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  1. Stanford Cardinal Men's Basketball Players: Mark Madsen, Josh Childress, Brevin Knight, Robin Lopez, Jason Collins, Casey Jacobsen

101. Roto Times Fantasy Sports
basketball Teams, Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls 11, brevin Knighthad been expected to return from his sprained ankle Friday but was a

102. Stanford University Cardinal | Men's Basketball | An Official Athletic Site
The Stanford basketball team dented the record book . AllAmerican guardBrevin knight set the school record for career assists (780) and career steals
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1996-97 Review
Rankings Review Stanford ended the season ranked 12th in the nation in the USA Today/CNN poll ... That is highest ranking for a Cardinal team since the 1988-89 campaign when the Cardinal finished 12th in the United Press International poll ... Stanford finished the 1996-97 season ranked 21st in the Associated Press poll. Statistics Stanford was #2 in the Pac-10 in scoring offense at 80.9 ppg (#14 in the nation) ... Stanford shot the ball from 3-point territory ... The Cardinal shot .390 (in nine games, the Cardinal shot 46 percent or better) from 3-point territory ... Stanford was #2 in the Pac-10 and #13 in the nation in 3-point field goal percentage ... Stanford made at least ten 3-pointers in ten games, including a school and Maples Pavilion record 15 against UCLA ... Ryan Mendez was #5 (.427), Kris Weems was #6 (.426) and Brevin Knight was #7 (.409), in the Pac-10 in 3-point field goal percentage. In 1996-97, the Cardinal was .746 from the free throw line, #1 in the Pac-10 and #8 in the country ... The Cardinal hit 16-of-17 free throws for 94 percent in the season opener against UNC Greensboro ... Stanford hit 24-of-26 free throws against USC for 92 percent ... That mark was just short of the school record of 95 percent set on two other occasions ... Stanford hit 19-of-21 free throws against Oregon State for 91 percent ... All-America guard Brevin Knight shot .834 (166-for-199) from the free throw line, #2 in the Pac-10.

103. Sports.mhoops
Thursday, January 9, 1997 Bruins to take on Cardinal in muchawaited Pac-10 match.M. HOOPS. Outwitting brevin knight, smart defense are essential
Thursday, January 9, 1997
M. HOOPS: Outwitting Brevin Knight, smart defense are essential
By Emmanuelle Ejercito
and Hye Kwon Daily Bruin Staff Ever since the start of fall practice, Pacific 10 basketball coaches have been doing a marvelous job of referring to the conference as one of the most competitive ones in the nation. Often that's just coach talk, but tonight, as the UCLA men's basketball team travels to the Bay Area to face No. 22 Stanford, the hype surrounding the matchup of the two conference giants will likely live up to its billing. The Bruins (7-3 overall, 2-0 in Pac-10 play) are unranked going into tonight's 5:30 p.m. game at Maples Pavilion but, to their credit, have rolled off four straight victories. Their wins have come thanks to a considerable decrease in turnovers and, more significantly, the use of the full-court trap and the match-up zone. This new defense, drawn up by UCLA head coach Steve Lavin, has worked like a charm for the last four games but has yet to prove itself against a team with a methodical, precise offense led by a superstar point guard. For the last four years, Stanford's Brevin Knight has proven time and again that he is as good as they come at breaking a defense apart. "I think with Brevin Knight you have to have an awareness of where he is at all times," Lavin said. "You have to pinch on the penetration, and have to be quick to recover, because he's so good at finding guys (behind) the three-point line."

104. Roto Times Fantasy Sports
basketball Teams, Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls 11, BrevinKnight (G) Cha had been expected to return from his sprained ankle Friday but

105. Basketball Card Lots/Bargains
Listed on this page are Player Lots of everyone s favorite basketball players!Iverson, Kobe, Shaq, Garnett, Rodman, Duncan, etc. found right here!

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Here you can find multiple cards of your favorite Basketball players sold in the same lot at a discounted price (some are over 80% off!!). For quick sale, only the player name, amount of cards, book value, and sale price are listed. I will not list all the cards, but the book value is correct according to Beckett. If you're interested in purchashing a lot, just send me an E-Mail Player # of cards Book Value Sale Price
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106. 2005-2006 Fantasy Hoops Realm NBA Player Pages
2004 fantasy basketball projections, stats, strategy tips, basketball rankings,and detailed fantasy NBA outlooks.

107. The HoopsKlyce Page: Fantasy Basketball Statistics 101
A typical fantasy basketball league has 12 teams with 10 starting For thefantasy basketball owner, it means it is easier to find a single player who
F ANTASY B ASKETBALL S TATISTICS October 7, 1998 A typical fantasy basketball league has 12 teams with 10 starting players on each team. To get an idea of what the average stats for a player active on a starting fantasy roster would be I analyzed the statistics of the 120 players who averaged the most minutes played per game last season (hey ... what else are you going to do during The Lockout ... watch baseball? ... I don't think so!). The averages for 8 common statistical categories are shown in the table below. Also, to determine how the players stats were distributed above and below the averages I found the standard deviation of the 120 players for each stat category. A 'bell' shaped distribution would predict that 68% of the players would fall within one standard deviation of the average. Hang with me now ... the goal will be to determine who the fantasy basketball studs are ... not to put you to sleep! CATEGORY AVG PER GAME STND DEV STND DEV/AVG Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Treys Free Throws FG% In the same manner the fantasy stiffs can be identified. Calbert Cheany and Joe Smith managed to be in the top 120 in minutes played per game but were below average in all 8 of the categories investigated. By the way readers, LJ was below average in 6 of the 8 categories! That's kind of stiff too.

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