Extractions: Click on the Lg for league statistics, leaders, and standings. Glossary Reg Season Playoffs Year Tm Lg W L WPct W L WPct ++-++-++-+-+ 1999 LAL NBA 24 13 .649 3 5 .375 ++-++-++-+-+ 1 Season 24 13 .649 3 5 .375 ++-++-++-+-+ Proud to be a Sports-Reference.com site. Baseball-Reference Basketball-Reference Pro-Football-Reference
Laker Jim's Kurt Rambis Memorabilia kurt rambis basketball CARDS. kurt s cards are vary between the Lakers, Hornets, Kings, and Suns. Unfortunately, for Laker fans, the card industry didn t http://www.kurtrambis.com/memorabilia3.html
Extractions: Keep in mind my descriptions and values are solely based on opinion. As long as it is authentic, an autograph or piece of memorabilia's value is whatever it is worth to you. PAGE 3 KURT RAMBIS STARTING LINEUP? No, you didn't miss something. Kenner and Starting Lineups NEVER produced a Kurt Rambis figure. Unfortunately for the fans, we were never able to crack open a Rambis SLU and honor the real "Superman." Maybe had Starting Lineups made a black rimmed Rambo. they would still be making Basketball figures today. Gary Boyd was kind enough to send in his own home-made Rambis SLU. This awesome attempt brings a tear to my eye...look how good he might have looked. Kenner really blew it when they first came out with the '88 set. It was the perfect opportunity. The Lakers had Magic, Coop, Worthy, and Kareem. The Celtic had 5 SLUs that year so a 5th Laker (Rambis) would have been awesome! Ahhhh...what could have been...
Laker Jim's Kurt Rambis Memorabilia kurt rambis AUTOGRAPHED basketball An authentic ball is worth close to $80 alone. kurt s sig in silver or black on a panel pushes the value close to $100 http://www.kurtrambis.com/memorabilia.html
Extractions: Kurt Rambis, in his career has always been a class act when it comes to signing autographs for fans. In my many years of following the Lakers, I have NEVER seen Kurt turn down a request for a signature. He has always been more than courteous and made sure everyone had an autograph. On many occasions after the mobs cleared, Kurt's often said "Anyone else?" He even took the time to make sure the fan had something behind it,so he could scribble a nice auto. He is always willing to take a photograph as well. However, now that Kurt does not travel with the team as a Player, Assistant, or Head Coach, his autograph is much harder to obtain for people outside Los Angeles. Someone faking a Kurt Rambis autograph is truly a disgrace to the hobby and to fans everywhere. But it has been done. I have seen a few really horrible attempts at ripping off an honest collector. Kurt has always been very generous through the mail as well. (Recently, at the new El Seguendo addy I've had not luck). But before that, More than likely you'd receive a action B/W 8x10 of Kurt, Made out "To , All the best Kurt Rambis." When identifying this type, it's critical to look at the word "best." His "b" is always lower case. The top three Rambis autos are authentic and received by me in person. Version C was a very messy sig that he rushed. Even still, some distinct characteristics remain.
Extractions: _Event Submissions showNetworkBanner(1); var story_id = 372000; Home By Sven Barth Published: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 "My name ain't chump, it's Billy Hoyle." Spoken like a true white baller. In the real world of basketball, Caucasian men are reduced to the sidelines and cubicle betting pools. For every Bill Laimbeer who breaks on through to the other side, there's four Marv "lipstick" Alberts or Bob "ambition" Costas' putting all their weight into "it's in the hole." And while it's wrong for white commissioners to hate on current tatted rappers /players like Allen Iverson for throwing their women outside naked and popping nines, players like Bill "Court Marshall" Paxson and Mark "from the line" Price exuded grace under pressure, both on and off the floor. These guys wore their hair short, their socks long, and never touched a pair of Reebok Pumps. Oh yeah, and they also passed. Damn, I mean "wowzers (sp)," this piece should've started with Hoosiers, because Mr. Aykroyd truly hits his underwear stride in this one. Unlike his classic Ghostbusters, this pile's premise is somewhat believable: two middle-aged, white, depressed Boston Celtics fans (Aykroyd, and why not, Daniel Stern) kidnap an All-star, black NBA player (Damon Wayans) on a competing team in hopes that their beloved squad will capture one final title in Boston Garden.
Extractions: Rank Scoring (Season) Year Points Avg. OTHER STATS Rambis, Kurt Rambis, Kurt 3 Point Goals Rasmussen, Greg Rebounds McWhorter, Scott Assists McGory, Mike Barnes, Mike McGory, Mike McCune, Doug Mathiesen, Michael Falls, Brian Romig, Matt Rambis, Kurt Thorp, Brett McWhorter, Scott Dehart, Don Korte, Rick Shakely, Tom Hornor, Ed Davachi, Aryan Davachi, Aryan Hornor, Steve Puzar, Mike Soto, Eloy Sayre, Kenny Bogen, Joe Thorp, Brett Soto, Chris Seltenreich, Frank Kawamoto, Jim Dickerson, Jimmy Tokugawa, Arlan Cook, Rick Gouveia, Larry Hornor, Steve Tokugawa, Arlan SEASON 3-POINT GOALS Rank PLAYER Year Made Aryan Davachi Drew McGhie Aryan Davachi Drew McGhie Chris Soto Jarred Ralls Eloy Soto Dale Kobata Eloy Soto John Vo Chris Soto Toussaint Tenette Jarred Ralls Chris Oliva SEASON REBOUNDS Rank PLAYER Year RB's Kurt Rambis Mike Barnes Mike Puzar Micheal Mathiesen Mike Puzar Brett Thorp Scott McWhorter Deron Thorp Scott McWhorter Brett Thorp Brain Tredway Ed Givens Johnny Morales SEASON ASSISTS Rank PLAYER Year Assists Pat Murphy Dale Kobata Drew McGhie Pat Murphy Steve Kaye Marcel Baker Wes Morse Aryan Davachi Jerry Mitchell
CHS BOYS BASKETBALL HISTORY basketball began in the fall 1972 when kurt rambis first set foot on the CHS By the time rambis senior season arrived, kurt had already scored over http://www.morse40.com/hoopschs/history/history.html
Extractions: CUPERTINO HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL HISTORY Cupertino High School has the distinction of having one of the most successful basketball programs in the Southbay. Tino has won 10 league titles and 2 CCS Championships in 43 seasons under nine coaches. Tino has produced two professional players and an NBA assistant coach. Others players have gone on to have successful college careers. Cupertino High School opened in 1958 to accommodate the swelling masses of emigrants into the Santa Clara Valley. Cupertino became the third high school in the district, opening its doors to transfer sophomores and incoming freshmen in the fall of 1958. The nickname Pioneers was chosen by those pioneering students. Paul Ferdinandsen stepped into a high school that consisted of only freshmen and sophomores. During the first year of Cupertino's existence, varsity sports were not played. Don Ratzlaff and Rich Gutierrez were the Pioneers first top players, both scoring over 500 career points in three varsity seasons. Doug McCune became CHS's first 15 point per game scorer in 1965. The Pioneers first winning season was in 1963, but the first great Cupertino team took the court in 1967. That group included Mike McGory and Rick Korte, two of the Pioneers greatest players. The '67 team was the first league championship team for Pioneers basketball. McGory averaged 20 points a game in league in leading the Pioneers to their first post-season. They were defeated in the playoffs by perennial favorite Bishop O'Dowd and finished fourth in the Peninsula Basketball Tournament. One truly amazing accomplishment of that season was that six players scored at least 12 or more points in one non-league game against Westmont.
Extractions: Below are the top 50 power forwards from the 1993-94 season. Shawn Kemp beat Charles Barkley and Karl Malone by a sliver to take first. I've also included some stats from the season to give you an idea of how they ended up with their rating. Keep in mind these ratings are on a per-minute basis, so some players may be ranked very highly if they played well in a limited number of minutes:
Extractions: Below are the top 50 power forwards from the 1992-93 season. Karl Malone edged out Charles Barkley for his third top ranking in four years. I've also included some stats from the season to give you an idea of how they ended up with their rating. Keep in mind these ratings are on a per-minute basis, so some players may be ranked very highly if they played well in a limited number of minutes:
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