Extractions: var site="TXDER" var section="HOME" Denton, Texas Customize Make This Your Home Page E-mail Newsletters MySpecialsDirect ... Discuss Exclusive: NBA salaries for 2004-05 season 11:26 AM CST on Sunday, November 28, 2004 By DAVID MOORE / The Dallas Morning News Official NBA salaries for the 2004-05 season as obtained by The Dallas Morning News Moore: Mediocre Knicks top 2004-05 payroll rankings DALLAS MAVERICKS Player Salary Michael Finley $14.6 million Dirk Nowitzki $12.58 million Alan Henderson $8.27 million Erick Dampier $7.7 million Jason Terry $7.5 million Jerry Stackhouse $7.4 million Tariq Abdul-Wahad $6.75 million Calvin Booth $5.9 million
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Extractions: home page help site map links ... WNBA Euro Football England France Germany Italy ... Ireland Other Formula 1 Champions League World Cup 2006 Basket Euroleague ... Tennis main injuries playoffs transfers ... preview NBA transfers during the 2004/2005 season IN: Power forward Tom Gugliotta and forward-center Michael Stewart from Boston; Point guard Tyronn Lue from Houston. OUT: Forward Antoine Walker to Boston; Jon Barry to Houston; Guard Kenny Anderson and Chris Crawford waived. IN: Forward Antoine Walker from Atlanta. OUT: Power forward Tom Gugliotta and forward-center Michael Stewart to Atlanta. IN: Power forward Malik Allen from Miami; Guard Kareem Rush from Los Angeles Lakers. OUT: Shooting guard Steve Smith to Miami; Center Jahidi White, forward-center Jamal Sampson and Guard Eddie House waived. IN: Guard-Forward Jiri Welsch from Boston. IN: Center Elden Campbell as a free agent. IN: Point guard Baron Davis from New Orleans; Small forward Rodney White and power forward Nikoloz Tskitishvili from Denver; Forward Zarko Cabarkapa from Phoenix. OUT: Point guard Speedy Claxton to New Orleans; Forward Eduardo Najera and guard Luis Flores to Denver; Forward Clifford Robinson to New Jersey; Center Dale Davis.
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Basketball Digest: Atlantic 4: Boston Celtics Full text of the article, Atlantic 4 Boston Celtics from basketball Digest, 4.8 apg Blocked shots tony battie, 1 21 bpg Steals Paul Pierce, 1.76 spg http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FCJ/is_1_31/ai_109352377
Extractions: Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with Furl.net. It's free! Save it. 2002-03 Record: 44-38/Third in Atlantic Division * 2003-04 Projection: 42-40 * Coach Jim O'Brien WHERE THEY LEFT OFF: After advancing to the Eastern Conference finals two seasons ago, the undermanned Celtics got another chance to knock off the New Jersey Netsbut this time they were swept by the Nets in the second round. Kenyon Martin dominated Antoine Walker and the Celtics had no answer for Jason Kidd or Richard Jefferson. The regular season was a roller-coaster ride of sorts, with Boston finishing in sixth place in the East.
Extractions: American Handgunner American Hunter, The American Rifleman Auto Racing Digest ... View all titles in this topic Hot New Articles by Topic Automotive Sports Top Articles Ever by Topic Automotive Sports Even without Anderson, the 'Cats plan to be wild - University of Kentucky basketball team will survive injury to Derek Anderson - College Basketball Report - Column Sporting News, The Feb 3, 1997 by Mike DeCourcy Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with Furl.net. It's free! Save it. Scott Padgett is talking so casually about his continued belief that Kentucky can win "this thing," it seems almost certain the reference is to the SEC East or the next game on the conference schedule. With the season-ending knee injury to star guard Derek Anderson still a fresh wound in the UK lineup, those goals certainly seem more reasonable. Anderson was the leading scorer in the Southeastern Conference, a likely All-American and a team captain. Without him, Kentucky's top-five ranking has more basis in the past than the present or future.
Extractions: var siteurl = 'http://cache.boston.com/bonzai-fba/File-Based_Image_Resource' var image_names = ['news', 'ae', 'business', 'sports', 'travel', 'yourlife', 'cars', 'jobs', 'personals', 'realestate']; Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Celtics HORNETS 81, CELTICS 73 By Shira Springer, Globe Staff, 11/20/2003 In the final moments of the third quarter, Tony Battie grabbed an offensive rebound. The ball essentially bounced off the rim and into his hands as he stood a few feet left of the basket. In any other game, this would not be newsworthy. But given the way Boston struggled with rebounding last night at the FleetCenter, it was noteworthy at the very least. ADVERTISEMENT The Celtics wrangled only eight offensive boards all night compared with a whopping 24 by the Hornets. Boston was outrebounded, 50-31. After securing the rebound, Battie turned to pass to one of his teammates waiting around the perimeter. Instead, he ended up committing a turnover, practically throwing the ball out to P.J. Brown near the top of the arc. Upon watching this sequence of plays, Celtics coach Jim O'Brien turned and walked back toward his bench, shaking his head with a bemused, half-smile. The rare offensive rebound, the turnover, and the reaction summed up the 81-73 loss. "What did somebody say once?" asked O'Brien at the start of his postgame press conference. " `I'm too old to cry and it hurts too much to laugh.' But clearly, I don't have to tell you that it was the offensive glass and our turning the ball over that was our demise tonight. And clearly the glass is a major league problem for us. We didn't practice much [Tuesday], but we practiced blocking out. It didn't work. So, it's back to the drawing board."
Extractions: Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Celtics By Shira Springer, Globe Staff, 12/16/2003 In the second major trade of his tenure as Celtics director of basketball operations, Danny Ainge sent center Tony Battie, swingman Kedrick Brown, and forward Eric Williams to Cleveland yesterday in exchange for guard Ricky Davis, forward/center Chris Mihm, and center Michael Stewart and a 2004 second-round draft pick. ADVERTISEMENT With the move, Ainge continues to leave his imprint on the Celtics, dealing away core players who helped turn around the franchise following a six-year absence from the postseason. Battie (5.9 points, 5.1 rebounds per game) and Williams (11.6 points, 4.5 rebounds) started for Boston last season before being moved into productive reserve roles this season. After being demoted from the starting five, Brown saw little playing time. The biggest loss for Boston may be the leadership of Williams, who was a favorite of coach Jim O'Brien for the way he played defense. Williams was also considered the heart and soul of the Celtics by many of his teammates, who were visibly shaken and dismayed by his departure. "One thing I don't want to discount is the players that we're giving up," said Ainge, who was roundly booed during the ceremony retiring Cedric Maxwell's number last night at the FleetCenter. "To get something of value you have to give something of value.
Raider Standouts Battie, Carr Nab Big 12 Honors Center tony battie and guard Cory Carr, Texas Tech s two most productive If you re a talented basketball player, people are going to recognize you http://www.lubbockonline.com/news/030497/raider.htm
Extractions: Avalanche-Journal Center Tony Battie and guard Cory Carr, Texas Tech's two most productive basketball players this season, were recognized for their efforts Monday when the first two All-Big 12 Conference teams were announced. Battie was a first-team pick on both the coaches' and Associated Press teams, and Carr was named to the second team on both squads. Battie, a 6-foot-11 junior from Dallas, is the only player in the Big 12 who averaged doubles figures in points and rebounds during the regular season. He finished as the league's fifth-leading scorer at 19 points per game and leading rebounder at 12 rebounds per game. He also shot 57 percent from the floor, third-best in the Big 12, and was fourth in blocked shots with an average of 2.4 per game. ''It is an honor,'' Battie said. ''But I couldn't do it without the help of my teammates and my coaches, especially Will Flemons, and Stan Bonewitz. Stan does a great job picking up what the defense is doing and how it leaves me open. ''I also have to credit Cliff Owens, Ross Carmichael and Da'Mon Roberts for pushing me hard every day in practice. Brock Barnes does a good job player-coaching from the bench. I credit all those guys for any honors I'm chosen for.''
Extractions: Avalanche-Journal Decision day may have arrived for Texas Tech's Cory Carr and there's a chance he might walk back through a door he left open last month when he announced he was making himself eligible for the 1997 National Basketball Association draft. Carr, the Red Raiders' talented junior guard, is scheduled to announce today his decision to either return for his senior season or go through with plans to be included in the upcoming NBA draft. Carr is scheduled to announce his intentions at a news conference at 1:30 p.m. today in the lobby of the Athletic Complex on the south end of Jones Stadium. Last month Carr, along with Tech teammate Tony Battie, announced he would make himself eligible for the NBA draft. But even during that announcement, Carr left the door open to change his mind. He has until Wednesday to do so. And, despite broadcast reports on local television stations Thursday, nobody from the Red Raider program is sure of what Carr has decided - including Tech head coach James Dickey. Reached at home Thursday, Dickey said he has no knowledge of what Carr has decided.
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Extractions: 1998-99 Scoresheet Fantasy Basketball NBA player list Scoresheet Home Scoresheet Fantasy Basketball Basketball Draft Board Basketball Links ... Additions THIS IS THE 1998 PLAYER LIST. All player numbers, points, etc have changed for 1999 - please do NOT use this list for your 1999 draft! This list is only here for archive purposes, and for those of you who like to see who had how many points 2 seasons ago. THE CURRENT 1999 SCORESHEET BASKETBALL PLAYER LIST IS AVAILABLE ON THIS WEB SITE (CALLED NBA1999.HTML) (Players with a dash by their name are unsigned as of 10/7/98 - the team shown for them is the last NBA team they played on.) GUARDS FORWARDS CENTERS Additions 417) 1401.5 17.6 10.8 4.2 0.3 2.3 35 CHI G Jordan, Michael(-)(retired?) 418) 740.0 13.0 6.7 6.0 -0.7 1.0 29 ATL F Laettner, Christian(-)(injured/all/98?)
Extractions: Vaughn is quickly becoming the NBAs version of Tom Arnold nobody seems impressed with his ability, but he somehow always has a job. With Orlando, Vaughn was handed a starting spot, as the team was desperate to save the vastly superior Darrell Armstrong for the playoffs. Unfortunately, Vaughn performed exactly like a player who wasnt competing for a job - Armstrong logged 29 minutes a night, a mere 5 less than the previous year, and the Magic were forced to sign a third point guard midway through the season. This guy has to be running out of chances.
Centerss - 1997 Usenet Draft In terms of basketball skills, Duncan has the total package. tony battie isa midhigh lottery pick, with a wealth of potential if he can fill out his http://www.ibiblio.org/craig/draft/1997_draft/scout/c.html
Extractions: Centers - 1997 Usenet Draft All Stats Provided by JazzyJ Name: Tim Duncan College: Wake Forest Class: Senior Height: Weight: Born: April 25, 1976 Position: Center Other Positions: Power Forward Stats G MIN FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA REB PF AST TO BLK STL PTS 93-94 Wake Forest 33 997 120 220 1 1 82 110 317 82 30 40 124 12 323 94-95 Wake Forest 32 1168 208 352 3 7 118 159 401 78 67 91 135 13 537 95-96 Wake Forest 32 1194 228 411 7 23 149 217 395 74 93 105 120 22 612 96-97 Wake Forest 31 1137 234 385 6 22 171 269 457 69 98 99 102 22 645 TOTALS 128 4496 790 1368 17 53 520 755 1570 303 288 335 481 69 2117 MIN FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG TPG BPG SPG PPG 93-94 Wake Forest 30.2 54.5 100.0 74.5 9.6 0.9 1.2 3.8 0.4 9.8 94-95 Wake Forest 36.5 59.1 42.9 74.2 12.5 2.1 2.8 4.2 0.4 16.8 95-96 Wake Forest 37.3 55.5 30.4 68.7 12.3 2.9 3.3 3.8 0.7 19.1 96-97 Wake Forest 36.7 60.8 27.3 63.6 14.7 3.2 3.2 3.3 0.7 20.8 - TOTALS 35.1 57.7 32.1 68.9 12.3 2.3 2.6 3.8 0.5 16.5 NBA.com Profile
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