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December 30, 1993 | MITCH POLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When basketball players Raymond Tutt and Michael Dean were high school seniors in the South Bay, their relationship was one of adversaries. Tutt played for San Pedro and Dean for nearby Torrance and about the only thing they knew about each other was that they were in competition for the state scoring title. That created a rivalry. "I didn't really know him in high school," Dean said. "But people would tell me about Tutt scoring 42, so I felt like I had to go out and score 43.
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December 30, 1993 | MITCH POLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When basketball players Raymond Tutt and Michael Dean were high school seniors in the South Bay, their relationship was one of adversaries. Tutt played for San Pedro and Dean for nearby Torrance and about the only thing they knew about each other was that they were in competition for the state scoring title. That created a rivalry. "I didn't really know him in high school," Dean said. "But people would tell me about Tutt scoring 42, so I felt like I had to go out and score 43.
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December 30, 1993 | MITCH POLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When basketball players Raymond Tutt and Michael Dean were high school seniors in the South Bay, their relationship was one of adversaries. Tutt played for San Pedro and Dean for nearby Torrance and about the only thing they knew about each other was that they were in competition for the state scoring title. That created a rivalry. "I didn't really know him in high school," Dean said. "But people would tell me about Tutt scoring 42, so I felt like I had to go out and score 43.
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December 30, 1993 | MITCH POLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When basketball players Raymond Tutt and Michael Dean were high school seniors in the South Bay, their relationship was one of adversaries. Tutt played for San Pedro and Dean for nearby Torrance and about the only thing they knew about each other was that they were in competition for the state scoring title. That created a rivalry. "I didn't really know him in high school," Dean said. "But people would tell me about Tutt scoring 42, so I felt like I had to go out and score 43.
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January 3, 1998 | ROB FERNAS
PEPPERDINE (7-4) at UC SANTA BARBARA (3-6), 7, KIEV (870)--The Waves complete nonconference play against Santa Barbara, a program in turmoil. Disgruntled Gaucho players called for Coach Jerry Pimm's resignation last month, but matters reportedly have settled down after Pimm addressed their concerns. Santa Barbara routed St. Mary's, 87-66, last Saturday for its first victory over a Division I opponent and boasts one of the West Coast's top shooting guards in Raymond Tutt.
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March 1, 1997 | LON EUBANKS
* UC SANTA BARBARA (12-13, 7-8) at CAL STATE FULLERTON (12-13, 5-10) Time--7 p.m. Fullerton can equal its victory total of the last two seasons by winning its regular-season finale. UC Santa Barbara won the first meeting, 83-76, in January. The Gauchos' Raymond Tutt is averaging 24 points. Chris Dade, averaging 16.8 points, has been Fullerton's leading scorer in 10 of the last 11 games.
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