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October 3, 1986 | SAM McMANIS
Laker General Manager Jerry West said Thursday that the Chicago Bulls have decided not to trade 7-foot center Jawann Oldham to the Lakers. "It's dead," West said. "We had a deal with them, but they called and said it's off. I don't know what caused it. Maybe it was bad timing or something else. So, we've got to get back on the phone again and try to find another (big man)." On Wednesday, Oldham had not waived his no-trade clause, which was supposedly all that was holding up the trade.
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October 27, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Milwaukee Bucks signed veteran free-agent center Jawann Oldham.
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October 27, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Milwaukee Bucks signed veteran free-agent center Jawann Oldham.
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January 23, 1991
The Indiana Pacers put 7-foot-4 center Rik Smits on the injured-reserve list and signed nine-year NBA veteran Jawann Oldham to a 10-day contract.
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January 23, 1991
The Indiana Pacers put 7-foot-4 center Rik Smits on the injured-reserve list and signed nine-year NBA veteran Jawann Oldham to a 10-day contract.
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March 16, 1988 | Associated Press
Sacramento Kings center Jawann Oldham needs surgery on his left knee and will be lost to the National Basketball Assn. team for the remainder of the season, a team physician said Tuesday. "I am recommending that an operation to rebuild the knee take place as soon as possible," Dr. Richard Marder said. "The earliest Jawann will be able to resume his career, assuming he undergoes the most thorough type of therapy, will be next January."
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March 6, 1990 | SAM McMANIS
Believing they needed another experienced backup center in preparation for the NBA playoffs, the Lakers on Monday signed journeyman Jawann Oldham to a 10-day contract. To make room for Oldham, a nine-season veteran coming back from reconstructive surgery on his left knee in March of 1988, the Lakers waived Steve Bucknall. The Lakers already have three centers--starter Mychal Thompson and reserves Vlade Divac and Mark McNamara.
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October 2, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
The Lakers, with two open roster spots, are trying to fill one by completing a trade with the Chicago Bulls for 7-foot forward/center Jawann Oldham. Fred Slaughter, Oldham's agent, said Wednesday that the deal, which reportedly calls for the Lakers to send their first-round draft choice in 1987 to the Bulls, has not gone through only because Oldham has not yet waived his no-trade clause.
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March 6, 1990 | SAM McMANIS
Believing they needed another experienced backup center in preparation for the NBA playoffs, the Lakers on Monday signed journeyman Jawann Oldham to a 10-day contract. To make room for Oldham, a nine-season veteran coming back from reconstructive surgery on his left knee in March of 1988, the Lakers waived Steve Bucknall. The Lakers already have three centers--starter Mychal Thompson and reserves Vlade Divac and Mark McNamara.
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March 16, 1988 | Associated Press
Sacramento Kings center Jawann Oldham needs surgery on his left knee and will be lost to the National Basketball Assn. team for the remainder of the season, a team physician said Tuesday. "I am recommending that an operation to rebuild the knee take place as soon as possible," Dr. Richard Marder said. "The earliest Jawann will be able to resume his career, assuming he undergoes the most thorough type of therapy, will be next January."
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October 3, 1986 | SAM McMANIS
Laker General Manager Jerry West said Thursday that the Chicago Bulls have decided not to trade 7-foot center Jawann Oldham to the Lakers. "It's dead," West said. "We had a deal with them, but they called and said it's off. I don't know what caused it. Maybe it was bad timing or something else. So, we've got to get back on the phone again and try to find another (big man)." On Wednesday, Oldham had not waived his no-trade clause, which was supposedly all that was holding up the trade.
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October 2, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
The Lakers, with two open roster spots, are trying to fill one by completing a trade with the Chicago Bulls for 7-foot forward/center Jawann Oldham. Fred Slaughter, Oldham's agent, said Wednesday that the deal, which reportedly calls for the Lakers to send their first-round draft choice in 1987 to the Bulls, has not gone through only because Oldham has not yet waived his no-trade clause.
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December 1, 1987
The Lakers, who triggered a coaching change when they ran up a 29-0 lead on the Sacramento Kings in a game last February, will get their first look at the Kings under Coach Bill Russell tonight in the Arco Arena here. James Worthy, who missed last Friday's game against the Denver Nuggets, may be watching this one as well. Worthy, who has tendinitis in his left knee, had the knee X-rayed Monday. The X-rays were negative, but his availability will be determined from day to day.
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October 19, 1987
Forward Otis Thorpe scored 24 points as the Sacramento Kings beat the Clippers, 122-105, in a National Basketball Assn. exhibition game Sunday night at Yuba College in Marysville, Calif. Thorpe, who played only 24 minutes, was backed by rookie guard Kenny Smith and guard Reggie Theus, who each had nine assists. Theus was also the Kings second highest scorer with 16. Center Joe Kleine came off the bench to score 14 points.
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