Extractions: 1999-2000 Big Ten Conference Only Statistics 1999-00 Big Ten Men's Basketball CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STATISTICS Through games of Nov 13, 2002 (Conference games only) SCORING OFFENSE SCORING DEFENSE SCORING MARGIN FREE THROW PERCENTAGES FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE REBOUNDING OFFENSE REBOUNDING DEFENSE 1999-00 Big Ten Men's Basketball CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STATISTICS Through games of Nov 13, 2002 (Conference games only) REBOUNDING MARGIN BLOCKED SHOTS ASSISTS STEALS TURNOVER MARGIN ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1999-00 Big Ten Men's Basketball CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STATISTICS Through games of Nov 13, 2002 (Conference games only) TEAM SUMMARIES ATTENDANCE 1999-00 Big Ten Men's Basketball INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL STATISTICS Through games of Nov 13, 2002 (Conference games only) To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team's games.
Extractions: HIT BASKETBALL 2000 PREMIERE EDITION PRODUCT FEATURES * Average of 3 autographs and 3 seq. #'d inserts per box! * Introducing VDP technology * No redemptions - All autographs are inserted into packs! * Over half the autographs are rarer "premium" levels seq. #'d to ensure HIT's limited edition * Authenticity Guranteed via Patent Pending process. Draft Flashbacks sequentially #'d to a max. of 500 PRELIMINARY CHECKLIST Card # Player Name Aut. Emerald Aut. Diamond Aut. Cut Emerald Aut. Cut Diamond Card ID Baron Davis foilboard die-cut '99 Lottery Pick Larry Johnson foilboard die-cut All-Star Jerry Stackhouse foilboard die-cut All-Star Michael Finley foilboard die-cut All-Star Keyon Dooling foilboard die-cut '00 Lottery Pick Schea Cotton foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie DeeAndre Hulett foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Steve Smith foilboard die-cut Sydney 2000 Brad Millard foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Tim Hardaway foilboard die-cut Sydney 2000 Eric Coley foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Scoonie Penn foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Antonio McDyess foilboard die-cut Sydney 2000 Pepe Sanchez foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Kevin Freeman foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Olumide Oyedeji foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Dan Langhi foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Ed Cota foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Jonathan Bender foilboard die-cut '99 Lottery Pick Lamont Long foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie Eduardo Najera foilboard die-cut 2000-01 Rookie
Autbklist.htm AUTOGRAPHED basketball 2000. PRODUCT FEATURES. * No redemptions - All autographsare inserted into packs! 650. 999. 2000-01 Rookie. A40, scoonie penn, 1. 50. 200.400. http://www.sa-ge.com/autbk00.htm
Extractions: AUTOGRAPHED BASKETBALL - 2000 PRODUCT FEATURES * No redemptions - All autographs are inserted into packs! * All autographed cards are numbered to no more than 999! * Authenticity Guranteed via Patent Pending process Rookies Limited autographed cards, only 400 exist. * Over half the autographs are rarer "premium" levels 1999 Edition White level aut. cards randomly inserted PRELIMINARY AUTOGRAPHED CARD QUANTITIES Card # Player Name M. E. Plat. Gold Silver Bronze Red Card ID Dalibor Bagaric 2000-01 Rookie Vin Baker n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Sydney 2000 Jonathan Bender '99 Lottery Pick Primoz Brezec 2000-01 Rookie Brian Cardinal 2000-01 Rookie Chris Carrawell 2000-01 Rookie Eric Coley 2000-01 Rookie Jason Collier 2000-01 Rookie Ed Cota 2000-01 Rookie Schea Cotton 2000-01 Rookie Baron Davis '99 Lottery Pick Kaniel Dickens 2000-01 Rookie Keyon Dooling '00 Lottery Pick Khalid El-Amin 2000-01 Rookie Michael Finley All-Star Kevin Freeman 2000-01 Rookie Gee Gervin 2000-01 Rookie Tom Gugliotta All-Star A.J. Guyton 2000-01 Rookie Tim Hardaway Sydney 2000 Jason Hart 2000-01 Rookie Johnny Hemsley 2000-01 Rookie Shaheen Holloway 2000-01 Rookie DeeAndre Hulett 2000-01 Rookie Antawn Jamison '98 Lottery Pick Marco Jaric n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 2000-01 Rookie Larry Johnson All-Star Michael Jordan 2000-01 Rookie Dan Langhi 2000-01 Rookie Lamont Long 2000-01 Rookie Justin Love 2000-01 Rookie T.J. Lux
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Extractions: from those little radios" Like the weather, everybody complains about TV sports announcers, but nobody seems to do anything about it. All you have to do is turn on the radio. Not that the TV announcers who have been reporting the NCAA basketball games are actually bad (though some fans get all emotional over perceived slights of their favorite teams.) It's just that the games are so much more exciting on radio. Last Saturday, we caught two NCAA basketball tournament games on the radio, and both broadcasts filled the imagination. John Rooney handled the play-by-play of Connecticut's 67-62 West Region victory over Gonzaga, and his voice crackled with the tension in the air of the arena, going up and down with the noise of the crowd, baskets made and rebounds snared. Rooney called one dramatic three-point shot, chanting, "He fakes the three. Takes the three. HITS the three!" Minutes after the Connecticut victory in Phoenix, Ariz., the scene shifted to Knoxville, Tenn., and over the airwaves floated the familiar voice of Cincinnati Reds baseball announcer Marty Brennaman. But it wasn't word pictures of baseball Brennamen was painting, it was the South Region NCAA basketball final that finally went to Ohio State in a 77-74 thriller over St. Johns.
Bucknuts.com Forums to be big ten player of the year before penn came along scoonie was a great player,but I m glad you are make him NBA ready, it s his job to win basketball games http://mb6.theinsiders.com/fohiostatefrm3.showMessageRange?topicID=4586.topic&st
Extractions: HORNETS First Round Team Player School Ht Wt New Jersey Kenyon Martin Cincinnati Vancouver Stromile Swift LSU L.A. Clippers Darius Miles East St Louis HS Chicago Marcus Fizer Iowa State Orlando (from Golden State) Mike Miller Florida Atlanta DerMarr Johnson Cincinnati Chicago (from Washington) Chris Mihm Texas Cleveland Jamal Crawford Michigan Houston Joel Przybilla Minnesota Orlando (from Denver) Keyon Dooling Missouri Boston Jerome Moiso UCLA Dallas Etan Thomas Syracuse Orlando Courtney Alexander Fresno State Detroit Mateen Cleaves Michigan State Milwaukee Jason Collier Georgia Tech Sacramento Hidayet Turkoglu Turkey Seattle Desmond Mason Oklahoma State L.A Clippers (from TOR via ATL, PHI, NY)
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The Daily Illini Online - Sports to become a much better basketball player, instead of a player who is just tryingto score. . Joining Redd at guard is James scoonie penn, who will run the http://www.dailyillini.com/nov_98/nov3/sports/sports07.html
Extractions: "There is a perception of Michael Redd right now. Hes a good player, but he scored a lot of points on a bad team (last year)," OBrien said. "I think that Michael now will have an opportunity to become a much better basketball player, instead of a player who is just trying to score." Joining Redd at guard is James "Scoonie" Penn, who will run the point. Penn transferred from Boston College before last season. He came over with OBrien, who also left the Golden Eagles after the 1996-97 season. The 5-foot-10, 175-pound guard was the 1996 Big East Conference and ECAC Rookie of the Year after averaging 13.2 points, 3.5 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game. He was also selected First-Team All-Big East while leading Boston College to the conference tournament championship. Redd and Penn might already be in sync with each other since they toured all summer together. Their college all-star squad finished second in the Acropolis Cup in Athens, Greece. OBrien looks forward to having these two play together. "Now we have two kids that other teams have to guard and be mindful of," OBrien said.
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Extractions: To do: Done. Done. Done. Done. Done. Not a bad list of accomplishments for a freshman. The Games, to be held July 3 -12, are open to anyone between the ages of 17-28, who has been a college student within the past year. The U.S. and South Korea will play a preliminary match July 3. Bradford will be joined in Spain by at least one familiar face. Illini forward/center Robert Archibald, a Scotland native, will hit the court for the Great Britain team. The two won't see each other in action until the placement round on July 11, if both make it that far. Rounding out the 12-man USA team are Erick Barkley (St. John's), Chris Carrawell (Duke), Kevin Freeman (UConn), Brendan Haywood (North Carolina), Mark Madsen (Stanford), Kenyon Martin (Cincinnati), Pete Mickeal (Cincinnati), Chris Mihm (Texas), Scoonie Penn (OSU), Michael Redd (OSU) and Matt Santangelo (Gonzaga).
Extractions: Navigation 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 98-99 Playoff Recap Conference Semi-Finals: Northern Conference (4) Ogre's Finest 216 (1) Chocolate City Chaos 164 (2) Hoopin' Felons 202 (3) Game Over 128 Southern Conference (1) Venice Droogs 166 (4) Winston-Salem Moravians 133 (2) Westside Ballers 182 (3) MicroBruins 137 Conference Finals: Northern Conference (2) Hoopin' Felons 171 (4) Ogre's Finest 138 Southern Conference (1) Venice Droogs 181 (2) Westside Ballers 181 High Scorers: VD - W. Szczerbiak 57 (Miami-OH) 57; WB - T. Murphy (Notre Dame) 52
Buckeyes Basketball: A State Of Wonder had the best coaching in the last 80 minutes of basketball I saw in It really was. Before the season, point guard scoonie penn brashly predicted the Buckeyes http://slam.canoe.ca/BasketballMarchMadness/mar22_buc.html
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Extractions: Hakim Warrick's decision to spurn the NBA and return to Syracuse University has ignited a firestorm of expectations. "I think we've got the best player in the country now," said SU assistant coach Mike Hopkins. "I don't think there's a question. He was third-team All-American (as a junior) and I think he'll be a first-teamer next year. He's got experience and leadership ability. Look at the teams that have won national championships. They've always had the guy with a great supporting cast. We've got the guy with a great supporting cast."
Extractions: Official Basketball Box Score GAME TOTALS FINAL STATISTICS Ohio State vs AUBURN TIGERS 03/18/99 10:15 p.m. at Knoxville, Tenn. Technical fouls: Ohio State-None. AUBURN TIGERS-None. Attendance: 23898 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Ohio State.................... 31 41 - 72 AUBURN TIGERS................. 26 38 - 64 * Auburn finishes the season as the best team ever in the state of Alabama * The 29 wins by Auburn is the most by any team ever in the state Auburn Media Relations
The Michigan Daily Online The center, which seats 19,500 fans for basketball games, is complete with one year,Michael Redd, and 1996 Big East freshman of the year scoonie penn, who sat http://www.pub.umich.edu/daily/1998/nov/11-12-98/sports/sports7.html
Extractions: What do you get when you cross one of the biggest names in college athletics with a brand-spanking new arena? Ohio State is about to find out. When the Buckeyes take the court against Oakland tomorrow night, it'll be at the Value City Arena, a part of the $106.5 million Jerome Schottenstein Center. The center, which seats 19,500 fans for basketball games, is complete with one toilet for every 47 spectators, 5,652 light fixtures and 12 miles of refrigerated piping (the arena is also used for hockey). Cement trucks poured 3,888 full loads of cement during construction, and there are 52 luxury suites that can be reserved for a mere $45,000 a year. "In my mind, I can't imagine a nicer on-campus facility in the country," Ohio State coach Jim O'Brien said. "I'm ecstatic to be playing in the new center." And, even though the Buckeyes haven't played a game in the Schottenstein Center yet, it's already paying dividends. "All three (of our new recruits) committed after unofficial visits, and I'm sure the building had something to do with that," O'Brien said. But the Schottenstein Center likely won't see a winner just yet. The Buckeyes finished dead last in the Big Ten last year, with a 1-15 record, and 8-22 overall.
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Extractions: COLUMN: Basketball lovers suffer uncontrollable urges to spout stats, give high-fives It starts with the twitching and shaking. It's that feeling that technology is your friend as you hug the TV and down one for the guy who came up with satellite television. It's the itch, the total obsession with free-throw percentage in the final two minutes of a game. It is March Madness. Many sports fans have become stricken with this disease. Its symptoms include nervous ticks developed from clicking the remote control too quickly and the urge for diaper dandies and super seniors alike to end every sentence with emphatic answers, baby! I know what you're thinking. "That's great and all. But how can I tell if I suffer from March Madness?" Well, the columnist is in, and I have devised a little test for all you out there suffering from college basketball fever. Think of it as March Madness (MM), Cosmo style. The first stage of MM is epitomized by behavior in public. When your TA asks you who the 15th president of the United States was, how do you answer? If you'd say James Buchanan, give yourself one point. If you feel the need to add, "He was awesome, baby! A real high riser!", give yourself three points. But if you follow that answer with: "Super, scintillating, sensational - he was the three-S man," and proceed to run around the classroom doling out high-fives, give yourself five points. The MM addict only cares about the euphoria of winning and isn't afraid to share it with others.