The Daily Journal from Franklin, Indiana on December 7, 1996 · Page 15
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DAILY JOURNAL JOHNSON COUNTY. IN& SPORTS SATURDAY-SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7-6, 1996 B5 SPORTS BRIEFS ZAMPEDRI The Associated Press Auto racing INDIANAPOLIS - Alessandro Zampedri, the Italian driver injured on the last lap of this year's Indianapolis 500, plans to return to racing in May. Zampedri, 27, will drive a Team Scandia entry sponsored by ,- Mi-Jack Products Inc. in trials for ' the 1997 Indy 500, said Andy Evans, Team Scandia chief executive officer. Evans said Friday that Zampedri will skip the next two Indy Racing League races at Orlando and Phoenix to complete his rehabilitation. The Indy 500 accident left Zampedri with dislocated ankles and compound fractures of both feet. He finished fourth after leading 20 of the final 30 laps. "I'm ecstatic to welcome Alex back to Team Scandia, because it means that all the hard work he put himself through has paid off," Evans said. Since the accident, Zampedri has undergone five hours of exercise and rehabilitation each day. He expects to be able to walk normally within six weeks. Basketball CINCINNATI - University of Cincinnati basketball player Ruben Patterson was arraigned Friday on a charge that he kicked in the door of his ex-girlfriend's apartment, and stole her purse. Patterson appeared in Hamilton County Municipal Court, hours after he surrendered to police on the felony charge of aggravated burglary. Judge Karla Grady released Patterson on his recognizance, pending further court action in the case She ordered Patterson to stay away from his ex-girlfriend, identified by police as Dedra Mason. Police Sgt. Phil Vickers said police were called to a Cincinnati apartment about 8:45 p.m. Thursday, where the woman told , them that Patterson kicked the door in, hit her in the head and stole her purse ; CINCINNATI Ryan Fletcher, a University of Cincinnati sophomore forward from Middletown, will undergo surgery next week, to reconstruct the little finger, en his left hand and probably -wlU miss the rest of the 1996-97 basketball season. Fletcher first dislocated the finger in May and has since dislocated it five more times. Team trainer Jayd Grossman said the middle joint of the finger has lost its stability. "He's playing with a joint that is kind of sitting there," Grossman said. "It's not being held together the way it needs to be." . Fletcher played in two games this season. He was scoreless in 11 minutes against Western Carolina and he scored two points with two rebounds in five minutes against Rutgers. Pitino: IB ready for Xentucky's pressure By Mike Embry TW ASSOCIATED Ht$$ ' . . LOUISVILLE, Ky. Kentucky coach Rick Pitino doesn't expect No. 8 Indiana to wilt under defensive pressure from his No. 6 Wildcats on Saturday night. While Indiana (6-0) starts freshmen Jason Collier and A. J. Guyton, it's juniors Andrae Patterson and Neil Reed, who are the go-to guys for the youthful Hoosiers. "Neil Reed and Andrae Patterson have seen the kind of pressure we put on them," Pitino said about the game in Freedom Hall. "I think they'll be prepared for our pressure." Patterson, a 6-foot-8 forward, leads Indiana with 17.5 points and 6.7 rebounds. His layup with 19 seconds left lifted Indiana past Notre Dame 76-75 on Monday night. "Andrae Patterson is playing as well as any forward in the nation," Pitino said. Reed averages 14.8 points and Guyton contributes 13.3 while Collier, a 7-foot center, contributes 9.0 points and 5.7 rebounds. "They go to a lot of different people," Pitino said. "Andrae Patterson is a terrific player one-on-one from the wing. I don't think there is one player you can stay off." Indiana averages 15.5 turnovers, and has turned the ball over than opponents in five of six games. Kentucky (4-1) has forced teams into 20.8 floor mistakes. But Pitino said defense hasn't been his team's forte this season. "Offensive execution has carried us," he said. We're not a very good defensive team. The fact that we're not a very good defensive team concerns ma" Kentucky, which won the Great Alaska Shootout and is coming off a 101-87 over Purdue, is averaging 91 points a game. The Wildcats have averaged 24.2 assists, and 66.9 percent of their field goals have come off assists. Senior guard Derek Anderson and sophomore forward Ron Mercer have been Kentucky's standouts through five games. Anderson averages 20.2 points while Mercer adds 19.2. Mercer scored a career-high 30 PHOTO Indiana forward Andrae Patterson, shown making the winning shot against Evansville in the Preseason NIT semifinals, leads the Hoosiers with averages of 17.5 points and 6.7 rebounds. KENTUCKY VS. INDIANA When: Today Tipoff : 7 p.m. Site: Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ky. Records: Indiana, 6-0; Kentucky, 4-1. Series Record: Indiana leads 20-19. Last meeting: Kentucky 89, Indiana 82 (Dec. 21,1 995, at Indianapolis). Coaches: Bob Knight (582-197, 26th season; 684-247 overall), Indiana; Rick Pitino (188-46, eighth season; 321- 120, overall), Kentucky. TV: ESPN. Radio: WNAP-93.1 FM. Probable starting lineups Indiana: F-Andrae Patterson, 17.5 p, 6.7 r. F-Charlie Miller, 3.7 p, 3.2 r. C-Jason Collier, 9.0 p, 5.7 r. G-Neil Reed, 14.8 p, 5.0 r. G-A.J. Guyton, 13.3 p, 3.8 r. Keritucky:-Ron Mercer, 19.2 p, 5.6 r. F-Jared Prickett, 1 1 .4 p, 6.0 r; OJamaal Magliore, 8.4 p, 5.4 r. G-Anthony Epps, 8.6 p, 3.4 r. G-Derek Anderson, 202 p, 3.8 r. 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