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April 28, 1990
Ralph Tally, a former Los Angeles Lakers fourth-round draft choice and the 1987 Division II player of the year, was sentenced in Mays Landing, N.J., to seven years in prison for possessing and intending to distribute heroin.
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April 28, 1990
Ralph Tally, a former Los Angeles Lakers fourth-round draft choice and the 1987 Division II player of the year, was sentenced in Mays Landing, N.J., to seven years in prison for possessing and intending to distribute heroin.
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SPORTS
October 22, 1987
The Lakers trimmed their roster to 14 players Wednesday by waiving rookies Willie Glass and Ralph Tally. Glass, from St. John's, was selected by the Lakers in the third round of the draft, their highest pick. He scored two points in his only exhibition game. Tally, a fourth-round choice from Norfolk (Va.) State, was scoreless in his only game. He was a teammate of Glass' at Atlantic City (N.J.) High School.
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October 19, 1987 | GORDON EDES
The Lakers open their exhibition schedule with back-to-back games at the Forum: tonight at 7:30 against the Phoenix Suns, Tuesday against the New York Knicks. The Lakers have 16 players on their roster, including free agents Milt Wagner and Jeff Lamp and rookies Willie Glass and Ralph Tally.
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October 9, 1987 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
The Lakers open training camp this morning in Palm Desert with all of their returning veterans under contract, after free-agent guard Byron Scott came to terms on a one-year contract Thursday night. No details were announced, but Scott, who last season earned $440,000 in the final year of a four-year contract, probably will receive close to $600,000 from the Lakers.
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June 23, 1987 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
The Washington Bullets went small. The Atlanta Hawks went global. The Lakers went Hollywood. Reggie Miller went to Indiana. The Clippers went for all the help they could get. And although the San Antonio Spurs, as expected, went for Navy center David Robinson, the surprise of the National Basketball Assn. draft Monday was the number of teams that went for guards. Six of the first 12 players taken in the first round were guards, as compared to two of the first dozen a year ago.
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April 7, 1987 | ALAN DROOZ
When Claremont-Mudd basketball Coach David Wells was named the Division III West Region Coach of the Year last week, he could finally hold his head high around the office. Actually, it wasn't that bad. Wells has the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference's best record over the last five seasons. But now he can finally take his place among Claremont-Mudd's award winners. Wells is the second Claremont-Mudd coach this school year to be named regional Coach of the Year.
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