December 7, 1989 |
David Robinson scored 22 of his 28 points in the second half Wednesday night, including two free throws that broke a tie in the final minute at San Antonio, as the Spurs beat the Golden State Warriors, 121-119. Robinson's free throws with 41 seconds left broke a 114-114 tie. Willie Anderson's 10-foot jumper with 15 seconds left made it 118-114, and Terry Cummings' pair of free throws with 10 seconds remaining made it 120-114.
February 26, 1986 |
The hot Milwaukee Bucks, playing without a flu-stricken Sidney Moncrief, used the team concept and rolled past the Clippers, 114-99, Tuesday night for their ninth consecutive National Basketball Assn. victory. Eight Bucks scored in double figures, including forward Terry Cummings with 16 points and Paul Pressey with 10 points and a career-high 16 assists. "The whole concept is team, team play," Cummings said. "No matter how things are going, we always get back to it."
January 17, 1986 |
Terry Cummings scored 35 points, and the Milwaukee Bucks fought off a fourth-quarter rally by the Washington Bullets to score a 114-98 win Thursday night at Milwaukee. The Bullets, who trailed by as many as 23 points in the third quarter, pulled within 98-92 on a three-point shot by Leon Wood with 4:09 left. The Bullets closed to 103-96 on a three-point shot by Gus Williams with 2:13 to play, but got no closer.
February 15, 1999 |
Steve Kerr got his championship ring before the game and then found his three-point touch Sunday in his return to the United Center to help the San Antonio Spurs beat the Chicago Bulls, 89-76, at Chicago. The Spurs held a one-point lead in the fourth quarter when Kerr made consecutive three-point shots to give San Antonio a 68-61 lead. Kerr was three for three on three-point shots and finished with 11 points.
April 1, 1990 |
Akeem Olajuwon scored 24 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, becoming the second player in NBA history with 1,000 or more rebounds and 300 or more blocked shots in one season, as the Houston Rockets defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves, 106-98, Saturday night at Houston. Olajuwon had five blocks, giving him 332 this season, and increased his rebounding total to 1,001.
February 22, 1998 |
All-Star center David Robinson of the San Antonio Spurs continues to be bothered by an inflamed right knee and will be out another week. Robinson already has missed San Antonio's last two games. He is scheduled to be evaluated again on Wednesday. Robinson had to leave last Saturday's game against Phoenix in the first half due to soreness in the knee and missed the entire second half as the Spurs fell to the Suns, 94-81.
November 11, 1999 |
The UCLA basketball team is facing the possibility of being without swingman Ray Young, a potential starter, for several weeks because of the injured right thumb that kept him out of Wednesday night's 90-66 victory over a Lithuanian club team in the exhibition opener before 5,099 at Pauley Pavilion. Young is hopeful that he will be sidelined only another few days because of what is now being called a sprain, but that absence could grow to five to eight weeks if surgery is necessary.
April 20, 1997 |
The Clippers got a scare in Saturday's game at Seattle when guard Brent Barry fell to the court near the Clipper bench without being touched and came up holding his right knee with 2:45 remaining in the first quarter. But Barry, who sat out the first 14 games of the season because of a thumb injury, wasn't injured and had five points and two rebounds in 17 minutes. * Talk about versatile: A videotape of SuperSonic forward Terry Cummings singing the national anthem was shown before the game.
May 10, 1986 |
Bobby Jones doesn't play like a guy who is about to retire. The 6-9 forward, one of the NBA's top defensive players, joined Charles Barkley, Maurice Cheeks and Julius Erving Friday night in keeping the Philadelphia 76ers alive in the NBA playoffs. Jones and Barkley each scored 23 points, and Cheeks reached double figures in points, rebounds and assists as the 76ers routed the Milwaukee Bucks, 126-108, to force a seventh and deciding game in their Eastern Conference semifinal series.
December 23, 2000 |
T.J. Cummings isn't so concerned about North Carolina's height. He's the son of former NBA player Terry Cummings, after all, and grew up hanging out with some of the tallest guys around. But one player did leave the younger Cummings slack-jawed: Dwayne Schintzius, the 7-foot-2 journeyman center. "He wasn't just tall, he was big," said the younger Cummings, who stands 6-8. "I was just a little bugger, a little ankle-biter. He was just one of the biggest people I'd ever seen in my life."