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June 15, 1989 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Some familiar names might be moving today, when the National Basketball Assn. holds its expansion draft to stock new franchises in Minneapolis and Orlando, Fla. The list of players made available to the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Orlando Magic has supposedly been kept secret. But several names have surfaced, including that of James Edwards, who played a key role in the Detroit Pistons' championship victory Tuesday night. Others believed to be available are veteran Reggie Theus of the Atlanta Hawks and Tim Perry, the Phoenix Suns' No. 1 draft pick last year.
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October 23, 1988 | Associated Press
Jeff Malone scored 10 points in the fourth quarter Saturday night, including a pair of free throws with one second left that clinched a 114-111 exhibition victory for the Washington Bullets over the Lakers. The Lakers had led by 8 points at the start of the final period and did not use any of their starters in the last 12 minutes. Washington, 3-2 in exhibition play, took its first lead of the game on a lay-up by John Williams with 4:05 remaining.
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June 28, 1988 | Associated Press
Danny Manning, who carried lightly regarded Kansas to the NCAA championship, was picked No. 1 in the National Basketball Assn. draft today by the woebegone Los Angeles Clippers. And the NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers, with the 25th and final pick of the first round, took another point guard, David Rivers of Notre Dame. Rivers averaged 22.0 points and 5.6 assists per game in his senior season and finished his career as Notre Dame's all-time leader in assists.
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June 29, 2006 | The Associated Press
First-round draft picks for the Lakers (since 1980) and Clippers (since 1987): LAKERS * 2006: Jordan Farmar, UCLA * 2005: Andrew Bynum (no college) * 2004: Sasha Vujacic, Italy * 2003: Brian Cook, Illinois * 2002: Chris Jefferies, Fresno State * 2001: None * 2000: Mark Madsen, Stanford * 1999: Devean George, Augsburg, Minn.
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August 10, 1988 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
No, Magic Johnson isn't going to Edmonton as part of the Gretzky deal. But the Forum's other tenants made a deal Tuesday, too. The Lakers have called a press conference for this morning to announce they have signed free agent Orlando Woolridge, a 6-foot 9-inch forward, to a contract for the 1988-89 season, according to a team source.
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January 18, 1986 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
David Rivers was a freshman sensation last season when he came in from Jersey City, became the point guard for Notre Dame and put a little more zip in the Irish attack. This season, Pooh Richardson has come from Philadelphia and done the same thing for UCLA. No doubt there will be some comparisons when UCLA and Notre Dame play here this afternoon on national television. Alongside Rivers, the now-sophomore sensation who leads the Irish with 18.
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January 24, 1987 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
UCLA will play Notre Dame in Pauley Pavilion at noon today, which means that both Digger Phelps and Walt Hazzard are just going to have to coach and stop saying nice things about one another's basketball teams, since nobody believes them anyway. Listen to Digger on the Bruins: "I think they'd be one of the teams who will sneak into the final eight," Phelps said. You mean the whole country? Precisely, said Digger.
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August 13, 1988 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
A couple of reputations got scuffed up Friday. A few hours before the gala opening of the new state-of-the-art $52-million Charlotte Coliseum, the $3-million scoreboard with its eight video screens hurtled to the ground while being moved and was completely destroyed, ruining the basketball floor. Nobody was underneath the scoreboard, fortunately, and then, after emergency repairs to the court, the U.S.
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February 8, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Anthony Cook scored a season-high 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for No. 1 Arizona as the Wildcats came back from their first conference loss of the season to beat California, 74-62, in a Pacific 10 game Sunday at Berkeley. The Wildcats' No. 1 national ranking became shaky with an 82-74 loss to Stanford on Thursday night. But Nevada Las Vegas, Brigham Young and Duke, the 2-3-4 teams in last week's rankings, also lost this weekend.
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