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Friday, June 4, 2004 NBA ROUNDUP: Bryant's lawyers accuse prosecutors of violation
DENVER Kobe Bryant's lawyers are accusing prosecutors of violating a court order to allow a defense expert to watch DNA laboratory testing in the star's sexual assault case. Defense attorney Hal Haddon said Thursday the judge had ordered prosecutors to allow his DNA expert to observe the tests. Wednesday, June 2, 2004 Lakers' unlikely hero not celebrating yet
LOS ANGELES Kareem Rush just kept firing that smooth left-handed jumper from three-point range, and it kept going in. When the biggest game of his life to date was over, with Rush having played a starring role in a playoff game for the first time, he spoke like a grizzled veteran who knew the feeling. ROUNDUP: 'Victim' term barred at Bryant trial
DENVER Prosecutors, witnesses and other participants in Kobe Bryant's trial will be prohibited from using the term "victim" to describe the woman accusing the NBA star of rape. In a ruling made public Tuesday, state District Judge Terry Ruckriegle said he agreed with Bryant's lawyers that the term implies guilt. WNBA ROUNDUP: 1-2 record angers Shock Before Saturday's home-opening loss to Los Angeles, the Shock hadn't had a losing record since the first game last season. So now, with a 1-2 record, the defending WNBA champion finds itself in unfamiliar territory with uncharacteristic emotions.