Extractions: HOME NFL MLB NBA ... FoxCollegeSports OTHER EXPERTS: Select an Expert General Hoops at 2 a.m.? Only in Vegas, baby Story Tools: Print Email XML Frank Burlison / Scout.com Posted: 51 days ago LAS VEGAS - It was a basketball-viewing day that started like most others. At least those, that is, which get under way with approximately 12:01 a.m. tip-offs ... The Pangos Midnight Madness was held in the Tarkanian Basketball Academy, located just across the street to the south of the Palace Station Hotel and a couple of 3-pointers to the west of the Interstate 15 Freeway. Fronted by coaching legend Jerry Tarkanian (and his sons, Danny and George), who led UNLV to a national title in 1990, the facility opens up to four full courts and an almost warehouse-like atmosphere. The only lines present Friday morning were those formed by all of the NCAA coaches (and a smattering of their junior college and high school counterparts and two or three media members with surprising endurance), who lined the courts to watch at least portions of the 16 "mini-games" that didn't wrap up until about 2:30 a.m. Normally, I'd dig a lot deeper into the details of the "games" and the significance of the presence of those watching them, but the "real" contests in the adidas 64, Main Event and Reebok Big Time tournaments get under way in less than three hours. And I've get into that Vegas heat and be on my way!
Extractions: FSN's coverage of ACC SUNDAY NIGHT HOOPS and Pac-10 continues with the telecast of two top weekend match ups, featuring No. 11 Arizona as it battles Arizona State, while No. 4 Wake Forest takes on conference rival NC State. The COLLEGE BASKETBALL TIP-OFF pre-game show, hosted by Mike Goldberg alongside analysts Perry Clark and Larry Conley, covers all the week's action and previews upcoming ACC match-ups. The show starts at 7:30 PM ET. Thurs., Mar. 3 (all times eastern):
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The Independent Weekly: Barry Jacobs basketball jones BY john VALENTINE Local sports fans had never seen guys likejohn salley or Kenny Anderson ( Barry, tell john what you just told me. ). http://indyweek.com/durham/2004-11-10/litlocal.html
Extractions: Jacobs was elected to the Orange County Board of Commissioners in 1998 and re-elected in 2002. He's published a coffee table book on ACC basketball, a book about one year in the life of Triangle college hoops, and a pair of popular quote books, Coach K's Little Blue Book and The World According to Dean. For 20 years he was a regular sports contributor to The New York Times As passionate as he is about sports, he is just as passionate about his rural home. Jacobs is the caretaker of Moorefields, an 84-acre wildlife refuge southwest of Hillsborough. I reminded Barry of one of the first times I met him. He was living in Rougemont then, sharing his house with a pair of sheep, Gabriel and Doris. He laughs when he remembers: "They lived under the house. Sometimes they broke the phone line by rubbing against the floor joists." I remember one night several years ago when I asked Barry to have Dean Smith autograph a classic '80s Carolina
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Extractions: HTTP/1.1 404 Object Not Found Server: Microsoft-IIS/5.0 Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 00:32:44 GMT P3P: CP="CAO CUR ADM DEVa TAIi PSAa PSDa CONi OUR OTRi IND PHY ONL UNI COM NAV DEM" X-Powered-By: ASP.NET Connection: close Content-Type: text/html Set-Cookie: v1us=432A12ACCCCAC956; path=/; expires=Wed, 19 Feb 2020 14:28:00 GMT; domain=.usatoday.com 05/17/2000 - 2:32AM ET - Click reload often for latest version Box Score Extended Box Game Story May 16, 2000 NBA PLAYOFFS FINAL 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH TOTAL - - - - - PHOENIX 14 9 17 25 65 LA LAKERS 21 28 19 19 87 FINAL HIGH SCORERS: PHO - TODD DAY 10, RODNEY ROGERS 9, FOUR PLAYERS WITH 8 LAL - KOBE BRYANT 17, SHAQUILLE ONEAL 15, GLEN RICE 14 HIGH REBOUND: PHO - RODNEY ROGERS 8, TWO PLAYERS WITH 7 LAL - SHAQUILLE ONEAL 21, JOHN SALLEY 11 HIGH ASSISTS: PHO - CLIFF ROBINSON 4, RODNEY ROGERS 3 LAL - BRIAN SHAW 4, THREE PLAYERS WITH 3 ATT: 18,997
Extractions: HTTP/1.1 404 Object Not Found Server: Microsoft-IIS/5.0 Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 00:34:39 GMT P3P: CP="CAO CUR ADM DEVa TAIi PSAa PSDa CONi OUR OTRi IND PHY ONL UNI COM NAV DEM" X-Powered-By: ASP.NET Connection: close Content-Type: text/html Set-Cookie: v1us=432A1320955D8740; path=/; expires=Wed, 19 Feb 2020 14:28:00 GMT; domain=.usatoday.com 04/11/2000 - 3:07AM ET - Click reload often for latest version Box Score Extended Box Game Story Apr 10, 2000 NBA FINAL IN OT 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH OT TOTAL - - - - - - SEATTLE 22 18 20 34 9 103 LA LAKERS 23 16 34 21 12 106 FINAL IN 1ST OT HIGH SCORERS: SEA - SHAMMOND WILLIAMS 28, GARY PAYTON 22, TWO PLAYERS WITH 12 LAL - KOBE BRYANT 33, GLEN RICE 28, JOHN SALLEY 8 HIGH REBOUND: SEA - GARY PAYTON 12, VIN BAKER 9 LAL - KOBE BRYANT 10, TWO PLAYERS WITH 9 HIGH ASSISTS: SEA - GARY PAYTON 8, TWO PLAYERS WITH 4 LAL - KOBE BRYANT 6, BRIAN SHAW 6 ATT: 18,997
Extractions: Browse an SI writer's archive ... Don Banks Mark Bechtel Marty Burns Stephen Cannella Brian Cazeneuve B. Duane Cross Seth Davis Frank Deford Jon A. Dolezar John Donovan Darren Eliot Michael Farber Mike Fish Tom Hanson John Garrity Roy S. Johnson Kostya Kennedy Kelley King Peter King Tim Layden Stewart Mandel Gabriele Marcotti Jack McCallum Lester Munson Pedro Pinto Rick Reilly Steve Rushin Alan Shipnuck Michael Silver Phil Taylor Ian Thomsen Gary Van Sickle David Vecsey Tom Verducci Grant Wahl Jon Wertheim Alexander Wolff Paul Zimmerman Sports Illustrated senior writer Grant Wahl answers your college basketball questions every Wednesday. Click here to send him a question. Remember that night in November 2000 when Dan Rather said of CBS' election projections, "You can take it to the bank"? Naturally, the Eye then whiffed big-time on Florida. Well, when it comes to projections, let's just say the 'Bag ain't Dan Rather, nor have we ever missed on Florida (though we came close two years ago). We're referring, of course, to our third annual Magic Eight, the octet from which I GUARANTEE the national champion will emerge. This has worked twice already, with Michigan State (2000) and Duke (2001) winning it all, and I feel even more confident about this group. In alphabetical order, then:
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Extractions: The Zen master of the basketball court. Our Paul Solman of WGBH-Boston explains. PAUL SOLMAN: It's finals time for the National Basketball Association, and this year the Indiana Pacers coached by a legend, Larry Bird, are pitted against the Los Angeles Lakers, coached by a curiosity, Phil Jackson. Bird was the master player, winning three world titles in the 1980's. But this is his first trip to the finals as a coach. Phil Jackson, by contrast, was a 6'8" backup teammate of Bill Bradley in the 60's and 70's who specialized in defense his arms so long, he could open both front doors of a car from the back seat at once. Mainly, he was known as the hippie maverick. These days, however, Jackson, is the most successful hippie in the history of NBA coaching, a new-age Philosopher of sorts who won six championships in the 90's with the Chicago Bulls, and is now bidding to become only the second coach ever to win a ring with two different NBA teams. Jackson has had the talent: Michael Jordan in Chicago, now Shaquille O'Neal in L.A. But Jordan never won a crown till Jackson took over, and this, Jackson's first year with the Lakers, is O'Neal's first real shot . So what makes Phil Jackson so successful well, say some, his innovations, like selecting books for his players. This year, he gave Frederick Nietzsche to Shaquille O'Neal.
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Extractions: The Best Damn Sports Show Period First Show Last Show Genre Talk Network Fox Sports Slot Day Weeknights Slot Time Various Jumped The Shark when... Votes Day One Never Jumped Tom Arnold Exit...Stage Left (John Kruk) Special Guest Star (Mike Tyson) Too many updates Exit...Stage Left (Lisa Guerrero) Exit...Stage Left (Reggie Theus) The title Michael Irvin joins the show Goldberg won't wrestle in the WWE D'Marco Farr Too much Hollywood Other Thoughts: Not a bad idea for a show - get some former stars in each of the major sports, throw in a comedian, and have them discuss what happened the day before in the world of sports. I could pick two possible places where this show jumped the shark - either the hiring of Tom Arnold or the overabundance of commercials (C'mon, show segments should last longer than 3 minutes!), but I have to side with Tom. Admittedly, he does get off a few good jokes every now and then, and he does seem to be interested in sports, but it seems like his only purpose in the show is to come up with as many "John Kruk is fat" jokes as he possibly can. I can't wait for the day that Kruk finally loses it and gets in a brawl with Tom. Now THAT would be quality television. I don't want to watch these guys guesting on any TV show, let alone have their own gab fest. It's amazing how unfunny these guys are. It makes me clamor for Jim Rome, and that's scary.
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Extractions: ATLANTA (February 18, 2000) Longtime Georgia Tech head basketball coach Bobby Cremins announced his retirement from college coaching Friday afternoon, signaling an end to the most successful era in Georgia Tech basketball history. Cremins, in his 19th season at Tech and his 25th as a head coach, will step down at the end of the 1999-2000 season, in which the Jackets currently have a record of 11-13 overall and 3-8 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Georgia Tech Athletic Association decided Wednesday to buy out the remaining three years of Cremins' contract, which would have carried through the 2002-2003 season. Cremins thrust Georgia Tech into the national basketball picture with a long line of great players, beginning with Mark Price and John Salley in the early 1980's, and continued with Duane Ferrell, Tom Hammonds, Dennis Scott, Brian Oliver, Kenny Anderson, Stephon Marbury and Matt Harpring. Along the way, the 52-year-old native of the Bronx, N.Y., became the Rambling Wreck's all-time winningest coach during the 1995-96 season. His record at Georgia Tech currently is 352-233 (.602), and he moved into third place among all ACC coaches in victories earlier this season when the Yellow Jackets defeated Florida State on Jan. 19. His overall mark is 452-303 (.599) in 24-plus seasons as a head coach.
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Extractions: A B C D ... X-Y-Z A George Acker, Football, Basketball, Tennis (1948-52) 1986 Inductee 1951 Football Team (Captain) 1991 Inductee Rose Adamczyk, 1978 Field Hockey Team 1992 Inductee Carl Aikens, 1983 Football Team 1995 Inductee Jane Albright, Women's Basketball Coach (1984-94) 2003 Inductee Sue Alexander, 1988 Softball Team 2002 Inductee Roy "Flip" Allen, Football, Basketball, Track (1935-39) 1994 Inductee (Deceased) Jerry Andres, 1963 Football Team 1986 Inductee Carl Appell, Track Coach, Cross Country Coach (1930-64) 1978 Charter Inductee (Deceased)
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Extractions: Basketball Movies * Recommended Titles Campus Confessions (1938) William Henry, Betty Grable, Thurston Hall, Fritz Feld, John Arledge, Lane Chandler, Roy Gordon, Matty Kemp. Silly Hollywood college film noted for the appearance of Hank Luisetti, generally credited as the inventor of the one-handed shot in basketball. Luisetti appeared after graduation from Stanford University. He also was voted the second most influential basketball player (behind George Mikan) in the first half of the 20th century. The Harlem Globetrotters (1951) Thomas Gomez, Dorothy Dandridge, Bill Walker, Angela Clarke. Young Bill Townsend drops out of college to join the famous independent Trotter team. He also finds romance along the way. "Goose" Tatum and fancy dribbler Marcus Haynes were the star players of the Globetrotters at the time and Abe Saperstein was the owner. Tatum, Haynes, Babe Presley, Ermer Robinson, Duke Cumberland, Clarence Wilson, Pop Gates, Frank Washington, Ted Strong and other current team members appear in the film as themselves. Also featured is a lot of actual game footage (three times against the Celtics with Tony Lavelli and Big Bob Hahn) including their famous "Sweet Georgia Brown" warm-up routine. [Along with making the film, the team toured Major League Baseball stadiums that year and went on their first tour of South America.] Go, Man, Go (1954)