, wounded LeBron James. 3. Spurs 34-6 (3): Lakers just went 9-1 … and gained one game on them. 4. Lakers 30-11 (6): They'll never be young again, but they're still really tall. 5. Magic 25-14 (4): 9-0 run ends with road losses to Hornets and Thunder.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | November 7, 2004
THE PRO BASKETBALL season is up and running again with its unstated but abiding pledge to affirm the presence of selfishness in sports. Latrell Sprewell's latest contribution was a classic rant last week about being disrespected by the Minnesota Timberwolves, who are paying him $14.6 million this season. Calling the team's three-year, $21 million extension offer "insulting," Sprewell, 34, explained, "I'm at risk. I've got my family to feed." Proving yet again that the NBA does "me first" better than anyone.
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By Sam Smith and Sam Smith,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | June 11, 2004
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - This must be what a teetering dynasty sounds like. The Los Angeles Lakers almost can hear theirs crumbling. "I told the team at halftime I didn't think we could play worse than we did in the first half," Lakers coach Phil Jackson said. "Then we tried hard in the second half to duplicate it." That monument to excellence the Lakers built this decade with three championships in the last four years is showing fissures that even Derek Fisher, or some miracle maker, seem unable to fill.
SPORTS
March 12, 2001
1. Duke (29-4) Coach: Mike Krzyzewski. Conference: Atlantic Coast. How they made it: The Blue Devils spent the season at or near the top of the polls and won a share of the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship. Key to advancing: Duke had an astounding 49.7 field-goal percentage this season. But if Carlos Boozer can't bounce back from a foot injury, someone else will have to provide toughness on the boards. 2. Kentucky (22-9) Coach: Tubby Smith. Conference: Southeastern.
SPORTS
June 2, 2006
Good morning --Tayshaun Prince -- You may have to rescue the artists formerly known as the Pistons.
SPORTS
By JOHN EISENBERG | November 7, 2004
THE PRO BASKETBALL season is up and running again with its unstated but abiding pledge to affirm the presence of selfishness in sports. Latrell Sprewell's latest contribution was a classic rant last week about being disrespected by the Minnesota Timberwolves, who are paying him $14.6 million this season. Calling the team's three-year, $21 million extension offer "insulting," Sprewell, 34, explained, "I'm at risk. I've got my family to feed." Proving yet again that the NBA does "me first" better than anyone.
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By Sam Smith and Sam Smith,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | June 11, 2004
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - This must be what a teetering dynasty sounds like. The Los Angeles Lakers almost can hear theirs crumbling. "I told the team at halftime I didn't think we could play worse than we did in the first half," Lakers coach Phil Jackson said. "Then we tried hard in the second half to duplicate it." That monument to excellence the Lakers built this decade with three championships in the last four years is showing fissures that even Derek Fisher, or some miracle maker, seem unable to fill.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 23, 2002
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Tayshaun Prince led Kentucky in scoring last night, but he didn't inflict the kind of damage upon Maryland that he did on Tulsa in the Wildcats' second-round victory. The willowy, 6-foot-10 senior wing nearly reached his average with 17 points at the Carrier Dome in an NCAA tournament East Regional semifinal, but he worked for every one and didn't come close to breaking loose for another 41-point outburst. Thank you, Byron Mouton. Given the similarities between Prince and Mike Dunleavy, there was speculation that Maryland coach Gary Williams might mark the Kentucky star with Chris Wilcox, who shut down the Duke junior at Cole Field House last month.
SPORTS
By NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | March 18, 2001
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Screaming and shouting at the end of a second-round win is for Southern California. Or for some other team that hasn't made the Sweet 16 in 40 years. Kentucky makes it this far practically every year. Last night, the Wildcats behaved accordingly after making the regional semifinals for the eight time in the past 10 years. Second-seeded Kentucky handled seventh-seeded Iowa, 92-79, at Nassau Coliseum. The Wildcats advanced to play sixth-seeded USC -- which last got this far in 1961 -- in the NCAA tournament's East Regional semifinals Thursday in Philadelphia.
SPORTS
March 12, 2001
1. Duke (29-4) Coach: Mike Krzyzewski. Conference: Atlantic Coast. How they made it: The Blue Devils spent the season at or near the top of the polls and won a share of the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship. Key to advancing: Duke had an astounding 49.7 field-goal percentage this season. But if Carlos Boozer can't bounce back from a foot injury, someone else will have to provide toughness on the boards. 2. Kentucky (22-9) Coach: Tubby Smith. Conference: Southeastern.
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By Milton Kent | May 3, 2004
Second round, Eastern Conference No. 2 New Jersey (47-35) vs. No .3 Detroit (54-28) Season series: 2-2 (Detroit will have home-court advantage by virtue of a better regular-season record.) How they got here: New Jersey swept New York, 4-0, in the first round. Detroit beat Milwaukee, 4-1, in the first round. Nets outlook: F Kenyon Martin, who had been suffering from a knee injury, averaged 23.3 points and 14 rebounds in the four-game sweep over the Knicks. Likewise, G Jason Kidd, who also has had knee problems, returned to form in the New York series, with a 17-point, nine-assist average.
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