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June 10, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Harley Frankel, a former high-ranking member of the Portland Trail Blazer front office, has been named executive vice president and assistant to the owner for the Clippers. Frankel will probably be based in the Beverly Hills office of owner Donald T. Sterling, but his role is primarily with basketball operations, namely doing some of the contracts and assisting General Manager Elgin Baylor on trades. His responsibilities were similar in Portland.
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June 10, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Harley Frankel, a former high-ranking member of the Portland Trail Blazer front office, has been named executive vice president and assistant to the owner for the Clippers. Frankel will probably be based in the Beverly Hills office of owner Donald T. Sterling, but his role is primarily with basketball operations, namely doing some of the contracts and assisting General Manager Elgin Baylor on trades. His responsibilities were similar in Portland.
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OPINION
April 11, 2007
Re "Top officials deserve top pay," Opinion, April 7 Tim Hodson is completely correct. As someone who has worked at high levels in the federal and state government and in the private sector, I know how important it is to have very talented people doing the difficult public sector jobs that affect all of us. His example of California Health and Human Services Secretary Kim Belshe is well taken. If many more Californians receive health services this year, Belshe will have played an important role in that accomplishment, and we will all be better off for her competence and dedication to good public policy.
NEWS
October 31, 1992 | Times Staff Writer
Burbank officials and developers have selected a site for a proposed $100-million sports arena that they hope the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team will make its new home. The 89-acre site owned by Lockheed Corp. was chosen over two other Burbank properties considered by the city and developer Lew Wolff, who formed a partnership with Warner Bros. to build an 18,000- to 22,000-seat arena.
SPORTS
January 28, 1997 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Opponent--Dallas Mavericks. Site--Reunion Arena, Dallas. Time--5:30. TV--Channel 9. Radio--KLAC (570). Records--Lakers 31-12, Mavericks 14-26. Record vs. Mavericks--1-0. Laker update--Derek Fisher may have dropped to No. 3 on the depth chart at point guard, but he hasn't dropped out of sight. Close, though. He didn't get off the bench the first two games after Kobe Bryant began playing there and managed only garbage time Friday against Golden State.
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October 7, 1987 | Associated Press
Officials of the Portland Trail Blazers insist they are serious about trying to sign free-agent Ralph Sampson. The Portland Oregonian reported Tuesday that Harley Frankel, the National Basketball Assn. team's chief negotiator, held a lengthy meeting with Sampson's agent, Gene Perry, last Thursday, the day the league's moratorium on signing free agents was lifted. Frankel said he has remained in contact with Perry since that meeting. The newspaper said the Trail Blazers apparently have about $1.
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October 22, 1993 | CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Larry Brown, who resigned last May after coaching the Clippers to two consecutive playoff appearances, returned to Los Angeles with his new team, the Indiana Pacers, for an exhibition game against the Clippers Thursday night at the Sports Arena. Brown, who was booed before the game, saw Danny Manning score 19 points and grab six rebounds as the Clippers handed the Pacers a 106-97 loss before an announced crowd of 6,339. Clipper rookie guard Terry Dehere scored a game-high 20 points.
OPINION
November 3, 2013
Re "How to negotiate with Iran," Opinion, Oct. 29 Dennis Ross and his colleagues lay out a sophisticated and nuanced strategy for dealing with Iran at this critical junction, something the Obama administration seems not to have accomplished. This is not surprising, as Ross has served every U.S. president (except George W. Bush) since 1981. Unfortunately, since he and former national security advisor Thomas Donilon left the White House, the Obama administration's Middle East policy has lacked coherence and has sometimes bordered on wishful thinking.
SPORTS
June 27, 1993 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Clippers and Danny Manning came close this week to signing a five-year, $25-million contract before a late snag drove them apart again, it was learned Saturday. Although the specifics of the deal are not known, the average of $5 million annually would have made Manning the NBA's fourth-highest-paid player over the five years, behind only David Robinson, Patrick Ewing and Shaquille O'Neal. Manning made $2.6 million in 1992-93 as the final installment to a five-year, $10.
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September 19, 1992 | JIM HERRON ZAMORA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The city of Burbank and a developer have selected three sites in the city for a proposed 20,000-seat sports arena that they hope the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team will make their new home. The basketball team has said it would move from the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Exposition Park unless that facility is rebuilt. The team is also considering a site near Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
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