Extractions: For The Sporting News The shot heard 'round the nation was not credited to a specific college player or team. It was not notable for the way in which it left a shooter's hands. Nor was it made at a certain stage of a game. All that distinguished this shot was a launching site anywhere behind a line drawn 19 feet, 9 inches from the center of the basket. The three-point field goal. For the first time since the 1890s, a field goal was worth more than two points if the shooter was the right distance from the basket. This radical rule change had many sensible purposes: To unclog the inside under the basket, an area that had become packed by a growing number of zone defenses; to restore the game's traditional balance, which had been thrown out of kilter as teams grew to rely on slam-dunking big men rather than outside-shooting guards; to increase scoring, which fans enjoyed. Noble though these intentions were, the rule was praised, cursed, cheered, jeered and hotly debated from the Great Alaska Shootout in November 1986 through the Final Four in March 1987. Virtually everyone associated with the game had an opinion on the subject.
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Celebrity 1000 Favorite basketball Player Poll Results This poll ran from December 23, 1998 March18, 1999. Total Votes 9223. Return to Home. Price, Brent, 5. seikaly, rony, 5. http://www.celebrity1000.com/onlinepolls/results/basketball/basketball990318.htm
Extractions: Jordan, Michael Bryant, Kobe Hill, Grant Pippen, Scotty Hanson, Reggie Hardaway, Anfernee Iverson, Allen Rodman, Dennis Barkley, Charles Garnett, Kevin Olajuwan, Hakeem Miller, Reggie Stockton, John Jones, Eddie Payton, Gary Duncan, Tim Kemp, Shawn Marbury, Stephon Ewing, Patrick Kukoc, Toni Robinson, David Allen, Ray Kidd, Jason Kerr, Steve Abdur-Rahim, Shareef Johnson, Ervin Drexler, Clyde Webber, Chris Nash, Steve Walker, Antoine Armstrong, B.J. Mourning, Alonzo Massenburg, Tony Stoudamire, Damon Harper, Ron Van Horn, Keith Anderson, Nick Camby, Marcus O'Neal, Jermaine Rice, Glen Van Exel, Nick Hornacek, Jeff Abdul-Rauf, Mahmoud Johnson, Larry Houston, Allan Sprewill, Latrell Baker, Vin Starks, John Stackhouse, Jerry Finley, Michael Williams, Jayson Russell, Bryon Wingate, David Abdul-Wahad, Tariq Dumars, Joe Grant, Horace Longley, Luc Kittles, Kerry Laettner, Christian Mutombo, Dikembe Chapman, Rex Edwards, Blue McDyess, Antonio Blaylock, Mookie
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Extractions: November 1, 1998 - December 22, 1998 Click here to enter the new poll. Michael Jordan - Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls have ruled on the court during the 1990s and have six NBA titles to show for it. Jordan has played an important role in this title run, which is evidenced by his six Finals MVP awards. Kobe Bryant - Kobe Bryant, the son of former NBA player Joe "Jellybean" Bryant, jumped directly from high school to the pros in 1996 and enjoyed an impressive rookie season with the Los Angeles Lakers. He also won the Nestle Crunch Slam Dunk and was the leading scorer in the Schick Rookie Game during the NBA All-Star Weekend. Scotty Pippen - Scotty was selected in 1996 as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. He was also named to the All-NBA First Team in 1994, 1995 and 1996, to the All-NBA Second Team in 1992 and 1997 and to the All-NBA Third Team in 1993. Grant Hill - Hill comes from a sport oriented family, his father was a football star in his younger days. He went to college at Duke and he became famous in his freshmen year when he completed a very bad Bobby Hurley Alley-Hoop. The ball was going in the third row and Hill grabbed it in the hair, when it was still going up and brought it down with the rim.
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Extractions: Conway Companies Index BASEBALL FOOTBALL BASKETBALL HOCKEY ... BOXING Chicago Cubs announcer Harry Caray, who took millions of fans out to the ball game on radio and television, died yesterday four days after collapsing at a Valentine's Day dinner. He was believed to be 77. Caray was hospitalized Saturday after falling ill at a nightclub-restaurant while with his wife, Dutchie. He died at 4:10 p.m. at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif. A broadcaster since 1941, Caray was immediately recognizable for his thick, oversized glasses and raspy, sing-along rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" over the public address system during the seventh-inning stretch. Caray was a broadcaster for the St. Louis Cardinals for 25 years and for the Chicago White Sox for 11 years before moving across town to Wrigley Field in 1982. ... After months of tough talk, Bernie Williams decided not to go through with his salary arbitration hearing, agreeing yesterday to an $8.25 million, one-year contract with the New York Yankees. Williams and the Yankees settled at the midpoint of the figures the sides had submitted. Williams had asked for $9 million, which would have been the largest one-year contract ever. New York had offered $7.5 million, a raise of $2.2 million. ... Right-hander Jason Schmidt has signed a three-year deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates worth $4.5 million, half of the team's total payroll at the start of last season. Schmidt spent his first full season in the major leagues last year, going 10-9 with a 4.60 ERA in 32 starts for the Pirates. ... Catcher
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Extractions: Amazing poster featuring the NBA's finest Lebanese/Greek import! This rare beauty is one of the only posters ever published of the former Syracuse Orangemen superstar, and features a rare appearance by Michael Jordan's backside! Marketcom posters, produced in the late 1980s and early 1990s primarily under the Sports Illustrated brand name, are noted for their focus on great photography, simple design, and the inclusion of facsimilie player autographs on every poster. Poster Specifications: Item Number: SC121
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Extractions: By John Paquette When you think of anniversaries, it's natural to get sentimental. You want to recall all of the fond memories. In sports, you also reminisce. The BIG EAST Conference is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year. You remember the great teams, the great players, the great moments. Some of the great conversations in sports can be picking your "all-time" teams. BIG EAST fans are no different. You enjoy the debate. Who are your favorite players? Who would be on your all-time All-BIG EAST Team? Fans have been voting for their all-time All-BIG EAST Team all season long at www.bigeast.org . As you may have seen elsewhere on this web site, Georgetown's Patrick Ewing was the leading vote-getter. That's not a surprise to anyone who saw Ewing play. The 7-0 center was the ultimate defensive warrior who helped the Hoyas play in three NCAA championship games and take home the NCAA crown in 1984. He's also the only BIG EAST player ever to be named BIG EAST Tournament MVP twice, taking the honors in '84 and '85. Who would fill out your top five all-time BIG EAST team? ESPN, which is also celebrating 25 years of existence, polled a panel of experts and came up with Ewing, Chris Mullin of St. John's, Ray Allen of Connecticut and Syracuse's Derrick Coleman and Dwayne "Pearl" Washington.
Extractions: Cynics will look at the days leading up to the NBA trading deadline and argue the league is going to hell in a handbasket. That may be true. But at least the league's players don't have to go to Toronto. Or Utah. Or any other team foolish enough to believe a player it acquires in a trade will actually report. A league under siege took a few more hits this past week. No one grabbed authority by the throat, choked it and threatened to kill it the way Latrell Sprewell did with Warriors coach P.J. Carlesimo earlier this season. Still, some disturbing trends oozed to the surface. Kenny Anderson and Rony Seikaly refused to report to the teams they were initially traded to (Jazz and Raptors). Members of the rookie class of 1995 the first under the league's rookie wage scale continued to be dumped as clubs feared losing them to free agency at the end of the season. The actions of petulant, spoiled athletes again took center stage, and a new, unsavory sport appeared: Canada bashing.
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