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December 15, 1988
Craig Hodges, the National Basketball Assn.'s best 3-point shooter the past two seasons, was traded to the Chicago Bulls in a deal that sent forward Ed Nealy, cash and a 1989 second-round draft pick to the Phoenix Suns.
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May 25, 1990
James Edwards of the Detroit Pistons was fined $3,500 for slapping Ed Nealy of the Chicago Bulls during the fourth quarter of the second game of the NBA's Eastern Conference finals Tuesday night. The fine was announced Thursday by Rod Thorn, NBA vice president of operations. Edwards was ejected after the incident, and there was speculation that he could have been suspended from Saturday's Game 3 of the series, which Detroit leads, 2-0.
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May 25, 1990
James Edwards of the Detroit Pistons was fined $3,500 for slapping Ed Nealy of the Chicago Bulls during the fourth quarter of the second game of the NBA's Eastern Conference finals Tuesday night. The fine was announced Thursday by Rod Thorn, NBA vice president of operations. Edwards was ejected after the incident, and there was speculation that he could have been suspended from Saturday's Game 3 of the series, which Detroit leads, 2-0.
SPORTS
December 15, 1988
Craig Hodges, the National Basketball Assn.'s best 3-point shooter the past two seasons, was traded to the Chicago Bulls in a deal that sent forward Ed Nealy, cash and a 1989 second-round draft pick to the Phoenix Suns.
SPORTS
December 19, 1992
I thoroughly agree with Mike Downey (Dec. 13) that Sedale Threatt has been a most pleasant surprise for Laker fans and a prime candidate for the All-Star game in Utah. But I must inform Mike that Sedale is not the lowest draft choice (139th player taken in 1983) playing in the NBA. That honor belongs to the Warriors' Ed Nealy, who was selected in the eighth round in 1982 as the 166th player taken overall. Mike, you were Nealy correct. GEOFFREY GILBERT Hermosa Beach
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May 5, 1990 | From Associated Press
Horace Grant of the Chicago Bulls and Alvin Robertson of the Milwaukee Bucks have been fined $5,000 each for throwing punches during a playoff game, the NBA said Friday. Ten other players involved in Thursday night's altercation in Milwaukee were fined a total of $9,000. The Bucks' Greg Anderson was fined $3,500 for starting the incident by throwing an elbow at the Bulls' Ed Nealy, and Chicago's Michael Jordan was fined $1,500 for pushing Anderson.
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November 6, 1992 | Associated Press
The Phoenix Suns on Thursday put point guard Kevin Johnson and forward Jerrod Mustaf on the injured list and waived forward Ed Nealy. Johnson is a two-time All-Star, and Mustaf appeared to be ready to a start at power forward. Both must spend at least 10 days on the injured list and will miss Saturday's opener against the Clippers. Negele Knight, who spent the last two months of last season on the injured list, will start at point guard, Coach Paul Westphal said.
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December 15, 1988 | Associated Press
The Chicago Bulls, looking to find relief for Michael Jordan, have obtained guard Craig Hodges from the Phoenix Suns for little-used free agent Ed Nealy, a draft pick and cash. "Craig Hodges will be able to fill several roles for our team," said Bulls General Manager Jerry Krause. "He'll play some point and two guard, which will enable us to play Scottie (Pippen) and Charles (Davis) more up front. Jordan will be more than happy to see Hodges.
SPORTS
April 28, 1990 | From Associated Press
Michael Jordan scored 38 points, Scottie Pippen had a triple-double and the Chicago Bulls used a 13-2 fourth-quarter run to defeat Milwaukee, 111-97, Friday night in the opener of their first-round playoff series. Although the Bulls grabbed the lead for good midway through the second quarter, the Bucks trailed only 83-80 early in the fourth period before Chicago took control.
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February 26, 1993 | Associated Press
The Detroit Pistons traded a forward on Thursday, but it wasn't Dennis Rodman. The Milwaukee Bucks obtained Orlando Woolridge from Detroit for guard Alvin Robertson in a deal subject to the players passing physical exams. The 6-foot-9 Woolridge, 33, a sixth-round draft pick of the Chicago Bulls out of Notre Dame in 1981, is recovering from surgery to repair a broken bone in his right hand.
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