Extractions: Men's Basketball Holds Annual Awards Banquet Team's Achievements Honored From Past Season April 25, 2005 Raleigh, N.C. - The NC State men's basketball team held its annual banquet Sunday evening at the RBC Center. Julius Hodge Jordan Collins and Ilian Evtimov were honored three times apiece. Among the 2004-05 team's achievements were: a fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, a Sweet 16 appearance, leading the ACC in three-point field goal percentage (conference games, 40.5%), and finishing the season ranked in the final Coaches Poll. Julius Hodge won both rebounding awards. Hodge won the Lorenzo Charles Award for most offensive rebounds, and also the Ronnie Shavlik Award for best rebounder. Hodge led NC State with 6.6 rebounds per game, and 85 offensive rebounds for the season. Hodge was also named the team's Most Versatile Player.
Extractions: Dateline: 03/20/97 The movie Fargo is about a large number of stupid people running amok in Minnesota until order is restored by a pleasantly bland and respectable character. This could also be the story of the Minnesota Timberwolves. If you didn't know, the T'Wolves are the oldest franchise never to have made the playoffs. The team floundered through six years of bad draft picks Felton Spencer, Luc Longley and strongly conflicting personalities Christian Laettner, Isiah Rider, Coach Bill Musselman before hiring native son Kevin McHale as their general manager in '95. They had been a pitiful cast, struggling to win one of every three games, but now stand perched atop that proud group of Western Conference teams poised to enter the playoffs with losing records. They accomplished this remarkable mediocrity through improving their defense. McHale's acquisition of Kevin Garnett was a gamble offensively, but pretty safe defensively. Garnett brings intimidation to the middle of the defense even if his offense doesn't develop any more than it has. In addition, Tom Gugliotta, fellow All-Star, is a good defensive player with quick hands and rebounding tenacity. Numerically, the T'Wolves are winning now not because Garnett and Gugliotta can score, but because the team defense has improved close to seven points (per 100 possessions) since 1995. The offense has improved less than a third of that. It's boring, but defense is what has turned Minnesota into contenders.
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Extractions: Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Celtics February 25, 2005 DENVER In a trading deadline shocker, the Celtics reacquired forward Antoine Walker from the Atlanta Hawks yesterday in exchange for Gary Payton, Tom Gugliotta, Michael Stewart, and a first-round draft pick in 2005 or 2006. The deal reunites Walker with Paul Pierce and executive director of basketball operations Danny Ainge, who sent the veteran All-Star to Dallas Oct. 20, 2003, in a move indicative of Boston's new direction. Much to the delight of Walker, that new direction has now taken a familiar turn. ADVERTISEMENT "I wasn't excited about being moved, to be honest with you, but I couldn't ask for a better situation," Walker said from Portland, Ore., where the Hawks will play the Trail Blazers tonight. "I have an opportunity to play with another All-Star and a chance to join a team that's in the thick of the playoff hunt, and I love to play in the postseason. So, I have to thank [Atlanta general manager] Billy Knight for moving me back to a place that I know so well." Don't expect Payton to remain in Atlanta. The Hawks are likely to waive him or buy out his contract, and he could even end up back with the Celtics.
Extractions: Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Celtics CELTICS NOTEBOOK November 30, 2004 ORLANDO, Fla. Just two games into his return from a fractured right thumb, Delonte West suffered a broken right hand that will keep the rookie point guard out indefinitely. West broke his hand on an innocuous-looking fall early in the second quarter against Miami Sunday night. He iced the hand at halftime and came back to play in the second half. Postgame X-rays revealed the fracture. ADVERTISEMENT "My hand was numb for most of the rest of the game, so I knew something was wrong," said West. "I want to be out there. I want to contribute. "I'm depressed and all that. But I can't be with my head down. We've still got games to win. I'm hoping for a quick recovery." The Celtics will know more about the length of the recovery after West sees a hand specialist today. Coach Doc Rivers said he planned to activate Michael Stewart but was holding off until today's reevaluation. "Not to play on words, but it's a terrible break," said Rivers. "Our second unit was starting to really play well and this kid was playing his butt off.
Extractions: Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with Furl.net. It's free! Save it. HAS ANY OTHER NBA FRANCHISE besides the Los Angeles Clippers been through more struggles over the last 15 years than the Washington Wizards? No. And the reasons aren't hard to find. There's only been one Wizards playoff appearance in that span. Washington has traded away All-Stars Chris Webber, Rasheed Wallace, and Tom Gugliotta. And Washington's list of first-round flops is a long one (remember the impact of guard LaBradford Smith and forward Tom Hammonds?).
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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/Fourth in Pacific Division * 2003-04 Projection: 47-35 * Coach: Frank Johnson WHERE THEY LEFT OFF: After the disastrous first year of the post-Jason Kidd era, the Suns had line reason to feel optimistic about those that would follow. But in 2002-03, Stephon Marbury and Shawn Marion had career years, Amare Stoudemire leapt to the top of the rookie class, and the Suns weathered injuries and growing pains to make the playoffs and throw a first-round scare into the eventual NBA champ San Antonio Spurs. NEW FACES: Coach Frank Johnson won't be passing out "Hello, My Name is ..." stickers in training camp this season. The Suns' roster is virtually unchanged from a year ago. Phoenix did come away from the draft with two intriguing first-round picks, however.
Extractions: 2001-02 player lists (for the current 2001-02 season) Fantasy Basketball Rules/Draft Packet Scoresheet's Fantasy Basketball Introductury Brochure Basketball Links Basketball Message Board ... Scoresheet Home The first column on the player lists is that player's Scoresheet player number. The second number is the total Scoresheet points they scored last season, the third number is their points per 40 minutes played, next is their shooting points per 40 minutes, then rebounding per 40, play-making points per 40 minutes, then defensive points per 40, then age as of opening day. GUARDS FORWARDS CENTERS Additions (Players listed here are also eligible to be drafted, but may be injured, or seemed unlikely to play this year in the NBA - mostly because they were unsigned as of September, or are talking of retiring of playing in Europe.)
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