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March 2, 1988
Jon Koncak, reserve center for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Assn., will miss the remainder of the season because of torn ligaments in his right knee.
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March 2, 1988
Jon Koncak, reserve center for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Assn., will miss the remainder of the season because of torn ligaments in his right knee.
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November 3, 1996 | From Associated Press
Rony Seikaly is heading back to Florida. Felton Spencer is heading to his third team in four months. In a long-anticipated move, the Golden State Warriors traded suspended center Seikaly and his backup, Clifford Rozier, to the Orlando Magic on Saturday for Spencer, Donald Royal and John Koncak. The Warriors also sent a future second-round draft pick to Orlando.
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June 18, 1985 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
After the New York Knicks select Georgetown's Patrick Ewing with the first pick just after 10 a.m. (PDT) today in the National Basketball Assn. draft, the Indiana Pacers will have five minutes to make the second pick. It shouldn't take them that long, unless they stretch out the procedure for dramatic effect. Sources close to Wayman Tisdale said Monday that the Pacers already have made their decision and will select the three-time All-American forward from Oklahoma.
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December 9, 1987 | CHRIS BAKER, Times Staff Writer
The Atlanta Hawks ran away from the Clippers, 90-79, Tuesday night at the Sports Arena. However, the Clippers were able to turn the Hawks' showtime fast break into slow time with a harassing, pressure defense. The Clippers' offense hasn't caught up with the defense yet, which is why they sputtered in the second half, scoring just 37 points. Los Angeles shot 22.2% in the third quarter, hitting only 4 of 18 shots.
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January 20, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Nevada Las Vegas, blown out by top-ranked Georgetown, 82-46, last month on national television, redeemed itself on national TV Saturday with a 78-76 victory over Maryland before a crowd of 16,328 at Las Vegas . "We lost a lot of prestige after the Georgetown game," Las Vegas Coach Jerry Tarkanian said. "It (Saturday's win) is good for the community and good for the PCAA (Pacific Coast Athletic Assn.). The Runnin' Rebels (12-2) held off a furious Maryland rally to win their 11th straight game.
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November 5, 1987 | CHRIS BAKER, Times Staff Writer
ATLANTIC DIVISION BOSTON CELTICS Will the Celtics miss Kevin McHale, who led the league in field goal percentage at .604 and was sixth in scoring with a 26.1-points-a-game average? Does the Boston Garden have rats? For the first time since 1975, three rookies have made the Celtics' opening-day roster--7-foot center Brad Lohaus of Iowa, swing man Reggie Lewis of Northeastern and forward Mark Acres of Oral Roberts.
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January 29, 1995 | Mark Heisler
"Let's see, how did Charlie get out of Philadelphia? "Rip his teammates? OK, I've done that. "Rip the boss? Done that. The fans? Check. Throw furniture? Check. What am I still doing here? "How'd the Worm get out of Detroit? "Oh, he went stark, raving mad? Dyed his hair, pierced his flesh, tattooed himself into a piece of walking graffiti? I'm not sure I want to go that far, Madonna or no Madonna."
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October 31, 1993 | From Associated Press
Team-by-team rundown of the Western Conference for the 1993-94 NBA season, in predicted order of finish, with prominent additions and subtractions (rookies are listed with draft selection number): Western Conference/Pacific Division Portland Trail Blazers LAST SEASON: 51-31, 3rd; lost 3-1 to San Antonio in first round. COACH: Rick Adelman (6th season with Trail Blazers; 244-119). PROBABLE STARTERS: Chris Dudley, Buck Williams, Harvey Grant, Clyde Drexler, Terry Porter.
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