October 14, 1992 |
The Washington Bullets signed Don MacLean to a multiyear contract Tuesday. According to the Baltimore Sun, MacLean agreed to a six-year, $4.86-million deal. The 6-foot-10, 22-year-old forward from UCLA was acquired with William Bedford from the Clippers earlier this month in exchange for forward John Williams. Bedford was cut Monday night.
October 13, 1992 |
The Washington Bullets cut 7-foot-1 center William Bedford Monday after he had missed three of his four scheduled practices because of what he said was a hamstring pull. "We decided that Bedford just didn't fit into our plans," General Manager John Nash said. Bedford's official stay with the Bullets lasted less than three days. Bedford, a former Memphis State standout, was obtained in a trade last week from the Clippers.
October 9, 1992 |
Class is in session again for the Clippers, who are taking higher aim this season after participating in postseason play last spring for the first time since the franchise was in Buffalo. But first, a change in assignments.