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April 2, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Chicago Bulls suspended Stacey King without pay for tonight's game against Orlando because he missed practice Monday.
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March 12, 1997 | Associated Press
The Boston Celtics signed veteran forward-center Stacey King to a 10-day contract. King is replacing guard-forward Greg Minor, who is recovering from surgery on his right foot on March 4. The 6-foot-11 King was the Continental Basketball Association's second leading rebounder, averaging 9.6 per game. A veteran of 427 NBA regular season games, King played most recently for the Miami Heat. He was the Chicago Bulls' first-round draft pick in 1989.
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June 16, 1992 | MICHAEL WILBON, WASHINGTON POST
Who you gonna' call when you're down 15 in the fourth quarter and the Portland Trail Blazers are playing like you always feared they might? Stacey King, Bobby Hansen, Scott Williams and B.J. Armstrong! Stacey King? "It was a pretty motley crew, wasn't it?" Williams said. Yes. In Chicago Bulls Coach Phil Jackson's best scenario, he'd get three minutes out of these mutts and they'd cut a couple of points off the lead or keep it even.
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May 5, 1990 | From Associated Press
Horace Grant of the Chicago Bulls and Alvin Robertson of the Milwaukee Bucks have been fined $5,000 each for throwing punches during a playoff game, the NBA said Friday. Ten other players involved in Thursday night's altercation in Milwaukee were fined a total of $9,000. The Bucks' Greg Anderson was fined $3,500 for starting the incident by throwing an elbow at the Bulls' Ed Nealy, and Chicago's Michael Jordan was fined $1,500 for pushing Anderson.
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March 12, 1997 | Associated Press
The Boston Celtics signed veteran forward-center Stacey King to a 10-day contract. King is replacing guard-forward Greg Minor, who is recovering from surgery on his right foot on March 4. The 6-foot-11 King was the Continental Basketball Association's second leading rebounder, averaging 9.6 per game. A veteran of 427 NBA regular season games, King played most recently for the Miami Heat. He was the Chicago Bulls' first-round draft pick in 1989.
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June 16, 1992 | MICHAEL WILBON, WASHINGTON POST
Who you gonna' call when you're down 15 in the fourth quarter and the Portland Trail Blazers are playing like you always feared they might? Stacey King, Bobby Hansen, Scott Williams and B.J. Armstrong! Stacey King? "It was a pretty motley crew, wasn't it?" Williams said. Yes. In Chicago Bulls Coach Phil Jackson's best scenario, he'd get three minutes out of these mutts and they'd cut a couple of points off the lead or keep it even.
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June 28, 1989 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Because they broke convention by keeping the first overall selection in the National Basketball Assn. draft cloaked in secrecy until the last possible moment, the Sacramento Kings figured to unveil a surprise choice Tuesday night at New York's Felt Forum. And they did not disappoint. The Kings, ending speculation that began immediately after they received the first pick in May's draft lottery, made Louisville forward Pervis Ellison the first overall pick over the likes of Sean Elliott, Glen Rice, Stacey King and Danny Ferry.
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March 12, 1989 | ALAN GOLDSTEIN, The Baltimore Sun
For Kiki Vandeweghe, the chance to play for the New York Knicks, after spending his first nine pro basketball seasons in Denver and Portland, was an opportunity to carry on a rich family tradition. His father, Dr. Ernie Vandeweghe, was a popular guard for the Knicks in the early '50s, known for his relentless hustle and unselfish play.
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April 2, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Chicago Bulls suspended Stacey King without pay for tonight's game against Orlando because he missed practice Monday.
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May 5, 1990 | From Associated Press
Horace Grant of the Chicago Bulls and Alvin Robertson of the Milwaukee Bucks have been fined $5,000 each for throwing punches during a playoff game, the NBA said Friday. Ten other players involved in Thursday night's altercation in Milwaukee were fined a total of $9,000. The Bucks' Greg Anderson was fined $3,500 for starting the incident by throwing an elbow at the Bulls' Ed Nealy, and Chicago's Michael Jordan was fined $1,500 for pushing Anderson.
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June 28, 1989 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
Because they broke convention by keeping the first overall selection in the National Basketball Assn. draft cloaked in secrecy until the last possible moment, the Sacramento Kings figured to unveil a surprise choice Tuesday night at New York's Felt Forum. And they did not disappoint. The Kings, ending speculation that began immediately after they received the first pick in May's draft lottery, made Louisville forward Pervis Ellison the first overall pick over the likes of Sean Elliott, Glen Rice, Stacey King and Danny Ferry.
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March 12, 1989 | ALAN GOLDSTEIN, The Baltimore Sun
For Kiki Vandeweghe, the chance to play for the New York Knicks, after spending his first nine pro basketball seasons in Denver and Portland, was an opportunity to carry on a rich family tradition. His father, Dr. Ernie Vandeweghe, was a popular guard for the Knicks in the early '50s, known for his relentless hustle and unselfish play.
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February 27, 1989 | KEN DENLINGER, Washington Post
There are certain sights and sounds that heighten tension before major sporting events. Then Stacey King comes along, strutting among the crowd and signing autographs less than an hour before a tipoff for No. 1 to remind everyone that no more than a game is about to take place. "It makes you feel like you're not a snob," said the central figure for Oklahoma, which was top-rated before being upset by Missouri, 97-84, Saturday. "Or you're not too good to come down off cloud nine.
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March 20, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Oklahoma couldn't match Auburn's rebounding power, so Stacey King found a way around it. He seldom missed. King scored 37 points, and the fourth-ranked Sooners overwhelmed the Tigers, 107-87, Saturday in the second round of the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. tournament's Southeast Regional. Oklahoma (32-3) will play Louisville Thursday in the regional semifinals at Birmingham, Ala.
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April 4, 1988 | ROBYN NORWOOD, Times Staff Writer
It was time to talk about the enormity of the event, about the thrill of playing for the national college basketball championship and the specialness of it all. Which is why Harvey Grant leaned over his microphone Sunday to speak to his waiting audience, the cameras rolling and pens poised. "It's no big thrill," Grant deadpanned. There may be a time for seriousness on this Oklahoma team, but it has yet to be seen other than in the ruthlessness the Sooners show on the court.
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April 4, 1988 | ROBYN NORWOOD, Times Staff Writer
It was time to talk about the enormity of the event, about the thrill of playing for the national college basketball championship and the specialness of it all. Which is why Harvey Grant leaned over his microphone Sunday to speak to his waiting audience, the cameras rolling and pens poised. "It's no big thrill," Grant deadpanned. There may be a time for seriousness on this Oklahoma team, but it has yet to be seen other than in the ruthlessness the Sooners show on the court.
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