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September 18, 2012 | By Mark Medina
Nearly 12 years later, it appears Jalen Rose wants to come clean. Remember, when Bryant suffered an ankle injury in the 2000 NBA Finals against the Indiana Pacers? It didn't happen because Bryant randomly landed awkwardly after shooting a jumper. It apparently happened because Rose made sure it would. "I think I did it on purpose," Rose told Grantland.com. "I can't say that it was an accident. " Look at the 1:33 mark of the video below and you can see for yourself. It's hard to reach a conclusion based on that video that Rose pulled a dirty trick by planting his foot underneath where Bryant would land after shooting a jumper.
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April 8, 2013 | By David Wharton
Twenty years have passed since Michigan played in the 1993 NCAA tournament championship game, and now the "Fab Five" who starred for the Wolverines back then want to hold a reunion at Monday night's matchup against Louisville. Well, four of them do. Jalen Rose says that Juwan Howard, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson have agreed to attend. But Chris Webber has failed to respond. "We're still waiting to hear from the big fella," Rose told ESPN's "Mike and Mike" show on Monday morning.
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April 8, 2013 | By David Wharton
Twenty years have passed since Michigan played in the 1993 NCAA tournament championship game, and now the "Fab Five" who starred for the Wolverines back then want to hold a reunion at Monday night's matchup against Louisville. Well, four of them do. Jalen Rose says that Juwan Howard, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson have agreed to attend. But Chris Webber has failed to respond. "We're still waiting to hear from the big fella," Rose told ESPN's "Mike and Mike" show on Monday morning.
HEALTH
September 18, 2012 | By Mark Medina
Nearly 12 years later, it appears Jalen Rose wants to come clean. Remember, when Bryant suffered an ankle injury in the 2000 NBA Finals against the Indiana Pacers? It didn't happen because Bryant randomly landed awkwardly after shooting a jumper. It apparently happened because Rose made sure it would. "I think I did it on purpose," Rose told Grantland.com. "I can't say that it was an accident. " Look at the 1:33 mark of the video below and you can see for yourself. It's hard to reach a conclusion based on that video that Rose pulled a dirty trick by planting his foot underneath where Bryant would land after shooting a jumper.
SPORTS
June 9, 2009 | Jalen Rose
Jalen Rose played for the 2000 Indiana Pacers team that lost to the Lakers in the NBA Finals, a highlight of Rose's 13-year NBA career. He averaged 23 points in that six-game series. Rose is now an analyst for ESPN and is serving as a guest columnist for the Los Angeles Times and Orlando Sentinel. -- Hedo Turkoglu played great defense against Kobe Bryant in Game 2, but I think it's asking too much of one player to expect him to keep doing that.
SPORTS
December 13, 2004
'I've got to stop this. My entourages are getting entourages.' Jalen Rose, Toronto guard, on ticket requests from friends when the Raptors played in his hometown of Detroit last week
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April 5, 1993 | MIKE DOWNEY
The "problem" with Michigan isn't with the whole basketball team. The "problem" is with Jalen Rose. He's the one with the mouth. He's the one woofing and tweeting like a hi-fi, from one end of the Wolverine arena to the other. He's the instigator. He's the one in everyone's face. He's the loose cannon. Chris Webber is a polite, well-spoken, prep-school lad. Ray Jackson and Jimmy King are laconic Texans who wouldn't say "boo" unless it was Halloween.
SPORTS
June 17, 2000 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If anyone doubted Jalen Rose's all-around game before the NBA finals, they're believers now. Rose, who will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, continued to showcase his skills at the expense of Glen Rice and the Lakers by breaking out of one-game shooting slump with a team-high 32 points to help keep the Indiana Pacers' championship dream alive with a 120-87 victory Friday night at Conseco Fieldhouse.
SPORTS
December 11, 2009 | By Diane Pucin
MLB Network President Tony Petitti sounds as excited as a 10-year-old who is opening up a PlayStation on Christmas Day. Somewhere in the MLB film and video archives, a snippet has been found of a 1929 World Series game between the Philadelphia Athletics and Chicago Cubs. It is a gem, Petitti says of this footage. Somehow, he says, the network dedicated to all things major league baseball will find a way to make a show out of this clip. Petitti just isn't sure what kind of show yet. The MLB Network debuted last January in 50 million homes.
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February 17, 2000 | From Associated Press
A little rest worked wonders. Jalen Rose, playing his first game in a week, scored a career-high 32 points Wednesday night, 23 in the first half, as the Indiana Pacers defeated the Toronto Raptors, 109-101, at Indianapolis for their 19th consecutive home victory. While teammates Reggie Miller and Dale Davis were in Oakland for the All-Star game, Rose vacationed in Mexico. "I wanted to get away from the game, lay out and just breathe," he said. "I wanted to get my mind right.
SPORTS
May 23, 2010 | Mark Heisler
Just what the Lakers needed, a real series. Now a virtual certainty that they will play rough, tough Boston -- should they advance, of course -- the Lakers found themselves needing a quick knockout in the Western Conference finals, but they didn't get it Sunday. Instead, the Phoenix Suns climbed off the canvas and smote them, 118-109, meaning that the Lakers either put the Suns back on the ropes Tuesday or the series will go from "real" to "tied." The Lakers have knees to rest, or at least Andrew Bynum's, although Bynum preserved himself admirably, picking up four fouls so quickly that he played eight minutes.
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December 11, 2009 | By Diane Pucin
MLB Network President Tony Petitti sounds as excited as a 10-year-old who is opening up a PlayStation on Christmas Day. Somewhere in the MLB film and video archives, a snippet has been found of a 1929 World Series game between the Philadelphia Athletics and Chicago Cubs. It is a gem, Petitti says of this footage. Somehow, he says, the network dedicated to all things major league baseball will find a way to make a show out of this clip. Petitti just isn't sure what kind of show yet. The MLB Network debuted last January in 50 million homes.
SPORTS
June 9, 2009 | Jalen Rose
Jalen Rose played for the 2000 Indiana Pacers team that lost to the Lakers in the NBA Finals, a highlight of Rose's 13-year NBA career. He averaged 23 points in that six-game series. Rose is now an analyst for ESPN and is serving as a guest columnist for the Los Angeles Times and Orlando Sentinel. -- Hedo Turkoglu played great defense against Kobe Bryant in Game 2, but I think it's asking too much of one player to expect him to keep doing that.
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December 13, 2004
'I've got to stop this. My entourages are getting entourages.' Jalen Rose, Toronto guard, on ticket requests from friends when the Raptors played in his hometown of Detroit last week
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September 4, 2002 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A passenger in a rented $360,000 Bentley driven by Chicago Bulls basketball star Jalen Rose was shot in the face early Tuesday in what police described as a botched carjacking. The man, whose identity was not released, suffered a wound that was not life-threatening, Los Angeles police spokesman Jack Richter said. Rose was unhurt.
SPORTS
February 21, 2002 | From Associated Press
All Jalen Rose needed was one game to feel better about his trade to the Chicago Bulls. Rose scored 36 points, including 13 in the fourth quarter, to lead a comeback as the Bulls beat the New York Knicks, 113-109, Wednesday night at Chicago. He admitted that he wasn't overjoyed about being sent from Indiana to a last-place team Tuesday in a seven-player trade. But he was in a better frame of mind after a winning debut. "I have to send Indiana a thank-you card," Rose said.
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April 24, 2000 | From Associated Press
One way or another, Jalen Rose was going to get the ball. Rose scored 26 points, getting three consecutive three-point baskets midway through the fourth quarter, a clinching free throw with 17 seconds left and a rebound at the buzzer as the Indiana Pacers defeated the Milwaukee Bucks, 88-85, in Game 1 of their best-of-five Eastern Conference series Sunday. "I was just trying to be aggressive," Rose said. He also was trying to make up for lost time spent on the bench with foul trouble.
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February 21, 2002 | From Associated Press
All Jalen Rose needed was one game to feel better about his trade to the Chicago Bulls. Rose scored 36 points, including 13 in the fourth quarter, to lead a comeback as the Bulls beat the New York Knicks, 113-109, Wednesday night at Chicago. He admitted that he wasn't overjoyed about being sent from Indiana to a last-place team Tuesday in a seven-player trade. But he was in a better frame of mind after a winning debut. "I have to send Indiana a thank-you card," Rose said.
SPORTS
June 18, 2000 | J.A. ADANDE
You can't fake street knowledge. Too hard. You'll get called on it and put in check. Quickly. Jalen Rose won't get caught. He is authentic. True to the game. He's perfect for the good-guy Indiana Pacers. Because sometimes there's a need to treat an NBA finals game in the palatial Staples Center as if it's just another summer day in the gym at St. Cecilia. Teams need an edge. That's where Rose comes in. "He brings one of these bad boy images to the game," Pacer Sam Perkins said.
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June 17, 2000 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If anyone doubted Jalen Rose's all-around game before the NBA finals, they're believers now. Rose, who will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, continued to showcase his skills at the expense of Glen Rice and the Lakers by breaking out of one-game shooting slump with a team-high 32 points to help keep the Indiana Pacers' championship dream alive with a 120-87 victory Friday night at Conseco Fieldhouse.
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