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December 15, 1985 | United Press International
A year ago, Jeff Lamp was preparing for his first holiday season away from basketball since his grade school days; just another former college star who never quite got over the hump in the National Basketball Assn. "I was just hanging out in Minnesota, getting ready for Christmas," Lamp said. Lamp is getting ready for Christmas, but instead of battling shoppers he is once again battling players like Julius Erving and Larry Bird.
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August 5, 1989
The Lakers gained one guard and lost another Friday when they signed former Clipper Larry Drew to a multiyear contract and veteran Jeff Lamp signed to play with the Reyer team of Venice, Italy. Drew, 31, is a 6-foot-2 free agent who averaged 23 points and five assists with Pesaro Scavollini of the Italian League last season. He is an eight-year National Basketball Assn. veteran who played his last two seasons in the NBA with the Clippers, averaging 10.3 points and 5.
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October 6, 1988
The Lakers re-signed swingman Jeff Lamp, 29, to a new contract.
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October 6, 1988
The Lakers re-signed swingman Jeff Lamp, 29, to a new contract.
SPORTS
August 5, 1989
The Lakers gained one guard and lost another Friday when they signed former Clipper Larry Drew to a multiyear contract and veteran Jeff Lamp signed to play with the Reyer team of Venice, Italy. Drew, 31, is a 6-foot-2 free agent who averaged 23 points and five assists with Pesaro Scavollini of the Italian League last season. He is an eight-year National Basketball Assn. veteran who played his last two seasons in the NBA with the Clippers, averaging 10.3 points and 5.
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November 4, 1987 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
After a 13-day, 10,182-mile forced march that took the Lakers from one coast to the other and back again, there was a Lamp at the end of the tunnel. Coach Pat Riley said that swingman Jeff Lamp--who already can write a travel guide to four National Basketball Assn. teams, not to mention Italy--has made the roster that will open the regular NBA season at home Friday against the Seattle SuperSonics.
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August 3, 1988 | STEVEN HERBERT
Hunter Greene, formerly of Van Nuys High, will play on the Lakers' entry in the Southern California Summer Professional League, the two-time NBA champions announced Tuesday. Greene, a 6-foot, 6 1/2-inch guard who completed his collegiate eligibility this season at the University of New Mexico, will make his debut tonight when the Lakers meet the Chicago Bulls summer team at Loyola Marymount's Albert Gersten Pavilion.
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October 19, 1987 | GORDON EDES
The Lakers open their exhibition schedule with back-to-back games at the Forum: tonight at 7:30 against the Phoenix Suns, Tuesday against the New York Knicks. The Lakers have 16 players on their roster, including free agents Milt Wagner and Jeff Lamp and rookies Willie Glass and Ralph Tally.
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November 4, 1987 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
After a 13-day, 10,182-mile forced march that took the Lakers from one coast to the other and back again, there was a Lamp at the end of the tunnel. Coach Pat Riley said that swingman Jeff Lamp--who already can write a travel guide to four National Basketball Assn. teams, not to mention Italy--has made the roster that will open the regular NBA season at home Friday against the Seattle SuperSonics.
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December 15, 1985 | United Press International
A year ago, Jeff Lamp was preparing for his first holiday season away from basketball since his grade school days; just another former college star who never quite got over the hump in the National Basketball Assn. "I was just hanging out in Minnesota, getting ready for Christmas," Lamp said. Lamp is getting ready for Christmas, but instead of battling shoppers he is once again battling players like Julius Erving and Larry Bird.
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October 4, 1988 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Laker guard Byron Scott, coming off a season in which he set career bests in five categories, signed a 5-year contract worth an estimated $1.2 million annually, it was announced Monday. Scott, 27, averaged 21.7 points and had 3 of the Lakers' top 5 scoring games of the 1987-88 season. He became a free agent after the Lakers won their second straight National Basketball Assn. title, but made it clear to his agent, Bob Woolf , that he didn't want to leave Los Angeles or the Lakers.
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June 24, 1988
The Lakers divided their playoff winnings Thursday and 11 players, as well as trainer Gary Vitti, got full shares of $36,071.42 each. The National Basketball Assn. champions split the $505,000 purse into 12 full shares and four half shares. Full shares were awarded Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Cooper, A.C. Green, Magic Johnson, Wes Matthews, Kurt Rambis, Byron Scott, Mike Smrek, Mychal Thompson, Milt Wagner, James Worthy and Vitti.
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