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April 26, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Forward Jerry Reynolds decided not to test the free-agent market and signed a four-year contract to remain with the Orlando Magic.
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January 8, 1995 | MARK HEISLER
Looking at the race in the West, we find four teams jockeying for the last two playoff spots and, just as I suspected, the Lakers aren't one of them. Instead, they're No. 4 in the conference, on the heels of the elite teams: Phoenix, Houston and Seattle. Nor are the Lakers on that improbable 50-victory pace, either. Now they're on a 56-victory pace. What's going on around here? How did a crumbling dynasty fall out of the playoffs for one year, make a single lottery appearance--at No.
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February 8, 1989
Former Clipper guard Derek Smith was waived by the Sacramento Kings, after his six-day suspension for arguing with Coach Jerry Reynolds, and the Kings then signed Michael Jackson to a 10-day contract.
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December 29, 1993 | From Associated Press
Jerry Reynolds resigned Tuesday as general manager of the Sacramento Kings. Reynolds, 49, said he will remain with the club until a new general manager is hired. "I have voluntarily resigned as the general manager because I believe such a move is in the best interest of the Sacramento Kings," Reynolds said. "I believe the team needs to head in a new direction with different leadership." The Kings (6-19) have the NBA's second-worst record.
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December 29, 1988
Coach Jerry Reynolds of the Sacramento Kings, who collapsed and lost consciousness during his team's victory over the Portland Trail Blazers at Sacramento Tuesday night, did not suffer a heart attack, according to his doctor, and could be released from the hospital this afternoon. The Kings' team physician, Dr.
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December 29, 1993 | From Associated Press
Jerry Reynolds resigned Tuesday as general manager of the Sacramento Kings. Reynolds, 49, said he will remain with the club until a new general manager is hired. "I have voluntarily resigned as the general manager because I believe such a move is in the best interest of the Sacramento Kings," Reynolds said. "I believe the team needs to head in a new direction with different leadership." The Kings (6-19) have the NBA's second-worst record.
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December 20, 1989
Former Boston Celtic star Bill Russell was fired Tuesday as vice president of the Sacramento Kings, and Coach Jerry Reynolds became director of player personnel. "It was in the best interest of the organization," Gregg Lukenbill, the Kings' managing general partner, said in a statement. "It has become evident that our franchise was not moving in a positive direction." The Kings (6-14) are in last place in the Pacific Division. There was no comment from Russell.
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December 28, 1988 | From Associated Press
Jerry Reynolds, Sacramento Kings' coach, lay motionless for 6 minutes while paramedics tended to him near the Kings' bench Tuesday night. Reynolds was arguing a call with referee Blaine Reichelt when he collapsed and fell face first. Reynolds was conscious when he was taken from Arco Arena and rushed by ambulance to Sutter Memorial Hospital. A hospital spokesman said Reynolds was in stable condition. King spokeswoman Julie Fie said team doctors "didn't think there was anything seriously wrong.
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April 26, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Forward Jerry Reynolds decided not to test the free-agent market and signed a four-year contract to remain with the Orlando Magic.
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January 2, 1990 | GARR KLUENDER
Former USC quarterback Sean Salisbury might be the first pro football player to be cut because of a quote in a newspaper. Salisbury led the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to the 1988 Grey Cup championship, and then, in 16 games this season, passed for 26 touchdowns, including six in one game, and nearly 4,100 yards. But he was cut with one week left in the Canadian Football League's regular season. The Blue Bombers, it seems, were upset about a quote that appeared in the Times Oct. 25.
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December 20, 1989
Former Boston Celtic star Bill Russell was fired Tuesday as vice president of the Sacramento Kings, and Coach Jerry Reynolds became director of player personnel. "It was in the best interest of the organization," Gregg Lukenbill, the Kings' managing general partner, said in a statement. "It has become evident that our franchise was not moving in a positive direction." The Kings (6-14) are in last place in the Pacific Division. There was no comment from Russell.
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February 8, 1989
Former Clipper guard Derek Smith was waived by the Sacramento Kings, after his six-day suspension for arguing with Coach Jerry Reynolds, and the Kings then signed Michael Jackson to a 10-day contract.
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January 6, 1989
Jerry Reynolds, coach of the Sacramento Kings, is back on the sidelines wearing a heart monitor after he collapsed on the court Dec. 27 during a game against the Portland Trail Blazers. The Kings made things a little easier on Reynolds the other night in his first game back when they ran away from the Dallas Mavericks, 123-96. "Once the game started, I didn't think about my heart," Reynolds said. "I was more concerned with Mark Aguirre than whether my heart was pumping.
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