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SPORTS
May 11, 1986 | United Press International
The Cleveland Cavaliers still are looking for a general manager and have yet to make a decision on their head coaching vacancy. But despite the uncertainty in their front office, the Cavaliers are hopeful of success in today's NBA lottery. Wait. Didn't Cleveland trade its first-round pick this year to Dallas back in 1980?
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SPORTS
March 29, 1986
It's called the Freak Defense, and Dale Brown said he first employed it at Bishop Ryan High School in Minot., S.D., to confuse opponents who were physically superior. As LSU prepared for today's game against physically superior Louisville, Brown explained the defense to Mickey Spagnola of the Dallas Times Herald: "We change on different clues and for different reasons. Say, if No. 10 brings the ball across halfcourt and he goes to the right side, we play man (to man on defense).
NEWS
April 3, 2001
IN THE TOURNAMENT * East Regional, first round Duke 95, Monmouth 52 21 points, 10 rebounds Battier--a 6-foot-8, 220-pound senior from Birmingham, Mich.--had five of the Blue Devils' school-record 18 three-point baskets. He had two three-point baskets and a layup in a 57-second span in Duke's 62-point first half.
SPORTS
March 12, 1985
When UCLA and Montana meet in the first round of the NIT Thursday, it will be their first meeting since the Grizzlies almost spoiled John Wooden's farewell season 10 years ago in the 1974-75 NCAA regionals at Portland. The Bruins, featuring a front line of Marques Johnson, Richard Washington and Dave Meyers, with 7-1 Ralph Drollinger in reserve, were odds-on favorites to beat the Big Sky champions whose biggest name was their coach, Jud Heathcote.
SPORTS
January 15, 1993 | From Associated Press
Ed Stokes had 18 points and 12 rebounds and No. 12 Arizona defeated Washington, 93-76, Thursday night at Tucson. Arizona (8-2, 3-0 in Pacific-10) used its pressure defense to key a 12-2 run midway through the second half to break open a three-point game. Reserve Joe McLean keyed Arizona's burst with a three-pointer and he finished with 14 points. He grabbed an offensive rebound and made a jump shot with one second to play to give the Wildcats a 50-40 lead at halftime.
NEWS
September 17, 1999 | From Religion News Service
The board of the National Assn. of Evangelicals has voted to move the organization's headquarters from Carol Stream, Ill., to Azusa. "We had 50 board members vote and 75% voted for giving the new president the authority to move ahead with a move," said the Rev. Richard Cizik, Washington director of the organization. President Kevin Mannoia intends to rent a facility in Azusa until a decision can be made about a permanent location in the Los Angeles area, Cizik said.
OPINION
October 18, 1992 | This collection of pithy observations was compiled by BLAKE FLEETWOOD, a writer based in New York
Politics, as a practice, whatever its professions, has always been the systematic organization of hatreds. -- Henry Adams * An election is a moral horror, as bad as battle except for the blood; a mud bath for every soul concerned. -- George Bernard Shaw * Politics, n. A strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles. -- Ambrose Bierce * Since a politician never believes what he says, he is surprised when others believe him.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 2010 | By Bill Dwyre and David Wharton
John Wooden, the UCLA basketball coach who became an icon of American sports while guiding the Bruins to an unprecedented 10 national championships in the 1960s and '70s and remained in the spotlight during retirement with his "Pyramid of Success" motivational program, has died. He was 99. Wooden died Friday evening of natural causes at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, the university announced. He had been hospitalized since last week for dehydration. Though the stern, dignified Midwesterner's fame extended beyond the sports world, it was Wooden's achievements during 27 seasons at UCLA that put him in the company of such legendary coaches as the Green Bay Packers' Vince Lombardi and Notre Dame's Knute Rockne.
SPORTS
June 5, 2010 | From Times staff reports
1963-64 (30-0) Championship game: UCLA 98, Duke 83, at Kansas City, Mo. The team: Steve Brucker, Fred Slaughter, Doug McIntosh, Vaughn Hoffman, Keith Erickson, Kim Stewart, Kenny Washington, Gail Goodrich, Jack Hirsch, Rich Levin, Walt Hazzard, Kent Graham, Mike Huggins, Chuck Darrow. The season: At the beginning of the season, this team wasn't even ranked in the national top 50. It was Wooden's shortest team to win a national title (center Fred Slaughter was only 6-5)
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