October 21, 1992 |
Sherman Douglas of the Boston Celtics and Larry Krystkowiak of the Utah Jazz were fined $1,500 each by the NBA for their roles in a fight during an exhibition at Salt Lake City.
January 1, 1992
The Miami Heat activated newly signed point guard Sherman Douglas, who flew to Seattle to join the team for its game against the SuperSonics. Douglas, who missed training camp and the first two months of the season in a contract dispute, passed a physical examination after two days of tests. The third-year pro was 12 pounds over his Heat-mandated playing weight of 183, and his body fat was about 15% higher than last season.
November 27, 1995 |
The Milwaukee Bucks, looking to jump-start their offense, traded guard Todd Day and center Alton Lister to the Boston Celtics on Sunday for point guard Sherman Douglas. Douglas was caught in a backcourt logjam in Boston. Since last season, the Celtics acquired free agent Dana Barros to go along with guards David Wesley, Greg Minor and Dee Brown.
March 19, 1999 |
The Clippers thought they had found a starting point guard when they signed free agent James Robinson to a five-year, $10.5-million contract in the summer of 1997. But Robinson, who came to the Clippers after one season with Minnesota and three seasons with Portland, was waived Thursday to make room for Sherman Douglas. Douglas, on the injured list because of a sprained left groin, was activated and is expected to play tonight. Robinson, 28, averaged 7.6 points in 14 games this season, 7.
December 27, 1991 |
Two days before the deadline for matching the Lakers' offer, Billy Cunningham, co-owner of the Miami Heat, said the team was leaning toward keeping guard Sherman Douglas. "If it was done at this moment, we'd re-sign Sherman," Cunningham told the Miami Herald on Thursday. "We're focusing on one area, and we'll see how it goes. It's still not over, but Sherman Douglas is a good basketball player. I don't think anyone would question that. And we're not here to help the Lakers improve."
January 11, 1992 |
The Boston Celtics traded guard Brian Shaw to the Miami Heat Friday night for guard Sherman Douglas. The trade was announced shortly after the Celtics lost to the Minnesota Timberwolves, 104-94. Shaw did not play in the game. Celtic executive Dave Gavitt said he expected the two players would join their new teams tonight. Douglas, a second-round pick in the 1989 draft out of Syracuse, was a holdout at the beginning of the season and played his first game for the Heat on Jan.