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August 23, 1995 | MARYANN HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The University of California is investigating allegations that star sophomore basketball forward Tremaine Fowlkes was given a car by a sports agent, The Times has learned. John Kasser, Cal's athletic director, said Tuesday that the school notified the Pacific 10 Conference of the investigation, after learning of the allegations. "There are some rumors out there that there is some involvement with a sports agent, but there are no facts to substantiate that," Kasser said.
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January 12, 2003 | Elliott Teaford
Wednesday vs. Minnesota, 7:30 p.m. -- The Clippers handled Kevin Garnett, and with seldom-used Tremaine Fowlkes hounding him, no less, in the first meeting between the teams Dec. 7. The rematch probably won't be as easy for the struggling Clippers as that 16-point victory was. Saturday vs. Sacramento, 7:30 p.m.
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March 20, 1994 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Big Bus was making its last stop in Oakland on Saturday. It was the end of the line for seniors Kristaan Johnson, Tremaine Fowlkes, Reggie McFerren and Tommie Davis, probably the most publicized passengers ever to ride to Crenshaw High. Their transfers expired after the Cougars (28-2) played Carmichael Jesuit (31-6) in the CIF State Division I basketball finals Saturday at the Oakland Coliseum. It was a rematch of last season's title game, which the Cougars won 73-66.
SPORTS
December 8, 2002 | Elliott Teaford, Times Staff Writer
Twenty games into the season, the Clippers are still a chore to figure out. What comes next is anyone's guess, but it probably won't be dull. After all, who could have predicted what happened Saturday afternoon at Staples Center? Power forward Elton Brand went for a season-best 26 points and had 17 rebounds, five assists and three blocks in 46 minutes against the Minnesota Timberwolves. That part was fairly predictable.
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December 20, 1992
Crenshaw 100, Eisenhower 49--Maurice Robinson had 23 points and Tremaine Fowlkes added 21 to lead Crenshaw to a runaway win in a nonleague game at Eisenhower. "The players were more focused initiating the defense in the second half," Crenshaw Coach Willie West said. Records: Crenshaw 8-1
SPORTS
January 12, 2003 | Elliott Teaford
Wednesday vs. Minnesota, 7:30 p.m. -- The Clippers handled Kevin Garnett, and with seldom-used Tremaine Fowlkes hounding him, no less, in the first meeting between the teams Dec. 7. The rematch probably won't be as easy for the struggling Clippers as that 16-point victory was. Saturday vs. Sacramento, 7:30 p.m.
SPORTS
March 4, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Darius Miles said at the start of the season that he was content to play behind Clipper small forward Lamar Odom. Later, when Odom was injured, he said he was satisfied to play behind Corey Maggette. Now, with Maggette sidelined by injuries, he said he is perfectly comfortable as Tremaine Fowlkes' backup. "It's my role," Miles said with a shrug. Miles and Quentin Richardson have excelled as the first substitutes off Coach Alvin Gentry's bench this season.
SPORTS
February 24, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Tremaine Fowlkes made his first NBA basket on his first shot in his first game Saturday, a third-quarter put-back of a miss by Clipper teammate Quentin Richardson. The Clippers signed Fowlkes, who had been playing for the Columbus (Ga.) Riverdragons of the National Basketball Development League, to a 10-day contract Saturday.
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December 8, 2002 | Elliott Teaford, Times Staff Writer
Juggling minutes for players has always been a difficult task for basketball coaches, especially those with standout reserves aching for a chance to show off their skills. Sometimes it's a blessing to have such a deep rotation. At other times, it's a headache. Just ask Clipper Coach Alvin Gentry, who on Saturday called on Tremaine Fowlkes to play against Kevin Garnett of the Minnesota Timberwolves. It meant someone would be forced to sit while Fowlkes went after Garnett.
SPORTS
February 25, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Coach Alvin Gentry started Darius Miles in Corey Maggette's place at small forward Saturday against the Indiana Pacers. Miles scored four points, making only one of six shots and two of six free throws in 36 minutes. So, Gentry will probably turn to Tremaine Fowlkes tonight against the Memphis Grizzlies, the fourth game on the Clippers' five-game trip. Miles, only 20, simply is more comfortable playing in a reserve role.
SPORTS
December 8, 2002 | Elliott Teaford, Times Staff Writer
Juggling minutes for players has always been a difficult task for basketball coaches, especially those with standout reserves aching for a chance to show off their skills. Sometimes it's a blessing to have such a deep rotation. At other times, it's a headache. Just ask Clipper Coach Alvin Gentry, who on Saturday called on Tremaine Fowlkes to play against Kevin Garnett of the Minnesota Timberwolves. It meant someone would be forced to sit while Fowlkes went after Garnett.
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March 22, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Somebody asked Coach Alvin Gentry if "everybody was in good shape" before the Clippers played the Golden State Warriors on Thursday. "No," Gentry said, drawing out the "o" to emphasize the fact that the Clippers are bruised and battered. Quickly, he added, "But it doesn't matter at this stage. It's a part of the season that everybody is struggling with their health." Eating, sleeping and playing basketball are about all the Clippers are doing at this point.
SPORTS
March 12, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Coach Alvin Gentry had no update to give on injured Clippers Keyon Dooling, Corey Maggette and Lamar Odom. It's not that he's unconcerned about them, but Gentry can't wish them back to health. It's possible Dooling (ankle), Maggette (hand and knee) and Odom (wrist and ankle) will be sidelined for the rest of the regular season. Gentry said he will know more about their status when the team returns to L.A. today.
SPORTS
March 4, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Darius Miles said at the start of the season that he was content to play behind Clipper small forward Lamar Odom. Later, when Odom was injured, he said he was satisfied to play behind Corey Maggette. Now, with Maggette sidelined by injuries, he said he is perfectly comfortable as Tremaine Fowlkes' backup. "It's my role," Miles said with a shrug. Miles and Quentin Richardson have excelled as the first substitutes off Coach Alvin Gentry's bench this season.
SPORTS
February 25, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Coach Alvin Gentry started Darius Miles in Corey Maggette's place at small forward Saturday against the Indiana Pacers. Miles scored four points, making only one of six shots and two of six free throws in 36 minutes. So, Gentry will probably turn to Tremaine Fowlkes tonight against the Memphis Grizzlies, the fourth game on the Clippers' five-game trip. Miles, only 20, simply is more comfortable playing in a reserve role.
SPORTS
February 24, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Tremaine Fowlkes made his first NBA basket on his first shot in his first game Saturday, a third-quarter put-back of a miss by Clipper teammate Quentin Richardson. The Clippers signed Fowlkes, who had been playing for the Columbus (Ga.) Riverdragons of the National Basketball Development League, to a 10-day contract Saturday.
SPORTS
March 12, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Coach Alvin Gentry had no update to give on injured Clippers Keyon Dooling, Corey Maggette and Lamar Odom. It's not that he's unconcerned about them, but Gentry can't wish them back to health. It's possible Dooling (ankle), Maggette (hand and knee) and Odom (wrist and ankle) will be sidelined for the rest of the regular season. Gentry said he will know more about their status when the team returns to L.A. today.
SPORTS
August 26, 1995 | MARYANN HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Officials at the University of California cleared basketball star Tremaine Fowlkes and sports agent James Casey of all wrongdoing Friday, saying that allegations involving an automobile are "absolutely not true." John Kasser, Cal's athletic director, said the school completed its investigation Friday afternoon. "All that we know is that Tremaine never had a car, never had a car registered to him," Kasser said.
SPORTS
May 10, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Tremaine Fowlkes, the 1995 Pacific 10 freshman of the year at California, said Thursday he will transfer to Fresno State so he can play basketball for Coach Jerry Tarkanian. Fowlkes, a 6-foot-7 sophomore forward, will have to sit out next season under NCAA rules and will have two years' eligibility left for the Bulldogs, starting in the 1997-98 season. Fowlkes was suspended for 14 games last season for allegedly accepting money from a former agent.
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