Extractions: Nov 26, 2000 NBA FINAL 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH TOTAL - - - - - CHICAGO 27 18 20 24 89 TORONTO 29 24 21 27 101 FINAL HIGH SCORERS: CHI - ELTON BRAND 31, RON ARTEST 20, COREY BENJAMIN 14 TOR - ANTONIO DAVIS 18, MORRIS PETERSON 18, TWO PLAYERS WITH 16 HIGH REBOUND: CHI - ELTON BRAND 9, TWO PLAYERS WITH 8 TOR - CHARLES OAKLEY 11, MARK JACKSON 11 HIGH ASSISTS: CHI - RON MERCER 4, FOUR PLAYERS WITH 2 TOR - MARK JACKSON 11, TWO PLAYERS WITH 3 ATT: 19,800 Extended Box CHICAGO (89) AT TORONTO (101) CHICAGO REBOUNDS PLAYER POS MIN FGM-FGA FTM-FTA OFF-DEF-TOT AST PF ST TO PTS ====== === === ======= ======= =========== === == == == === BRAND F 43 14-26 3-4 3 6 9 2 5 2 31 MERCER F 34 4-13 2-2 1 4 5 4 4 2 10 TARLAC C 20 1-2 0-0 1 5 6 6 1 2 ARTEST G 38 6-13 8-9 3 5 8 2 5 1 2 20 HOIBERG G 12 3-5 0-0 1 1 7 RUFFIN 30 1-3 0-2 2 6 8 2 3 1 2 C BENJAMIN 29 6-12 0-0 1 1 1 6 1 2 14 GUYTON 6 0-4 0-0 1 1 1 1 1 EL AMIN 10 0-3 0-0 1 1 1 1 1 CRAWFORD 18 1-3 0-0 2 1 1 3 BAGARIC DNP - COACH'S DECISION FIZER DNP - SPRAINED RIGHT ANKLE
Inside Basketball - Translate this page Jamal Crawford Marcus Fizer AJ Guyton (TO) Ron Mercer Brad Miller (TO) Michael RuffinJake Voskuhl, Dragan Tarlac Fred Hoiberg Bryce Drew corey benjamin, C, PG http://www.geocities.com/insbasket/bisogni.htm
Extractions: [HOME] Di cosa ho bisogno? di Lorenzo Cavallo Le Finali NBA continuano in maniera entusiasmante, ma parallelamente sta iniziando la partita della prossima stagione. Molte squadre sono già al lavoro per costruire la migliore squadra possibile, sempre con un occhio al salary cap. Cerchiamo di vedere di cosa hanno bisogno e cosa cercano i vari team. Leggenda: PG=Point Guard, SG=Shotting Guard, SF/PF=Small/Power Forward, C=Centro, PO = Opzione del giocatore per rimanere in squadra, TO = Opzione della squadra di rifirmalo, MGD = Miglior Giocatore Disponibile, Franchise Player = Giocatore Incedibile. Atlanta Nucleo Squadra Free Agents Necessitano Disponibilità Nazr Mohammed PG, C Gli Hawks hanno spostato Terry da play a guardia perciò stanno cercando di cedere Knight che è troppo piccolo per il ruolo. Minori problemi per quanto riguarda le posizioni di PF e C con Ratliff e Wright. Le maggiori necessità ci sono per il ruolo di PG. Boston Nucleo Squadra Free Agents Necessitano Disponibilità
Test Allen, benjamin, Ricks College, Football, 3.93. corey, Allison, Danville AreaCC, Softball, 3.86. Corwin, Jessica, CC of Rhode Island, Soccer/basketball,3.91. http://www.njcaa.org/forms/a-g02.htm
Extractions: Abney Danielle Madison Area Technical College Volleyball Adams Holli Copiah-Lincoln CC Tennis Adams Savanna Midland College Softball Aguayo Ana Glendale CC Soccer Aldred Stephanie Otero JC Basketball Alexander Jennifer Southwestern CC Volleyball Alfano Amy Delta College Basketball Alfieri Joseph Monroe CC Ice Hockey Alfonsi Angela Schoolcraft College Cross Country Allen Tiffany Southern State CC Basketball Allen Benjamin Ricks College Football Amis Cory East Central CC Baseball Anders Beth John Wood CC Basketball Anderson Kathrine Ricks College Cross Country/Track Anderson Maxwell East Central CC Tennis Ansel Amanda Colby CC Basketball Armstrong Allison Hinds CC Soccer Armstrong Meghan Seward County CC Tennis Aschoff Mary Northeast CC Basketball Averett Sommer East Central CC Softball Azarbehi Negin Scottsdale CC Volleyball Badger Troy Utah Valley State College Baseball Bailey Anna Meridian CC Tennis Baker April Casper College Basketball Baker Brett St. Petersburg College
Official UHSAA Web Site benjamin Forensics Coach; Curtis benjamin - Girls Cross Griffin - Boys Track Coach;corey Morrison - Wrestling Coach; Marc Peterson - Girls basketball Coach; http://www.uhsaa.org/index.phtml?members=dr
UP Athletics - Men's Basketball corey benjamin. Wold and Holton were on the same Oregon State staff during the 199596season. COLLEGE PLAYING EXPERIENCE Wold played one year of basketball http://www.portlandpilots.com/sports/mbball/bio.asp?PLAYER_ID=552
Corey Clark AJ Mahar received that VBCA honor in boys basketball. are the grandparents of Karyn(corey) Smith Elizabeth Rebekah and Jeremiah Clark and benjamin Joshua and http://showbizgossip.com/corey-clark.html
Extractions: Complete Release in PDF FormatTEMPE Ariz. - The Arizona State cross country teams traveled to Pullman Wash. for the Pac-10 Championships Saturday at the Washington State Golf Course and returned with the No. 4 women capturing runner-up honors for the second year in a row with 78 points while the No. 15 men finished fifth in the eight-team field with 112. Stanford ranked No. 1 in both the men's and women's national polls won the conference titles as a team and had an individual win the conference crown as well. PG Stephon MarburySG Corey MaggetteSF Andrei KirilenkoPF Pau GasolC Brad MillerG Kirk HinrichF Samuel DalembertUtil Bonzi WellsUtil Shareef Abdur-RahimUtil Radoslav NesterovicBench Caron ButlerBench Latrell SprewellIR Troy Murphy*I was doing great until the dreaded week where Miller got injured SAR got traded to Portland Big Dog (gone now) turned into the Big $%#%$% and my genius "hang on to Keon Clark for a late season surge" plan went into the crapper with the Jazz losing their minds and playoff shot this year. There were a couple of other bad things which I won't drudge up but you get the point.
Extractions: BLUE SPRINGS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL SCORES Feb. 14 results (unless otherwise noted) Second Grade Boys Triad Construction Bulldogs 26, Cardinal Point Mini Wolves 12 Bulldogs: Thomas Abarca Jr. 4, Evan Ledford 2, Alex Mittie 2, Logan Daugherty 2, Daniel Trocosso 14, Stephen Backs 2; Mini Wolves: Joshua Mitchell 4, Colton Higgins 7, Darius Vaughn 1. Third Grade Boys Clayton Financial Mavericks 26, Smith Franklin Rockets 22 Mavericks: Dallas Herrmann 14, Drew Wong 6, Bryce Bergman 4, Chris Clark 2; Rockets: Drake Coomer 6, Nick Atkinson 6, Nick Towler 6, C.J. Egelston 4. TruckMovers.com Giants 25, Gateway Endodontics Suns 22 Giants: Alex Duvall 14, Terrance Lodge 4, Patrick Barnett 4, Carson Letchworth 2, Hayden Combs 1; Suns: Bradley Wilkins 11, Nathan Frey 4, Nicholas Buccero 4, Trevor Hill 3. Fourth Grade Boys Raptors 23, Dragons 7 Raptors: Levi Riley 10, Jacob King 4, Jager Carter 3, Brian Ostrander 2, Chad Worman 2, Preston Mindhenke 2; Dragons: Kamuela Dietiker 2, Chad Watreas 2, Corey Phillips 2, Brandt Bellamy 1.
IBL - Internet Basketball League - IBL Records season. Fewest IBL Points, Player 0, corey benjamin (Oregon State/LouisvillePlayers) vs. Westwood Tribe, Game 23, 199798 season. http://www.piedmontcommunities.us/servlet/go_ProcServ/dbpage=cge&gid=01002011540
Extractions: Homepage Threaded Discussion Chat Participants News Rosters Scores Standings Schedule 99 draft Rules and Procedures Teams Moravians IBL Records Kobi Korner Line-Up Submission Page Past Seasons 98-99 Season 97-98 Season IBL Records IBL Points Player Team Points Player Team Rebounds Player Team Assists Player Team Steals Player Team Blocks Player Team Fewest IBL Points Player Team IBL Points Scored by Losing Team Margin of Victory ... Longest Losing Streak
Extractions: SHIPPENSBURG UNIVERSITY WRESTLING February 28, 2004 SHIPPENSBURG PLACES FOURTH AT NCAA DIVISION II EAST REGIONALS PEMBROKE, NC-The Shippensburg University wrestling team finished fourth in the team standings at the NCAA Division II East Regionals at the University of North Carolina-Pembroke on Saturday. By placing in the top four spots of their respective weight classes, five Shippensburg wrestlers, Zack Leathers, Mark Murphy, Corey Jacoby, Jamie Thomas and Sonny Phillip will advance to the NCAA Division II national championships, March 12-13, at Minnesota State-Mankato. The Red Raiders ended up with 80.5 team points. Pitt-Johnstown won the tournament with 135.5 team points, Mercyhurst was second with 112 and North Carolina-Pembroke was third with 110.5. Nine teams competed in the tournament. Leathers, Murphy and Jacoby all placed second in their respective weight classes. Thomas was third and Phillips captured a fourth place. Leathers, the number-four seed at 149, defeated top-seeded Craig Kunsman of Kutztown in the semi-finals by medical forfeit. He lost in the championship match to second-seeded R.J. Paterniti of Gannon University 17-9.
Extractions: PORTLAND - Nate Turner scored 14 points for Haslett in its 56-48 win over Portland in Monday's first round of Class B district play. Andrew Lewis was the game's leading scorer with 27 points for Portland (8-13). Ben Conroy added 12 and Matt Peterson had 10 for the Vikings (14-7). Haslett plays Ovid-Elsie (10-10) at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Portland. HASLETT (56) Conroy 3 5-8 12, T. Mukuna 1-2 1, Bird 2 1-4 5, Peterson 5 0-1 10, Turner 4 5-7 14, Drzevicki 1 0-0 2, Miller 2 2-2 7, Hissong 1 0-0 2, Cooper 2-2 2, M. Mukuna 1-2 1. Totals 19 17-28 56. PORTLAND (48) Rowe 2-4 2, Personett 1 0-0 2, Smith 2 1-2 5, Brace 1 0-0 2, Clark 1-2 1, Snellenberger 1 0-1 2, Zubal 2 1-4 5, Lewis 8 5-9 27, Ham 1 0-0 2. Totals 16 10-22 48.
The Salt Lake Tribune -- UHSAA ACADEMIC Bear River; benjamin Nelson, Grantsville; corey Doolan, Ben Lomond; Curtis Jensen,Emery; Trent Tipton, Dixie; Neal Maynes, Carbon. 2A Boys basketball (3.98 http://www.sltrib.com/2003/Mar/03162003/sports/38697.asp
Extractions: The following student-athletes were selected to the Academic All-State team by the Utah High School Activities Association. The UHSAA names Academic All-Staters three times a year, after fall, winter and spring sports are concluded. Numbers in parenthesis are the cumulative grade point averages of each group.
Joe Netsfan - Champagne - Book Cellar #1 father, Donald Mr. Lincoln basketball Marbury, demanded school choices dwindlefor Russell, corey and Tchaka for treatment), and Benoit benjamin is horribly http://www.joenetsfan.com/NetsSeason2001_2002/Champagne2001_2002Files/joe_netsfa
Extractions: Nets Content: "Suddenly a ferocious grinding noise fills the air. It gets louder and louder, and then a teenaged kid riding a Big Wheel careers onto the court. He darts through the playground crowd, leaving a wake of pissed-off players, hops off his ride, and watches it crash kamikaze-style into the fence." Behold Stephon Marbury, 14 year-old phenom, making his memorable entrance into The Last Shot 's preface. Then it's goodbye until more than 2/3rds of The Last Shot After I read this book in 2000 I remarked to Joe, "It's amazing that Stephon has not been an attitude problem through all this losing." We'd ignored the loud warning noises from Minnesota Steph had demanded to be traded out of frozen Minneapolis and away from Garnett, a higher-paid star as pure sour grapes. But good lord, when Thorn shipped him to Phoenix! Some of the beat guys, held hostage by his moods for 2 1/2 years, spewed pure anti-Stephon venom (go ahead, read 'em in Media.
Extractions: Jerry Stackhouse, Rasheed Wallace, Ray Allen, Marcus Camby, Stephon Marbury and Shareef Abdur-Rahim. These players, and dozens more, would be suiting up for their college teams this winter if they had not given up their remaining eligibility in pursuit of pro careers. Some, like Kevin Garnett and Kobe Bryant, have skipped college altogether and gone straight to the NBA following their prep careers. This mass exodus of stars to the pros has created a parity never before seen in college basketball. More teams than ever have realistic Final Four aspirations. Schools are looking increasingly to the junior college ranks and to transfers as players leave early and recruits fail to qualify immediately under the NCAA's new and tougher admissions standards. The road to Indianapolis is wide open. The teams with the most talent are the teams with the biggest underachievers and the Top 25 is full of teams that have failed to live up their potential. The team with this year's most complete blend of incumbents, freshmen and transfers is the Cincinnati Bearcats. They are the early favorites to cut down the nets in Indianapolis. Here's a look at the Top 10:
2002 SONH Basketball Tournament > basketball Team. Phillips, benjamin, 29, Male, basketball Team. Poate,Ivan, Male, basketball Team. Porembski, corey J. 14, Male, basketballTeam. http://www.sonh.org/Sports/bball_results/a.html
Extractions: Athletes Name Age Gender Sport Abraham, Adam Male Basketball Team Adamovich, Heather Female Basketball Team Adams, Sean Allen Male Basketball Team Aldrich, Karen Female Basketball Team Anderson, Sean Male Basketball Team Anderson, Kristen Female Basketball Team Aultman, Dwight E. Male Basketball Team Avola, Carolyn Female Basketball Team Bacon Jr, Gregory Male Basketball Team Bacon, Nichole Female Basketball Team Badger, Elizabeth J. Female Basketball Team Bailey, Renee Female Basketball Team Baker, Timothy Scott Male Basketball Team Barker, Joshua Thomas Male Basketball Team Barry, John A. Male Basketball Team Beach, Nathaniel Male Basketball Team Beam, Christopher M. Male Basketball Team Beaulieu, Eric Male Basketball Team Beers, John D. Male Basketball Team Belanger, Heather Female Basketball Team Beliveau, Carol Anne Female Basketball Team Belluardo, Melissa Female Basketball Team Bilodeau, Ricky
Extractions: (1997-98) Corey Benjamin may be the best athlete ever to wear an Oregon State men's basketball uniform...a great leaper...known for his acrobatic dunks...his game improved throughout last season as he strides for more consistency...shot improved immensely from the beginning of the season to the end...shot selection has improved...was considered for the John R. Wooden Award top 25 list, but was not selected...played for the NIT All-Stars in Japan during the summer, and averaged 14.5 points and shot 59 percent from the field. (1996-97) Corey was selected to the Pac-10 Conference's and College Hoops Insider All-Freshmen teams...also earned second team all-freshmen by Basketball Times...he is the team's leading returning scorer at 14.9 points per game...led the team in scoring in Pac-10 games only at 16.0...led the team in scoring in eight games and in rebounding in three...missed the first four games of the regular season while the NCAA required him to retake the ACT test...scored in double figures in 20 of the 23 games he played...named Pac-10 Conference Player of the Week for Jan. 20 after scoring 57 points in two games vs. Stanford and California...named to the Far West Classic's All-Tournament Team...scored 20-plus points five times, including a three-game stretch against Arizona State, Arizona and UCLA. Fontana Corey averaged 27.6 points and 11.5 rebounds as a senior...USA Today second team All-American selection...Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West top player...Cal-Hi Magazine Player of the Year...McDonald's All-American...Parade Magazine second team All-American...led Fontana to 20-plus victories the last three seasons...averaged 24 points and 13 rebounds as a junior and 18 points as a sophomore...three-time first team All-CIF selection...attended North High School in Riverside with his brother Sonny as a freshman.