Pro Exposure Online- Transaction Wire NATIONAL basketball ASSOCIATION The New Jersey Nets named Pat Sullivan CROATIA Cibona signed scoonie penn. FRANCE Nancy signed Marques Green of http://www.proexposure.com/transwire.cfm
Extractions: September 15, 2004 CONTINENTAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION The Rockford Lightning re-signed Cordell Henry of Marquette. ARGENTINA River Plate signed Kevin Lyde of Temple. ISRAEL Hapoel Jerusalem fired General Manager Moti Daniel. ITALY Livorno signed Alessandro Abbio. COLLEGE Rhode Island College named Bob Walsh men's basketball coach. Troy named William Small men's assistant basketball coach. Yale named Matt Kingsley men's volunteer assistant basketball coach. September 14, 2004 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION The Cleveland Cavaliers names Michael Malone and Melvin Hunt assistant coaches. The Denver Nuggets re-signed G DerMarr Johnson and named Mark Warkentien director of player personnel. AMERICAN BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION The Gallup Talons signed G Will Funn. ADRIATIC Hemofarm announced they will be without guard Bojan Bokic due to a knee injury. ARGENTINA River Plate signed Maurice Spillers of Utah State JAPAN The Fukoura Red Falcons have signed Peter Cornell of Loyola Marymount and Cedric Peoples of Florida Atlantic Osaka Evessa signed David Palmer of Southern Utah and Lynn Washington.
The Lantern Online Familiar basketball faces in Worthington summer league, , The Lantern, as well as Buckeye legend scoonie penn, who piloted the 1999 Final Four team. http://www.thelantern.com/news/2005/07/07/Sports/Familiar.Basketball.Faces.In.Wo
Extractions: In an early game in the Wolves division, 5-time League champions Andrew's Insurance Agency defeated New Covenant Believers' Church 74-71. OSU senior forward Matt Sylvester led Andrew's with 20 points, former Dayton Flyer Ryan Perryman scored 19, and former OSU point guard Brandon-Fuss Cheatham had 10. Also playing for Andrew's was OSU sophomore forward Matt Terwilliger, who had 2 points.
The Lantern Online At Bowdoin College, Boyages was an AllNew England basketball honoree. The experience was a lot of fun with Michael (Redd) and scoonie (penn) on the http://www.thelantern.com/news/2003/12/08/Sports/Boyages.Makes.A.Return.To.Bucke
Extractions: Boyages was born in Wakefield, Mass. and graduated from Bowdoin College in 1985. At Bowdoin College, Boyages was an All-New England basketball honoree. Boyages described himself as "a little pest who was quick but small." He always had a passion for basketball and that's why he continued a career in the field.
Extractions: Maryland Sets School Record With 28th Win Written by Jim Johnson Posted 3/14/99 So far, so good! That's about as euphoric as it got for the Maryland Terrapins after victories over Valparaiso and Creighton earned them a spot in the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen. While some of many lower seeded schools had wildly jubulant celebrations after their first and second round victories, Maryland merely shook hands and trotted off the court in search of bigger game. The 82-60 triumph over last year's Cinderella team, the Valparaiso Crusaders and the 75-63 defeat of the Creighton Blue Jays were expected but should not be taken for granted. In a tournament where the unexpected has become commonplace, a higher seed such as Maryland should take great satisfaction in moving through the first two rounds unscathed. Five teams seeded fifth or higher were victims of schools seeded twelfth or lower in the first round. Additionally, all seventh seeds lost to tenth seeds and all eighth seeds lost to nine seeds in the opening round. In the second round, two second seeds and two third seeds were knocked off. The South Region, where Maryland is competing, is the only bracket where the top four seeded teams avoided upsets and all advanced to the round of 16. Before looking ahead, let's look at how the Terps advanced. Valpo was feared because of their surprising success in last year's tournament, but this Crusader squad did not bear close resemblance to that group. The hero of their 1998 miracle, the coach's son Bryce Drew, has moved on to the NBA and this year's starting lineup included three freshmen. Nonetheless, a disciplined, well-coached team can prove troublesome for a high-octane team such as Maryland if they are not hitting on all cylinders. Through most of the first half, Valpo managed to stay with the Terps. They may have even built a lead if not for the efforts of Terence Morris and Steve Francis. A 9-0 run near the end of the second half enabled Maryland to take control of the game and go in with a 46-36 edge.
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Extractions: Click on the Name for career statistics and accomplishments. Pick Team Name NJN Kenyon Martin , University of Cincinnati VAN Stromile Swift , Louisiana State LAC Darius Miles , East Saint Louis High School (IL) CHI Marcus Fizer , Iowa State ORL Mike Miller , University of Florida ATL DerMarr Johnson , University of Cincinnati CLE Chris Mihm , Texas CHI Jamal Crawford , Michigan MIL Joel Przybilla , Minnesota LAC Keyon Dooling , Missouri BOS Jerome Moiso , UCLA DAL Etan Thomas , Syracuse DAL Courtney Alexander , California State University, Fresno DET Mateen Cleaves , Michigan State HOU Jason Collier , Georgia Tech SAC Hedo Turkoglu , Turkey SEA Desmond Mason , Oklahoma State LAC Quentin Richardson , DePaul University CHH Jamaal Magloire , Kentucky PHI Speedy Claxton , Hofstra TOR Morris Peterson , Michigan State DAL Donnell Harvey , University of Florida UTA DeShawn Stevenson , Washington Union High School (CA) CHI Dalibor Bagaric , Croatia PHO Jake Tsakalidis , Greece DEN Mamadou N'Diaye , Auburn University IND Primoz Brezec , Slovenia POR Erick Barkley , Saint John's (NY) LAL Mark Madsen , Stanford Pick Team Name LAC Marko Jaric , Italy HOU Dan Langhi , Vanderbilt CHI A.J. Guyton
Vision Circle: USA Basketball Open the team up to International players like scoonie penn, The suggestionof having tryouts to build the next USA basketball team raises some very http://www.visioncircle.org/archive/002539.html
Extractions: Main I've moved. For the last week I've been in the process of moving from Saint Louis to Baltimore. I caught the last two minutes of US-Argentina somewhere in West Virginia on a K-Mart television screen obscured by a blue light. I've been reading a LITTLE bit of commentary on the squad. As a lifetime baller with middling skills, I've got one question particularly for the conservative commentators. Has anyone suggested COMPETING for slots the next time around? Open the team up to International players like Scoonie Penn, or even folks like Jarvis Walker. Open it up to high schoolers, to college players, and to pros. Make cuts. Hell, make it a reality show. Then put them on the road against competition a year ahead of time at least.
Collegehoopsnet - College Basketball NewsFlash The 20042005 college basketball season got underway this week. the underappreciatedbackcourt of scoonie penn and Michael Redd to the 1999 Final Four. http://www.collegehoopsnet.com/specials/news/111704.htm
Extractions: HOMEPAGE ABOUT CHN MESSAGE BOARD FAN SHOP ... Fan Shop COLLEGE BASKETBALL NCAA Tournament Champions Week National Ranking Message Board ... Awards / Specials SPECIALS NBA Draft Recruiting Join CLUB CHN SHOPPING Basketball Videos Tickets Fan Shop INFORMATION About CHN Write for CHN Media Kit Site Map ... More College Basketball News College Basketball NewsFlash By Adam Stanco BasketballWriter@cs.com November 17th College Basketball NewsFlash Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, CHN will be brining you the latest news and commentary from the world of college basketball. Each NewsFlash will feature three important news stories, and sharp commentary on the relevancy of the story. Story: Tipping Off The 2004-2005 college basketball season got underway this week. Although no marquis match-ups have begun, some of the countrys elite programs have already started play. Wake Forest, the CHN preseason #1 pick, joined Providence and Arizona on ESPN this week. Rick Majerus, taking a year off from coaching at Utah, is a new voice calling games for the worldwide leader. My Take: No one is happier than I am over seeing Majerus back around college hoops, albeit in a broadcasting booth. Majerus is one of the best college coaches of our generation and equal parts charm, basketball expert, and crumb magnet. The coachs first experience as a color man had a few awkward bumps, but his insight was refreshing. He was gushing like a Britney fan over the talent of Chris Paul, Wakes lead guard and a preseason CHN All-American. Interestingly, Majerus explained why Paul stands out in a way few others could. His eloquent, yet erratic broadcast made the game more interesting and his herky-jerky style will only get better as the season progresses.
College Basketball: Mike Berman College basketball Mike Berman Mike Berman , USATODAY.com Wednesday, Mike Berman They re not expected to do much (after losing scoonie penn and http://www.usatoday.com/community/chat/1025mberman.htm
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NCAA Basketball Tourney History - CBS SportsLine.com Ken Johnson 38 0-0 6, Michael Redd 7-18 1-2 15, James scoonie penn 3-133-5 11, Boban Savovic 2-4 2-2 7, Fantasy basketball at CBS SportsLine.com http://cbs.sportsline.com/collegebasketball/mayhem/history/yearbyyear/1999
Extractions: PARTNER LINKS NFL.com PGATOUR.com NCAAsports.com Register ... Help Web SportsLine Home NFL NBA MLB ... Players Tourney History - Select a Year - Location: St. Petersburg, Fla. CONNECTICUT (77) PLAYER MIN. FG-A FT-A REB. A. PF. PTS. Kevin Freeman Richard Hamilton Jake Voskuhl Ricky Moore Khalid El-Amin Rashamel Jones Antric Klaiber Albert Mouring Souleymane Wane Edmund Saunders TOTALS DUKE (74) Player MIN. FG-A FT-A REB. A. PF. PTS. Chris Carrawell Shane Battier Elton Brand William Avery Trajan Langdon James Nate Chris Burgess Corey Maggette TOTALS Connecticut 64, Ohio State 58 Connecticut (64): Richard Hamilton 10-17 3-5 24, Kevin Freeman 2-4 1-1 5, Jake Voskuhl 1-2 0-0 2, Ricky Moore 1-7 4-4 6, Khalid El-Amin 8-15 2-2 18, Souleymane Wane 0-2 2-2 0, Rashamel Jones 2-3 0-0 4, Edmund Saunders 2-3 1-3 5, Albert Mouring 0-2 0-0 0. Team 26-55 (.473) 11-15 (.7333) 64. Ohio State (58): Brian Brown 2-8 1-2 5, Jason Singleton 4-8 1-3 9, Ken Johnson 3-8 0-0 6, Michael Redd 7-18 1-2 15, James "Scoonie" Penn 3-13 3-5 11, Boban Savovic 2-4 2-2 7, George Reese 2-4 1-4 5. Team 23-63 (.365) 9-18 (.500) 58. Halftime: Connecticut 36-35.
Extractions: Alpha Index Index by Sport History Bits Forum ... Search Table of Contents College basketball All-America teams weren't named until 1929, when both College Humor Magazine and the Christy Walsh Syndicate began selecting teams. The first truly authoritative selections were made by the Converse Yearbook , beginning in 1932 and continuing through 1948. Other major selectors didn't get involved in naming basketball All-Americans until after World War II: Associated Press in 1948, the National Association of Basketball Coaches and United Press in 1949, and International News Service in 1950. However, the Helms Athletic Foundation (now the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles) chose basketball All-Americans retroactively, beginning in 1920. The Helms panel named ten players for each year, but didn't categorize them as first team or second team. Several of the other major selectors have chosen second- and third-team All-Americans from time to time, though not with any great consistency. The lists below incorporate the Helms All-American teams from 1920 through 1932. From that point on, players selected by other sources are also included.