Pro Basketball 1996-97 Miami Heat Stats matt fish (M), 0, 0.087, 0.233, 109.9, 0.000, 0.0, 0.0, latter statistics and howthey are calculated, see the methods description at The Journal of basketball Studies http://www.rawbw.com/~deano/stats97/blmia.htm
Extractions: Scor. Poss. Floor RTG Points Offensive Player Poss. Pct. Prod. Win% Wins Losses Tim Hardaway Alonzo Mourning Voshon Lenard Jamal Mashburn (T) Jamal Mashburn (M) Sasha Danilovic Dan Majerle Isaac Austin P.J. Brown Kurt Thomas Keith Askins John Crotty Gary Grant Willie Anderson Ed Pinckney Mark Strickland Martin Muursepp Matt Fish (T) Matt Fish (M) James Scott Bruce Bowen TEAM Defensive Stops Def. Net Net Net Player Total /Min /Poss Rtg. Win% W L Tim Hardaway Alonzo Mourning Voshon Lenard Jamal Mashburn (T) Jamal Mashburn (M) Sasha Danilovic Dan Majerle Isaac Austin P.J. Brown Kurt Thomas Keith Askins John Crotty Gary Grant Willie Anderson Ed Pinckney Mark Strickland Martin Muursepp Matt Fish (T) Matt Fish (M) James Scott Bruce Bowen TEAM For the meaning of the latter statistics and how they are calculated, see
Pro Basketball 1996-97 Washington Wizards Stats matt fish, 3, 0.374, 0.956, 84.4, 0.000, 0.0, 0.0, the latter statistics and how theyare calculated, see the methods description at The Journal of basketball Studies http://www.rawbw.com/~deano/stats97/blwas.htm
Extractions: Scor. Poss. Floor RTG Points Offensive Player Poss. Pct. Prod. Win% Wins Losses Chris Webber Juwan Howard Rod Strickland Gheorge Muresan Calbert Cheaney Tracy Murray Chris Whitney Jaren Jackson Harvey Grant Gaylon Nickerson (T) Gaylon Nickerson (W) Tim Legler Lorenzo Williams Ashraf Amaya Ben Wallace Matt Fish TEAM Defensive Stops Def. Net Net Net Player Total /Min /Poss Rtg. Win% W L Chris Webber Juwan Howard Rod Strickland Gheorge Muresan Calbert Cheaney Tracy Murray Chris Whitney Jaren Jackson Harvey Grant Gaylon Nickerson (T) Gaylon Nickerson (W) Tim Legler Lorenzo Williams Ashraf Amaya Ben Wallace Matt Fish TEAM For the meaning of the latter statistics and how they are calculated, see the methods description at The Journal of Basketball Studies
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NBA Basketball Draft Homepage Golden State matt fish (UNCWilmington). 1991 Draft 1. Charlotte LarryJohnson (UNLV)(ROY); 2. New Jersey Kenny Anderson (Georgia Tech); http://www.hostultra.com/~lbrooks2/nba/draftlist.html
Extractions: Click on the year for a more detailed treatment of each draft class. 1999 Draft 1. Chicago: Elton Brand (Duke) 2. Vancouver: Steve Francis (Maryland) 3. Charlotte: Baron Davis (UCLA) 4. LA Clippers: Lamar Odom (Rhode Island) 5. Toronto: Jonathan Bender (Picayune HS) 6. Minnesota: Wally Szczerbiak (Miami of Ohio) 7. Washington: Richard Hamilton (UCONN) 8. Cleveland: Andre Miller (Utah) 9. Phoenix: Shawn Marion (UNLV) 10. Atlanta: Jason Terry (Arizona) 11. Cleveland: Trajan Langdon (Duke) 12. Toronto: Aleksandar Radojevic (Barton County CC) 13. Seattle: Corey Maggette (Duke) 14. Minnesota: William Avery (Duke) 15. New York: Frederick Weis (France) 16. Chicago: Ron Artest (St. John's) 17. Atlanta: Cal Bowdler (Old Dominion) 18. Denver: James Posey (Xavier) 19. Utah: Quincy Lewis (Minnesota) 20. Atlanta: Dion Glover (Georgia Tech) 21. Golden State: Jeff Foster (SW Texas State) 22. Houston: Kenny Thomas (New Mexico) 23. LA Lakers: Devean George (Augsburg) 24. Utah: Andrei Kirilenko(Russia)
Wyalusing Boys Basketball uncertainty ended for the Wyalusing Valley boys basketball team on matt Strouphanded out five assists fish paced Wyalusing with 14 points, followed by Zach http://www.rocket-courier.com/permanent/boysbasketball.html
Extractions: Wyalusing Valley's Preston Hitchcock shoots over a trio of Troy defenders during the Trojans' 55-41 win in the opening round of the District Four Class AA playoffs at Mansfield University on Feb. 19. Photo by Bob Hutchings. Rams Fall to Troy in Playoffs By Pete Hardenstine Wyalusing coach Mark Fogel went with a smaller starting lineup than he used all season in an attempt to stay with the quicker Trojans. The ploy worked early as Wyalusing held an early 10-6 lead midway through the first period, thanks to five points by Jared Johnson. Troy closed out the period with an 8-1 run to take a 14-11 advantage into the second stanza. The teams exchanged baskets through the early moments of the period. Leading 21-15 with 3:02 to play, Troy went on a 15-1 run that bridged halftime to take command of the game. While he felt that the smaller lineup helped him early, it was just a stop-gap measure to an insolvable problem against Troy. Trailing 38-18 early in the third period, the Rams were able to cut the margin to 10 points entering the fourth quarter with a 12-2 run led by Ben Fish and Preston Hitchcock with six points each. Troy was able to cruise home through the fourth quarter to advance in the playoffs.
Autographed - About Autographed member of SkyDreams network matt fish, nba, go fish, cba, home page, fan page, club,skydreams, airick, gary, jay, trev, autographs, basketball, cavs Category http://artmam.net/autographed.htm
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Men's Basketball - Harvard University Crimson 200304 Harvard Men s basketball Award Winners. Raymond P. Lavietes 36 Most ValuablePlayer Award matt Stehle (So., F, Newton, MA) Hamilton fish 10 Most http://gocrimson.collegesports.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/051104aaa.html
Extractions: Choose a Sport Baseball Basketball-Men Basketball-Women Hvyweight Crew-Men Ltweight Crew-Men Hvyweight Crew-Women Ltweight Crew-Women Cross Country-Men Cross Country-Women Fencing-Men Fencing-Women Field Hockey Football Golf-Men Golf-Women Ice Hockey-Men Ice Hockey-Women Lacrosse-Men Lacrosse-Women Sailing Skiing Soccer-Men Soccer-Women Softball Squash-Men Squash-Women Swimming-Men Swimming-Women Tennis-Men Tennis-Women Volleyball-Men Volleyball-Women Water Polo-Men Water Polo-Women Wrestling Stehle, Martin Earn Major Team Awards At Men's Basketball Awards Dinner Stehle named team MVP and most improved player; Martin earns sprit, sportsmanship awards; Norman to serve as captain May 11, 2004 BOSTON - Sophomore forward Matt Stehle (Newton, MA) was presented with the Raymond P. Lavietes '36 Award as the most valuable player of the 2003-04 Harvard University men's basketball team Monday night at the team's annual awards dinner at the Harvard Club of Boston. The Lavietes Award is named for the two-year Harvard basketball letterman who was a longtime supporter of the Crimson until his passing in January 2003.
Extractions: NAME WHERE PLAYING USBL TEAM Danya Abrams Spain Atlantic City Seagulls 1997 Elijah Allen France New Jersey Shorecats 1998 Matt Alosa Germany NH Thunder Loons 1997 Ron Anderson France Atlantic City Seagulls 1996 Adrian Autry Germany Westchester Kings 1997 Alex Blackwell Spain Connecticut Skyhawks 1996 Joe Blair Italy Long Island Surf 1998 Derrett Boyd Israel Washington D.C. Congressionals 1998 Mark Brisker Israel Jacksonville Barracudas 1998 Mylo Brooks Israel Washington D.C. Congressionals 1998 Quinton Brooks France Columbus Cagerz 1998 John Brown Portugal Tampa Bay Windjammers 1998 Troy Brown France Portland Wave 1997 James Bryson Spain Atlantic City Seagulls 1997 Keith Bullock France Connecticut Skyhawks 1997 Tim Burroughs Portugal Jacksonville Barracudas 1996 Adrian Caldwell Spain Philadelphia Spirit 1997 Eric Coates Israel Raleigh Cougars 1998 Norris Coleman Israel Jacksonville Barracudas 1998 Dallas Comegys Italy Philadelphia Spirit 1992 Art Crowder Finland Washington D.C. Congressionals 1998
It Takes A Strong Chef To Make Delicate Sushi in Cinnaminson, turns pieces of raw fish into art Sushi chef Masaharu matt Ito sshoulders are broad and his born to make sushi, not play basketball, he says http://courierpostonline.com/hands/f072903b.htm
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Matt McCabe For VP 1 sister (Maggie), a dog, and roughly 20 fish, depending on for the first half offreshman year matt made the He tried out for the basketball team freshman year http://in.sjprep.org/swim/mattmccabe/bio.htm
Extractions: Matt was born in Boundbrook, New Jersey on January 8th 1987. Over the next 15 years he along with his family moved seven times, to four different states, finally residing in North Wales, Pennsylvania, with his 5 brothers (Tom 07, John 08, Austin, Kieran, David) and 1 sister (Maggie), a dog, and roughly 20 fish, depending on the day of the week. For the majority of his life thus far (9 years), Matt lived in Doylestown, attending and graduating from Our Lady of Mount Carmel grade school. He decided to come to the Prep relatively easily, because of its great atmosphere, and challenging and prestigious environment. Not to mention that both his dad and his grandfather, and 4 uncles went to the Prep. So for the first half of freshman year Matt made the 1 hour and 10 minute train ride, then 20 minute bus ride to school... every day. He tried out for the basketball team freshman year, but like most of us he was cut. Instead he ended up doing Mock Trial, which went on to win the city championships. The next year Matt joined the prep swim team, and went on to co-found the Ultimate team in his junior year. Also in his junior year, Matt was elected homeroom representative, and borough council "Jr. Councilman". All through his time at the prep matt has played intramural volleyball and basketball, and outside of school CYO basketball and volleyball.
Extractions: Surf's Up July 21st Giant waves. I know it as soon as I wake up. We go to Katinas for breakfast but I am so excited I can barely eat my tomato and feta cheese omelet. First Mitch shows up in full traveling regalia. We tell him it is unlikely the dolphin will come today. He is willing to accept that. We wait on the dock just in case but we all know there is no way a hydrofoil is going to risk leaving the safety of Zea Marina on a day like today. Waves are breaking over the dock almost continuously and we stand for an hour admiring and avoiding them. Mitch still looks unsure and we tell him even if by some miracle the dolphin comes he'd be crazy to get on it. There is nothing worse then a flying dolphin in rough weather. Everyone gets sick. Sometimes it has to just sit floundering on the waves because it is the only stable position when the weather gets too rough. Besides, tonight is the ferry, a spectacle he cannot afford to miss. Mitch feels better and we go to the beach to attempt to body surf. The waves are pounding the beach and the people on it. Joan laughs at the idea of bodysurfing saying that the waves only break about ten feet from shore.
Extractions: Skalahori There are several large old stone buildings facing the sea. They look like fortification but we are told later that they were built in the 1700's for drying acorns that were used for tanning leather. "Not wolves but wild dogs that were brought over from England and escaped. Now they roam the mountains and kill the sheep." Adonis tells us. There is a beautiful old cafeneon on the opposite side of the square, deserted. I ask about it. "The owner became old and retired and nobody has come to express an interest in reopening it," Adonis says. I tell him I want to move to Skalahori and have my own cafeneon. He encourages me to do it. As the sun sets behind the mountain we get up to go. I feel capable of driving but I would rather do it while there is still light. I stop at the fourno and buy a loaf of hot bread for Aglaia's because the Xidera bread is of such poor quality. We kiss everybody goodbye and promising to return we drive up the narrow main street that leads to the top of the village where it connects to the road to Vatoussa. At the first opportunity we stop because everyone has to go to the bathroom. I pull onto a dirt road where we are greeted with a dramatic sunset over the mountains to the west. The sky is streaked with different shades of red and purple and when we get back into the car I am more intoxicated then before. I barely manage to keep the car on the winding roads while engaging Amarandi in a philosophical discussion of death. She asks me if we will all die and I tell her yes, and no.
Extractions: One of the more commonly used statistics in the NBA world is also one of the most misguided. The assist-to-turnover ratio has been around for years, even though it is obviously flawed and there's a fairly easy rating that's much more useful. Today I'm going to discuss Assist-Turnover Ratio's flaws and propose a replacement. Assist-to-turnover ratio has been put forward as a way to rate how point guards do their job of handling the ball, but it's clear to any fan over the age of five that the top guys on the list aren't the best ballhandlers. Let's take a look at the top eleven from last year: 2000-01 Leaders: Assist-Turnover Ratio (min: 1000 minutes) mcinnis,jeff lac 3.96 williams,alvin tor 3.95 johnson,avery san 3.95 jackson,mark nyk 3.78 brandon,terrell min 3.76 best,travis ind 3.72 vanexel,nick den 3.64 blaylock,mookie gsw 3.61 hoiberg,fred chi 3.55 stockton,john uta 3.51 bullard,matt hou 3.50 Jeff McInnis of the Clippers led the league in this category. He's a decent point guard, but I don't recall him getting a lot of mentions as the NBA's best point man. But at least the guys on the top of the list are decent point guards ... until you hit the Stockton conundrum.
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