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March 27, 2003 | Tim Brown, Times Staff Writer
The Sacramento Kings have sent letters of congratulation and apology to the Lakers and Shaquille O'Neal in regard to the defaced basketball O'Neal used to score his 20,000th point. The letters -- one to O'Neal's representative, Perry Rogers, and copied to General Manager Mitch Kupchak -- are signed by King owners Joe and Gavin Maloof and General Manager Geoff Petrie.
July 2, 1999 | From From Staff and Wire Reports
The Maloof family officially gained a controlling interest of the Sacramento Kings and Arco Arena from Jim Thomas. The NBA Board of Governors approved the ownership change on May 7 and it went into effect Thursday. The Albuquerque family, headed by brothers Joe and Gavin Maloof, already has been exerting control over the franchise. "This is a very exciting day for the Maloof family," Joe Maloof, president of the Maloof Cos., said during a signing ceremony in Los Angeles.
October 20, 2006 | Lisa Dillman, Times Staff Writer
Identity theft hits horse racing? More like an international homage to the movie "Taxi Driver." Briefing HQ was looking up the record of Breeders' Cup-bound Areyoutalkintome and found another horse with nearly the same name, Areyoutalkingtome, a British colt. "I guess these guys are fans of Travis Bickle," said Jay Privman of the Daily Racing Form, referring to the title character played by Robert DeNiro in the 1976 film. Guess that extra G makes a big difference.
November 10, 2005 | Larry Stewart, Times Staff Writer
The New York Post on Wednesday left little doubt about who it thought should have won the American League Cy Young Award. "Marian-No!" read the main headline on the back cover. "Rivera robbed; Colon nabs AL Cy Young" read another headline on the cover. Inside, columnist Mike Vaccaro wrote: "Robbed? Mariano Rivera wasn't just robbed. He was mugged. He was pistol-whipped. "He was bound and gagged and put under an interrogation lamp by a blind gaggle representing the Baseball Writers Assn.
February 18, 2007 | Mark Heisler
Gilbert Arenas, the person, is so much fun, it's hard not to like him. Then there's Gilbert Arenas, the basketball player. In his latest prank gone wrong, he vowed to score 50 points against Portland. He missed by 41 as the teed-off Trail Blazers upset his Wizards at home.
March 4, 2007
*--* IT'S STILL ONLY THEM 1. DALLAS (50-9) Suns are only team with a home record better than Mavericks' 21-6 road record. (1) STILL GETTING CRICK IN NECK LOOKING UP 2. SAN ANTONIO (41-18) Sleeping (aging, creaky) giant awakens, goes 8-0, winning by 19 a game. (3) 3. PHOENIX (45-14) Not rolling the way they were, but still 6-1 since break with Nash back. (2) 4. UTAH (39-19) Still coming: Deron Williams at 31% on threes Feb. 1, at 54% since. (4) 5. DETROIT (37-20) What cakewalk?
January 8, 2001 | MAL FLORENCE
Syndicated columnist Norman Chad, writing before the New York Giants played the Philadelphia Eagles, characterized the Giants as a "nagging cold sore that won't go away," adding: "You know how you're not supposed to look at the sun directly during a solar eclipse or it will damage your eyes. Same thing applies to the Giants when they're on offense. "Things I'd rather do than watch the Giants play football: * "Eat peanut butter on Melba toast every day for a year.
November 8, 2008 | ANN BRENOFF
In an indelible award-show moment, best-actor winner Ving Rhames gave his Golden Globe to fellow nominee Jack Lemmon in 1998, saying: "I feel that being an artist is about giving, and I'd like to give this to you." There was nary a dry eye in the house, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. later made a duplicate award for Rhames. (Sorry, Sally. While we may really, really like you, this guy is a class act.) Rhames has listed his home in Brentwood for $2,699,000.
May 20, 2006 | Mike Terry, Times Staff Writer
It began in 1997 as a summer league alternative for women's professional basketball. As the WNBA opens its 10th season today, much has changed. Still solidly backed by the NBA, the WNBA has seen its talent base grow tenfold, leading to a higher level of play and the longest-running league in U.S. women's pro basketball. "I remember when I first accepted the job, there wasn't a collective bargaining agreement," Minnesota Coach Suzie McConnell Serio said.
May 6, 2000 | MARK HEISLER
Up in the home of Phil Jackson's semi-civilized Redneck Heaven, otherwise known as our state capital, Sacramento, they waited a lifetime for this night. Years of Laker dominance, Laker glitz, Lakers rubbing it in in their inimitable style. That actually turned out to be a good thing Friday night. After all those years of suffering at the hands of the Lakers, what's one more? The Kings' Mission turned out to be Impossible, after all.
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