February 20, 1997 |
The staggering nine-player trade between the Dallas Mavericks and New Jersey Nets hit a possible snag Wednesday when Khalid Reeves told the Mavericks about a childhood heart murmur. Maverick doctors were conducting Reeves' physical when they found out about the condition, team spokesman Kevin Sullivan said. The trade should have been finalized Wednesday evening, 48 hours after it was filed with the league, but Dallas received an extension until noon today.
December 15, 1993 |
Khalid Reeves scored 26 points to lead 13th-ranked Arizona to an 80-62 victory over New Orleans on Tuesday night at Tucson. Reeves, who averages 22.8 points, scored the first seven points of the second half during a 12-0 Arizona run that broke open a close game. New Orleans (2-2), which trailed at halftime, 31-29, had won 11 consecutive road games and 27 of its last 30 regular-season games.
March 21, 1994 |
The defensive specialist that Khalid Reeves had not heard of got the best of him in the first half. The second half belonged to Reeves. Reeves burned Cornel Parker for 21 of his 30 points in the second half Sunday, leading Arizona into the NCAA tournament's round of 16 with a 71-58 victory over Virginia in the West Regional. "I think in the first half I wasn't moving with the ball," Reeves said. "I came into the second half knowing I'm always aggressive in the second half.
November 4, 1995 |
A new era in the NBA dawned Friday, when center Alonzo Mourning, a 25-year-old, two-time all-star considered by the Charlotte Hornets as their cornerstone, turned down their $11-million-a-year offer and forced a trade. That set up the first skirmish in a year that will see stars such as Michael Jordan and Shaquille O'Neal eligible for free agency. Miami's Pat Riley won it, sending Glen Rice, two more starters and a No. 1 pick to Charlotte for Mourning.
February 11, 1994 |
Khalid Reeves scored 33 points and made six three-point shots as 16th-ranked Arizona held Stanford to a season-low in scoring in a 77-60 victory Thursday night at Palo Alto. Rebounding from last Saturday's stunning 74-69 loss to Washington at Seattle, Arizona claimed a 13th consecutive victory over the Cardinal, which lost for only the second time in 11 home games this season. The other loss was to UCLA.
March 26, 1994 |
It would be understandable if Khalid Reeves of Arizona had a big smile at tipoff of today's NCAA West Regional final against Missouri at the Sports Arena. In three tournament games, Reeves has been on a scoring spree, averaging 30 points. He had a game-high 29 in the Wildcats' 82-70 victory over Louisville on Thursday night. And Reeves believes his best tournament games are yet to come.