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July 15, 1997 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A fire that destroyed a $2.9-million house owned by Indiana Pacer guard Reggie Miller in an Indianapolis suburb was arson, investigators said Monday. Authorities said they were searching for a vehicle that left the neighborhood at a high rate of speed the morning of May 15, when the home northeast of Indianapolis was burned. The ruins were searched by specially trained dogs, and debris collected over several days was tested by a private laboratory. The results confirmed the fire was set.
December 20, 1990 | TED JOHNSON
Because of a recent fatal stabbing at a rowdy party, the City Council called on police and city staff to suggest ways to prevent such parties from getting out of control. The council's action Tuesday came in response to the death of Ty Aaron Stout, 23, who died of stab wounds on Dec. 8 after a fight broke out at a party in the 4900 block of Via del Cerro. A second stabbing victim, Steve Nicholas Lindsay, 17, of Yorba Linda, was treated at a hospital for a wound to his arm.
Here are some things that didn't happen Tuesday night as the Indiana Pacers opened their series with the Orlando Magic: --Reggie Miller didn't call anyone a choke artist. --He didn't give the choke sign to any of the local celebrities, the selection being rather limited here since neither Hulk Hogan nor Mickey Mouse was in attendance. --He didn't win the game.
July 20, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Elander Lewis and Dennis Scott scored 18 points each Sunday to lead the East to a 100-81 victory over the West in a men's basketball game at the U.S. Olympic Festival. Scott made two three-point shots, the second with 14:34 left that put the East ahead, 58-57. The East was in command from that point on and gave Coach Lefty Driesell his first victory in the Festival. The West overcame a five-point deficit in the first four minutes and built a 34-22 lead.
April 27, 1996 | From Associated Press
There was trash-talking galore, flurries of fouls and, in the end, a victory. The Chicago Bulls got everything they expected in their playoff opener. The Bulls defeated the Miami Heat, 102-85, Friday night behind Michael Jordan's 35 points and Ron Harper's excellent third-quarter play. Game 2 will be Sunday. "We anticipated a war," Jordan said. "Pat Riley's team is always intimidating, or trying to be, anyway."
March 5, 1996 | From Associated Press
David Robinson had 28 points, 13 rebounds and seven blocked shots, and the San Antonio Spurs overcame poor early shooting to defeat the Denver Nuggets, 101-90, Monday night at Denver. The Spurs, who shot 57% over the last three quarters after shooting only 32% in the first, boosted that figure by scoring the majority of their points from the inside the key in the latter stages. Sean Elliott added 18 points, Vinny Del Negro had 16, and Avery Johnson had 14 points and 14 assists for San Antonio.
November 17, 1995 | From Associated Press
Derek Harper had all 22 of his points in the second half and New York Knick Coach Don Nelson made a victorious return to Oakland with a 120-97 victory Thursday night over the Golden State Warriors. Patrick Ewing added 20 points and John Starks 18 for New York, which led by as many as 12 in the third quarter and began the final quarter with an 87-78 lead. The Warriors got no closer.
Shaquille O'Neal had a career-high nine assists for the Orlando Magic, which is about all one needs to know about the Chicago Bulls' defense on the NBA's leading regular-season scorer. The Bulls double- or triple-teamed O'Neal almost every time he touched the ball in the low post Sunday, holding Shaq to 17 points--12 below his season average. The Bulls won, 106-95, to even the series at two games apiece. "If he gets the ball one-on-one, he can take it.
March 27, 1995 | From Associated Press
Anthony Mason came back for the New York Knicks on Sunday night in Tacoma, Wash., but it didn't much matter. His 10 points and 10 rebounds were of little help to a New York offense that failed to score 100 points for the eighth time in the past nine games, losing, 93-82, to the Seattle SuperSonics. Gary Payton scored 26 points and made a career-best five three-point shots for the SuperSonics.
February 10, 1994 | From Associated Press
Seattle's two NBA All-Stars, one named only a few hours before the game, made sure the SuperSonics would enter the break with the league's best record. Gary Payton, named to the Western Conference team on Wednesday to replace injured Charles Barkley, scored 19 points and had nine assists in three quarters to lead the SuperSonics to a 115-94 victory over Portland at Seattle.
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