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November 9, 1992 | THOMAS H. MAUGH II, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
In what is cited as a medical first, surgeons in Sacramento have used a specially designed robot to help them perform a hip replacement surgery. Although robots have been used by surgeons in the past to help align instruments for brain surgery, the Sacramento procedure apparently marks the first time a robot has actively participated in an operation.
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January 17, 2013 | By Barry Stavro
Two Lakers and two Clippers were selected Thursday as staters for the Western Conference All-Star team. Kobe Bryant received 1.59 million votes, the most of any player in the fan balloting, as the Laker star was chosen to his 15th NBA All-Star team. His Lakers teammate Dwight Howard was also selected as a starter for the West squad. This is Howard's seventh All-Star selection. Clippers Chris Paul (sixth All-Star team) and Blake Griffin (third All-Star selection) will also start for the West.
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SPORTS
January 17, 2013 | By Barry Stavro
Two Lakers and two Clippers were selected Thursday as staters for the Western Conference All-Star team. Kobe Bryant received 1.59 million votes, the most of any player in the fan balloting, as the Laker star was chosen to his 15th NBA All-Star team. His Lakers teammate Dwight Howard was also selected as a starter for the West squad. This is Howard's seventh All-Star selection. Clippers Chris Paul (sixth All-Star team) and Blake Griffin (third All-Star selection) will also start for the West.
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February 13, 1993
Howard A. Paul, 44, pioneering veterinarian who co-invented the Robodoc, a robotic device that assists with orthopedic surgery. Born in West Hartford, Conn., Paul earned degrees from Notre Dame University and the Ecole Nationale Veterinaire d'Alfort in France. He completed his internship and surgical residency and taught orthopedics at UC Davis.
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February 13, 1993
Howard A. Paul, 44, pioneering veterinarian who co-invented the Robodoc, a robotic device that assists with orthopedic surgery. Born in West Hartford, Conn., Paul earned degrees from Notre Dame University and the Ecole Nationale Veterinaire d'Alfort in France. He completed his internship and surgical residency and taught orthopedics at UC Davis.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 13, 1992 | JON NALICK
A memorial basketball game will be held to raise money for the family of Taylor and Spencer Paul, who were killed in an auto accident last month as they drove home with their father, a coach. The boys were fatally injured on Jan. 18 when the station wagon driven by their father collided with another car near their home. Taylor 7, died instantly, and Spencer 2, died later at Chapman Hospital in Orange.
SPORTS
June 5, 2013 | By Eric Pincus
On Monday night Lakers center Robert Sacre received a free dinner at Beverly Hills authentic Austrian restaurant BierBeisl. Sacre, who stands an even 7 feet tall, took advantage of his stature.  BierBeisl's chef/owner Bernhard Mairinger is running a promotion in June where anyone taller than the 6-7 Mairinger dines for free. The restaurant expects to have former Laker John Salley later in the month, along with other "NBA greats. " Sacre will hit free agency in July.  If the Lakers make an expected qualifying of $988,872, Sacre will be a restricted free agent.
SPORTS
December 11, 2011 | By Mike Bresnahan
The Lakers made a trade Saturday, but it wasn't for Chris Paul or Dwight Howard. Two days after getting rebuffed by the NBA in an apparent deal for Paul, the Lakers sent forward Lamar Odom to Dallas for the Mavericks' first-round pick in the 2012 amateur draft. "It's a done deal," said a person familiar with the situation who was not authorized to speak publicly. PHOTOS: Lamar Odom through the years The Mavericks might also send the Lakers another unspecified draft pick.
NEWS
September 8, 1988 | ANN CONWAY
"Ten more minutes and I would've jumped in the fountain," said John Wayne's daughter, Melinda, after the marriage Saturday of Wayne's youngest daughter, Marisa. Melinda spoke as, praise the Lord, the reflecting pool that decorates the center aisle at the Crystal Cathedral began to hiss with turquoise geysers, sending spray onto sweltering guests (many of whom fanned themselves with Crystal Cathedral postcards during the scorching, 20-minute ceremony).
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 20, 1992 | LYNN SMITH and MARK LANDSBAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Stunned and sorrowful, longtime neighbors stopped by Sunday morning to console a grieving family, two of whose children were killed the previous night when a car driven by their father collided with another as he drove home from basketball practice. Friends said Don Howard Paul, 57, a youth-league basketball coach, had taken his team out for pizza after practice, dropped off two of the players, and was bringing dinner home with three of his five sons when the accident occurred.
NEWS
November 9, 1992 | THOMAS H. MAUGH II, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
In what is cited as a medical first, surgeons in Sacramento have used a specially designed robot to help them perform a hip replacement surgery. Although robots have been used by surgeons in the past to help align instruments for brain surgery, the Sacramento procedure apparently marks the first time a robot has actively participated in an operation.
SPORTS
June 5, 2013 | By Broderick Turner
Clippers center DeAndre Jordan said he has been invited to the USA Basketball national team camp in Las Vegas. The mini-camp will run July 22-25, concluding with an intrasquad game on the 25th at Thomas & Mack Center on the campus of Nevada Las Vegas. “I'm glad to have this opportunity,” Jordan said in a text message. “I've got to take advantage of it.” Jordan averaged 8.8 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.37 blocked shots this season. ALSO: Heat vs. Spurs: How they matchup The amazing grace and longevity of Spurs veteran Tim Duncan Hawks' marketing blunder regarding Dwight Howard, Chris Paul tampering?
SPORTS
June 5, 2013
Writers from around the Tribune Co. offer their predictions on whether the San Antonio Spurs can defeat the defending champion Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. Please join the conversation by voting in the poll and leaving a comment of your own. Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times Yes. The Spurs are a more complete, cohesive and consistent team. They don't sell as many jerseys or generate as many Twitter followers (in social media holdout Tim Duncan's case, zero). The Spurs just win while sending opponents to the loony bin with their methodical playmaking.
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