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January 30, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Backup center James Donaldson was suspended by the Dallas Mavericks for Wednesday night's game against San Antonio after a practice scuffle with Rolando Blackman that slightly injured Derek Harper, who tried to break up the skirmish.
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January 31, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Dallas Maverick backup center James Donaldson said he will challenge a one-game suspension for fighting with teammates Derek Harper and Rolando Blackman that could cost him $10,700 in lost salary.
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January 31, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Dallas Maverick backup center James Donaldson said he will challenge a one-game suspension for fighting with teammates Derek Harper and Rolando Blackman that could cost him $10,700 in lost salary.
SPORTS
January 30, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Backup center James Donaldson was suspended by the Dallas Mavericks for Wednesday night's game against San Antonio after a practice scuffle with Rolando Blackman that slightly injured Derek Harper, who tried to break up the skirmish.
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January 17, 1985 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Every time the Clippers meet the Houston Rockets and Twin Towers Akeem Olajuwon and Ralph Sampson, James Donaldson automatically wins back his starting center position since Bill Walton moves to power forward to form another set of Twin Towers. But even if his starting assignment was only temporary, Donaldson certainly made the most of it Wednesday night.
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March 7, 1986 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, Times Staff Writer
James Donaldson, of course, is no Bill Russell, but that doesn't mean he can't take some time to teach rookie center Benoit Benjamin a thing or two. And had it come earlier this season, when Donaldson still played for the Clippers, Coach Don Chaney wouldn't have minded one bit.
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February 3, 1987 | GORDON EDES
There are worse things in life than being a Clipper, although it's much easier to say that once you've become an ex-Clipper. Just ask Dallas center James Donaldson, who has escaped Clipperdom and emerged as a primary reason the Mavericks may be the No. 1 threat to Laker supremacy in the NBA's Western Conference. "I hear the stories out of L.A.," said Donaldson, who smiles readily when asked if he continues to follow the Clippers, who traded him last winter for the now-departed Kurt Nimphius.
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May 2, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Deep in the heart of Texas, where they like to think that bigger is always better, the Dallas Mavericks had a difficult time finding a center big enough and talented enough to make them something more than just an average National Basketball Assn. team.
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February 6, 1992 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Before Tom Lasorda was roasted by the Friars Club the other night at the Beverly Hilton, he was questioned by reporters about a report that this might be his last year as Dodger manager. . . . "Nothing has changed," Lasorda said. "I feel great now. If I feel the same way next year and Peter O'Malley wants me back, I'll be back. If he thinks someone else can do a better job, fine. The decision will be his.". . . .
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April 9, 1988
James Donaldson of the Dallas Mavericks and Mark West of the Phoenix Suns were suspended for one game and fined $4,000 each for fighting during Wednesday night's game.
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February 3, 1987 | GORDON EDES
There are worse things in life than being a Clipper, although it's much easier to say that once you've become an ex-Clipper. Just ask Dallas center James Donaldson, who has escaped Clipperdom and emerged as a primary reason the Mavericks may be the No. 1 threat to Laker supremacy in the NBA's Western Conference. "I hear the stories out of L.A.," said Donaldson, who smiles readily when asked if he continues to follow the Clippers, who traded him last winter for the now-departed Kurt Nimphius.
SPORTS
May 2, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Deep in the heart of Texas, where they like to think that bigger is always better, the Dallas Mavericks had a difficult time finding a center big enough and talented enough to make them something more than just an average National Basketball Assn. team.
SPORTS
March 7, 1986 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, Times Staff Writer
James Donaldson, of course, is no Bill Russell, but that doesn't mean he can't take some time to teach rookie center Benoit Benjamin a thing or two. And had it come earlier this season, when Donaldson still played for the Clippers, Coach Don Chaney wouldn't have minded one bit.
SPORTS
January 17, 1985 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Every time the Clippers meet the Houston Rockets and Twin Towers Akeem Olajuwon and Ralph Sampson, James Donaldson automatically wins back his starting center position since Bill Walton moves to power forward to form another set of Twin Towers. But even if his starting assignment was only temporary, Donaldson certainly made the most of it Wednesday night.
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