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November 17, 1990
The Philadelphia 76ers' Johnny Dawkins underwent reconstructive surgery on his right knee. The guard is expected to need nine to 12 months to recover.
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November 17, 1990
The Philadelphia 76ers' Johnny Dawkins underwent reconstructive surgery on his right knee. The guard is expected to need nine to 12 months to recover.
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March 31, 1986 | MIKE DOWNEY
Duke men don't wear plaid. Not even Mike Krzyzewski, the Bob Knight protege who coaches the NCAA basketball tournament's Yuppiest team. "I hate plaid," Krzyzewski said Sunday, which was his way of kidding his former boss, whose sport coats sometimes belonged on a horse. What does the well-dressed Duke man wear?
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November 2, 1986 | United Press International
The San Antonio Spurs are expected to lose a lot of games this year, chiefly because their frontcourt is aging and without depth. The Spurs, however, should provide one of the most entertaining backcourts in the NBA. Of course, that is what San Antonio fans thought last year before a rare illness almost took the life of veteran guard Johnny Moore. Now, however, Moore has returned to his old self and on top of that the Spurs used their No.
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November 2, 1986 | United Press International
The San Antonio Spurs are expected to lose a lot of games this year, chiefly because their frontcourt is aging and without depth. The Spurs, however, should provide one of the most entertaining backcourts in the NBA. Of course, that is what San Antonio fans thought last year before a rare illness almost took the life of veteran guard Johnny Moore. Now, however, Moore has returned to his old self and on top of that the Spurs used their No.
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March 30, 1986 | Mike Downey
The game was hardly over--half a minute, maybe--but Johnny Dawkins, the earl of Duke, already was down on one knee in a mob of his admirers at center court, signing a slip of paper. As good as he might be, and as good as he obviously was in Saturday's 71-67 victory over Kansas in the NCAA tournament semifinals, it seemed a peculiar place and a peculiar time to be granting somebody an autograph. Turned out, he was not.
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January 13, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Point guard Tommy Amaker said this week he had thought about a rematch with Washington ever since the Huskies knocked Duke out of the second round of the NCAA West Regional last spring. The second-ranked Blue Devils avenged that two-point loss Saturday with a 71-59 victory, but they didn't talk about revenge after the game at Durham, N.C. All Amaker and leading scorer Johnny Dawkins, who finished with 19 points, could talk about was Washington's Detlef Schrempf.
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February 17, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Johnny Dawkins, who had shown North Carolina State one side of his talent the night before, showed Notre Dame another Sunday at Durham, N.C. With one second left Sunday, Duke's senior guard blocked a 15-foot jump shot by Irish guard David Rivers to preserve the second-ranked Blue Devils' 75-74 victory over No. 14 Notre Dame.
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March 9, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Johnny Dawkins scored 27 points and Mark Alarie added 21 Friday to power Duke to an 86-73 rout of Maryland in the opening round of the Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournament at Atlanta. Duke (22-6) will face top-seeded Georgia Tech (22-7) in today's semifinals. Dawkins scored 17 first-half points as Duke took a 43-37 halftime lead.
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March 31, 1986 | MIKE DOWNEY
Duke men don't wear plaid. Not even Mike Krzyzewski, the Bob Knight protege who coaches the NCAA basketball tournament's Yuppiest team. "I hate plaid," Krzyzewski said Sunday, which was his way of kidding his former boss, whose sport coats sometimes belonged on a horse. What does the well-dressed Duke man wear?
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March 30, 1986 | Mike Downey
The game was hardly over--half a minute, maybe--but Johnny Dawkins, the earl of Duke, already was down on one knee in a mob of his admirers at center court, signing a slip of paper. As good as he might be, and as good as he obviously was in Saturday's 71-67 victory over Kansas in the NCAA tournament semifinals, it seemed a peculiar place and a peculiar time to be granting somebody an autograph. Turned out, he was not.
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February 17, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Johnny Dawkins, who had shown North Carolina State one side of his talent the night before, showed Notre Dame another Sunday at Durham, N.C. With one second left Sunday, Duke's senior guard blocked a 15-foot jump shot by Irish guard David Rivers to preserve the second-ranked Blue Devils' 75-74 victory over No. 14 Notre Dame.
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March 9, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Johnny Dawkins scored 27 points and Mark Alarie added 21 Friday to power Duke to an 86-73 rout of Maryland in the opening round of the Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournament at Atlanta. Duke (22-6) will face top-seeded Georgia Tech (22-7) in today's semifinals. Dawkins scored 17 first-half points as Duke took a 43-37 halftime lead.
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January 13, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Point guard Tommy Amaker said this week he had thought about a rematch with Washington ever since the Huskies knocked Duke out of the second round of the NCAA West Regional last spring. The second-ranked Blue Devils avenged that two-point loss Saturday with a 71-59 victory, but they didn't talk about revenge after the game at Durham, N.C. All Amaker and leading scorer Johnny Dawkins, who finished with 19 points, could talk about was Washington's Detlef Schrempf.
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