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June 4, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Utah Jazz signed Scott Layden, its player personnel director, to a long-term contract, only days after fielding inquiries about him from the Milwaukee Bucks. The NBA club also gave Layden the new title of director of basketball operations, but no other details of the contract were disclosed.
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October 10, 1999 | GREG LOGAN, NEWSDAY
Any day now the Knicks are going to put Latrell Sprewell's picture on a milk carton together with a toll-free 800 number in the hope that anyone with information regarding his whereabouts will contact them.
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August 11, 1999 | TIM KAWAKAMI, From Staff and Wire Reports
Scott Layden, who masterminded Utah Jazz personnel moves for 11 seasons, accepted a job Tuesday with the New York Knicks. The move is a homecoming for Layden, who was born in New York, and transports him from the NBA's smallest market to its largest. "It comes as a really tough decision to move on, but it just feels like the right thing to do," Layden, 41, said in Salt Lake City. "I need to move on and grow up a little bit."
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August 11, 1999 | TIM KAWAKAMI, From Staff and Wire Reports
Scott Layden, who masterminded Utah Jazz personnel moves for 11 seasons, accepted a job Tuesday with the New York Knicks. The move is a homecoming for Layden, who was born in New York, and transports him from the NBA's smallest market to its largest. "It comes as a really tough decision to move on, but it just feels like the right thing to do," Layden, 41, said in Salt Lake City. "I need to move on and grow up a little bit."
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January 11, 1985 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
The Lakers leave this morning on a four-game road trip, but they're not getting away any quicker than Utah Coach Frank Layden, who left the Lakers' 120-112 victory over the Jazz Thursday night while the game was still going on. Layden walked off the floor, up the Forum tunnel and out of the building with 2:23 left in the game, pausing briefly to shake the hands of several surprised Lakers on his way out.
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October 10, 1999 | GREG LOGAN, NEWSDAY
Any day now the Knicks are going to put Latrell Sprewell's picture on a milk carton together with a toll-free 800 number in the hope that anyone with information regarding his whereabouts will contact them.
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November 10, 1989 | Associated Press
The Utah Jazz has signed forward Nate Johnston to a one-year contract to fill the roster spot vacated by Jose Ortiz, who has been placed on the injured list due to mononucleosis. Johnston, a 6-foot-8 forward from Tampa, was to play tonight when the Jazz hosted the San Antonio Spurs, said personnel director Scott Layden. Johnston was drafted by Miami in the third round of the 1988 college draft. Last season, he played for the Quad City Thunder of the Canadian Basketball Assn.
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December 31, 2003 | From Wire Reports
Orlando Magic guard Tracy McGrady was listed as day to day Tuesday after the results of an MRI exam on his strained right hip were negative. McGrady, the NBA's second-leading scorer, left Monday night's loss to the New York Knicks late in the first quarter and did not return. McGrady was scoreless in the game. Reserve forward Clarence Weatherspoon, 33, was traded from the New York Knicks to the Houston Rockets for point guard Moochie Norris, 30, and center John Amaechi, 33. It was the first trade engineered by Isiah Thomas, coming eight days after he took over for fired Knick president Scott Layden.
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July 7, 2005 | From Associated Press
Nate McMillan is leaving the Seattle SuperSonics to coach the Portland Trail Blazers. The Trail Blazers late Wednesday night hired McMillan, who led the SuperSonics to the Northwest Division title last season. He will be introduced today at a news conference, the Trail Blazers said in a statement. McMillan's contract with the SuperSonics expired July 1, and the Trail Blazers aggressively pursued him. The terms of his contract were not immediately available.
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June 4, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Utah Jazz signed Scott Layden, its player personnel director, to a long-term contract, only days after fielding inquiries about him from the Milwaukee Bucks. The NBA club also gave Layden the new title of director of basketball operations, but no other details of the contract were disclosed.
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January 11, 1985 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
The Lakers leave this morning on a four-game road trip, but they're not getting away any quicker than Utah Coach Frank Layden, who left the Lakers' 120-112 victory over the Jazz Thursday night while the game was still going on. Layden walked off the floor, up the Forum tunnel and out of the building with 2:23 left in the game, pausing briefly to shake the hands of several surprised Lakers on his way out.
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February 4, 2000 | Associated Press
Dennis Rodman signed with the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday and immediately made a sacrifice. He's not going to the NFL's Pro Bowl. Instead of partying in Hawaii, Rodman will be getting into shape after nearly a year's absence from the NBA. He'll make his debut at home Wednesday against the Seattle SuperSonics. "As long as he comes to work and gets the job done, I'm thrilled to death," said new owner Mark Cuban, who personally pursued Rodman.
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October 14, 2002 | From Associated Press
In another damaging blow to the New York Knicks, forward Antonio McDyess will be sidelined indefinitely because of a fractured left kneecap. The Knicks announced the news Sunday, a day after McDyess injured the knee with 1:55 left in an exhibition game loss to the Phoenix Suns. The injury was initially diagnosed as a hyperextension, but an MRI exam revealed the fracture. "This is a devastating blow for Antonio, knowing how hard he has worked up to this point," Knick President Scott Layden said.
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