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January 28, 1986
Rory White matched his career-high with 29 points to lead the Clippers to their fifth victory in their last six games, a 103-98 triumph over New Jersey at the Sports Arena Monday night. The Clippers rallied from a 77-76 deficit after three quarters to take a 98-94 lead on two free throws by rookie center Benoit Benjamin with 2:29 left. The Clippers saw their lead shrivel to 99-98 when Micheal Ray Richardson sank a 12-foot jumper with 54 seconds left.
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July 25, 1988 | BROCK MULLINS, Times Staff Writer
His back yard is practically in the National Basketball Assn.'s back yard. Rory White's new home in Inglewood is just a couple of blocks and a fast break away from the Forum, home of the NBA champion Lakers. But to White, the NBA might just as well be 5,000 miles away. Last season, it was. White was the second-leading scorer in Spain, averaging 29 points per game playing in Madrid for the club Bancobao.
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August 4, 1987
Forward Rory White, who averaged 9.2 points for the Clippers last season, said that he has signed a contract to play in Madrid. The veteran free agent's option was not picked up by the Clippers.
SPORTS
August 4, 1987
Forward Rory White, who averaged 9.2 points for the Clippers last season, said that he has signed a contract to play in Madrid. The veteran free agent's option was not picked up by the Clippers.
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January 30, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Unheralded Rory White went on another scoring rampage Wednesday night at the Sports Arena, but the unfortunate thing for the Clippers was that they didn't have much else to throw at the Phoenix Suns. White, becoming a veritable scoring machine these days, kept the Clippers close throughout the game with a career-high 32 points in an exhausting 42 minutes but had little left in the final moments, when the Suns pulled out a 118-108 victory before a small but entertained crowd of 6,058.
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January 30, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Unheralded Rory White went on another scoring rampage Wednesday night at the Sports Arena, but the unfortunate things for the Clippers was that they didn't have much else to throw at the Phoenix Suns. White, becoming a veritable scoring machine these days, kept the Clippers close throughout with a career-high 32 points in an exhausting 42 minutes, but he had little left in the final minutes when the Suns pulled out a 118-108 victory before a tiny but interested crowd of 6,058.
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July 25, 1988 | BROCK MULLINS, Times Staff Writer
His back yard is practically in the National Basketball Assn.'s back yard. Rory White's new home in Inglewood is just a couple of blocks and a fast break away from the Forum, home of the NBA champion Lakers. But to White, the NBA might just as well be 5,000 miles away. Last season, it was. White was the second-leading scorer in Spain, averaging 29 points per game playing in Madrid for the club Bancobao.
SPORTS
July 19, 1986
The UCLA-Crenshaw High Alumni basketball team will meet the Run, Shoot and Dunk All-Stars tonight at Cal State Los Angeles, starting at 7:30. Among those playing will be Marques Johnson, Reggie Theus, Stewart Gray, Michael Cooper, Brad Holland, Rory White and Kenny Fields.
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January 30, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Unheralded Rory White went on another scoring rampage Wednesday night at the Sports Arena, but the unfortunate things for the Clippers was that they didn't have much else to throw at the Phoenix Suns. White, becoming a veritable scoring machine these days, kept the Clippers close throughout with a career-high 32 points in an exhausting 42 minutes, but he had little left in the final minutes when the Suns pulled out a 118-108 victory before a tiny but interested crowd of 6,058.
SPORTS
January 30, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Unheralded Rory White went on another scoring rampage Wednesday night at the Sports Arena, but the unfortunate thing for the Clippers was that they didn't have much else to throw at the Phoenix Suns. White, becoming a veritable scoring machine these days, kept the Clippers close throughout the game with a career-high 32 points in an exhausting 42 minutes but had little left in the final moments, when the Suns pulled out a 118-108 victory before a small but entertained crowd of 6,058.
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January 28, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
What makes forward Rory White, the least-paid and probably the least-known member of the Clippers, such an important role player is that he knows his limitations and hardly ever tries to go beyond them. But with his teammates either hobbled by injuries or sleepwalking through Monday night's game against the New Jersey Nets before 5,847 at the Sports Arena, White took it upon himself to carry the Clippers to a 103-98 win, the club's fifth in the last six games.
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October 11, 1985 | Associated Press
The Clippers, led by the shooting of guard Derek Smith and some strong defensive work, defeated the Sacramento Kings, 114-109, Thursday night in a National Basketball Assn. exhibition game. The Kings, joined for the first time by first-round draft pick Joe Kleine, battled to a 91-91 tie midway through the fourth quarter. But the Clippers edged ahead when Rory White sank two free throws. Smith then hit on four straight shots to wrap it up. He finished with 18 points.
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