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Extractions: Kobe (Left) Shaq (Right) Young Asian, NBA fans have opinions of the two mega stars. While traveling through Asia its remarkable to hear the perceptions of NBA fans of what they think the NBA is all about. At a recent pick up game in Phnom Penh, Cambodia one 22 year old Asian NBA fan felt that the reason Shaquille ONeals foul shooting was so bad is because he is so tall and when he shots he is too level to the basket. Since Im not from the Hip-hop generation of logic I disputed his rationale. I did agree that ONeals foul shooting was stinking. I mistakenly pointed out that the Houston Rockets leading three point shooter last season was Matt Bullard who I thought was seven feet tall just one inch smaller than ONeal. My mistake was that this year Bullard is listed as only 6-10.
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Extractions: March 30, 2005 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Former Jacksonville University standout and 1991 NBA slam dunk contest champion Dee Brown was awarded a one-year contract as ESPN's newest NBA studio analyst after winning the third season of ESPN's Dream Job competition, the first to feature former pro athletes. Brown, who played 11 seasons as a guard in the NBA, beat out ex-NBA players Matt Bullard, Darryl Dawkins, J.R. Reid, Dennis Scott and Gerald Wilkins during the six-week competition. Upon learning of his victory on Sunday night, the Jacksonville native and 1986 Bolles School graduate did a cartwheel across the studio floor. "Basketball comes natural to me, so this was tougher," said Brown. "The experience of `been there and done that' is invaluable when analyzing basketball games. People and fans want to hear insight from a person who has been in similar situations." Brown was a two-time Honorable Mention All-American at JU, where he ranks first on the single-season steals list (88) and third on the Dolphin career (201) steals list. His 41 points against Old Dominion in the 1990 Sun Belt Conference tournament still stands as a conference record. Brown, who graduated from JU in 1990, had his No. 4 Dolphin jersey retired in 1993.
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Extractions: Download Free Acrobat Reader Iowa senior forward Greg Brunner has been selected as one of 12 players who will compete for the United States men's basketball team at the 2005 World University Games. The USA squad will depart August 5 for Izmir, Turkey, site of the World University Games. The competition will take place August 11-22. "We're very happy that Greg will represent the state of Iowa and our basketball program at the World University Games," said Hawkeye Coach Steve Alford . "Greg performed at a high level during the trials in a continuation of his solid play this summer. "At the same time, it's unfortunate that Jeff Horner wasn't able to join Greg on the USA squad," added Alford. "He worked extremely hard in his preparation this summer and gave a great effort during the trials. Unfortunately, he didn't shoot the ball as well as he is capable and there are some terrific guards on the USA team. It was a tribute for Greg and Jeff to both be selected for the trials and it will help them both in preparation for their senior season as our captains."
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Extractions: Inside the Box is back as the always fascinating season of NBA Summer League play tipped off Tuesday at the Pepsi Summer Pro League in Orlando and at the Minnesota Summer League. Summer play allows us the first opportunity to see some of the NBA's youngest talent show off their stuff in extended minutes that they don't normally get during the regular season. You can take the following numbers with a grain of salt, but they do show how a player's game will translate on the next level. For instance, No. 1 pick Dwight Howard struggled offensively in his debut, but his game-high 11 boards and 4 blocks have us re-thinking our opinion that he'll be a guy to shy away from the paint in his first few seasons. And check out the bow for fellow High Schooler, now Miami Heat guard
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Extractions: November 1, 1998 - December 22, 1998 Click here to enter the new poll. Michael Jordan - Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls have ruled on the court during the 1990s and have six NBA titles to show for it. Jordan has played an important role in this title run, which is evidenced by his six Finals MVP awards. Kobe Bryant - Kobe Bryant, the son of former NBA player Joe "Jellybean" Bryant, jumped directly from high school to the pros in 1996 and enjoyed an impressive rookie season with the Los Angeles Lakers. He also won the Nestle Crunch Slam Dunk and was the leading scorer in the Schick Rookie Game during the NBA All-Star Weekend. Scotty Pippen - Scotty was selected in 1996 as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. He was also named to the All-NBA First Team in 1994, 1995 and 1996, to the All-NBA Second Team in 1992 and 1997 and to the All-NBA Third Team in 1993. Grant Hill - Hill comes from a sport oriented family, his father was a football star in his younger days. He went to college at Duke and he became famous in his freshmen year when he completed a very bad Bobby Hurley Alley-Hoop. The ball was going in the third row and Hill grabbed it in the hair, when it was still going up and brought it down with the rim.
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Extractions: Calvin Murphy, who took a leave of absence last season as the Rockets' television analyst while facing a criminal trial that ended with his acquittal, will be replaced by former Rockets Clyde Drexler and Matt Bullard on the team's broadcasts next season, the Rockets announced Thursday. Drexler will work with play-by-play announcer Bill Worrell on home games on FSN Houston and KNWS (Channel 51), succeeding Comets coach Van Chancellor. Bullard will work for a second season as Worrell's broadcast partner on road games. After a Hall of Fame playing career with the Rockets that began in 1970, Murphy, 57, was a part of Rockets broadcasts from 1989 through March 2004, when he took a leave of absence to deal with his legal challenges. His contract expires Sept. 30 and will not be renewed, said Tad Brown, the team's senior vice president for sales, marketing and broadcasting. "It's unfortunate that after 35 years that this is the end, but it's all about business," Murphy said. "I had 35 great years with the Rockets, and even the bad years were good.
Extractions: The top player ratings for the University of Colorado, from the 1979-80 season to the 1993-94 season (year listed after player name indicates the season played i.e. '84 represents the '83-'84 season). * - Only conference stats available for 84-85 season Minimum 100 minutes Jacobs Board - 1. Shaun Vandiver '90 .329 Shaun Vandiver '90 31.45 2. Alex Stivrins '85 .323 Shaun Vandiver '91 30.48 3. Shaun Vandiver '91 .313 Donnie Boyce '94 29.59 4. Joe Cooper '81 .285 Alex Stivrins '85 27.86 5. Matt Bullard '87 .272 Jay Humphries '84 27.23 6. Alex Stivrins '84 .263 Jay Humphries '83 27.10 7. Matt Bullard '86 .251 Matt Bullard '87 26.78 8. Shaun Vandiver '89 .233 Kenny Countryman '88 25.82 9. Jacques Tuz '82 .222 Stevie Wise '90 25.65 10. Kenny Countryman '88 .215 Scott Wilke '88 25.34 11. Randy Downs '86 .206 Matt Bullard '86 25.04 12. Scott Wilke '88 .197 Shaun Vandiver '89 24.82 13. Poncho Hodges '93 .196 Joe Cooper '81 24.73 14. Randy Downs '85 .191 Jacques Tuz '82 24.52 15. Jay Humphries '84 .185 Donnie Boyce '93 24.42 16. Jay Humphries '83 .183 Billy Law '91 24.25 17. Mark Dean '92 .173 Alex Stivrins '84 23.53 18. Vince Kelley '83 .169 Randy Downs '85 23.00 19. Ted Allen '93 .158 Randy Downs '86 22.25 20. Billy Law '91 .152 Mike Reid '85 22.22 Jazzy J
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Extractions: Index BASKETBALL FOOTBALL BASEBALL BOXING ... LOCAL The Chicago Bulls signed former Duke University forward Elton Brand, the first overall pick in this year's NBA draft, to a three-year, $9.95 million contract yesterday. Brand entered the draft after leading the Blue Devils to the NCAA title game during his sophomore year, becoming the first player to leave Duke early for the NBA. He averaged 17.7 points and 9.8 rebounds last season, winning consensus player-of-the-year honors. ... A San Antonio television station reported yesterday that one of Sean Elliott's brothers meets the basketball player's need for a kidney transplant. The station, quoting an unidentified source close to Elliott, said further testing is expected and the transplant could be completed this week in San Antonio. ... The Charlotte Hornets signed former UCLA guard Baron Davis, the third-overall pick in last month's National Basketball Association draft, to a three-year contract. Davis, who left UCLA after his sophomore season, will make $7.99 million over the life of the contract, under terms of the NBA's collective bargaining agreement. The Jacksonville Jaguars are facing a rookie holdout for the first time in their five-year history and team officials say if it begins, it could be a long one. Executive vice president
Extractions: University of Iowa News Release July 25, 2003 UI State Fair Booth To Feature Hawkeye Sports Luminaries University of Iowa sports fans will be in "Hawk Heaven" during the 2003 Iowa State Fair, when former Hawkeye athletes, sports personalities and other luminaries make appearances to discuss their careers, sign autographs and mingle with fairgoers. Appearing in the UI booth, which will be located in the Varied Industries Building on the fairgrounds, will be: * Bob Hansen (2 to 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 8), who played Hawkeye basketball on the last Iowa Final Four team as well as with the Utah Jazz and world champion Chicago Bulls. Hansen is currently an analyst for Hawkeye basketball broadcasts. * Amy Herrig (12-3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9), a Hawkeye women's basketball standout and former WNBA player. * Matt Bullard (2-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9), a former Hawkeye basketball player who went on to earn an NBA championship ring while playing for the Houston Rockets in 1994. His career three-point field goal percentage ranks among NBA leaders. * Bob Brooks (2-4 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 10), a longtime broadcaster who for 50 years did play-by-play coverage of Hawkeye football and basketball. Brooks began his career at WSUI and worked at KCRG and KHAK before assuming his current post at KMRY. Brooks was the recipient of the 2002 Chris Schenkel Award, which is presented annually by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, Inc. The award, named for legendary college football announcer Chris Schenkel, is given to a college football broadcaster.