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I THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1997 7C Heat Calendar In the Paint Upcoming game NovemberDecember LUCKY 3s: Utah's Jeff Homacek (in 1994) and Seattle's Sam Perkins ('97) share the NBA record for most three-point field goals in a game without missing. They had eight each. I MUST BE DREAMING: Nets f forward Jayson Williams is excited about his team's first-place showing. "It's the first time , since I've been here that we've --; been in first place. We need some " more commercials and billboards. : It's great right now. This is too r good to be true." Whatever happens to this team, if the ship is going to sink, I'm still at the helm. I'm going down with it." MICHAEL JORDAN, on the Bulls MBft 30. 1 i J 7 30 4 ft 7:30 6 7G Casta SUN SUN 7 7:30 9 7:30 10 U 12 8:00 13 9:00 (M Hmfcs Paean Buck! SUN SUN TNT UPN REPORT TV: SUN - Sunshine. Shaded games at Miami Arena; All times EDT Heat might shift lineup to keep Austin in Conference standings EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC Heat W I Pet GB St. Home Away Conf ' Miami 10 5 .667 LI 7-2 il 6 New York 10 5 .667 Wl 5-1 5-4 5-2 -r New Jersey 10 6 .625 LJ 5-1 5-5 5-4 Orlando 10 6 .625 Vt LI 5-3 5-3 8-4 , Boston 7 9 .438 316 L3 5-5 2-4 6-7 ''Philadelphia 4 9 .308 5 Ll 2-6 2-3 1-8 ''Washington 5 11 .313 5Yi Ll 0-5 5-6 1-11 CENTRAL jJ Atlanta 14 2 .875 W3 9-1 5-1 10-2 - Charlotte 9 5 .643 m L2 6-1 3-4 6-4 , Cleveland 9 6 .600 4 W5 4-3 5-3 8-4 -Milwaukee 9 6 .600 4 Wl 5-2 4-4 6-3 ""indiana 8 6 .571 5 W3 5-3 3-3 6-5 -"Chicago 9 7 .563 5 Wl 6-1 3-6 6-5 Detroit 6 11 .353 8V2 Ll 4-4 2-7 5-6 V.Toronto 1 15 .063 13 L13 1-8 0-7- 0-9 Mashburn said shooting guard and small forward are interchange- able in the Heat's offense. j "The only difference will be guarding some of the (shooting , guards)," Mashburn said. Mashburn ; added that many of the small forwards ; he's been guarding Kendall Gill, .; Jimmy Jackson, Nick Anderson are really guards. Although Riley prefers continuity ; in his lineup, he's also one who plays ' his five best players. Austin has prov- en to be in that group during the first month of the season. Lenard has not. Noteworthy: Mourning's big- gest fear is favoring his left leg so much that it causes an injury to his right leg. "I've been coming down hard on my right side," he said. "I'm not really comfortable yet." Riley said Mourning progressed from Sunday. "It's all conditioning, timing, the little things," Riley said. "We're all anxious to get Zo back but I'm not going to, and he will not, be foolish with this." 1 . . . Riley said Lenard's ankle is improving and he should play Wednesday against Philadelphia. the switch easily. Although Austin's numbers are much better without Mourning in the lineup, he played 66 games last season with Mourning healthy. "Basically (power forward and center are) the same thing, it just depends on what side we run the offense," Austin said. "We'll be a better team with Zo back, he'll draw the double team, open up more shots for our perimeter players and we'll have two good post-up guys at all times." Austin, though, is prepared to return to the bench if Riley sticks with last season's lineup. "I can accept that, that's what I came here for, to back up Zo," Austin said. "This should not be an ego thing." Brown played small forward for three seasons in New Jersey, two of them with Derrick Coleman as the power forward. Brown, though, loses some effectiveness on the boards as a three and must improve his short jump shot. By Torn D'Angelo Palm Beach Post Staff Writer MIAMI With Alonzo Mourning regaining his health and Voshon Le-nard's game and ankle ailing, the Miami Heat practiced with what could prove to be their most effective lineup Monday. Mourning participated in his first full workout since undergoing preseason knee surgery. With Lenard out because of a sprained ankle, Mourning was joined by Isaac Austin, PJ. Brown, Jamal Mashburn and Tim Hardaway. Austin, Brown and Mashburn each moved over one spot from the regular positions to accommodate Mourning. "That lineup could make us a lot better," Mashburn said. Said Austin: "It could be an advantage or it could be a disadvantage if we play teams that are small and quick." The advantage, though, could far outweigh any disadvantage. By substituting Mourning for Lenard, the Heat improve significantly on offense, defense and rebounding. That lineup would be one of the biggest in the league with a 6-foot-8 shooting guard (Mashburn), 6-11 small forward (Brown) and 6-10 power forward (Austin). Hardaway (6-0) and Mourning (6-10), though, are undersized at their positions. Keeping Austin in the lineup could be the biggest benefit, based on his play in Mourning's absence. Heat coach Pat Riley refuses to look ahead, at least publicly, to the day when Mourning returns. Mourning still favors his left knee and is not in game condition. But Riley did say Mourning's return will make the Heat deeper. Riley, though, has been thinking about that day from the time he released Todd Day, saying then the shooting guard spot was becoming too crowded with Mashburn seeing time there. Now, he must determine if those players switching positions will be as effective, although each has experience at several positions. Austin and Brown should make WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST W L Pet GB St. Home Away Conf Utah 10 6 .625 W5 7-2 3-4 9-5 Houston 8 5 .615 Vi W5 4-3 4-2 5-4 San Antonio 9 7 .563 1 Ll 5-4 4-3 7-4 Minnesota 7 8 .467 2V Wl 3-4 4-4 6-6 Vancouver 7 11 .389 4 Wl 5-2 2-9 4-8 Dallas 4 11 .267 SVi Ll 2-7 2-4 3-9 Denver 1 12 .077 7 Wl 1-5 0-7. 1-7 PACIFIC Wl 7-0 6-2 10-0 W7 8-1 5-2 6-2 Ll 6-2 3-1 5-1 Ll 3-3 7-2 7-3 L3 4-5 1-6 3-6 L2 1-6 1-8 2-7 L4 0-5 1-8 1-8 .867 .813 .750 .667 .313 .125 .071 13 13 9 10 5 2 1 L.A. Lakers Seattle Phoenix ...Portland Sacramento L.A. Clippers Golden St. 2 2!6 8 11 11 This week's polls AP Women's Top 25 Duke acts like No. 1 with 58 -point victory Pippen 'betraying' Jordan, Jackson n. Monday's results b it . The Top Twenty Five teams In The Associated Press' 1997-98 women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 30, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last ranking: TOP SCORER Record Pts Pv Malone, 19 vUtah 100, New Jersey 95 , Today's games 1,000 943 915 896 795 765 689 Palm Beach Post Wire Services DURHAM, N.C. Elton Brand scored 18 points to lead five players in double figures as unbeaten Duke (6-0) celebrated its No. 1 ranking Monday night with a 98-40 defeat of South Carolina State (0-2). College basketball LATEST LINE 687 636 10 Today's games STATE MEN: FAU at Florida St., 7 p.m.; Rutgers at Miami, 7:30 p.m. . AREA MEN: PBAatCal. State-Bakersfield, 7:30 p.m.; 1RCC at Daytona Beach CC, 7:30 p.m. AREA WOMEN: Valencia CC at IRCC, 6 p.m. 1. Tennessee (40) 6-0 2. Old Dominion 4-0 3. Connecticut 6-0 4. Louisiana Tech 3-1 5. Vanderbilt 4-0 6. Illinois 3-1 7. North Carolina 4-1 8. Texas Tech 3-1 V. Virginia 5-0 10. Georgia 3-0 11. Arizona 1-0 12. Nebraska 6-1 13. Florida 4-2 U.Stanford 1-3 15. Duke 4-1 16. Colorado 3-0 17. W. Kentucky 6-1 18. Auburn 3-0 19. Wisconsin 4-0 20. Arkansas 5-0 21. Alabama 3-2 22. Tulane 2-1 23. Stephen F.Austin ... 2-2 24. Washington 3-0 25. N. Carolina St 6-0 Sacramento at Charlotte, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte by 1 2 -: Seattle at Washington, 8 p.m. Seattle by 3 i 1 Phoenix at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Milwaukee by 3 -Atlanta at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Atlanta by lO'a Denver at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Houston by 9 N.Y. at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Pk ,; Orlando at Portland, 10 p.m. Portland by 6 586 13 543 12 513 14 506 S 425 11 399 15 397 16 389 22 367 18 316 23 295 24 171 17 141 21 136 19 99 - 72 - 8C Scores Sunday's results Ind. 101, Phil. 89 Atl. 108, San Ant. 96 Van. 97, Detroit 95 Sea. 103, Orl. 81 N.J. 87, Sac. 73 Lakers 105, Tor. 99 -'j in I? Wednesday's games Lakers at Den., 8 p.m. Tor. at Utah, 9 p.m. Orl. at Van., 10 p.m. Cle. at Gldn St., 10:30 p.m. i- Phil, at Miami, 7:30 p.m. ,r Chi. at Bos., 7 p.m. . Sea. at NJ.,-7:30 p.m. Pho. at Det., 7:30 p.m. v Ind. at Min., 8 p.m. AP Men's Top 25 - The top 25 teams in The Associated Press' men's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 30, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1. Duke (31) 5-0 1,695 3 2. Kansas (28) 6-0 1,678 2 3. North Carolina (11) .. 6-0 1,657 4 4. Arizona 4-1 1,519 1 5. South Carolina 2-0 1,381 5 6. Purdue 5-1 1,360 6 7. Kentucky 4-1 1,265 8 8. New Mexico 5-0 1,246 10 9. Xavier 3-0 1,216 9 10. Iowa 3-0 1,013 14 11. Utah 5-0 955 16 12. Stanford 4-0 900 15 13. Connecticut 5-1 801 11 14. Mississippi 3-0 782 17 15. UCLA 2-1 764 7 16. Fresno St 3-1 601 12 17. Clemson 3-2 444 13 18. Arkansas 4-0 393 - 19. Florida St 4-1 388 - 20. Temple 2-1 379 20 21. Georgia 5-1 372 22 22. Georgia Tech 4-0 285 - 23. Maryland 3-1 230 24 24. Wake Forest 5-0 226 - 25. Princeton 4-0 176 - Late Sunday Nets 87, Kings 73 name: Staples Inc. agreed to pay a record $100 million to have a new arena in Los Angeles named after the office supply retail chain for the next 20 years. The 20,000-seat, $300 million Staples Arena is scheduled to open in the autumn of 1999 and will be home of the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Kings, who will move out of the Great Western Forum. Jazz 100, Nets 95: Karl Malone scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as host Utah fought off New Jersey for its fifth straight win. The Jazz held New Jersey to just three field goals in the fourth quarter and made several clutch free throws down the stretch to preserve their seventh straight win over the Nets. Sam Cassell had 26 points and 10 assists for New Jersey before fouling out. B Duncan wins award: San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan, the first pick in the NBA draft, was named rookie of the month. The Spurs' forward averaged 15.2 points, 11.1 rebounds, 2.56 blocked shots and 1.9 assists in 35.4 minutes. Utah's Karl Malone, who averaged a league-high 32.0 points, 11.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.33 blocked shots, was named NBA player of the week. B Grand opening: The new $200 million MCI Center in Washington opens today with ribbon cuttings and a parade throughout the day, followed by the Wizards-Seattle SuperSonics game, with President Clinton among the 20,000 fans in attendance. LATE SUNDAY B Lakers 105, Raptors 99: Eddie Jones scored 11 of his 32 points in the first quarter as host Los Angeles started fast before having to hold off Toronto. Lakers 105, Raptors 99 FG FT Reb TORONTO Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Ptl Palm Beach Post Wire Services DEERFIELD, 111. Phil Jackson and Michael Jordan say they feel betrayed by Scottie Pippen, who has said he'll never again play for the Chicago Bulls. Jackson said Monday that the Bulls have recovered from the initial shock of Pippen's public trade demand last week. But the coach also said there might be lingering resentment even if the All-Star forward changes his mind and returns to the team he helped win five NBA titles. "It's all right to hold it against Scottie," Jackson said. "We care about Scottie, but we're going to hold this against Scottie because he's walking out on us, there's no doubt about that. "Some things are personal and some things are public. Publicly, we like Scottie, but personally there's always going to be a . . . residual effect of having gone to bat for Scottie." Jordan didn't talk to reporters Monday but said after Saturday's game that he was "disappointed, very disappointed, that (Pippen) hasn't been able to put aside his dealings with management." Pippen claims that General Manager Jerry Krause and owner Jerry Reinsdorf haven't respected him by dangling him as trade bait, most recently last June, and by paying him only about $2.7 million this season under terms of a contract extension he signed in 1991. Considered one of the NBA's 50 greatest players ever, Pippen is ranked 122nd on this year's salary list. Pippen, who hasn't played this season after undergoing foot surgery, is expected to be healthy in two to four weeks but has said he won't wear a Bulls uniform again. B L.A. arena gets FG FT Rb Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts V.i N.J. 0- 0 1-4 5 1- 2 2-9 0 4- 4-13 1 2- 2 2-4 0 32 12-21 27 0-1 38 3-8 20 Ml 32 5-19 27 2-10 17 3-5 1- 2 2 2- 4 4 3- 9 1 0-4 1 0-4 11 2-7 4 2- 3 3 3- 3 0 0-0 1 42 11-17 37 7-14 23 5-6 34 3-11 41 2-13 24 3-4 25 111 13 1-3 I 0-0 Wallace Slater P.Jones Christie Stoudamlra Miller Respert Rogers Garner 0-3 11 Gill Cage Williams Kittlas Cassell Edwards Douglas Galling Benoit McDanlel Haley 1-5 1- 1 2- 4 2- 4 3- 5 0-0 24040 81 16-21 13 38 27 28 99 Totals The Blue Devils won their 109th non-conference game in Cameron Indoor Stadium dating to February 1983. Duke has lost two games to non-Atlantic Coast Conference competition in that stretch. S. CAROLINA ST. (0-2) - Burnett 2-11 0-0 4, Neis 3-4 0-0 6, Waller 2-3 3-6 7, Blakney 3-14 04 6, Brown 3-7 0-0 6, Davis 1-2 2-2 4, Jones 1-8 3-4 5, Alston 1-1 0-0 2, Jackson 0-0 0- 0 0, Gilliard 0-0 0-0 0, Dixon 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 16-50 8-12 40. DUKE (6-0) - Chappell 4-8 2-2 13, Battler 7-10 1-3 15, Brand 6-7 6-8 18, Woiciechowsk! 1- 3 0-0 3, Langdon 5-8 3-4 17, McLeod 04 2-2 2, Avery 3-6 0-0 7, Burgess 7-11 2-4 16, Dom-zalski 1-2 3-5 5, Heaps 0-0 0-0 0, Simpson 0-0 0-0 0, Singleton 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 34-62 21-30 98. Half time-Duke 45, S.C. State 34. Three-point goals-S.C. State 0-11 (Blakney 0-4, Jones 0-3, Burnett 0-2, Brown 0-2), Duke 9-22 (Langdon 4-6, Chappell 3-6, Wolcie-chowski 1-3, Avery 1-3, Battier 0-1, Burgess 0-1, McLeod 0-2). Fouled out-Neis. Re-bounds-S.C. State 29 (Blakney 7), Duke 39 (Brand 8). Assists-S.C. State 6 (Blakney 5), Duke 22 (Avery 9). Total fouls-S.C. State 24, Duke 14. A-9,314. B No. 5 South Carolina 72, Belmont 61: BJ McKie scored 17, points the fifth-ranked Gamecocks (3-0) had its first 3-0 start in nine years with a win over the Bruins (1-3) in Columbia, S.C. BELMONT (1-4) - Stegar 5-8 M 13, Goode 2-10 0-0 5, Lathrem 1-6 0-0 2, Doss 1-4 0- 0 3, Lannln 5-15 2-2 15, Wyrick 0-0 0-0 0, Webb 3-9 0-0 8, Couey 1-6 1-1 3, Kees 6-6 0-0 12, Karnes 0-2 0-D 0. Totals 24-66 3-3 61. SOUTH CAROLINA (34) - Gallman 3-9 1- 4 7, Stack 5-8 2-3 12, McKie 5-12 7-10 17, Watson 5-11 0-0 11, Davis 2-9 0-0 4, Ross 3-4 0-0 8, Rouse 0-1 0-0 0, Johnson 4-6 3-8 11, Formanek 1-1 04 2, Grant 04 0-0 0. Totals 28-61 13-25 72. Half lime South Carolina 41, Belmont 34. Three-point goals Belmont 10-31 (Stegar 3-4, Lannin 3-11, Webb 2-5, Doss 1-2, Goode 1-4, Lathrem 0-1, Karnes 0-1, Couey 0- 3), South Carolina 3-13 (Ross 2-3, Watson 1- 4, Rouse 0-1, McKie 0-2, Davis 0-3). Fouled out None. Rebounds Belmont 35 (Kees 6), South Carolina 45 (Gallman 9). Assists-Belmont 19 (Stegar 7), South Carolina 12 (Watson 4). Total fouls-Belmont 18, South Carolina 7. A-6,540. BFSU No. 19: Florida State, which finished second to Kansas in last week's Preseason NIT, moved into the AP Top 25 rankings at No. 19 in the poll released Monday. 24037-9311-2018 54 24 21 87 Totals Duke (5-0) jumped from No. 3 to No. 1 for the first.' time since January 1994. The Blue Devils are one of seven ACC teams in the Top 25, something that has happened only once before since the poll started during the 1948-49 season. The Big Ten had seven teams ranked in the Jan. 11, 1993 poll with Michigan the highest ranked team at No. 2. STATE B Lynn 95, Nova Southeastern 72: Senior guards Jarron Jones (21) and Coy Patterson combined for 41 points for the. Knights (4-1) in their win against Nova (4-4) in Davie. ' WOMEN'S TOP 25 B No. 22 Tulane 101, S. Alabama 38: Grace Daley scored 21 points as the Green Wave (4-1) matched their largest victory margin ever with a 63-point victory over the Jaguars (1-3) in New Orleans. B Tennessee unanimous: Tennessee, Old Do-, minion, Connecticut and Louisiana Tech remained the top four teams in The Associated Press women's' basketball poll Monday, with Tennessee once more a unanimous No. 1. Florida fell from No. 5 to No. 12. Percentages: FG .494, FT .762. Three-point goals: 3-10, .300 (Respert 3-4, Christie 0-3, Stoudamlre 0-3). Team rebounds: 6. Blocked shots: 1 (Miller). Turnovers: 24 (Stoudamlre 6, Miller 6, Slater 4, P.Jones 2, Wallace, Christie, Rogers, team 3). Steals: 16 (P.Jones 5, Slater 3, Wallace 2, Christie 2, Stoudamlre 2, Miller, Rogers). Technical fouls: None. Illegal defense: None. FG FT Reb L.A. Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts Percentages: FG .398, FT .550. Three-point goals: 2-4, .333 (Gill 2-2, Cassell 0-1, Douglas 0-1, Benoit 0-2). Team rebounds: 13. Blocked shots: 3 (Cage 2, Williams). Turnovers: 17 (Cassell 4, Williams 3, Edwards 2, McDanlel 2, Gill, Cage, Kittles, Galling, Benoit, Haley). Steals: 12 (Cassell 3, Kittles 2, Edwards 2, Benoit 2, Cage, Williams, Douglas). Technical fouls: None. II-legal defense: None. FG FT Reb Min M-A M-A O-T A PF Pts SACRA. 30 2-5 3-4 2-8 5 1 7 35 6-9 5-6 1-6 4 3 17 36 6 11 1-2 2-3 1 2 13 36 12 15 5-8 0-1 2 0 32 36 5-11 5-6 0-2 10 4 17 2-2 1-3 3-7 3-16 Horry Fox Campbell E.Jones Van Exel Fisher Bryant Blount Rooks Barry 1-1 0-2 0-1112 12 0-0 0-2 0-5 19 2-8 2-2 0-5 3 3 5-4 4-6 1-2 5-8 1 2 18 04 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-1 1 I 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 USA TodayESPN Top 25 The top 25 teams in the USA TodayESPN coaches college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 30, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through on point for a 2Jth-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Prv 1. Duke (13) 5-0 733 4 2. North Carolina (7) . 6-0 713 3 3. Kansas (10) 6-0 709 2 4. Arizona 4 1 629 1 5. Purdue 5-1 616 5 6. South Carolina 2-0 569 8 7. Kentucky 4-1 534 7 8. New Mexico 5-0 521 9 9. Xavier 3-0 508 10 10. Utah 5-0 450 14 11. Stanford 3-0 385 13 12. Iowa 3-0 370 16 13. Connecticut 5-1 351 11 14. Mississippi 3-0 282 18 15. UCLA 2-1 274 6 16. Clemson 3-2 260 12 17. Fresno St 3-1 215 15 18. Florida State 4-1 191 125 19. Temple 2-1 166 20 20. Princeton 4-0 . 136 22 21. Arkansas 4-0 130 - 22. Georgia 5-1 122 24 23. Georgia Tech 4-0 1 18 - 24. Wake Forest 5-0 114 125 25. Louisville 2-1 110 19 3-18 5-7 1-2 5- 12 1-5 1- 5 2- 5 6- 10 5-9 0-2 0-3 0-0 Williamson Owens Polynlce Richmond Dehere Abdul-Rauf Stewart Fndrbrke Abdl-Whd Hurley Johnson Salvadorl 0-0 5-12 2 1-4 1-3 1 0-1 1 0- 0 0 1- 4 2 0-1 0 2-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 24029-7814-251147 19 18 73 Totals Totals 240 39-71 22-32 10-35 28 17105 Percentages: FG .549, FT .688. Three-point goals: 5-13, .385 (E.Jones 3-5, Van Exel 2-4, Horry 0-1, Fox 0-1, Bryant 0-1, Barry 0-1). Team rebounds: 9. Blocked shots: 6 (Horry 3, Campbell 2, Rooks). Turnovers: 21 (Horry 5, Campbell 5, E.Jones 4, Fox 2, Bryant 2, Van Exel, Fisher, Blount). Steals: 9 (Fox 3, Horry 2, Van Exel 2, E.Jones, Bryant). Technical foul: Campbell, 10:37 third. Illegal defense: None. Toronto 17 24 24 34- 99 L.A. Lakers 27 27 24 27-105 A 14,940 (17,505). T-2:08. Officials-Joe Crawford, Greg Willard, Leroy Percentages: FG .372, FT .560. Three-point goals: 1-5, .200 (Richmond 1-4, Williamson 0-1). Team rebounds: 11. Blocked shots: 7 (Stewart 4, Williamson, Funder-burke, Abdul-Wahad). Turnovers: 20 (Owens 4, Stewart 4, Dehere 3, Funderburke I Williamson, Polynice, Richmond, Abdul-Rauf, Abdul-Wahad, Hurley, Johnson). Steals: 7 (Abdul-Rauf 3, Richmond 2, Owens, Abdul-Wahad). Technical fouls: None. Illegal defense: None. 23 25 26 13-87 15 11 19 21-73 New Jersey Sacramento INTIMACIES E3 Private Modeling j -A Body Shampoos BODY WORKS PRIVATE SUITES S 863-7337 S 727 Northlake Blvd. 1 1 block east of Prosperity Farms Rd., NPB i. T'aS! 2424 N. 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