Extractions: 1999-00 Scoresheet Fantasy Basketball NBA player list This is the player list used for the 1999-2000 hoops season (LAST SEASON!) . Do NOT use this list for the hoop season beginning in November, 2000. The player lists for that season are now available at: 2000-01 Scoresheet Basketball Player List Scoresheet Home Scoresheet Fantasy Basketball Basketball Draft Board ... Additions (Players with a dash by their name are unsigned as of 9/22/99 - the team shown for them is the last NBA team they played on.) 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 becuase they were unsigned as of September.)
Extractions: Nov. 22, 2004 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The University of Virginia women's basketball team has received five National Letters of Intent during the early signing period, head coach Debbie Ryan announced on Monday. Lindsay Hayward (Rocklin, Calif.), Lyndra Littles (Washington, D.C.), Britnee Millner (Martinsville, Va.), Abby Robertson (Springfield, Va.), and Enonge Stovall (Philadelphia, Pa.) will attend UVa and play basketball for the Cavaliers next season. "Lindsay is a 6-9 post player from the Sacramento area," Ryan said. "The first thing that strikes you is how tall she is. She finishes well around the basket and also steps out into the 15-foot range to score. Lindsay will obviously alter a lot of shots during her career."
TSSAA Records Section 1987, Class A, Mr. basketball, Fitz Jones, East robertson. 1987, Class AA, Mr.basketball 2002, Division II, Mr. basketball, Billy May, Father ryan http://www.tssaa.org/schdir/records/GetTheRecord.cfm?schoolyear=3
Sid Hartman: Ryan Likes Deals At Deadline Time Gophers assistant men s basketball coach Vic Couch recently attended a George Brophy, robertson s successor, walked in our office and asked if he could http://www.startribune.com/stories/507/5529822-2.html
Extractions: news freetime travel shopping ... Lost password? Member Center Log out Sid Hartman is the dean of Twin Cities sports columnists. His first bylined column appeared in the Minneapolis Daily Times on Sept. 11, 1945. Since then, he's written about virtually every significant sports event and personality in Minnesota. His "close personal friends" include countless sports figures across the country, from Bobby Knight to Lou Holtz to George Steinbrenner. His columns appear on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday. You can listen to him on WCCO Radio (830 AM) during the morning and afternoon commutes each weekday. His "Sports Huddle" show airs from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Sunday. You can send him e-mail in care of the Star Tribune's sports department A legend in his own write Continued from page 1 Page: Gophers assistant men's basketball coach Vic Couch recently attended a tournament in Indianapolis featuring top junior college players with eligibility and said that former Minneapolis North center James Davis was without a doubt the best player in the tournament. Davis signed a tender with the Gophers but will play for a Schoolcraft Junior College in suburban Detroit this season in an attempt to get his grades in shape to enroll at Minnesota.
Basketball - Sen Boys Senior Boys basketball ryan MacIsaac, Tyler Dwan, Jeff robertson, Aaron Farrell.200304, Joel Sauve, Jeffrey robertson, Reece Deveaux, Justin MacKenzie http://www.edu.pe.ca/sourishigh/Awards/bb-senb.htm
Extractions: Duane Ching Gary MacLaren Donnie Campbell Trent Rose Bobby Weddle Ricky Cheverie Shawn Laybolt Bobby MacCormack Jeremy Lawlor John Paquet Ryan Paquet Donald MacCormac Brendon Stewart John Paquet Craig MacPhee Donald MacCormac Ryan Paquet Shawn MacDonald Terry McCormack Kurt Chaisson Donald MacCormac Robert Paquet
The Big O: News & Background in NBA history by Jeff ryan, COURTSIDE Magazine, November 2003 Big O onvideo basketball legend Oscar robertson tells his life story on tape, by http://www.thebigo.com/News/media.html
Extractions: To research print coverage of The Big O, we recommend entering "oscar + robertson" into one of the major search engines such as Google, Yahoo, MSN or AOL. The list below is far from complete, and many magazines and newspapers do not keep story links live for an extended period. Date of publication is given so you can search their archives. Online Books Magazines Newspapers ... Related Sites ONLINE Oscar Robertson: Old School Oscar Robertson , Bearcat News, extensive archive of stories Oscar defined the triple-double " The Big O Mastered the Game " , nba.com " The Art of the Triple-Double " , nba.com " NBA Legends: Oscar Robertson " (biography, includes video and audio highlights), nba.com " One on One with Oscar Robertson " (transcript of live chat May 11, 1999), nba.com National Association of Basketball Coaches, Awards, Century Celebration Back to Top Next page BOOKS "They Cleared the Lane" by Ron Thomas (University of Nebraska Press, 2002). This book on the early black stars of the NBA contains a chapter on Oscar Robertson. "Sky Kings: Black Pioneers of Professional Basketball" by Bijan C. Bayne (Grolier Publishing, 1998). This book contains a chapter on Oscar Robertson.
Extractions: 3. NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Yes. Do you think anybody in the NBA today is capable of averaging a triple-double for an entire season? James LeMond Jr., Evansville, IN Who do you feel is the best all around basketball player in the NBA today? James A. Pierre, Evansville, IN Who in your opinion was the best defensive player you ever played against? Billy Anthony, Evansville, IN (a) Who were the best offensive and defensive players you played you think he was a good ball player? Ryan Hills, Evansville, IN (a) Wilt Chamberlain was the greatest offensive player, and along with Bill Russell, one of the greatest defensive players. (b) I never guarded Pete Maravich. Certainly he was a great player. He did a lot more scoring in college than he did in the NBA. If you played Pete Maravich or Jerry West one-on-one 100 times each when all of you were in your prime, how many would you win against each of those players? James Bennett, Charlotte, NC
Extractions: American Handgunner American Hunter, The American Rifleman Auto Racing Digest ... View all titles in this topic Hot New Articles by Topic Automotive Sports Top Articles Ever by Topic Automotive Sports Vaughn's injury puts KU backup on the spot - University of Kansas guard Jacque Vaughn - College Basketball Report - Column Sporting News, The Sept 23, 1996 by Mike DeCourcy Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with Furl.net. It's free! Save it. In the morning, he was a backup shooting guard. By the afternoon, he had become, in a sense, Jacque Vaughn. It was one eventful day for Kansas sophomore Ryan Robertson. "You could say that," Robertson says. Vaughn, the Jayhawks' All-American point guard, was loose on a fast break in a pickup game last week when he found himself in tighter company than expected. He leaped into the air for a layup and was bumped as Billy Thomas tried to block his shot, then Vaughn lost his balance and fell backward to the court. Instinctively, he reached back to break his fall. Instead, he nearly broke his wrist.
Sports The Cedarcrest boys varsity basketball team went to 17 on the season after He started his four sophomores, BJ Coy, Brent robertson, ryan Price, http://www.nwnews.com/vvissues/v9n52/vsports2.html
Extractions: The Cedarcrest boys' varsity basketball team went to 1-7 on the season after suffering a 66-51 loss to the Lynnwood Royals. After splitting a pair of games in the inaugural Cedarcrest Christmas tournament, the Royals took advantage of superior height, quickness, and shooting accuracy to establish an early 10-point lead, which they never surrendered.
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Extractions: About The SA Contact Us Site Map Quick Links Contact The SA The highest award for sporting achievement at University is the University Blue. The Blues are awarded to athletes who not only compete and perform at the highest level in their chosen sport, but also contribute to the development of Sport @ UNSW from an administrative perspective. Nominations are accepted for Blues in March of each year and the Blues Selection Committee assesses applications based on the Blues Standards set by each club. If you are interested in the Blues standard for a particular sport, please contact the Sports Association ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or via the respective UNSW Sports Club. GREG EYEARS ATHLETICS STACEY HUTCHINSON SOFTBALL CAROLINE MACNAUGHT ULTIMATE FRISBEE RAYMOND MURPHY TAEKWONDO GREG PEAKE BASKETBALL LOUIS WANG JUDO DAN WARDROPE BASKETBALL BENJAMIN RACKLYEFT ATHLETICS CAROLYN TOH BADMINTON MARCO MENDES TENNIS CHRISTIAN FROST TOUCH OWEN SHEPHERD ULTIMATE FRISBEE MATTHEW DOWLE ULTIMATE FRISBEE TAMARA DAVIS ULTIMATE FRISBEE JOEL WING WATERSKI SIMON BENSON BASEBALL DANIEL CROOKES BASEBALL JOE DEWS BASKETBALL IAN GATES HOCKEY LISA ISRAEL ARCHERY WILSON LEONG BADMINTON ANDREW MELLOR ATHLETICS SANDRA STAVRO SOCCER SOFIA SURANINGDIAH BADMINTON GARETH WATKINS ATHLETICS DANIEL WILLIAMS BASKETBALL STUART CADZOW AUSSIE RULES DAVID CARSON CRICKET ANDREW CHAPLIN AUSSIE RULES GEMMA CONNOLLY
NFHS - Hall Of Fame As head basketball coach of three Alabama high schools, O Brien won 423 gamesand lost only 47 from David robertson Illinois, 1991, Jack ryan Ohio, 1994 http://www.nfhs.org/scriptcontent/va_custom/halloffame/coaches_n_w.cfm
Extractions: Colorado, 1995 As head basketball coach of three Alabama high schools, O'Brien won 423 games and lost only 47 from 1926 until 1944. His teams advanced to the state playoffs 12 times and won five Alabama high school basketball championships. Former players credit O'Brien with designing the zone defense, perfecting the fast break, installing the four-corner offense and developing the ball-handling, playmaking point guard. Panek coached football for 53 years (1925-77) at five different high schools in Nebraska and Colorado and ranks in the top 15 all-time nationally with 328 wins. Panek spent the majority of his career at Denver (Colorado) East High School and Denver (Colorado) Machebeuf High School. Panek's teams at Denver East won 16 league championships, two state titles (1949, 1962), and won 44 consecutive games.