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February 8, 1992
I like Jim Brandenburg. I don't like his style of basketball, but it has worked. To play it you need a big, strong center in the middle and some guards who can shoot from the perimeter. What we have here at San Diego State is neither. With the exception of Joe McNaull and Tony Clark, who are outstanding athletes playing out of position, and Nelson Stewart, who is certified blue-collar worker on the boards, most of these kids are run-and-gun athletes who really don't fit this system.
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June 9, 1995 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
These are busy days for the NBA's latest group of soon-to-be millionaires, would-be bench warmers and guys hoping to land somewhere in between. They're in Chicago at the pre-draft camp, pro basketball's version of a scouting combine and one of the last chances for league executives and coaches to window shop before the June 28 draft. Joe McNaull is among the many eager young men being watched, tested and tried.
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March 9, 1995 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scalding water rushed into Joe McNaull's weary face as he stood in a shower stall, but he didn't feel a thing. He couldn't feel anything. Several hours before, McNaull, then a junior center at San Diego State, and his teammates experienced another of those numbing blowout losses the Aztecs had come to expect. New Mexico defeated the Aztecs, 77-52, at San Diego on Jan. 17, 1993, in front of what could only generously be called a "crowd."
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March 9, 1995 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scalding water rushed into Joe McNaull's weary face as he stood in a shower stall, but he didn't feel a thing. He couldn't feel anything. Several hours before, McNaull, then a junior center at San Diego State, and his teammates experienced another of those numbing blowout losses the Aztecs had come to expect. New Mexico defeated the Aztecs, 77-52, at San Diego on Jan. 17, 1993, in front of what could only generously be called a "crowd."
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February 3, 1995 | MIKE PENNER
Turnovers to the left of him, bruised backboards to his right, clanked free throws all around--Thursday night, the Long Beach Pyramid was an absolute mess. Joe McNaull had seen this act before, many times during the three years he spent at San Diego State as the tallest janitor west of the Rockies, cleaning up after the Aztecs.
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June 9, 1995 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
These are busy days for the NBA's latest group of soon-to-be millionaires, would-be bench warmers and guys hoping to land somewhere in between. They're in Chicago at the pre-draft camp, pro basketball's version of a scouting combine and one of the last chances for league executives and coaches to window shop before the June 28 draft. Joe McNaull is among the many eager young men being watched, tested and tried.
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March 9, 1995 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hot water rushed onto Joe McNaull's weary face as he stood in a shower stall, but he didn't feel a thing. He couldn't feel anything. McNaull, then a junior center at San Diego State, and his teammates had lost to New Mexico, 77-52, at home on Jan. 17, 1993. He was in the midst of an 8-21 season that had followed a 2-26 season, and the lack of victories was taking its toll. "I don't know how long I stayed in the shower that night," McNaull said.
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October 30, 1991 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe McNaull, a 6-foot-10 sophomore forward-center on the San Diego State basketball team, was arrested on campus Friday on petty theft charges, according to Tom Boyer, a detective with the SDSU Department of Public Safety. Boyer said McNaull, 19, walked out of the food section of the Courtyard Cafe with some Twinkies, potato chips and donuts without paying a bill totaling $2.07. McNaull had apparently purchased other items minutes before.
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April 22, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Joe McNaull, a 6-foot-11 all-Western Athletic Conference junior center from San Diego State, said he will transfer to Cal State Long Beach. McNaull, who averaged 11.7 points and 8.2 rebounds for the Aztecs last season, obtained his release from San Diego State earlier this week.
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January 21, 1992 | SCOTT MILLER
Physical tests on San Diego State center Joe McNaull all came up negative, according to SDSU trainer Mark Haines. McNaull, who had only 11 points and 12 rebounds during losses last week at New Mexico and Texas El Paso, has been complaining of fatigue for a week. The Aztecs decided over the weekend to have him tested for mononucleosis and strep throat, among other things. "Joe's performance is not relating to any kind of illness," Haines said. "We just had to find that out."
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March 9, 1995 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hot water rushed onto Joe McNaull's weary face as he stood in a shower stall, but he didn't feel a thing. He couldn't feel anything. McNaull, then a junior center at San Diego State, and his teammates had lost to New Mexico, 77-52, at home on Jan. 17, 1993. He was in the midst of an 8-21 season that had followed a 2-26 season, and the lack of victories was taking its toll. "I don't know how long I stayed in the shower that night," McNaull said.
SPORTS
February 3, 1995 | MIKE PENNER
Turnovers to the left of him, bruised backboards to his right, clanked free throws all around--Thursday night, the Long Beach Pyramid was an absolute mess. Joe McNaull had seen this act before, many times during the three years he spent at San Diego State as the tallest janitor west of the Rockies, cleaning up after the Aztecs.
SPORTS
February 8, 1992
I like Jim Brandenburg. I don't like his style of basketball, but it has worked. To play it you need a big, strong center in the middle and some guards who can shoot from the perimeter. What we have here at San Diego State is neither. With the exception of Joe McNaull and Tony Clark, who are outstanding athletes playing out of position, and Nelson Stewart, who is certified blue-collar worker on the boards, most of these kids are run-and-gun athletes who really don't fit this system.
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October 30, 1991 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe McNaull, a 6-foot-10 sophomore forward-center on the San Diego State basketball team, was arrested on campus Friday on petty theft charges, according to Tom Boyer, a detective with the SDSU Department of Public Safety. Boyer said McNaull, 19, walked out of the food section of the Courtyard Cafe with some Twinkies, potato chips and donuts without paying a bill totaling $2.07. McNaull had apparently purchased other items minutes before.
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November 19, 1991 | SCOTT MILLER
The San Diego State men's basketball team finished its two-game exhibition season with an uneven performance Monday night during an 88-80 loss to the Latvian National Team in Peterson Gym. The Aztecs, once again without Keith Balzer (knee tendinitis), led by 10 points four different times in the first half but trailed at halftime, 41-40.
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March 9, 1995 | JOHN WEYLER
UC Irvine's Kevin Simmons was named Big West freshman of the year Wednesday and Anteater point guard Raimonds Miglinieks was an All-Big West first-team selection. Utah State center Eric Franson was named player of the year. Simmons led the Anteaters in scoring (14.8 points a game) and rebounding (7.5). Miglinieks ranks third in the nation with an average of 8.2 assists. Long Beach State center Joe McNaull also was a first-team pick.
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