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Extractions: posted by djacobs at 12:11 AM CST on February 10 At least the constant rumors will finally end... Most of the goons in the Boregonian forum think it's a good trade for Portland. I'm sort of disappointed that I won't get to see 'Sheed egg Jerry Sloan on one last time tomorrow night, but I'm looking forward to hopefully seeing Reefer lay the smack down on the Nuggs on Thursday (sorry, I couldn't resist). As for what's next... I'm betting that Dale Davis and Ruben Paterson get traded for an SG before the deadline. Any SG. Hopefully one with an expiring contract. I'm guessing that they'll either let Damon's contract expire next year or trade him to a team looking to clear cap space. No one is going to want him this season. I'm also guessing that if he were offered an extension for a hefty pay cut he'd probably mull it a lot longer than 'Sheed mulled his.
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Extractions: Get yours ... advertisement Get Today's Forecast KU Jammin JayhawkÂ Polo, Denim, Twill, and T-Shirts plus Jayhawk figures. Go to the store ... By Chuck Woodling , Sports Reporter Wednesday, June 6, 2001 If you get on the Web and bring up the site of Mensa International, the society of super brains, you can take a test that will tell you if you might consider applying for membership in the organization. I'm not sure I could answer a tenth correctly, but it made me wonder what a Mensa test with an NBA theme might contain. So with apologies to Mensa, give this 10-question quiz a try. 1. Two NBA players, starting at the same point, walk in opposite directions for four meters, turn left and walk another three meters. Why? a. To avoid the dreaded illegal defense call. b. To go to the benches during one of the countless TV timeouts. c. To get autographs of Jack Nicholson and Dyan Cannon.
Extractions: Isaiah "J.R." Rider (born March 12 in Oakland, California ) is a former NBA basketball player, who played from The 6'5" (1.96 m) Rider attended two junior colleges before finding a home at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas , where he garnered 2nd-Team All-American honors as a senior. Rider was taken by the Minnesota Timberwolves with the 5th pick in the NBA Draft . As a rookie, Rider (who began calling himself "J.R." that season) took the league by storm, tallying three 30-point games in December 1993, winning the All-Star Slam Dunk Contest in February 1994 with a spectacular between-the-legs jam, and finishing the 1993-94 season as a member of the NBA's All-Rookie Team. In his second season, Rider continued to display the scoring flair that earned him praise the year prior, but began showing signs of the troubling off-court behavior that would ultimately de-rail his entire career. Though he was among the NBA's leaders in scoring at 20.4 ppg in 94-95, Rider feuded with Minnesota coach Bill Blair throughout the year, leading to a December suspension. In 1995-96, Rider's play slipped slightly, but he regardless continued his insubordination toward Timberwolves management, prompting Minnesota to deal him to Portland after the season in exchange for practically nothing. On a deep Portland Trail Blazers team, Rider's scoring dipped to new lows, but the team enjoyed a modicum of success. Rider (who inexplicably took to calling himself "Isiah" again upon his arrival in Portland) also toned down his off-court act slightly in his three seasons in the Rose City, though he was not a model citizen, either. Still, the
Sore Rider Says He Will Be Ready On Friday (AP) After strong performances in the first two rounds of the playoffs, IsaiahRider was happy to at last be recognized for his basketball ability http://slam.canoe.ca/NBAPlayoffs99/jun2_rid.html
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Extractions: About Trail Blazer Subscribe Editorial Content Advertise ... Return Home TRAIL BLAZER MAGAZINE "27 years as the trail riders favorite magazine THE TRAIL OF FAITH (click on a title below to read ) ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE LISTEN WITH YOUR HEART QUITTIN' TIME REST IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL ... THE WINGS OF EAGLES ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE Shared by Susan E. Gibson Publisher, Trail Blazer Magazine A merry heart doeth good like a medicine, but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:22 As Mom and I sat in the stands, both wearing our Blazer hats and shirts, yelling our hearts out among 10,000 screaming fans. I gotta admit it was even better than I had imagined. You deserve a dream today. Just do it LISTEN WITH YOUR HEART Shared by Susan E. Gibson Publisher, Trail Blazer Magazine When you talk, do not say harmful things. But say what people need, words that will help others become stronger. Then what you say will help those who listen to you. Ephesians 4:29 QUITTIN TIME Shared by Susan E. Gibson
Daily Sports Capsule: 4/2/99 Norm Stewart left after 32 seasons as Missouri basketball coach, Portland guardIsaiah rider, suspended for the third time this season after climbing http://www.southcoasttoday.com/daily/04-99/04-02-99/zzzspcap.htm
Extractions: Index BASKETBALL GOLF HOCKEY FOOTBALL Jalen Rose of the Indiana Pacers was fined $5,000 by the NBA and suspended for one game for tripping New York's Patrick Ewing and throwing a forearm that inadvertently hit referee Dick Bavetta. Ewing was fined $2,500 for what the NBA said was "escalating the altercation with Rose." ... Norm Stewart left after 32 seasons as Missouri basketball coach, and insisted it was his idea. Stewart, 64, said the inspiration came during a game at Kansas in January and a familiar chant from Jayhawks fans, "Sit down, Norm!" took on a different meaning. "I said to myself that day? `I think I will,' " said Stewart, who will serve the final four years of his contract as a special assistant to the school's chancellor. Athletic director Mike Alden, who has been at the school only eight months, said he didn't push Stewart out, as had been speculated. Alden said he was "shocked" when the coach brought it up for the first time March 15 during what he thought would be a typical end-of-season review. He said Stewart reiterated his desire to retire from coaching the following day. "I asked him, are you sure?" Alden said. "He said he had decided what he wanted to do." ... The College of the Holy Cross named Ralph Willard as its new men's basketball coach, replacing Bill Raynor. Willard, 52, had been at the University of Pittsburgh for the past five years, where he led the Panthers to a 63-82 record and one National Invitation Tournament berth. He resigned after leading the Panthers to a 14-16 season and having one player arrested on theft charges and another undergo alcohol rehabilitation. Willard graduated from Holy Cross in 1967 and was a three-year basketball letterman and team captain as a senior. ... Portland guard
Sports On NRO Weekend f you want to know exactly how NBA basketball became so braingrindingly boring rider had been released by a miserable Atlanta Hawks team in midseason http://www.nationalreview.com/weekend/sports/sports-karnickprint020301.html
Extractions: published by the Hudson Institute f you want to know exactly how NBA basketball became so brain-grindingly boring in just a couple of years since Michael Jordan's retirement, the problems of this year's defending champion Los Angeles Lakers are a good place to start. The team's travails also provide an object lesson in the limits of individualism, a seminar America has been attending with increasing frequency in recent years. Then, last Sunday, Shaq sat out the marquee game against the Knicks in Madison Square Garden on national television. He was suffering from plantar fascitis, a foot injury, but the Lakers were even more miserable than he. They looked terrible in losing 91-81 to a Knicks team whose two best big men were sidelined with injuries. Bryant scored 33 points but took 27 shots to do it. The Lakers were sloppy both defensively and offensively. Despite this setback, Bryant clearly sees himself as the game's best player and one of the best of all time, and he believes that the veteran O'Neal simply has to accept it. In a recent
Extractions: Portland NORML News - Tuesday, July 21, 1998 - Rider Wants Pot Conviction Tossed ('The Associated Press' Says Lawyers For Isaiah Rider, The Portland Trail Blazers Basketball Player, Argued Before The Oregon Court Of Appeals Tuesday That It Should Void His Conviction For Possessing A Small Amount Of Marijuana In Lake Oswego In October 1996 - Re - Medical Pot Politically Hot (A Letter Sent To The Editor Of The Eugene, Oregon 'Register-Guard' Rebuts A Claim By Columnist Don Bishoff Suggesting That Medical Marijuana Users Have Not Spent A Lot Of Time In Jail) Date: Tue, 21 Jul 1998 08:11:26 -0700 To: firstname.lastname@example.org From: Arthur Livermore (email@example.com) Subject: DPFOR: Medical pot politically hot (July 20, 1998) Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org Reply-To: email@example.com Organization: DrugSense http://www.drugsense.org/ The Register-Guard Eugene, Oregon Dear Don Bishoff, In your July 20, 1998 column - Interesting E-Mail On DARE (Cliff Schaffer, Webmaster For The Most Important Online Drug Policy Library,
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Comment On STANDARDS WATCH You re essentially offering us the political equivalent of JR rider, And whilewe re on basketball analogies, would that make Bill Frist Paul Pierce? http://www.beggingtodiffer.com/mt/mt-comments.cgi?entry_id=2795
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