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v s r t t c THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 2li5 f Heat Calendar In the Paint Upcoming game MarchApril ml REPORT SIGN OF THE TIMES: Donyell Marshall asked Golden State Warriors publicists to promote his candidacy for the league's most improved player. Unhappy at their effort, he hired an outside public relations firm. TIME FOR THE GOLF COURSE: Suns coach Danny Ainge, summing up his team's probable first-round playoff meeting with San Antonio: "I don't like this matchup at all, really. They have two big guys inside and they beat us up." They are single guys, and Saturday night is usually a night for single people." DEL HARRIS, Lakers coach, on his team's poor play on Sundays. TV: SUN - Sunshine. Shaded games at Miami Arena; All times EOT i-m;.?aE m. 5aLTm...&j 29 12;J0 30 31 7:30 1 2 8:30 3 4 7:30 Rockets CettJca Spun Hreta NBC SUN 33 SUN 5 6? 8:00 8 8:00 9 10 8:00 11 rWohes Knfckt Raptors SUN IBS UPN Summaries Jazz 106, Lakers 91 FG FT Reb Conference standings EASTERN CONFERENCE LA. Win M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts Extra Playing Time Hardaway pals around with young cancer patients ATLANTIC W L Pet GB St. Home Away Conf x-Miami 50 21 .704 W5 26-9 24-12 33-13 Fox Horry O'Neal Jones Fisher Campbell Van Exel Bryant Blount Barry Bennett 32 3-4 0-0 40 3-0 0-0 33 10-17 ll-la 21 13 34 13 26 1-1 26 6-7 0-1 35 5-14 2 2 27 0-4 22 3 0-2 02 2 1-1 22 I 04 00 New York 40 32 .556 104 LI 25-1115-2125-21 New Jersey 36 35 .507 14 LI 22-13 14-22 20-24 Orlando 36 35 .507 14 Wl 21-16 15-19 19-24 Washington 36 35 .507 14 L2 20-14 16-21 18-26 Totals 240 3164 21 30 5 23 21 28 91 Boston 31 39 .443 184 Wl 21-14 10-25 18-24 -Philadelphia 25 45 .357 244 L5 15-21 10-24 11-32 Percentages: FG .484, FT .700. Three-point goals: 1 11, .444 (Van Exel 3-7, Horry i , Junes i-i, Barry i-i, r-ox l-z, r-isner 0-1, Bryant 0 2). Team rebounds: 7. Blacked As a father of two children, Tim Hardaway knows how to put a smile on their faces. But to have 30 kids, all far less fortunate than Tim Jr. and Nia, clinging to Hardaway as they would a live cartoon character in a theme park, he wasn't sure whose smile was bigger his or the children's. CENTRAL shots: 6 (Horry 2, Jones, Fisher, Bryant, Blount). Turnovers: 15 (Fox 4. O Neal 2, Jones 2, Van Exel 2, Bryant 2, Horry, Fish x-Chicago 54 17 .761 W8 32-3 22-14 35-9 x-lndiana 49 21 .700 44 Wl 26-8 23-13 34-11 er, lampoeil). steals: II (Bryant 4, Fox 2, norry, uneai. Jones, van Exel, Blount). Technical fouls: Coach Harris, 4.15 fourth. Charlotte 45 25 .643 84 LI 27-8 18-17 25-17 Atlanta 41 28 .594 12 LI 22-10 19-18 26-17 Illegal defense: 1. FC FT Reb Cleveland 39 31 .557 144 W2 20-13 19-18 21-23 Detroit 34 37 .479 20 LI 23-13 11-24 22-22 UTAH Mia M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts Keefe 3-3 12 7-16 17- II 59 0-0 Milwaukee 30 40 .429 234 L2 20-16 10-24 17-29 Toronto 15 54 .217 38 L4 10-25 6-28 7-35 Malone Foster Hornacek StocMon Ostertao WESTERN CONFERENCE Eisley Russell 4- 1 5- 1 23 311 4-7 34 2-4 0-0 MIDWEST That was the scene last summer when Hardaway took 30 cancer patients from the Children's Cancer Caring Center in Fort Lauderdale to Sea World. The trip was a combination of many efforts, but none as big as Hardaway's, who has become a spokesman, a contributor and a W L Pet GB St. Home Away Conf Anderson Morris Vaughn 53 17 .757 W5 30-5 23-12 29-11 Totals 240307325-171242 21 26100 48 23 .676 54 Wl 27-8 21-15 28-16 PtrctnfMts: FG .521, FT .926. Thro- 37 33 .529 16 LI 23-13 14-20 25-18 37 34 .521 164 W2 22-15 15-19 26-22 point goals: 5-11, .455 (RussHI 2 4, Eisley I-I, Monis 1-2, Horrwek 1-3, Foster 0-1). x-Utah x-San Ant. x-Houston x-Minnesota Dallas Vancouver Denver Tom D'Angelo Heat wIT ' . ! , fr,s0,H. Win' Of yt3tliL "f "' '"n- V4f"1 14W . 1 ' -- - - -- - - Ttam rebounds: 7. Block ad shots: 5 (Malone 2, Keefe, Ostertaq, Russell). Turn 18 53 .254 354 LI 12-25 6-28 11-30 16 54 .229 37 L2 13-22 3-32 11-29 overs: 16 (Stockton 6, Hornotek 2, Aalone, Foster, Ostertag, Eisley, Russell, Morris, 9 63 .125 45 Wl 7-29 2-34 7-37 team 2). Steals: a (Malone, Stockton, Eis friend of Soutli Florida's cancer clinics. ley, Russell, Anderson, Morris). Technical fouls: None Illegal defense: None. PACIFIC "For a man of his caliber to take the 1 K L.A. Lakers Utah 19 21-24 23- time and spend the entire day with them, x-Seattle 31-4 22-14 31-10 29-7 21-13 36-9 A 19.91) (19,911). T 2 II. Officials- - x-Lakers Hugh Evans, Joe DeRosa, Jim Kinsey. they were just in awe," said Lee Klein, CEO and founder of the center. "He is 53 50 46 39 26 15 15 18 20 25 31 46 55 56 .746 Wl .714 24 LI .648 7 Wl .557 134 W2 .361 274 L10 .214 374 L5 .211 38 LI 27-10 19-15 27-14 23-14 16-17 26-15 20-15 6-31 17-26 Sonics 104, Knicks 78 x-Phoenix x-Portland Sacramento L.A. Clippers G. State such a caring person. There is no way to measure what he means to these chil 9-26 6-29 12-33 10-23 5-33 11-32 dren." Courtesy of the NBA Tim Hardaway was right at home goofing around with patients from the Crjlj dren s Cancer Caring Center on last summer's trip to Sea World. :'j Hardaway has had several close x-clinched playoff berth. friends and family members die of can Saturday's results FC FT Reb MEW YORK Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts Houston 79 7-14 0 0 0 2 3 2 15 Johnson 21 7-15 00 57 2 3 14 Oakley 21 0-4 0-0 24 3 3 0 Starks 28 49 0-0 0-4 2 2 10 Ward 27 0-3 0-0 1 4 1 0 0 Mills 27 3-7 4 6 3 5 1 1 10 Child! 21 21 0-0 0-4 4 1 4 Cummlngs 15 3-6 2 2 1 4 1 3 1 Bowie 13 4 5 1-1 1-3 1 0 10 Thompson 12 3-6 1 2 0-1 2 2 7 Davis 5 0-1 0 0 II 0 0 0 cer, including his high school basketball coach Bob Walters who was like a father to Hardaway. TOP SCORER Utah 106, L.A. Lakers 91 Walters was not around for most of Malone, 31 Baker, 17 Seattle 104, New York 78 Hardaway's junior season after being Totals 24033 78 6-11 14-39 20 17 78 Today's games Percentages: FG .423. FT .727. Three- diagnosed, but returned for Hardaway's final year at Chicago's Carver High point goals: 4-13, 308 (Starks 2-4, Houston i-i, Bowie 1-1, Mills o-i, Thompson 0-2, LATEST LINE School. Hardaway believes Walters felt he had an obligation to his star player to coach him one last season. Houston at Miami, 12:30 p.m. Miami by 8V2 Chiids 0-4). Team rebounds: 9. Blocked shots: 0. Turnovers: 23 IHouston 5, Chiids 3, Oakley 2, Ward 2, Mills 2, Cummings 2, Thompson 2, Johnson, Starks, Bowie, team 21. Steals: 10 (Cummings 2, Houston, Oakley, Starks, Mills, Chiids, Bowie, Thompson, Davis). Technical foul: Johnson, 7:35 V "He taught me a lot about life outside San Antonio at Indiana, 12:30 p.m. Indiana by 5 Detroit at Atlanta, 3 p.m. Atlanta by 5 second Illegal defense: None season that came to $6,950. He visits cancer patients throughout the season and in addition to the trip to Sea World, he took 30 children to the All-Star Cafe during the winter holidays. "It helps me deal with it when I see the kids or talk to them," I lardaway said. In one way, I lardaway is a big kid. I Ie smiles and jokes with teammates as much as any member of the Heat. All of his commercials and public service announcements are geared toward children. "When I sec these kids' faces and the joy on their faces. . . . Them being with me, seeing me, having fun with me, I like that," he says of his charity work. And when Hardaway talks to children with cancer, he doesn't talk about the disease. "I stay away from that," he said. "I talk about school, what you like to do, what you don't like to do. I answer questions. I never get into their disease. FG FT Reb That's what they are always hearing from the doctors, from their mom auij dad. I talk about fun stuff." ' The Children's Cancer Caring Center combines both of Hardaway's pas-' sions devoting time to cancer patients, and children. The center, founded by Klein 32 years ago, offers free services(' to children with cancer and receives no. state or federal funding. Nine fund-rais-.' ing organizations in Palm Beach. Broward and Dade counties keep the center operating. "I've dealt with a lot of celebrities I've tried to contact to fulfill wishes of many children, and I've had many wlro would not even respond," Klein sakj. "It's been so disappointing and disillusioning. "But Tim has been very, very special for us. A lot of sports figures can write checks, but Tim has truly given his heart and soul to these children." of basketball," Hardaway said, "how to protect yourself, how to speak to folks, to look people in the eye when they are SEATTLE Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts Orlando at Toronto, 3 p.m. Orlando by 6 Charlotte at Cleveland, 3 p.m. Pick Vancouver at Phoenix, 3 p.m. Phoenix by 13 It: 3 Baker Schrempf Mcllvaine Hawkins Paylon K ersey Chicago at Milwaukee, 3:30 p.m. Chicago by 1 1 Boston at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Phil, by 3 talking to you and when you talk to them. I remember he didn't want me to see him his last days. He didn't want to 8-9 2- 4 3- 7 5-9 6-12 5-9 3-10 2-2 1-1 7-9 1-3 0-4 1- 1 22 0-0 04 0-0 2- 3 0-0 0-0 23 0-1 0-0 0-0 Ellis McMillan Portland at Golden State, 8 p.m. Portland by 8'2 Minnesota at Sacramento, 8 p.m. Minn, by 2 Dallas at L.A. Clippers, 9 p.m. Clippers by 3 Perkins talk to me because he wanted me to remember how he looked before the cancer." Anthony Williams vVlngate Washington at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Lakers by 9 Hardaway donates $10 for every as Totals J404J 79 7 10 1 34 30 14 104 Friday's results sist to the American Cancer Society and Percentages: FO .544, FT .700. Three- point goals: 11-21, .524 (Payton 4 6, McMil the children s center. And you know Indiana 133, Charlotte 96 lan 2 2, Hawkins 2 3, Anthony 2-3, Ellis 1-5, Kersey 0-1, Wingate 0-1). Team rebounds: 5 Blocked shots: 6 (Mcllvaine 4, Baker, me, I want my assists," he said. Last Chicago 89, Atlanta 74 San Ant. 1 10, Phil. 85 Miami 102, Milwaukee 77 Utah 99, Dallas 90 Phoenix 89, Washington 85 Denver 97, Golden State 89 Portland 90, Sac. 73 New York 97, Vane. 89, OT Minn. 100, L.A.C. 98 Williams). Turnovers: 18 (Hawkins 4. Baker 3. Anthony 3, Mcllvaine 2, Ellis 2, Kersey, McMillan, Wingale, team). Steals: 13 (Schrempf 3, Anthony 3, Kersey 2, Perkins 2, Hawkins. Payton, Ellis). Technical fouls: None Illegal defense: None Boston 82, New Jersey 76 Late Friday Trail Blazers 90, Kings 73 Conlon getting chance Cleveland 88, Detroit 87, OT Orlando 100, Houston 75 71 New York Seattle U 27-26 23- FC FT Reb Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts PORT. A-17,072 (17,072). T-l ii Officials-Crawford, Joe Borgia, Rodney Molt. IS H4 5-10 03 Heat Rockets vs. Heat 2 S 7-13 4 10 22 2-10 2 5 3-1 13 5 11 0-2 Auymon B.Grant Sa bonis Rider Sloudamire U Neal Williams &. Grant Cato Crotty Late Friday Suns 89, Wizards 85 16 12 4 0 14 I 04 3 22 0 0-0 0 r3H WHAT: Houston (37-33) y r", 'l A at Miami 1 i FC FT Reb Min M-A M A O-T A PF Pts WASH Totals 240 35 8916 21 17 56 22 19 90 Hfl WHEN: 12:30 p.m. WHERE: Miami Arena (15,200). 45 124 30 I -15 13 0-1 43 3-13 3 0-15 31 7-17 12 3-3 7 0-1 S OO t 00 1-3 el 0- 0 1- 1 1-3 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 Webber Howard Davis Strickland Cheaney Murray Wallace Whitney Grant Eat ties 1-7 0 24 2 1- 2 0 2 7 13 2- 4 3 1- a 0 2- 3 0 0- 1 0 1- 1 0 0-1 0 Percentages: FG 393, FT .742. Three-point goals: 4-15, .267 Rider 3-7, Stouda-mire 1-5, Augmon 0-1, Williams 0-1, Crotty 0-1). Team rebounds: 10. Blocked shots: 7 (O'Neal 2, Calo 2, Augmon, B. Grant, Sa-bonis). Turnovers: 12 (B.Grant 2. Sabonis 2. Rider 2, Cato 2, Auymon, Sloudamire, Cato, Crotty). Steals: 4 (Cato 2. Sloudamire. G.Grant). Technical fouls: None. Illegal defense: None Totata 240 35 89 10 19 12 36 24 17 B5 , TV: WPTV-5, WTVJ-6. RADIO: WIOD-6 1 0 AM, WPSL- 1590AM, WACC-830 AM (Spanish) TICKETS: Sold out. SCOUTING REPORT: With Charles Barkley hurting and Clyde Drexler out of the lineup, the Rockets have lost . 2-of-3 after winning six straight. Houston lost 100-75 FC FT Reb I Win M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts SACRA. The forward had 1 1 points and six rebounds against Milwaukee. By Rick Gold Special to The Palm Beaih Post The Miami Heat have been plagued by injuries all season, and it lias taken a number of unlikely heroes for the Heat to reach the 50-victory plateau. The latest was forward Marty Conlon, who had 11 points and six rebounds Friday night in a victory against Milwaukee. Going into the game, Conlon had played in just seven contests and totaled 12 points and nine rebounds in 42 minutes. PJ. Brown's stint on the injured list and Terry Mills' ongoing knee problems have opened the door for Conlon, who joined the team in February after playing in Italy. Heat coach Pat Riley said he has been impressed by Con- played. Miami fans wer chanting his name during jus breakthrough performance Friday. " J Temporarily lost in thtt shuffle is Mills, who is still trying to get back to full strength after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery Feb. 2. Mills has played the last six games, but had. a difficult time running the court and was benched against Milwaukee. -I "I have to get my leg back to 100 percent and getjt ready to go," Mills said. ! Mills said part of the problem was he altered his workout regimen. "During the course of rehab I lifted a lot of weights,? Mills said. "The minute came back and started getting involved in practice I just to tally stopped lifting weights. Now that I'm getting back into the weight aspect of it, I'm starting to feel very strong again." J tt at Orlando Friday, and Barkley was ejected for his Percentages: FG 33, FT 52e Three-point goals: 5-It. .313 I Murray 5-10, Weober 0-1, Strickalnd 0 1. Whitney 0-1, Cheaney 0-31 Team rebounds: II. Blocked shots: I (Webber). Turnovers: f (Howard J, Webber 2, Cheaney 2, Davis. Murray). Steals: II (Cheaney 4. Webber 2. Howard 2, Strickland 2, Murray). Technical fouls: Howard, 1113 third, illegal defense. S 07 third. III-gal defense: I. FC FT Reb PHOCMIX Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts 7-15 1- 5 2- 3 4-f 1- I 3- 0 3-0 0 7 a-10 0-9 2- 4 2- 2 0- 0 3- 4 1- 2 0-0 3-4 22 12 00 00 00 Williamson Owens Thorpe Richmond Johnson Abdl-Whd Fndrbrka Stewart Dehere Hndrcksn Robinson Ion's work habits. "I'm encouraged by what I see in practice from him every day," Riley said. "He does all of the little things. He has a very unorthodox-looking game, but it's very effec-ave." Conlon's signing roughly coincided with the trade of 'saac Austin, so Conlon said e figured on getting some minutes with the Heat. Considering that Conlon is playing for his seventh NBA team in as many seasons, he said he has no complaints. "The game is crazy and there are a lot of injuries, so you have to stay ready," Conlon said. "It's exciting just being part of a winning team like this. I've been on some dogs." Despite limited playing time, Conlon has been a fan favorite wherever he has second technical foul with 9:02 remaining. Miami nnctoH itc connnH hinhnct nnint trttl f K , 24029 77 12 II 7 37 It II 73 Totals 712 e-9 I-I 5-14 07 I 5 3-10 IH I-I in a 1 1 1 -y j victory at Houston on March 5. The Heat have yet to lose to the Rockets under Pat Riley, having won all five meetings. DIRECTIONS: Take 1-95 south to Northwest Eighth Street (exit 5A). Go left on Northwest Eighth Street. Arena is three blocks on the right. Starting lineups Manning Mi Oyess Williams Kidd Nash Robinson Johnson Scott 3-1 34 5-10 3-11 2 7 13 Percentages: FG 327, FT 71 Three-point goals: 3 5, .600 (Dehere 1-1. Robinson 1-1, Richmond 13) Team rebounds: I. locked shots: 7 (Stewart 4. Williamson 2, Richmond). Turnovers: 12 (Hendrickson 3, Johnson 3, Williamson 2. F under burke 2, Thorpe. Abdul Wahad) Steals: 7 (Williamson, Owens, Richmond, Abdul Wahad, Dehere, Hendrickson, Robinson). Technical fouls: None Illegal defense: I 35 113 32 79 II 2 Tot ale 240 37 7610 1211 SO 27 17 19 HOUSTON ROCKETS MIAMI HEAT 16-91 JI-73 Portland Sacrament Percentages: FG 417, FT .133 Three-point goals: S-IS, 333 (Scott 7-5, Robinson 1-2, Kidd 1-4. Nash 1-4). Team rebounds: 7. locked shots: 3 (Robinson t McOyess). Turnovers: 22 (Nosh t. Robinson 4, Johnson 4, Manning 3. Kidd 2, McOyess, team 71. Steals: 1 iMcDyess. Kidd, Robinson I, Technical fouls: None. Flagrant tout. Rob-inson. II 13 third Hlegel defense: None A 15.675 ( 17.3171 T-l 54 Ottkiais-Bruce Aleiander, Joe Crawford, Tim J PS NAME PPO I PS I NAME PPG I F Charles Barkley 15.7 F Dan Majerle 6.8 - G Mario Ehe 7.7 F Mark Strickland 6.3 H. Olajuwon 16.4 C Alonzo Mourning 19.3 -. F Kevin Willis 16.5 G Voshon Lenard 12.5 G Matt Maloney 8.8 G Tim Hardaway 18.7 Washingten 77 19-M II-I9 1 No. 8 FSU blanks Maryland; UM rouls Harvard A-l023 (I9.02JI. T-2 07 OffK.als-Bennett Salvator, Jo DeRosa, O Kantner. Reserves: Guards Brent Barry, Eric Murdock, Rex Walters. Forwards Marty Con-Ion, Antonio Lang, Terry Mills. Center-Duane Causwell. Reserves: Guards -y Eman-ual Davis, Eddie Johnson, Brent Pnce. Forwards Matt Bullard. Othella Harrington, Rodrick Rhodes. UCF Bowser, Brisson of Florida Memorial (10-19). CAME ONE LATE FRIDAY Knicks 97, Grizzlies 89, OT FC FT Ret) FV YORK Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts Colleges 309 W0 S- 511 KM I- I 1 I 9 II I Fler.de Memorial North wood Rick Gold UF 14, Tennessee 6: Jason Dill hit two homers as the Gators defeated the Volunteers in Knoxville. Houston Johnson Oakley S'arks 43 7-11 42 10, It 4J 4-13 31 5-10 31 St 25 2 7 71 3-t 22 II Spf, ml to the Palm Ilea, h Post TALLAI LXSSEE Cen-terfielder Brian Cox had a career-high four hits and four KBI and freshman righthander Nick Stocks (2-0) pitched seven shutout innings Saturday to lead No. 8 Florida State (28-8) to a 10-0 rout of Maryland (8-16-1) at Dick I lowser Stadium. Riveroand VM114 Green. Montesano(5) and Chapman yV Montesano I Rivero 7B-NrV Sund, Chapman, FM Afvaret. Rodriguez. Vedmo 2 3B-NvV. Perei, acj-wera HR-NW Kravei. FM Breso, Pampillo CAME TWO 04 S-7 5-14 IS 12 27 17 I-I 0-0 Ward Milts Malone, Jazz top Lakers i ummings h.lds W'Hiemt Florida Memorial Nerthwood III Wl-ltl 244 903 i-tl 13 1 TetaM 2 17 M 20 2t IS 47 13 II 97 LATE FRIDAY and an KBI as the Volunteers (21-8) defeated the Gators (22-7) in Gainesville. Palm Beach Atlantic 10-3, Nova Southeastern 4-2: Steven Lostuinbo went 2 for-3 with three KBI in the first game as the S.iilfish (24-(j) swept Nova Southeastern in the doubleheatler in West Palm Beach. CAME ONE Prcenlags: Hi Ml FT 7e9 Three-pM goals: J II. 75 (Starts !-. Houston 1-1. Mills a-l. Ward 0-7) Toaea reOeonahv 7 Mckod shots: I Tanwvert: It (Chiids 4 Johnson J. Starks 1 Ward Mills 2, Cum-mmgs I Houston, owieyl. Steals: 7 (oa-fey I, Cumm.ngs 2. Houston. Storks. Miltsl TorMet hurts Mono Illegal axons: I tea tat t-t 1 1 91 tJJ IJ.-t II Maryland Florida Stat Baian. Fungo it) and Medina Schiat-f.no, Haihley it) and Mann 7B -NvV Upson, Home-er. katjwera. FM Rodriguei. Armos HR HA Sund, Pennington. Lynn 4, Eckerd 3: The Knights improved to 11-21-1 with their victory against the Tritons (14-21-1). ' i SOFTBALL ; ! FAU takes two: the Owls (34-10) went 4-0 in the Buzz Classic in Atlanta by defeating host Georgia Tcelj 4-2 and Nicholls State 3-0. FiernJa AttantK ant n t-l 7 I Nrchtls Slate toe Set 9-9 1 I UF sweeps double-header The Gators (2tS-l.'t 10-2 SEC) rolled to a foiir.-game sweep of Tennessee; with 7-0. 5-3 wins Saturday nj Gainesville. . 4 F6 FT Ret) H M-A M A O-T A PF Pts vast Ml Wl m4 t I m m - 4 1 mi m w-m m i PM( e4Xtl AftdYMtiC Ademennene, Corliss ttl. Mtfarting ,) nd SronowKl. Stocks. Kelly III. Proctor (t) and Saiorar. fc krttef men tV-Stocks fill I Auamennon (7 51 7B-UM Bronowtct. Omsovrg. Trout. FSU Bedeeui, Cash Coi 2 30 -FSU Otero HR - FSU Cor Miami 13, Harvard 0: Junior Darryl Koquc (7-0) allowed four hits in six shutout innings to lead the Hurricanes (27-4) to their victory against the Crimson (7-5) in Coral Gables. It 7 11 J- a g-t 74 t II 74 II I? 47 ttt I J 35 2-1 M H IS u 14 75 Ot It 1-2 H) 15 1-4 4 9-1 M AtMfr Rhm SmitS) Reoves f 4 '! MvDrry Hutle, lynch fjan.ets Ch.kutt Msbrg 1-t 1H 114 7-4 17. I I 2 I 1 1 17 The Associated Press l SALT LAKE CITY arl Malone scored 31 points to lead the Utah Jazz past the Los Angeles Lakers 106-91 Saturday. i Malone moved past Moses Malone into fourth place On the NBA's all-time scoring ijst with 27,440 points. Karl Malone trails Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain and Michael Jordan. Supersonic 104, Knicks 78: Vin Baker scored 17 points as host Seattle beat New York. Miller suspended: Re ggie Miller was suspended fir today's game against San .intonio for flagrantly elbow-iP Charlotte's Vla Ihvac (i ) 7N LopC. P Lastubo (2), Tefr usg JB-P Ctri (AMI TWO Knicks 97, Grizzlies 89 (OT): Larry Johnson scored four points in the final two minutes of overtime and New York won at Vancouver. B Nuggets 97, Warriors 89: Denver's ninth victory ensured it will at least tie the record for fewest victories in a season. Trail Blazers 90, Kings 73: Isaiah Rider scored 24 points as Portland sent host Sacramento to its 10th straight loss. Timberwolves 100, Clippers 98: Sam Mitchell scored 22 points and Minnesota clinched a playoff berth for the second straight year. Tetate IHHI1J1 MI4 41M 21 9 i) 9M 91 i I M Wt f 3 V t Pafcw cr. Aftvnt vitr. R.iio i7i. kapeiiusch ii end Sa-.nscn temp Muldoon iti and Aipano urf i2 ?! L-Mutoon tl S1 3B-L SaP'h-son HR -I Baer Central Florida 4, Florida Atlantic 3: Matt Bowser and Dustin BrisMin lit much d for the Knights (22-11) in their victory ag.tinst the Owls (2.'M.'i. J DIVING m pm m i Ml Mi-U 1 1 Hrvar Miami Percentages. Ii, M M tul Thre-pamt gas III. It) iMebrr Is t ti ds 0 I. c ltk utl 9 J) Team rune)S' 7 leefceal shots 5 i Reeves 1 sr"ti 2. Abduf- ah, m Turnovers: 15 (Mytrry A Aft-ur Rehim 2. Smith 2. lynch 2, Reeves, towards. Hurley. Chikott, team Stfvals: 14 Itowards A MavDerrr A Sm.ii, i Reeves 2. Ch.kutt 2. Hurley). Technvcaf taun stone Htegai deteme I o.muie and P H Bi4'-o Sullivan tai ad Cengas -Sutl.van it, I l-,imuie (2 1 I 7B N Motma P caiigas North wood 9 13, Florida Memorial 8-3: Shawn Kravel went 3 for-4 with a home run ant) tlnce KBI in the first game to lead the Scahawks (24-9) to a swiip B UM'S Gillooly wins tt tie: I'M senior Bnan Gillo-iJ ly won the 3-meter divn title Friday night at the NCAA Men's Swimming aJ Piung Chanipionshijis at Au-buni. Al.j (enerat ' tieri AflartSK tea tit m -a tt I tn Mt aat-i s I ( 7 ,. LfinCH. ( i anJ kKk O Uv" Poqtpc Pftpnd?s Hi f armf-r tt) Out-e'i () and Jc otc. (Vur W-oqt 7t L-Kaiyvas l ?8 H vatken. At ': HuM Statin Jwotrioii Ml U h Tennessee 7, Florida 4: Jeff IVkler had four Ijits tort IS 79 7 ft H- 27 IS 17 tt t v.'.v- A, .-0 S a d jot',- ' c-e ' K'yi li' 7. ad t'owdt e . svf it ;ti l-tn vl 7 l" F ven C'Ovd Jon'.w FAU Oovdt r - A If an iltioji T-J4! Ovttoan-Cca evetta. bvd Janes. f. I etw MtehaAsWeWesseskvAssstMaVa

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