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March 29, 2001 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Josh Childress of Lakewood Mayfair High and Cedric Bozeman of Santa Ana Mater Dei capped their high school basketball careers Wednesday night by participating in the McDonald's All-American game at Cameron Indoor Stadium at Durham, N.C. Childress, a 6-foot-6 forward who will attend Stanford, made three of six shots, two of three free throws and finished with eight points as the West team defeated the East, 131-125.
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July 14, 2010 | Staff and wire reports
The Phoenix Suns have acquired forward Hedo Turkoglu in a trade that sends guard Leandro Barbosa and forward Dwayne Jones to Toronto. The deal gives the Suns a third forward in their attempt to replace free agent Amare Stoudemire . Phoenix signed swingman Josh Childress in a sign-and-trade deal with Atlanta earlier Wednesday and picked up Hakim Warrick in a similar swap with Chicago. Turkoglu spent one disappointing season with the Raptors, averaging 11.3 points after being named the NBA's most improved player with Orlando the year before as the Magic reached the NBA Finals.
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June 19, 2004 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Amid continued speculation that they will trade the No. 2 pick in Thursday's NBA draft, the Clippers put former Stanford forward Josh Childress through a workout Friday at a health club in El Segundo. Childress, who expects to play guard in the NBA, is projected as a top-10 pick, but nobody expects him to land among the top two.
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July 24, 2008 | Steve Springer, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Josh Childress is leaving the Atlanta Hawks for Greek club Olympiakos, reversing the course of the many international stars who have signed with the NBA. Heading overseas allows Childress to make more money than he could have as a restricted free agent in the United States. The Hawks had the right to match an offer from another NBA team but not from an international club. Agent Jim Tanner said Wednesday the three-year deal was worth about $20 million after taxes.
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January 11, 2002 | From Associated Press
Casey Jacobsen was on his way toward another horrible game, and Stanford was staring at a possible second consecutive road loss. In came freshman Josh Childress to cover Jacobsen's back and help the Cardinal pull away for a victory. Childress scored 19 points, including seven in a row during a second-half run, and Jacobsen recovered his shot after that to lift the 14th-ranked Cardinal past Oregon State, 67-50, Thursday night.
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July 24, 2008 | Steve Springer, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Josh Childress is leaving the Atlanta Hawks for Greek club Olympiakos, reversing the course of the many international stars who have signed with the NBA. Heading overseas allows Childress to make more money than he could have as a restricted free agent in the United States. The Hawks had the right to match an offer from another NBA team but not from an international club. Agent Jim Tanner said Wednesday the three-year deal was worth about $20 million after taxes.
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January 19, 2005 | Robyn Norwood, Times Staff Writer
Imagine what it felt like. Stanford started 26-0 last season. Then the losses came one after another, like a bad spate of turnovers the players felt powerless to stop. A loss to Washington in the last regular-season game ended the chance for a perfect record. A second-round loss to Alabama in the NCAA tournament ended the hopes for a national championship. Then Josh Childress, the Cardinal's star junior, decided to jump to the NBA.
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February 27, 1999 | From Staff Reports
Josh Childress, one of the top sophomores in the Southland, helped lead Lakewood Mayfair into a Southern Section championship game Friday night with another outstanding performance. Childress scored 24 points and Jesus Miranda added 22 as Mayfair defeated defending Division II state champion Santa Margarita, 64-53, in a Division II-A semifinal at Irvine Woodbridge. Mayfair outscored Santa Margarita, 20-6, in the fourth quarter.
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January 1, 2004 | Robyn Norwood
Stanford is No. 5 in the nation, already the surprise of the Pacific 10 Conference. Now it looks as if the Cardinal is about to get better. Josh Childress is scheduled to come off the bench in Stanford's Pac-10 opener against Washington State on Friday in his return from a left foot injury that might have led to a stress fracture if not treated carefully.
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July 14, 2010 | Staff and wire reports
The Phoenix Suns have acquired forward Hedo Turkoglu in a trade that sends guard Leandro Barbosa and forward Dwayne Jones to Toronto. The deal gives the Suns a third forward in their attempt to replace free agent Amare Stoudemire . Phoenix signed swingman Josh Childress in a sign-and-trade deal with Atlanta earlier Wednesday and picked up Hakim Warrick in a similar swap with Chicago. Turkoglu spent one disappointing season with the Raptors, averaging 11.3 points after being named the NBA's most improved player with Orlando the year before as the Magic reached the NBA Finals.
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January 19, 2005 | Robyn Norwood, Times Staff Writer
Imagine what it felt like. Stanford started 26-0 last season. Then the losses came one after another, like a bad spate of turnovers the players felt powerless to stop. A loss to Washington in the last regular-season game ended the chance for a perfect record. A second-round loss to Alabama in the NCAA tournament ended the hopes for a national championship. Then Josh Childress, the Cardinal's star junior, decided to jump to the NBA.
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June 19, 2004 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Amid continued speculation that they will trade the No. 2 pick in Thursday's NBA draft, the Clippers put former Stanford forward Josh Childress through a workout Friday at a health club in El Segundo. Childress, who expects to play guard in the NBA, is projected as a top-10 pick, but nobody expects him to land among the top two.
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January 1, 2004 | Robyn Norwood
Stanford is No. 5 in the nation, already the surprise of the Pacific 10 Conference. Now it looks as if the Cardinal is about to get better. Josh Childress is scheduled to come off the bench in Stanford's Pac-10 opener against Washington State on Friday in his return from a left foot injury that might have led to a stress fracture if not treated carefully.
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January 11, 2002 | From Associated Press
Casey Jacobsen was on his way toward another horrible game, and Stanford was staring at a possible second consecutive road loss. In came freshman Josh Childress to cover Jacobsen's back and help the Cardinal pull away for a victory. Childress scored 19 points, including seven in a row during a second-half run, and Jacobsen recovered his shot after that to lift the 14th-ranked Cardinal past Oregon State, 67-50, Thursday night.
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March 29, 2001 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Josh Childress of Lakewood Mayfair High and Cedric Bozeman of Santa Ana Mater Dei capped their high school basketball careers Wednesday night by participating in the McDonald's All-American game at Cameron Indoor Stadium at Durham, N.C. Childress, a 6-foot-6 forward who will attend Stanford, made three of six shots, two of three free throws and finished with eight points as the West team defeated the East, 131-125.
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February 27, 1999 | From Staff Reports
Josh Childress, one of the top sophomores in the Southland, helped lead Lakewood Mayfair into a Southern Section championship game Friday night with another outstanding performance. Childress scored 24 points and Jesus Miranda added 22 as Mayfair defeated defending Division II state champion Santa Margarita, 64-53, in a Division II-A semifinal at Irvine Woodbridge. Mayfair outscored Santa Margarita, 20-6, in the fourth quarter.
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January 11, 2001
Dream Classic, Monday at Loyola Marymount--This five-game event will be highlighted by the 7:45 p.m. matchup between Santa Ana Mater Dei and Lakewood Mayfair. Mater Dei features UCLA-bound guard Cedric Bozeman. Mayfair is led by Stanford-bound forward Josh Childress.
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