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April 2, 2012 | By Mark Medina
The Lakers have already showed appreciation for Jamaal Wilkes' induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame by planning to retire his No. 52 jersey at some point next season. They're also doing so in words,  releasing a statement on behalf of Lakers owner Jerry Buss. "Anyone who truly knows and loves the game of basketball surely recognizes what a special and gifted player Jamaal Wilkes was.  A rare combination of selflessness and grace, Jamaal made the game look effortless.
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July 9, 2012 | By Chuck Schilken
Bradley Wiggins won the first big time trial at the Tour de France on Monday, strengthening his grip on the overall leader's yellow jersey in the process. Wiggins dominated the 25.8-mile race against the clock in Stage 9 of the race, between Arc-et Senans and Besancon. "That was my physical best out there," said Wiggins, a three-time Olympic track champion who is attempting to become the first British winner of the Tour. "It's probably my best time trial ever. " He finished 35 seconds ahead of runner-up Christopher Froome, Wiggins' Sky teammate and countryman, and 1:43 ahead of Australian Cadel Evans, who finished sixth.
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July 15, 2012 | Jim Peltz
Hall of Fame keeps things fresh As baseball takes up again after the All-Star break, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is taking a few artifacts from the first half of the season. While the Hall of Fame primarily is about the game's greatest players over time -- Barry Larkin, a 12-time All-Star with the Cincinnati Reds, and the late Ron Santo of the Chicago Cubs are being inducted this year -- it also has a "Today's Game" exhibit. That's where the Hall, in its words, celebrates the game's "newest heroes and freshest moments," and this year that includes the jersey and a game ball used by Angels ace Jered Weaver when he threw his no-hitter May 2 against the Minnesota Twins.
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August 12, 2006
In light of Floyd Landis' now questionable victory, perhaps a few new jersey categories should be up for grabs in the Tour de France. Along with the leader's yellow and jerseys for best rookie, best sprinter and best climber, might I suggest a scarlet jersey with a big "C" for cheater to be given to those who find doping an acceptable alternative to hard training and being satisfied with one's natural ability. I might also suggest a white jersey offered to all those who have never used performance-enhancing drugs.
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October 31, 1996 | SCOTT BOWLES, WASHINGTON POST
For almost two months, Jim Pierce spent his evenings and weekends searching for something, anything, with an autograph of baseball superstar Ken Griffey Jr. It was to be a gift for his son Ronald's 10th birthday. Finally, at a swap meet in Arlington, Va., Pierce found the perfect gift: a Seattle Mariners baseball jersey with Griffey's name scrawled across the back. He excitedly laid out $250 for the prize.
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November 9, 1987 | CURT HOLBREICH, Times Staff Writer
San Diego State will will retire the jersey No. 8 of quarterback Todd Santos, who on Saturday became the most prolific passer in major-college history. Still miffed over the refusal of BYU to recognize Santos after he set the record during the game here Saturday, SDSU Athletic Director Fred Miller announced Sunday in San Diego a plan to honor Santos after the final game against New Mexico Nov. 21 at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium.
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August 12, 1987 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
They took away Lester Hayes' right to commit mayhem upon receivers all over the field in 1978, and his stickum after his 13 interceptions in 1980, but this time they may have gone too far. The National Football League has decided to start enforcing its on-field dress code. Anyone who has ever seen Hayes in a game knows that whatever the code might be, it isn't his. His entire professional wardrobe is null and void.
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January 14, 2006
Although I have questioned many of Ned Colletti's moves this off-season, not succumbing to Scott Boras' contact demands for the very average Jeff Weaver is a welcome step in the right direction. BRIAN HAUETER Ventura This is the second year in a row that the Dodgers let their best player get away. Jeff Weaver did it all. He got the outs. It wasn't his fault when Jim Tracy left him in too long. I think that the Dodgers wasted their time in trying to get David Wells.
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April 2, 2012 | By Mark Medina
Former Laker Jamaal Wilkes received two doses of good news Monday. One involves the NBA's announcement that he will be inducted Sept. 8 in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The second involves how the Lakers will pay tribute to him. "We will retire his jersey at some point next season," Lakers spokesman John Black said. "We'll look to book a date after the schedule comes out at some point late in the summer. " Wilkes and his No. 52 jersey will join Wilt Chamberlain (No. 13)
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December 4, 1986 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Capistrano Valley High School's Scott McCullough may have been wearing a jersey better suited for 7-foot teammate Jim Waikle, but there was nothing wrong with the 5-foot 10-inch guard's jump shot Wednesday night. McCullough made six consecutive shots from the 20-foot range in the second half as the Cougars beat Edison, 53-45, at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo. McCullough was wearing a new uniform that only arrived Wednesday morning. His jersey was about five sizes too big.
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