March 16, 1990 |
Bo Kimble has said every point he scores for the rest of his life will be for his friend and fallen teammate, Hank Gathers. That figures to be a lot of points. Though Gathers' death has cast a pall on the basketball season for Loyola Marymount, Kimble is working on one of the great scoring seasons in NCAA history, leading the nation at 35.3 points per game and standing within 12 points of joining the exclusive 1,000-point club.
November 8, 1991
1977-78: Led Michigan State to a 25-5 record as a freshman as Spartans won their first Big Ten title in 19 years. 1979: Led Michigan State to NCAA title, beating Larry Bird and Indiana State in championship game. Entered NBA draft after sophomore year and Lakers made him the No. 1 selection. 1980: Led Lakers to NBA championship and was named playoff MVP.
April 11, 2005
One game after moving into ninth place on the NBA's all-time assist list ahead of Lenny Wilkens, New Jersey's Jason Kidd finished with a season-high 17 assists to spark the Nets to a 99-86 victory over the Boston Celtics on Saturday. Here are the top 15 all-time assist leaders: * Active *--* PLAYER ASSISTS SEASONS 1. John Stockton 15,806 19 2. Mark Jackson 10,323 17 3. Magic Johnson 10,141 13 4. Oscar Robertson 9,887 14 5. Isiah Thomas 9,061 13 6. Gary Payton * 8,478 15 7.
April 26, 2004 |
San Antonio Spur forward Tim Duncan made the All-NBA first team Sunday, becoming only the sixth player to receive the honor in each of his first seven seasons. Also on the first team were the Lakers' Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal, Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett and New Jersey Net guard Jason Kidd. Garnett was the only player named on all 123 first-team ballots. The 6-foot-11 forward set career highs with 24.2 points and 13.
January 6, 1985 |
Oscar Robertson, the former NBA and University of Cincinnati star, is one of five athletes chosen to receive NCAA awards Jan. 14. Officials of the NCAA are to present the Silver Anniversary awards to the athletes at the NCAA convention at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tenn., on Jan. 14. The awards are given annually to college athletes who graduated 25 years ago, and are based on the athletes' community contributions as well as undergraduate achievements.
April 24, 1988 |
Alex English scored 27 points Saturday night, and the Denver Nuggets clinched the Midwest Division championship with a 134-109 rout of the Clippers. Denver won 16 of its last 18 games to overcome Dallas' 5 1/2-game division lead in mid-March. The Nuggets, in control throughout, also got a standout performance from guard Lafayette Lever, who had 24 points and 13 assists, while Michael Adams and Danny Schayes each scored 20 points.
April 7, 1997 |
Center Olden Polynice scored nine of his 15 points in a decisive third quarter Sunday night, lifting the Sacramento Kings to a 113-101 victory over the Seattle SuperSonics. Despite the return to the starting lineup of Shawn Kemp following a four-game benching for disciplinary reasons, Seattle lost for the fourth time in its last seven games. Chicago 110, Orlando 94--Michael Jordan scored 37 points to move into fifth place on the career scoring list at Orlando.
August 20, 2003 |
TNT has paired new NBA commentator Doug Collins with play-by-play announcer Kevin Harlan as a broadcast team. TNT's other newcomer, Steve Kerr, will join Marv Albert and Mike Fratello as Jeff Van Gundy's replacement. Van Gundy left TNT to coach the Houston Rockets. Meanwhile, ABC Sports executive producer Mike Pearl has met with Al Michaels to discuss the possibility of the "Monday Night Football" announcer also doing NBA games.