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July 2, 1992 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Several questions have arisen about the four doubleheadaches that will be played at Dodger Stadium during a span of six days: --Will "Meals on Wheels" be hired to fulfill the early snack, dinner, and late snack requirements of John Kruk in the Philadelphia Phillie clubhouse Friday? . . . --Can Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Johnny Podres, Don Newcombe, Ron Perranoski and Tommy John--who will pitch in the old-timers' game Sunday--be activated for the doubleheaders Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday? . .
June 27, 1992 | DANNY ROBBINS
Perhaps disoriented by his fall to the 12th spot in the NBA draft, where he was taken by the Miami Heat, Harold Miner picked a strange way to open his first conversation with the team's managing partner, Lew Schaffel. The former USC star asked about alligators. "I had heard about them," Miner said at his introductory news conference in Miami. "I heard they popped out of the sewers."
August 10, 2012 | By Baxter Holmes
The NBA holds an annual draft, but it has never meant much to the Lakers. They don't draft stars so much as acquire them. It's been this way for decades, with the Lakers often harvesting top talent from elsewhere instead of growing their own. Dwight Howard, acquired from Orlando on Friday, was only the latest example of the Lakers making a move that shifted the NBA's landscape. Here are a few of the other monumental Lakers trades, or signings, that helped the franchise win 16 NBA championships, one behind the Boston Celtics: Wilt Chamberlain (1968-73 with Lakers)
April 1, 1997
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME SCORES 1939--Oregon 46, Ohio State 33 1940--Indiana 60, Kansas 42 1941--Wisconsin 39, Washington St. 34 1942--Stanford 53, Dartmouth 38 1943--Wyoming 46, Georgetown 34 1944--Utah 42, Dartmouth 40 OT 1945--Oklahoma A&M 49, New York 45 1946--Oklahoma A&M 43, N. Carolina 40 1947--Holy Cross 58, Oklahoma 47 1948--Kentucky 58, Baylor 42 1949--Kentucky 46, Oklahoma State 36 1950--CCNY 71, Bradley 68 1951--Kentucky 68, Kansas State 58 1952--Kansas 80, St.
March 9, 2005 | Chris Dufresne, Times Staff Writer
Nearly four decades after leaving the Lakers as part of the postage in a post-man package deal with Philadelphia, Darrall Imhoff returns to Los Angeles tonight for induction into the Pacific 10 Conference's men's basketball Hall of Honor. The big question is whether he'll have to show ID at the door. Imhoff's career seemed almost Zelig-like, the basketball player blending completely into his surroundings, as did Woody Allen's fictional Leonard Zelig. He was "who's that?"
July 15, 2004 | J.A. Adande
How do you sum up Shaquille O'Neal's cross-country move to the Miami Heat in a single word, when new teammate Eddie Jones required a double-unbelievable to describe it, when South Beach nightclub owners are stepping over one another to set aside private tables for O'Neal in their VIP rooms, when the evening "SportsCenter" is almost entirely devoted to an interview with Shaq? The only choice is the word that used to be commonplace in the Laker locker room.
June 28, 1988 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
The Clippers, who already have the luxury of making Danny Manning the No. 1 choice in today's National Basketball Assn. draft, have engineered a three-way deal with the Philadelphia 76ers and Seattle SuperSonics that, barring last-minute complications, will net them the third pick in the first round but will cost them Michael Cage, the league's leading rebounder last season.
April 21, 1995 | STEVE APPLEFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Steve Appleford writes regularly about music for The Times
Janet Buster understood things would somehow never be the same for her son after that night last fall at the Universal Amphitheatre. She and 9-year-old Brody had been given backstage passes to a concert by blues guitar master B. B. King, and the two found a spot at the side of the stage, hoping for a chance to say hello again to King when the show ended. That's when King saw the boy, raised his hand to stop the concert, and directed the spotlight to suddenly fall on young Brody.
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