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THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 21C In the Paint Heat Calendar TIME FOR THE GOLF COURSE: Suns coach Danny Alnge, 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." MarchApril 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. 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. ""c , 7 8 00 8 8:00 10 B OO 11 rWotrtt Knlcki Raptor SUN TBS UPN REPORT i TV: SUN - Sunshine. Shaded games at Miami Arena; All times EDT Late Friday Knlcks 97, Grizzlies 89, OT Conference standings ma mr Deb, ay 5 Bug im EASTERN CONFERENCE NEW YORK Mln M-A M-A O-T A PF Ptl Houston 43 7-11 5-4 0-4 5 j M Jnhnton 42 10-16 3-3 5-7 1 " ATLANTIC W L Pet GB St. Home Away Conf 43 4-13 2-2 3-14 S 3 10 31 5-10 3-4 1-5 1 4 15 31 5-9 4-7 1-2 3 3 14 1.1 0-0 2-7 3 2 4 Hardaway pals around with young cancer patients Oakley Starkt Ward Mint Cummlngs Child, x-Miaml 20 3-6 1-2 1-7 0 vt 1.1 9.9 0.1 5 I 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Wllllaml 'Ffjpri''" 265 37 80 20-28 1S-47 23 18 87 Total! WS 26-9 24-12 33-13 W3 25-11 15-20 25-21 LI 22-13 14-22 20-24 Wl 21-16 15-19 19-24 L2 20-14 16-21 18-26 Wl 21-14 10-25 18-24 L5 15-21 10-24 11-32 .704 .563 1C .507 U .507 1 .507 U .443 18'a .357 24'! 21 31 35 35 35 39 45 50 40 36 36 36 31 25 - ...... r r Ait CT 7AO Thre. New York New Jersey Orlando Washington Boston Philadelphia CENTRAL rerceni.y... r .-w, . -point goali: 3-12, .250 IStarki 2-6, Houiton 1-3, Mint 0-1, Ward 0-2). Ttarn raboundi: 7. Blocked jhoti: 0. Turnovari: 19 (Child 4, Johmon 3, Stork 3, Ward 3, AAIIH 2, Cum-mlnai 2, Houiton, Ooklay). Steali: 7 I Oak-lay 2, Cummlngj 2, Houiton, Starkl, Mllll). Tachnlcal fouH: None. Illegal detenu: 1. 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. BR CT Bh Mln M-A M-A O-T APE Ptl VAN. 39 7-13 5-4 3-6 1 4 19 38 0-2 2-4 3-10 4 3 2 49 12-24 11-12 3-14 1 4 35 42 8-19 2-2 2-4 5 4 IB 35 2-8 0-0 1-2 9 4 6 r Vv 54 17 .761 W8 32-3 22-14 35-9 49 21 .700 m Wl 26-8 23-13 34-11 45 25 .643 BVi LI 27-8 18-17 25-17 41 28 .594 12 LI 22-10 19-18 26-17 39 31 .557 14'2 W2 20-13 19-18 21-23 34 37 .479 20 LI 23-13 11-24 22-22 30 40 .429 2316 L2 20-16 10-24 17-29 15 54 .217 38 L4 10-25 6-28 7-35 x-Chicago x-lndiana Charlotte Atlanta Cleveland Detroit Milwaukee Toronto Abdr-Rhm Smith Reeves Edwards Mayberry Hurley Lynch Daniel! Chllcutt Mssnbrg 11 1-5 1-2 0-1 2 2 ii i.e n.n 1.9 1 1 11 1-2 0-0 0-1 0 I 15 0-4 0-0 0-1 3 0 4 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 0 4' 265 33 83 2 1 26 14 43 26 23 89 Total! That was tne 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, WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pet GB St. Home Away Conf MIDWEST Percentages: FG .398, FT .808. .Three-point goall: 2-11, .182 (Mayberry 2-6, Edwards 0-2, Chllcutt 0-3). Team rebounds: 7. Blocked ihati: 5 (Reevei 2, Smith 2, Abdur-Rahlm). Turnover!: 15 (Mayberry 4, AO-dur-Rohlm 2, Smith 2, Lynch 2, Reevei, Edward!, Hurley, Chllcutt, team). Steali! 14 (Edwards 4, Mayberry 3, Smith 2, Reeves 2, Chllcutt 2, Hurley). Technical 1 t.A i Tom D'Angelo Heat , . f W4 29-5 23-12 28-11 Wl 27-8 21-15 28-16 LI 23-13 14-20 25-18 W2 22-15 15-19 26-22 LI 12-25 6-28 11-30 L2 13-22 3-32 11-29 Wl 7-29 2-34 7-37 .754 .676 5 .529 15'2 .521 16 .254 35 .229 36'i .125 44's fouls: None niegai goion. i. 17 23 33 34 53 54 63 52 48 37 37 18 16 9 25 20 20 16 14-97 x-Utah x-San Ant. x-Houston x-Minnesota Dallas Vancouver Denver PACIFIC New York Vancouver 27 15 22 19 6-89 A17,630 (19,193). T-2:42. Olflclall-Dlck Bavetta, David Jonei, Kevin Fehr. Suns 89, Wizards 85 PC PT Reb Mln M-A M-A O-T APFPtS WASH. 45 8-24 1-3 1-7 6 4 17 39 8-15 6-8 2-4 2 3 22 13 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 2 0 43 3-13 2-2 2-7 13 1 6 a -JiMiHaMaiMiMaaill ii illicit ii lanaMafa i i pmiftacu nf Thw NBA .743 .725 .648 .557 .361 .214 18 19 25 31 46 55 52 50 46 39 26 15 x-Seattle x-Lakers x-Phoenlx x-Portland Sacramento L.A. Clippers Ll 30-4 22-14 31-10 W5 29-7 21-12 36-8 Wl 27-10 19-15 27-14 W2 23-14 16-17 26-15 L10 2015 6-31 17-26 L5 9-26 6-29 12-33 Ll 10-23 5-33 11-32 l'j 6'i 13 27 37 39 4-15 1-3 2-4 i s J 31 7-17 0-0 1-4 0 0 19 Webber Howard Davis Strickland Cheaney Murray Wallace Whitney Grant Eackles Tim Hardaway was right at home goofing around with patients from the Children's Cancer Caring Center on last summer's trip to Sea World. i i.i n.i 9-a 6 .211 37tt 56 7 0-1 0-0 0-1 0 1 5 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 1 j 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 15 G. State x-dinched Dlavoff berth. 240 35-89 10-19 12 36 24 17 88 Total! Saturday's results . .. cr. 90i cr 524. Three- TOP SCORER point goals: 5-14, .313 (Murray 5-10, Webber 0-1, strlckalnd 0-1, Whitney 0-1, Cheaney 0-3). Team rebounds: 11. Blocked shots: 1 (Webber). Turnover!: 9 (Howard 3, web-ber 2, Cheaney 2, Davli, Murray). Steals! 11 (Cheaney 4, Webber 2, Howard 2, Strickland 2, Murray). Technical 11:13 third; Illegal defense, 5:07 third. III- L.A. Lakers at Utah, late New York at Seattle, late Today's games gal defense: i. bvmbmmh a contriDutor ana a friend of South Florida's cancer clinics. "For a man of his caliber to take the time and spend the entire day with them, they were just in awe," said Lee Klein, CEO and founder of the center. "He is such a caring person. There is no way to measure what he means to these children." , , Hardaway has had several close friends and family members die of cancer, including his high school basketball coach Bob Walters who was like a father to Hardaway. Walters was not around for most of Hardaway's junior season after being diagnosed, but returned for Hardaway's final year at Chicago's Carver High School. Hardaway believes Walters felt he had an obligation to his star player to coach him one last season. "He taught me a lot about life outside of basketball," Hardaway said, "how to protect yourself, how to speak to folks, to look people in the eye when they are 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 talk to me because he wanted me to remember how he looked before the C3nccr." Hardaway donates $10 for every assist to the American Cancer Society and the children's center. "And you know me, I want my assists," he said. Last ma mr Reb Mln M-A M-A O-T APFPTS PHOENIX LATEST LINE 27 7-12 4-5 0-7 0 4 18 27 4-9 2-2 1-5 1 5 14 24 1-1 0-0 3-10 0 1 2 37 5-14 2-2 0-8 5 1 13 24 3-8 1-1 1-1 i I 34 5-10 0-0 3-11 4 3 I 35 6-13 1-2 2-7 13 0 17 32 2-9 0-0 1-1 2 2 5 Manning McOyess Williams Kldd Nash Robinson Johnson Scott That's what they are always hearing from the doctors, from their mom and dad. I talk about fun stuff." " I The Children's Cancer Caring Center combines both of Hardaway's passions devoting time to cancer patients and children. The center, founded by Klein 32 years ago, is a center for childhood cancer that offers free service and no state or federal funding. Nine fund-raising 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 who would not even respond," Klein said. "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." 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," Hardaway said. In one way, Hardaway is a big kid. He 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 see 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. 240 37-76 10 12 11 SO 27 17 89 Total! " - . .. cr. ib7 cr an Three- Miami by 8V2 Indiana by 5 Atlanta by 5 Orlando by 6 Pick Phoenix by 13 Chicago by 1 1 Phil, by 3 Portland by 8V1 Minn, by 2 Clippers by 3 Lakers by 9 Houston at Miami, 12:30 p.m. San Antonio at Indiana, 12:30 p.m. Detroit at Atlanta, 3 p.m. Orlando at Toronto, 3 p.m. Charlotte at Cleveland, 3 p.m. Vancouver at Phoenix, 3 p.m. Chicago at Milwaukee, 3:30 p.m. Boston at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Portland at Golden State, 8 p.m. Minnesota at Sacramento, 8 p.m. Dallas at L.A. Clippers, 9 p.m. Washington at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Friday's results point goali: 5-15, .333 (Scott 2-5. Robinson 1-2, Kldd 1-4, Nash 1-4). Team rebounds: 7. Blocked ihoti: 3 (Robinson 2, McOyess). Turnovers: 22 (Nash 4, Robinson 4, Johnson 4, Manning 3, Kldd 2, McDyel!, team 2) Steals: 3 (McDyesi, Kldd, Robinson). Technical louls: None. Flegrant foul: Rob- In jofllM3roiiii; 10 97 90 19-15 Washington 19 J2 19 11-19 pnoenix I ,nnn ,ia nil! T 2 07. OtfiClelS- Bennett Salvatore,' Jo DeRosa, Oee Kantner. Nuggets 97. Warriors 89 . a PT mmb M M-A M-A O-T A PF PIS O. STATS 24 4-6 0-0 2-2 2 2 10 ii Hi 1-1 3-7 2 J 3 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 Indiana 133, Charlotte 96 Chicago 89, Atlanta 74 San Ant. 1 10, Phil. 85 Miami 102, Milwaukee 77 Boston 82, New Jersey 76 Cleveland 88, Detroit 87, OT 1ando 100, Houston 75 6 14 17 4-9 8-13 4-11 2 Late Friday Trail Blazers 90. Kings 73 Conlon getting chance 1 6 0-1 6 2-2 31 3-7 2-4 2 1 22 8-8 41 7-17 Marihall wtnrspoon Oampler Boguo! J. Jackson Catfey Delk Madklni Fuller Ferreil 1-2 2 2 9 ic i.a 1-4 m r ar Bah 21 2-6 0-0 0-4 1 Mln M-A M-A O-T APFPtl PORT. 15 0-1 0-0 u-U l nlavfH Miami fans were 1-1 0 5 1-3 0-0 10 1-2 2-2 0-1 0 Heat 23 2-5 1-2 1-5 0 0 5 34 7 13 5-4 3 14 2 2 19 24 4-10 2-4 5-10 1 4 10 ii o.?9 3.3 0-3 3 2 24 Augmon B Grant Sa bonis J40 31 74 24 30 18 38 16 30 89 Totala Stoudomlre 34 2-10 1-2 1-4 12 Rockets vs. Heat 4 4-6 0 3 0-0 ll l'3 O'Neal 5 6 20 3-6 2-2 1-4 I 0 4 i.i 9.9 n.i j "percentage!: FG .419, FT .600. Three-point goali: 3-5, .400 (Mar!hall 2-3, Delk 1-1, j Jackson 0-1). Team rebounds: 13. ilockad Ihoti: 4 (Ferreil 2, J.Jeckion, M.r.h.11). Turnover!! 15 Ipo?" J Delk 4, Bogues 2, J.Jackion 2, Catfey 2, Marshall). Steels, 4 (Mer.h.M 2, FerreM wihrspoon). Technical fouls: None. Illegal i en n.n 9-2 0 3 10 Williams G.Grant Cato Crotty u V 3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 Miami (50-21) defense: I. FG FT Reb Mln M-A M-A O-T APPPH WHEN: 12:30 p.m. WHERE: Miami Arena (15.200). DENVIR it i.a (.1 O 2 5 11 37 7-15 7-7 0-2 1 3 21 Total! 240 36 88 18 ai w a " " "percentage!: FG .393, FT .742. Three-point goeli: 4-15, .247 (Rider 3-7, Stoude-mire 1-5. Augmon 0-1, Wllliemi 0-1, Crotty (HI Team rebound!: 10. Blocked ihoti: 7 (O'Neel 2, Ceto 2, Augmon, B Grant, sa-bonis). Turnovers: 12 (B.Grant 2, Sebonls 2 Rider 2, Ceto 2, Augmon, Stoudomlre, Cato, Crotty). Steal!: 4 (Ceto 2, Stoude. mire, G Grant). Technical foul!: None. IM-gel defense: None ' PG PT Reb I SACRA. Mln M-A M-A O-T A PP Ptl 3-5 5-4 3-4 J 3 11 32 39 4-6 2-4 u-il ' 0-0 0-4 7 2 13 39 5-4 Portion Elhs Garrett Goidwlre Alexander Wolf Newman B.Jackson Battle w ili (til 0.1 1 1 0 31 4-13 9 -11 1-12 1 22 3 2 0 2 0-0 0-3 2 0-0 0-0 0 11 l.K 9.9 El 4 14 24032 62 26 14 4 27 22 20 87 Totele The forward had 1 1 points and six rebounds against Milwaukee. By Rick Gold Special to The Palm Beach Post The Miami Heat have been plagued by injuries all season, and it has 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- chanting his name during nis breakthrough performance Friday. :'. Temporarily lost in the 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 have to get my leg back to 100 percent and get it 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 I came back and started getting involved in practice I just totally stopped lifting weights. Now that I'm getting back into the weight aspect of it, I'm starting to feel very strong again." cr. tit. cr 434 Three- 15 ' 1-9 M 0-3 J 0 2 21 2-3 3 4 2-4 4 2 7 25 4-9 1-2 1-5 J 1 10 26 1-6 0-fl M 1 I J 23 3-4 J-4 1-4 2 9 14 3-4 2-2 14 I 23 0-2 1-2 14 0 1 23 4-10 0-0 0-2 1 1 1J 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- tive-" Conlon's signing roughly coincided with the trade of Isaac Austin, so Conlon said he 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 Wiliiemson Owens Thorpe Richmond Johnson Abdl-Whd pndrbrke Stewert Centre Hndrcksn Robmion oelnt goali: 5-9, .554 (Alexander 3-4, New-JJien 1?1 Gold-ire 1-2, 45.ll. 0-1. Battle 0- . Team rebounds: 10. Blocked ihot!: 8 (Garrett 4. Eiiis 2. Portion, Alexander). Turn-overs: II (Portion J, Elm 3, Aiexender 3, Goidwlre, Newman). Steals: 11 (Goidwlre 4, Alexander 3, Ellis, Oerrett, Newmen, Settle). Technical teull: Nona. Illegal TV: WPTV-5, WTVJ-6. RADIO: WIOD-610 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 at Orlando Friday, and Barkley was ejected for his second technical foul with 9:02 remaining. Miami posted Its second-highest point total of the season In a 1 1 7-93 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 uniiCTflN ROCKETS MIAMI HEAT 24 0-4 0-0 TJ l 2-4 0-0 0-0 0 l 7 tenie: Nonr Total! 240 29 7T 13 10 in " " " ert in ct TO Three Golden Stole 24 21 21 14-69 11 28 21 25-97 Denver & ii hi ,11 nil t-910 Officials Bar- nit Fryer, Joe Borgia, Bennit Adami. 1-1. RiCiimono I-. I-- - Blocked ihoti: 7 (Stewert 4. Wimemson 2, S.cnmond). Turnover!: 12 IHondrlckson J. Johmon 3, W'lHemson I Punderburke 2. Thorpe Abdul-waned). Ste.lli 7 (W.ll.arn-ion Owem. Richmond. Abdul-Wehed. De-.r, Hendrlckson, Robinwn). Technical feull: None tllegel OtTni: NBA leaders Thrligh iaturdoyi gamw SCORINO M is 99 u ea rtland 26 15 17 21-73 Sacramento . i u ni-iAli Player, team O PO PTPTSAVO. Bruce Aiexender, Joe Crawford, Tim Jordan, Chi. 71 753 46 1 2010 26 3 NAME Dan Majerle Mark Strickland Alonzo Mourning Voshon Lenard PPG 6.8 6.3 19.3 12.5 18.7 NAME Charles Barkley Mario Elle H. Olajuwon Kevin Willis PPO PS 15.7 F 7.7 F 16.4 C 16.5 G 8.8 G O'Neal. LAL 47 510 257 1277 111 Malona. Utah 49 452 512 1417 24 3 PS F G C F G u 91ft 1M 23 4 Bnhinun. Mil 1 No. 8 FSU blanks Maryland; UM routs Harvard H I . . . n ai lire- Dniatar Aritton UCf Bonwer, Briftfton. Tim Hardaway Matt Maioney tt ill M m 70 SftS 37 W 70 0 VI 1S M 557 15 13M IS 503 3I UM of Florida Memorial (10-19). 70 SAO 70 S44 LATE FRIDAY" Reserve: Guards Brent Barry, Eric Murdock, Rex Walters. Forwards Marty Con-Ion, Antonio Lang, Terry Mills. Center-Duane Causwell. 431 1531 411 1505 i7a 1511 11 s 11 1 6AMI ONI Reserve: Guards Eman-uai Davis, Eddie Johnson, Brent Pnce. Forwards Matt Bullard, Othella Harrington, Rodrick Rhodes. Colleges ! UF 14. Tennessee 6: 71 S7t ii S2t 71 SM 100 000 S-l 12 I Sll 1M 1-1 11 Flnda Mmrial Nrthwl Jason Dill hit two homers as the Gators defeated the Volunteers in Knoxville. RIcK Gold R've'O aid Md'a Green, Montefteio S nd Cepmn W Monteieno L-Rivro 2B-NW Sirnd. Chapman. F M Aurarei. Ro-driOUM. Med"! 1. 1B-NVK: P'. war HR-NW. Rriwti; FM: Breio, PemoiHO CAMB TWO Special to the Palm Beach Post TALLAHASSEE Cen-terfielder Brian Cox had a career-high four hits and four RBI 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 Howser Stadiiim t5 473 SOFTBALL Nuggets' goal: 10 wins 7 37 Ml ml 71 tl 71 71 111 MO 1-1 1 M4 001 a-11 11 I IFAU takes two: The Florid Mmril Nrtt) and an RBI as the Volunteers (21-8) defeated the Gators (22-7) in Gainesville. Palm Beach Atlantic 10-3, Nova Southeastern 4-2: Steven Lostumbo went 2-for-3 with three RBI in the first game as the Sailfish (24-6) swept Nova Southeastern in the doubleheader in West Palm Beach. fV,o finol twn minutes of over- ft ichmond. Sac. Rice. Cher. Werner, tot. weDber, Wath. ftobmton. S A. Abdr-Rhm, Van. Hill, Dot. Fmtot, Dell. Iverwn, Phil. Duncan. S A. Smith. All. Milr, Ind. Baker, Sea. Rider, Port. Perton Sa. Alton. Wit Caeil. N J Herdeeray, AM. Dreiier. hou Warbury. Winn. Strchtnd. eih. Garnet Minn. Kemp., cie HOon, N T. Jon. I-At. W'HiamMft, Sac. Jmit. In Hill J. Vllil HOW MiHim Dt . van Sabon ft. Port. Cunt Tor Vackhom Dt Jotinton hi V Schrmp Se PjrrM LA. Jm.ffv Ptiil Bar, v how Cmpiei Pio Ar,.i G S Roor I. AC Pe-Wi. C ii fcc fxt J.W"OV LC HurTIf tfiatt! Owls (34-10) went 4-0 in the Buzz Classic in Atlanta by defeating host Georgia Tech 4-2 and Nicholls State 3-0. we m - 1 1 til aji an- ii warytand 7wi ! 110 103 I 1e 1 7 H 7 no o hi It 7 US lil lit 111 17 17 1 17 4 17 4 17 I 17 MS H 1 Wl HI 14 1 Mi 15 t 15 I 151 15 7 IS 7 St 15 4 IS 4 IS I 15 I 15 I I 114 1415 36i 1440 335 !J 344 130 1 1MI TOO 1741 144 1330 175 137 350 !J' lit 1130 151 H30 107 fn 341 177 70 1771 135 1335 33 174 ft Ht7 ISO 111 17 1177 17 1171 117 lilt 177 101 107 1103 300 int l' 105 in ioa 7 rt hi i04i lit 1041 11 1050 Ml I7 134 S4 155 '045 It! IC7 1 1 K'S 171 IC77 14 100 150 Krtl we iti a-i 1 1 MMMtl Ptn AnentK NichXH 5tt CAM! ONI 71 533 e am 71 t 7 417 t 47e e 4 ta 430 H 4 47 457 tl 41 t7 I'l M 37 at 3t tl 34 M 3M a 131 a ax tl 144 tl a tn 17 ! 70 M tt 7 m 71 M4 M MM I- 4 1 Ml 1W a- 1 Palm BmcA Atl Bl'dom Fwnao iti "d MM ie Schiat-fino, Hecmy (t) and Mann jb-nw up-on. Hom.r, Kaciyra FM Rodr.ouei. Armo. MR NW. Sund. Pennino'on. Lynn 4, Eckerd 3: The Knights improved to 11-21-1 with their victory against the Tritons (14-21-U . wi wi 'e-4 t s7lr4 i we w-i " Mam' R'lio lii H"i a"d S-b.i,on .. i' "" - Mi'r !J J L-MwWoon (I S; IB-t- SB.n-0i MR t B. Central Florida 4, Florida Atlantic 3: Matt Bowser and Dustin Brisson homered for the Knights (22-11) in their victory aeaint the Owls (23-13). ... - , t,..AM Rfl'1 'S UF sweeps double-header The Gators (26-13, 10-2 SEC) rolled to a four-game sweep of Tennessee with 7-0 an 5-3 wins Saturday in Gainesville. '. n roo.r S'oc. "T l,':.p'oc ,Vd S...-.'. ai i-oi"" t'' JB-u" JrO-d-iCl Gm.bW' FSU Co.l 38-FSU Otr HR-FSU Co Miami 13, Harvard 0: Junior Darryl Roque (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. "-! ) 7B-N LOD P LMtwmb il,, TwrTm-CUM 38 -P Cr tlWI TWO The Associated Press DENVER The Denver Nuggets no longer need live in fear of being branded as the NBA's worst team ever. One of the worst, maybe. The Nuggets got victory No. 9 Friday night 97-89 over the Golden State Warriors. That means the Nuggets "(9-63) can do no worse than tie the NBA record of 9-73 set by Philadelphia in 1972-73. Miller suspended: Reggie Miller was suspended for one game without pay for flagrantly elbowing Char-lotte's Vlade Divac. LATE FRIDAY Knlcks 97, Grizzlies Ef9 (OT): Larry Johnson scored four of his 23 points in UIV Ullui v .... time and New York defeated host Vancouver. Suns 89, Wizards 85: Cliff Robinson's hook shot with 112 seconds left broke a tie at 85 and Phoenix beat visiting Washington. Jazz 99, Mavericks 90: Karl Malone had 33 points as Utah stretched its winning streak to four with the victory at Dallas. 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. 111 n 11 $ I W 1W 1-1 I N lW,k.H ,,11. C r..m.,w aa moo 1 Su . ai 'd n iH) i Gimwt i2 2 1 DIVING Cai' w-Su" f.flO 4VOA4. Hltl'4 -H Moll" P C we a ew-t a J 5l t w-n il t re 'ca pct m Pieyr. i UM's Gillooly wins title: I'M senior Bryan Gillop-Iv won the 3-meter divng title Friday night at the 19$S SCAA Men's Swimming aid Diving Championship at Auburn, Ala. Co- Prl Hmr, IM Northwood 9-13, Florida Memorial 8-3: Shawn Kravel went 3-for-4 nth a home run and three RBI m the first game to lead the Seahaks (24-9) to a sweep 111 S'3 . .. F'"' S MVCMCC .5 H..f ! .7, i.-- .1 C 0!"" 51 L ...... li 7B-H v,.CT. l Ai. S' '! Ni U39 KT1" 3B-UM 57' mc --!, l Crew S Tennessee 7, Florid J 4: Jeff Pickler had four hits a0 4'5 477 Wl 3 l( 1 177 4 ' S 75 it 75 W 17 47 '1 r Kl 49S Dv( . S A AM win, ufc . v. n. Pot rb in" S A XClv Po i. t'i A'ic.a I -a jci-wi &' B.'rn C- !?! ifl Cioi.id1 -B ' .- iH l.-B..it" HI Jfl-tXF B"lcv Crow. Krfuwi FJ Dvt MR

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