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December 29, 1991
The Warriors' Tim Hardaway shot an NBA-record 0-for-17 Friday night in a 106-102 victory against the Timberwolves. The record:Player, Team, Year.. .. .. ..FutilityTim Hardaway, G.State, '91.. .0-for-17Howie Dallmar, Phila, '48.. .0-for-15Dick Ricketts, Roch., '56.. .0-for-15Corky Devlin, F. Wayne, '56..0-for-15Charlie Tyra, N.Y., '57.. .. 0-for-15Frank Ramsey, Bost., '60.. ..0-for-15Ray Williams, N.J., '81.. .. 0-for-15Rodney McCray, Sacr., '88.. .0-for-15
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By Leonard Pitts Jr | June 14, 2009
WASHINGTON - Them Jews aren't going to let President Obama talk to me." - the Rev. Jeremiah Wright "I hate gay people ..." - Tim Hardaway, former NBA star "A Third World country."
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By RICK MAESE | February 16, 2007
Aretired NBA nobody comes out as a homosexual. A retired NBA somebody comes out as ignorant. And the rest of us came out with our political pitchforks and verbal flamethrowers, alternately defending and denouncing. And even after a full week of trying to reconcile this notion of homosexuality in the locker room, the only thing I'm fairly sure of is that Tim Hardaway did not spend Valentine's Day hand-feeding John Amaechi sesame-crusted shrimp by candlelight. "I hate gay people," Hardaway poignantly told a Miami radio station, to which there was only one knee-jerk response I could muster: I hate Tim Hardaway.
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By RICK MAESE | February 16, 2007
Aretired NBA nobody comes out as a homosexual. A retired NBA somebody comes out as ignorant. And the rest of us came out with our political pitchforks and verbal flamethrowers, alternately defending and denouncing. And even after a full week of trying to reconcile this notion of homosexuality in the locker room, the only thing I'm fairly sure of is that Tim Hardaway did not spend Valentine's Day hand-feeding John Amaechi sesame-crusted shrimp by candlelight. "I hate gay people," Hardaway poignantly told a Miami radio station, to which there was only one knee-jerk response I could muster: I hate Tim Hardaway.
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March 29, 1996
Opponent: Miami HeatSite: Miami ArenaTime: 7: 30TV/Radio: Ch. 50/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: In a recent stretch of big games, this is the biggest for the Bullets, facing one of the two teams tied for the eighth and final playoff position in the Eastern Conference. Washington trails Miami and Charlotte by 3 1/2 games. The Heat, winner in eight of its past 10 games, lost, 106-95, Wednesday to the Los Angeles Lakers. C Alonzo Mourning (22.7 ppg, 10.4 rpg) leads Miami, and the team boosted its playoff chances by making trades for G Tim Hardaway (15.1 ppg)
FEATURES
April 29, 1998
Meet Ivan Rodriguez Catcher Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez of the Texas Rangers has led the American League in throwing out runners five of the past seven seasons. "I don't even try stealing on him anymore," says New YorYankee Chuck Knoblauch, one of the A.L. 's top base-stealers. Ivan was a short, pudgy kid, which is why a Little League coacnicknamed him Pudge. He grew up to be only 5-foot-9, but he has won six Gold Gloves and is a six-time All-Star! Pub Date: 4/29/98 Tim Hardaway of the Miami Heat once made his elementary school classroom red hot. Why?
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | May 2, 1998
NEW YORK -- In his team's biggest game of the season tomorrow, Miami Heat center Alonzo Mourning will be nowhere around. Neither will New York Knicks forward Larry Johnson, who, for the second year in a row, will watch his team's biggest game from a Miami hotel.Mourning and Johnson were suspended for two games yesterday by the NBA, the result of a fight in which the former teammates exchanged punches with just over a second left in Thursday's Game 4 of the New York-Miami opening-round, best-of-five playoff series.
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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)
SPORTS
December 24, 1997
Eastern ConferenceForwardsGrant Hill, Detroit, 182,362; Scottie Pippen, Chicago, 85,286; Shawn Kemp, Cleveland, 84,856; Glen Rice, Charlotte, 46,152; Chris Webber, Washington, 44,062; Antoine Walker, Boston, 32,347; Dennis Rodman, Chicago, 31,792; Juwan Howard, Washington, 12,763; Glenn Robinson, Milwaukee, 12,674; Toni Kukoc, Chicago, 12,424.GuardsMichael Jordan, Chicago, 197,370; Penny Hardaway, Orlando, 116,926; Allen Iverson, Philadelphia, 73,435; Tim Hardaway, Miami, 58,706; Damon Stoudamire, Toronto, 25,939; Reggie Miller, Indiana, 25,720; Ray Allen, Milwaukee, 17,501; Mookie Blaylock, Atlanta, 13,880; Steve Smith, Atlanta, 13,779; Terrell Brandon, Milwaukee, 13,571.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
LANDOVER -- Washington Bullets guard Scott Skiles had just hit a three-pointer midway through the third quarter and the crowd at the USAir Arena was going wild. The Bullets were leading by 18 points and were on the verge of their third straight win, something that hasn't happened all season.And then the Bullets totally collapsed. By the end of the quarter, the lead over the Golden State Warriors was just six, and by the fourth quarter the Bullets were playing catch-up, only to suffer a 121-118 overtime loss before 15,911.
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December 2, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Signed P Rod Bolton, P Ricardo Jordan, 1B Kurt Bierek, SS Norberto Martin, OF Damon Hollins, OF Matt Luke and former Orioles minor-league OF Brad Tyler to minor-league contracts and invited them to spring training.Indians: Re-signed Dan Williams as working coach.Reds: Named Cotton Nye and former Orioles OF Mark Corey as area scouts.Twins: OF Midre Cummings (.263 in 38 AB) agreed to $300,000, one-year contract.White Sox: Named Nick Levya manager for Triple-A Charlotte.BasketballNBA: Named Lakers C Shaquille O'Neal Player of the Month, Trail Blazers' Mike Dunleavy Coach of the Month and Clippers F Lamar Odom and Celtics G-F Adrian Griffin Rookies of the Month.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | May 2, 1998
NEW YORK -- In his team's biggest game of the season tomorrow, Miami Heat center Alonzo Mourning will be nowhere around. Neither will New York Knicks forward Larry Johnson, who, for the second year in a row, will watch his team's biggest game from a Miami hotel.Mourning and Johnson were suspended for two games yesterday by the NBA, the result of a fight in which the former teammates exchanged punches with just over a second left in Thursday's Game 4 of the New York-Miami opening-round, best-of-five playoff series.
FEATURES
April 29, 1998
Meet Ivan Rodriguez Catcher Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez of the Texas Rangers has led the American League in throwing out runners five of the past seven seasons. "I don't even try stealing on him anymore," says New YorYankee Chuck Knoblauch, one of the A.L. 's top base-stealers. Ivan was a short, pudgy kid, which is why a Little League coacnicknamed him Pudge. He grew up to be only 5-foot-9, but he has won six Gold Gloves and is a six-time All-Star! Pub Date: 4/29/98 Tim Hardaway of the Miami Heat once made his elementary school classroom red hot. Why?
SPORTS
December 24, 1997
Eastern ConferenceForwardsGrant Hill, Detroit, 182,362; Scottie Pippen, Chicago, 85,286; Shawn Kemp, Cleveland, 84,856; Glen Rice, Charlotte, 46,152; Chris Webber, Washington, 44,062; Antoine Walker, Boston, 32,347; Dennis Rodman, Chicago, 31,792; Juwan Howard, Washington, 12,763; Glenn Robinson, Milwaukee, 12,674; Toni Kukoc, Chicago, 12,424.GuardsMichael Jordan, Chicago, 197,370; Penny Hardaway, Orlando, 116,926; Allen Iverson, Philadelphia, 73,435; Tim Hardaway, Miami, 58,706; Damon Stoudamire, Toronto, 25,939; Reggie Miller, Indiana, 25,720; Ray Allen, Milwaukee, 17,501; Mookie Blaylock, Atlanta, 13,880; Steve Smith, Atlanta, 13,779; Terrell Brandon, Milwaukee, 13,571.
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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)
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | January 14, 1997
MIAMI -- It was a situation potentially so combustible that Washington Bullets forward Juwan Howard was escorted by three security guards when he walked onto the court for pre-game warm-ups. He was showered with boos when he was introduced before the game and each time he touched the ball. And fans held up signs: "We didn't Juwant him anyway" said one, and "$ellout" said another.So in the end, what did Howard, public enemy No. 1 here because he left after signing with the Miami Heat over the summer, feel about how things turned out?
SPORTS
By Mark Heisler and Mark Heisler,Los Angeles Times | May 12, 1991
OAKLAND, Calif. -- OK, party animals, you can take those funny hats off.The Golden State Warriors enjoyed their Game 2 upset to the max, even having the rap group, Run DMC, introduce them before Friday night's game. Unamused, the Los Angeles Lakers cooled Run TMC off and beat the Warriors, 115-112, Friday night for a 2-1 lead in the second-round best-of-seven series.After Don Nelson labeled the Warriors "The Little Train That Could" and Tom Tolbert suggested the Lakers post-up game reminded him of "Minnesota with gold uniforms," the Lakers walked onto the court frowning and there went the good times.
SPORTS
December 2, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Signed P Rod Bolton, P Ricardo Jordan, 1B Kurt Bierek, SS Norberto Martin, OF Damon Hollins, OF Matt Luke and former Orioles minor-league OF Brad Tyler to minor-league contracts and invited them to spring training.Indians: Re-signed Dan Williams as working coach.Reds: Named Cotton Nye and former Orioles OF Mark Corey as area scouts.Twins: OF Midre Cummings (.263 in 38 AB) agreed to $300,000, one-year contract.White Sox: Named Nick Levya manager for Triple-A Charlotte.BasketballNBA: Named Lakers C Shaquille O'Neal Player of the Month, Trail Blazers' Mike Dunleavy Coach of the Month and Clippers F Lamar Odom and Celtics G-F Adrian Griffin Rookies of the Month.
SPORTS
March 29, 1996
Opponent: Miami HeatSite: Miami ArenaTime: 7: 30TV/Radio: Ch. 50/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: In a recent stretch of big games, this is the biggest for the Bullets, facing one of the two teams tied for the eighth and final playoff position in the Eastern Conference. Washington trails Miami and Charlotte by 3 1/2 games. The Heat, winner in eight of its past 10 games, lost, 106-95, Wednesday to the Los Angeles Lakers. C Alonzo Mourning (22.7 ppg, 10.4 rpg) leads Miami, and the team boosted its playoff chances by making trades for G Tim Hardaway (15.1 ppg)
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
LANDOVER -- Washington Bullets guard Scott Skiles had just hit a three-pointer midway through the third quarter and the crowd at the USAir Arena was going wild. The Bullets were leading by 18 points and were on the verge of their third straight win, something that hasn't happened all season.And then the Bullets totally collapsed. By the end of the quarter, the lead over the Golden State Warriors was just six, and by the fourth quarter the Bullets were playing catch-up, only to suffer a 121-118 overtime loss before 15,911.
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