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August 2, 2000 | BILL PLASCHKE
Grab Jerry Buss out of that velvet room. Pull Jerry West out of his funk. Shove the phone at Mitch Kupchak. The charades that have dominated the Laker front office this summer have a chance to end with one word. Two initials. Sounds like sleepwear. Could help send Tim Duncan and Rasheed Wallace to their rooms for naps. P.J. As in, P.J. Brown, a 6-foot-11 power forward who rebounds and plays defense and does not wear a bear on his head.
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March 17, 2013
Gimme some of that Former NBA forward-center P.J. Brown , on whether he could still play in the league if he were able to replicate whatever is making Kobe Bryant so effective in his 17th professional season: "If Kobe gave me some of what he's on, maybe. Because he's like 25 out there. He's back at school in Philadelphia or something. I don't know. He's out there doing it. He's getting it done. Maybe I got to head to Germany or something. " You're the victim? Sacramento forward DeMarcus Cousins , on his ejection for hitting Milwaukee's Mike Dunleavy in the head with an elbow shortly after Dunleavy undercut him while boxing out: "Actually, I was cool about it because I really didn't know if he did it on purpose.
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March 17, 2013
Gimme some of that Former NBA forward-center P.J. Brown , on whether he could still play in the league if he were able to replicate whatever is making Kobe Bryant so effective in his 17th professional season: "If Kobe gave me some of what he's on, maybe. Because he's like 25 out there. He's back at school in Philadelphia or something. I don't know. He's out there doing it. He's getting it done. Maybe I got to head to Germany or something. " You're the victim? Sacramento forward DeMarcus Cousins , on his ejection for hitting Milwaukee's Mike Dunleavy in the head with an elbow shortly after Dunleavy undercut him while boxing out: "Actually, I was cool about it because I really didn't know if he did it on purpose.
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August 2, 2000 | BILL PLASCHKE
Grab Jerry Buss out of that velvet room. Pull Jerry West out of his funk. Shove the phone at Mitch Kupchak. The charades that have dominated the Laker front office this summer have a chance to end with one word. Two initials. Sounds like sleepwear. Could help send Tim Duncan and Rasheed Wallace to their rooms for naps. P.J. As in, P.J. Brown, a 6-foot-11 power forward who rebounds and plays defense and does not wear a bear on his head.
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July 19, 1996 | From Associated Press
P.J. Brown signed with the Miami Heat Thursday, saying he wanted to play with a team "going in the right direction." Brown, a 6-foot-11 forward who played for the New Jersey Nets last season, signed a seven-year contract worth $36 million. "I think I'm still in a dream right now, not only to be financially secure, but to play for a coach that I've seen since I was a young kid," said Brown. "I know this organization is going in the right direction and I want to be part of it."
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August 7, 1999
P.J. Brown scored in the eighth round of the shootout to give San Diego a 2-1 victory over the Zodiac in an A-League soccer game Friday in San Diego. Kenny Hesse of the Zodiac scored the game's first goal when he kicked the ball about 30 yards and got it past goalkeeper Tom Tate in the 37th minute. San Diego already had lost Carlos Farias, the league's top scorer who was ejected after his second yellow card in the 26th minute.
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October 30, 2003
LEADERS Points Vince Carter, Toronto...39 Keith Van Horn, New York...29 Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas...29 Kenyon Martin, New Jersey...26 Tracy McGrady, Orlando...26 LeBron James, Cleveland...25 Kevin Garnett, Minnesota...25 Paul Pierce, Boston...23 Jermaine O'Neal, Indiana...22 Eddie Jones, Miami...22 Zach Randolph, Portland...22 Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento...22 Ron Artest, Indiana...21 Rasheed Wallace, Portland...21 Stephen Jackson, Atlanta.
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February 28, 2008 | From the Associated Press
SEATTLE -- Allen Iverson had 31 points on 13-for-18 shooting, and the Denver Nuggets were nearly flawless on offense, scoring the most points in the NBA this season in a 138-96 rout of the Seattle SuperSonics on Wednesday night. The Nuggets ended a three-game losing streak, shooting 67% (59 of 88) -- the best in franchise history. The previous best was nearly 30 years ago, when the Nuggets shot 66.7% against New Jersey in 1978. Denver also bettered the 66.
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January 26, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Ben Gordon scored 30 points, Luol Deng had 21 and the Chicago Bulls ended the Dallas Mavericks' eight-game winning streak with a 96-85 victory Thursday night. Dirk Nowitzki had 28 points and 11 rebounds for Dallas, which lost for only the second time in 23 games. After nearly blowing an early 17-point lead, the Bulls pulled away late in the fourth quarter. Nowitzki's three-point basket closed Chicago's lead to 79-76 with 4:31 left. P.J.
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November 2, 2000
Gary Payton, Seattle: 35 Shaquille O'Neal, LAKERS: 34 Antoine Walker, Boston: 33 Kobe Bryant, LAKERS: 31 Paul Pierce, Boston: 28 Chris Webber, Sacramento: 27 Karl Malone, Utah: 26 Nick Van Exel, Denver: 26 Vince Carter, Toronto: 25 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia: 24 Predrag Stojakovic, Sacramento: 23 Richard Hamilton, Washington: 23 * REBOUNDS Shaquille O'Neal, Lakers: 15 Jerome Williams, Detroit: 14 Antoine Walker, Boston:12 Tony Battie, Boston: 12 Antonio Davis, Toronto: 11 Clarence
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July 19, 1996 | From Associated Press
P.J. Brown signed with the Miami Heat Thursday, saying he wanted to play with a team "going in the right direction." Brown, a 6-foot-11 forward who played for the New Jersey Nets last season, signed a seven-year contract worth $36 million. "I think I'm still in a dream right now, not only to be financially secure, but to play for a coach that I've seen since I was a young kid," said Brown. "I know this organization is going in the right direction and I want to be part of it."
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March 17, 2004 | From Associated Press
The New Orleans Hornets put forward Jamal Mashburn on the injured list Tuesday because of swelling in his right knee. Mashburn, averaging 20.8 points and 6.2 rebounds in 19 games, had surgery on the knee during training camp and sat out the first 44 games. The Hornets also said forward P.J. Brown would sit out at least two games because of a sprained left ankle. Brown was injured in Saturday's game against the Golden State Warriors.
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August 29, 1999
Mauricio Alegre scored two goals to help the Western Conference-leading San Diego Flash defeat the Zodiac, 4-0, in an A-League soccer game Saturday in front of about 3,000 at San Diego Mesa College. The Zodiac beat the Flash in overtime, 2-1, Friday at Santa Ana Stadium, but Orange County's defense was not nearly as stingy Saturday.
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