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July 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Clippers signed first-round draft pick Randy Woods to a multiyear contract, the team announced. Woods, a 6-foot, 185-pound guard from La Salle, was the 16th selection in the 1992 draft. Terms were not disclosed.
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February 9, 2003 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
It can't have been easy, running the United States from 1801 to 1809. But the task Thomas Jefferson began five years after leaving the presidency wound up taking longer, revealing more of his artistic talent and leaving a more tangible legacy: bricks and mortar, in fact. That job was the creation, design and construction of the University of Virginia. No, not many Californians will build their next holiday around the university campus conceived and designed by Jefferson.
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April 27, 1993 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
The Clippers activated center Elmore Spencer from the injured list and dropped No. 1 draft pick Randy Woods from their playoff roster. Woods, who averaged 4.2 minutes in 41 appearances, had fallen on the depth chart at point guard behind Mark Jackson, Gary Grant and Lester Conner. That made him a luxury the Clippers could not afford, what with Danny Manning and John Williams still mending from minor injuries heading into the first-round series against the Houston Rockets.
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April 27, 1993 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
The Clippers activated center Elmore Spencer from the injured list and dropped No. 1 draft pick Randy Woods from their playoff roster. Woods, who averaged 4.2 minutes in 41 appearances, had fallen on the depth chart at point guard behind Mark Jackson, Gary Grant and Lester Conner. That made him a luxury the Clippers could not afford, what with Danny Manning and John Williams still mending from minor injuries heading into the first-round series against the Houston Rockets.
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February 10, 1993 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Clippers felt the way Randy Woods, their rookie guard, looked. Woozy. Disjointed. Ready to take a standing-eight count. Woods got his pounding when he ran into a pick by J.R. Reid with a few minutes to play in Tuesday night's game. The Clippers got theirs earlier, when the San Antonio Spurs built a 13-point lead before halftime, pushed it to 17 in the third quarter and rolled to an easy 112-97 victory before 16,057 at HemisFair Arena. This was like January all over again for the Clippers.
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June 25, 1992 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was like the regular season all over again Wednesday, when the Clippers started slow and ended with a flurry. Their first pick in the draft didn't come until No. 16, the latest of the Elgin Baylor era, excluding a year ago when the Clippers traded No. 9 hours before the selection to get Doc Rivers. But once the wait was over, and even though they had only two picks, the Clippers squeezed in transactions for four players and two future choices.
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October 27, 1992 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He was the 16th pick in the draft, the first for the Clippers, and an investment that might take time to develop. That also makes him something of a gamble. But Randy Woods is unfazed. Inexperienced, but unfazed. The Clippers want him to be a point guard, although with Mark Jackson and Gary Grant available, they aren't too concerned with immediate production.
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February 9, 2003 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
It can't have been easy, running the United States from 1801 to 1809. But the task Thomas Jefferson began five years after leaving the presidency wound up taking longer, revealing more of his artistic talent and leaving a more tangible legacy: bricks and mortar, in fact. That job was the creation, design and construction of the University of Virginia. No, not many Californians will build their next holiday around the university campus conceived and designed by Jefferson.
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June 14, 1995 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Sedale Threatt and Antonio Harvey are the two Lakers expected to be left unprotected when NBA teams submit their lists today for the expansion draft June 24. Randy Woods will probably head the Clipper contingent of five players who will be made available under the formula in which each club freezes eight players and gives Toronto and Vancouver the pick of the rest. The exception is that unrestricted free agents cannot be protected or claimed.
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March 2, 2005
With the signing of center Alonzo Mourning on Tuesday, the Miami Heat now has the top three players chosen in the 1992 NBA draft: Shaquille O'Neal, Christian Laettner and Mourning. *--* No. Player Pos School Current NBA Team Drafted By 1. Shaquille O'Neal C Louisiana State Miami Orlando 2. Alonzo Mourning C Georgetown Miami Charlotte 3. Christian F Duke Miami Minnesota Laettner 4. Jim Jackson G-F Ohio State Phoenix Dallas 5. LaPhonso Ellis F Notre Dame Denver 6. Tom Gugliotta F N.C.
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February 10, 1993 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Clippers felt the way Randy Woods, their rookie guard, looked. Woozy. Disjointed. Ready to take a standing-eight count. Woods got his pounding when he ran into a pick by J.R. Reid with a few minutes to play in Tuesday night's game. The Clippers got theirs earlier, when the San Antonio Spurs built a 13-point lead before halftime, pushed it to 17 in the third quarter and rolled to an easy 112-97 victory before 16,057 at HemisFair Arena. This was like January all over again for the Clippers.
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October 27, 1992 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He was the 16th pick in the draft, the first for the Clippers, and an investment that might take time to develop. That also makes him something of a gamble. But Randy Woods is unfazed. Inexperienced, but unfazed. The Clippers want him to be a point guard, although with Mark Jackson and Gary Grant available, they aren't too concerned with immediate production.
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July 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Clippers signed first-round draft pick Randy Woods to a multiyear contract, the team announced. Woods, a 6-foot, 185-pound guard from La Salle, was the 16th selection in the 1992 draft. Terms were not disclosed.
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June 25, 1992 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was like the regular season all over again Wednesday, when the Clippers started slow and ended with a flurry. Their first pick in the draft didn't come until No. 16, the latest of the Elgin Baylor era, excluding a year ago when the Clippers traded No. 9 hours before the selection to get Doc Rivers. But once the wait was over, and even though they had only two picks, the Clippers squeezed in transactions for four players and two future choices.
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September 20, 1995 | CHRIS BAKER
The Clippers completed a draft-day trade Tuesday, sending center Elmore Spencer to the Denver Nuggets for power forward-center Brian Williams. The Clippers also renounced the rights to swingman Harold Ellis and forward Michael Smith, making room under the salary cap so that the deal, which had been held up because of the recent NBA lockout, could be consummated.
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January 13, 1998 | CHRIS BAKER
Clipper forward Lorenzen Wright, who missed four consecutive games with strained ligaments in his left knee, didn't dress for Monday night's 110-95 loss to the Bucks in Milwaukee because of an ankle injury suffered Sunday against the Detroit Pistons. "Maybe I came back too soon," Wright said. "I think I should have practiced before I came back. "I've never been injured before and I thought I could just come back right away and go straight to playing."
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