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Tribune Thursday, April 2, 1992 Basketball x-New York x-Boston Miami New Jersey Philadelphia Washington Orlando x-Chicago x-Cteveland Detroit Indiana Atlanta Milwaukee Charlotte x-Utah San Antonio Houston Denver Dallas Minnesota x-Portland x Golden State x Phoenix Seattle LA Clippers I.A Lakers Sacramento NBA Expanded Olinc* EASTERNCONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet OB LiO Streak Home Away Conl 46 26 .639 - 7-3 Lost 1 27-10 19-16 29-17 43 30 .589 3'/a 8-2 Won 7 30- 7 13-23 27-21 34 40 .459 13 4-6 Lost 2 25-11 9-29 23-25 33 39 .458 13 6-4 Won 2 22-14 11-25 22-24 31 42 .432 15 2-8 Won 1 22-15 10-27 20-29 23 50 .315 23</2 2-8 Lost 1 12-25 11-25 13-34 17 56 .233 29'A 3-7 Lost 5 10-27 7-29 13-37 Central Division 60 13 .822 - 9-1 Won 4 31- 5 29- 8 41- 7 49 22 .690 10 8-2 Won 1 29- 5 20-17 36-11 42 31 .575 18 4-6 Lost 1 22-15 20-16 25-22 36 38 .486 24'/j 6-4 Won 1 24-12 12-26 23-25 35 38 .479 25 6-4 Lost 2 21-16 14-22 20-27 30 43 .411 30 2-8 Lost 6 25-12 5-31 21-27 29 43 .403 30V2 5-5 Lost 1 20-16 9-27 19-28 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet OB LIO Streak Home Away Conf 47 25 .653 — 6-4 Lost 1 32- 4 15-21 29-15 43 30 .589 4'/2 4-6 Won 1 29- 7 14-23 30-16 37 36 .507 10V2 3-7 Lost 6 25-11 12-25 23-24 23 50 .315 24V3 2-8 Lost 5 17-20 6-30 13-32 19 54 .260 28>/2 2-8 Won 2 14-24 5-30 12-33 12 60 .167 35 1-9 Won 1 7-29 5-31 9-36 Pacific Division 22 .699 — 6-4 Lost 2 V/2 7-3 Won 5 51 49 23 .681 25 .658 29- 7 22-15 31-14 26- 9 23-14 30-14 9-1 Won 5 32- 5 16-20 29-16 41 32 .562 10 7-3 Won 1 24-13 17-19 28-17 40 32 .556 10</2 8-2 Won 6 26-11 14-21 25-22 39 33 .542 ll'/j 6-4 Lost 1 21-14 18-19 23-21 24 49 .329 27 4-6 Lost 1 17-19 7-30 12-33 x clinched playoff berth. Wednesday's Games Boston 170, Washington 106 Philadelphia 108, Miami 91 Indiana 137, Atlanta 117 Chic ago 100, Charlotte 94 New Jersey 121, Milwaukee 117 Dallas 102, Orlando89 San Antonio 104, LA Lakers 86 Thursday's Games Now York at Charlotte, 7:30p.m. LA Clippers at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Denver at Houston, 8-.30 p.m. Golden State at Phoenix, 9:30p.m. Ul.in at Portland, 10p.m. Wednesday's NBA Boies By The Associated Press MIAMI 191) Rice 414 2-210, Long 2-5 4-4 8, Selkaly 9- JO II 19, ColOS 4-7 00 8, Shaw 4-10 2-2 10, Burton SB 00 13, Edwards 2-6 0-0 4, Kewllcr 38 1-2 7, Morton 1-6 0-0 2, Ogg 5-7 0 0 10, AsklnsOOO00. Totals40-9110-1191. PHILADELPHIA (101) uarklcy 10-12 4-7 24, Gllliam 7-12 3-4 17, Shackleford 2-10 22 6, Dawklns 4-6 2-2 12, Hawkins 7-14 7-219, Anderson 4-11 0-0 8, Bol u 00 2, Wiggins 23 00 4, Grant 4-6 0-0 9, Williams 121-3 3, Payne 1-3 00 2, Oliver 1-4 Ol)2.TolalS44 8714-20108. Miami !7 14 J2 21- 91 Philadelphia 32 30 29 17-101 3 Point goals—Miami 1-7 (Burton 1-1, Shaw 01, Rice 05), Philadelphia 6-11 (Hawkins 37, Dawklns 22, Grant 1-1, Bol 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Miami I] IMkaly 14), Philadelphia 60 (Gilllam 13). Asslsts-Mlaml 27 (Coles, Morton 5), Philadelphia 29 (Hawkins 8). Total fouls-Miami 16, Philadelphia II. A— 12,132. WASHINGTON (101) Eackles 6 15 1-2 13, Grant 8-18 5-8 21, Jones 2-5 00 4, Adams 14-20 6-7 37, Wlngate 35117, Smith 13 0-0 2, Turner 0-1 2-2 2, Foster 15 00 2, Stewart 4-4 0-0 8, English 4 132-310. Totals43-8917-23106. BOSTON (120) Bird 59 2-213, Gamble 5-8 0-010, Parish 6-10 5517, Brown 5-10 3-613, Lewis 12-15 4-4 28, Bagloy 371-2 7, McHale 611 6-618, Fox 14 1-2 3, Pinckney 0-1 2-2 2, Klelne 0-0 0-0 0, Douglas 4 51-19.Totals 47-80 25 30120. Washington 22 20 44 20-104 Boston 32 2S 27 36—120 3-Point goals—Washington 3-7 (Adams 3-S, Smith 0-1, Eackles 0-1), Boston 1-5 (Bird 1-1, Brown 0-1, Bagley 0-1, Fox 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Washington 43 (Jones 11), Boston 47 (Bird 13). Assists-Washlngton 28 (Adams 7), Boston 27 (Bird 9). Total fouls-Washington 23, Boston 17. Technical—Boston Illegal defense. A—14,890. CHARLOTTE (94) Johnson 2-14 00 4, Gattison 4-11 3-4 11, Gminski 4-9 0-0 8, Bogues 4-9 0-0 8, Gill 13-21 47 35, Reid 5-14 3-4 13, Curry 7-14 2-2 18, Lynch0-00-20. Totals39-9214-1994. CHICAGO (100) Pippen 5-14 88 18, Grant 3-7 0-0 6, Cartwright 4-5 0-0 8, Paxson 7-10 0-0 14, Jordan 11-22 8-10 31, King 2-4 0-0 4, Williams 3-3 0-0 6, Armstrong 0-6 00 0, Hodges 3-7 0-0 7, Hansen 1-3 0-0 2, Levlngston 1-2 0-0 2, Perdue 1-2 00 J.TotalS 41-8516-18100. Chirlotle 11 n is It— 94 Chicago 25 25 21 22-100 3 Point goals-Charlotte 2-3 (Curry 2-2, Gill 01), Chicago 2-12 (Jordan 1-3, Hodges 14, Armstrong 0-2, Hansen 0-2, Levlngston 0-1). Fouled out —None. Rebounds—Charlotte 53 (Johnson 10), Chicago 51 (Grant 14). Assists-Charlotte 21 (Bogues 7), Chicago 32 (Pippen 12). Total fouls-Charlotte 13, Chicago 17. A— 18,362. NEW JERSEY (121) Colcman 11-18 9 13 33, Morris 6-8 7-B 19, Dudley 1-2 1-2 3, Blaylock 6-20 4-4 16, Petrovic 6-15 7-8 21, George 2-51-1 5, Lee 1-4 00 3, Mills 3-10 22 8, Bowie 6-12 1-1 13, Anderson 0-20-00. Totals 4J-96 32-39121. MILWAUKEE (117) Brlckowski 4-8 0-0 8, Roberts 5-10 2-2 13, Malone 7-16 3-4 17, Humphries 3-5 5-6 11, Robertson 10 18 9-9 30, Krystkowlak 5-11 0-0 10, Grayer 2-7 2-2 6, Ellis 3-9 1-210, Conner 02 00 0, Honson 3 9 3-3 10, Lohaus 1-4 0-0 2.TotalS 43-98 25-28117. New Jersey 22 32 32 35-121 Milwaukee 40 25 24 28-117 3-Polnt goals—New Jersey 5-12 (Coleman 22, Petrovic 2-4, Lee 1-3. Blaylock 0-1, Morris 0-2), Milwaukee 6-II (Ellis 3-5, Henson 1-1, Roberts 1-1, Robertson 1-2, Humphries 01, Lohaus 0-1). Fouled out- Robertson. Rebounds—New Jersey 62 (Mills 13), Milwaukee 57 (Malone 11). Assists—New Jersey 25 (Petrovic 6), Milwaukee 30 (Henson 7). Total fouls—New Jersey 21, Milwaukee 24. A-13,691. ORLANDO (89) B.Williams 18 00 2, Anderson 10-23 4-8 25, Acres 2-3 46 8, Sklles 4-8 0011, Bowie 515 12II, Kite 22 12 5, Catledge 1-7 3-4 5, 0.Smith 03 000, Corchiani 12 2-2 4, Vincent 5106-7 16, Turner 14002. Totals32-85 213189. DALLAS (102) D.Smith 920 1-1 19, T.Davis 2-5 1-5 5, Hodge 38 7813, Harper 21122 6, luzzollno 6 II 5 5 20, McCray 37 0-1 6, Moore 5-11 i-5 15, H.Williams 5-12 44 14, White 25 0-0 4. Totals 37 90 25 31102. Orlando 17 24 26 22- 89 Dallas 20 31 24 27-102 3 Point goals-Orlando 4-9 (Sklles 3-3, Anderson 13, Bowie 0-1, Vincent 0-2), Dallas 38 (lunolino 36, McCray 0-1, Moore 0-1). Fouled out—B.Williams, Hodge.Rebounds—Orlando 55 (Kite 9), Dallas 67 (McCray 15). Assists-Orlando 16 (Vincent 6), Dallas 14 (luziollno 5). Total fouls-Orlando 26, Dallas 29. Techlncal— Kite. A- 15,140. LA LAKERS 186) Campbell 8 13 24 18, A.Green 2-8 0-0 4, Divac 38005, Threat! 7150014, Scott3-11 3 4 9, Teaglc- 915 2-2 20, Robinson 1-3 0-0 2, Smith 7110214, Brown 0 I 00 0, Sparrow 0 I 00 0, Haley 0 0 00 0, Owens 01 0-0 0. Totals39877 1286. SAN ANTONIO 1104) Elliott 5-10 3-4 13, Cummings 14-26 7-8 35, Carr 815 33 19, Strickland 69 1-2 13, Johnson 59 00 12, Royal 0-0 000, Anderson 1 3 2-3 4, S.Green 14 22 4, Tucker 02 0-0 0, Pressey 1-1 00 2, Copa 01 0-2 0, Sutton 0-0 222.TolalS4l802026l04. LA Lakers 12 15 IB 11- 86 San Antonio 17113114—104 3 Point goals—LA Lakers 1-3 (Divac 1-1, Scott 02), San Antonio 28 (Johnson 2-4, Cummings 01, Strickland 0-1, Tucker 02). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—LA Lakers 40 (Campbell II), San Antonio 58 (Cummings 14). Assists LA Lakers 12 (Threat! 5), San Antonio 20 (Strickland 10). Total fouls—LA Lakers 20, San Antonio 16. A— 16,057 Seattle at Sacrf memo, 10:30 p.m. Friday'sOamM Atlanta at New York, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at New Jersey, 7:30p.m. Detroit alWajhlngton,7:30p.m. Cleveland at Miami, 7:30p.m. Boston atlndlana,7;30p.m. LA Clippers at Chlcigo,8:30 p.m. Minnesota at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Orlando at San Antonio, 1:30 p.m. Phoenix at Utah,9:30p.m. Seattle at LA Lakers, 10:30p.m. Sacramento at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. NBA Playoff RacesGUnce EASTERNCONFERENCE W L Pet. OB x-Chlcago 60 13 .822 x-New York 46 26 .639 13'/i x-Cleveland 49 22 .690 10 x Boston 43 30 .5)9 17 Detroit 42 31 .575 IB Indiana 36 38 .416 24</> Atlanta 35 38 .479 25 Miami 34 40 .459 26'A New Jersey Philadelphia Milwaukee Charlotte 33 39 .458 26'/> 32 42 .432 21ft 30 43 .411 30 29 43 .403 30ft CHICAGO (9) - HOME (5): April 3, LA Clippers; April 7, Milwaukee; April 11, Indiana; April 13, Atlanta; April 19, Detroit. AWAY (4): April 5, at Boston; April 10, at Indiana; April 14, at Cleveland; April 17, at Atlanta. NEW YORK (10) - HOME (4).- April 3, Atlanta; April 7, Detroit; April 10, Philadelphia; April 14, Washington. AWAY (6): April 2, at Charlotte; April 5, at Cleveland; April 8, at Boston; April 12, at Detroit; April 15, at Atlanta; April 18, at Milwaukee. CLEVELAND (11) — HOME (7): April 2, LA Clippers; April 5, New York; April 7, Boston; April 9, Charlotte; April 12, Washington; April 14, Chicago; April 19, Atlanta. AWAY (4): April 3, at Miami; April 10, at New Jersey; April 15, at Charlotte; April 17, at Indiana. BOSTON (9) - HOME (4): April 5, Chicago; April 8, New York; April 10, Milwaukee; April 19, Miami. AWAY (5): April 3, at Indiana; April 7, at Cleveland; April 12, at Charlotte; April 14, at Philadelphia; April 15, at Detroit. DETROIT (9) - HOME (4): April 5, Miami; April 10, Charlotte; April 12, New York; April 15, Boston. AWAY (5): April 3, at Washington; April 7, at New York; April 8, at Philadelphia; April 14, at Milwaukee; April 19, at Chicago. INDIANA (6) - HOME (5): April 3, Boston; April 5, New Jersey; April 10, Chicago; April 14, Charlotte; April 17, Cleveland. AWAY (3): April 8, at Mllwaukee.-Aprll 11, at Chicago; April 16, at New Jersey. ATLANTA (9) — HOME (4): April 4, Philadelphia; April 11, New Jersey; April 15, New York; April 17, Chicago. AWAY (5): April 3, at New York; April 7, at New Jersey; April 9, at Orlando; April 13, at Chicago; April 19, at Cleveland. MIAMI (8) — HOME (5): April 3, Cleveland; April 7, Washington; April 11, Orlando; April 14, New Jersey; April 16, Milwaukee. AWAY (3): April 5, at Detroit; April 10, at Washington; April 19, at Boston. NEW JERSEY (10) - HOME (5): April 3, Milwaukee; April 7, Atlanta; April 10, Cleveland; April 16, Indiana; April IB, Orlando. AWAY (5): April 5, at Indiana; April 8, at Washington; April 11, at Atlanta; April 13, at Orlando; April 14, at Miami. PHILADELPHIA (8) - HOME (4): April a, Detroit; April 12, Milwaukee; April 14, Boston; April 18, Washington. AWAY (4): April 4, at Atlanta; April 10, at New York; April 15, at Orlando; April 17, at Charlotte. MILWAUKEE (9) - HOME (4): April 5, LA Clippers; April 8, Indiana; April 14, Detroit; April 18, New York. AWAY (5): April 3, at New Jersey; April 7, at Chicago; April 10, at Boston; April 12, at Philadelphia; April 16, at Miami. CHARLOTTE (10) - HOME (5): April 2, New York; April 4, Washington; April 12, Boston; April 15, Cleveland; April 17, Philadelphia. AWAY (5): April 7, at Orlando; April 9, at Cleveland; April 10, at Detroit; April 14, at Indiana; April 19, at Minnesota. WESTERN CONFERENCE GB 3'A 1ft 3 Houston W L Pet. 51 22 .699 47 25 .653 49 23 .681 48 25 .658 43 30 .589 41 32 .562 10 40 32 .556 10ft 39 33 .542 lift 37 36 .507 14 PORTLAND (9) - HOME (5): April 2, Utah; April 7, Golden State; April 10, Seattle,- April 12, San Antonio; April 18, LA Lakers. AWAY (4): April 5, at Golden State; April 9, at LA Clippers; April 14, at Houston; April 15, at Dallas. UTAH (10) - HOME (5): April 3, Phoenix; April 9, Dallas; April 13, Golden State; April 15, Houston; April 17, Minnesota. AWAY (5): April 2, at Portland; April 5, at Minnesota; April 7, at Denver; April 11, at LA Lakers; April 19, at San Antonio. GOLDEN STATE (10) — HOME (6): April 3, Sacramento; April 5, Portland; April 8, Dallas; April 11, Phoenix; April 17, LA Clippers; April 19, Seattle. AWAY (4): April 2, at Phoenix; April 7, at Portland; April 13, at Utah; April 14, at Minnesota. PHOENIX (9) - HOME (4): April 2, Golden State; April 7, Sacramento; April 14, Seattle; April 16, San Antonio. AWAY (5): April 3, at Utah; April 5, at LA Lakers; April 9, at Seattle; April 11, at Golden State; April 19, at Houston. SAN ANTONIO (9) — HOME 15): April 3, Orlando; April 7, Houston; April 14, Dallas; April 17, Denver; April 19, Utah. AWAY (4): April 5, at Denver; April 9, at LA Lakers; April 12, at Portland; April 16, at Phoenix. SEATTLE (9) - HOME (4): April 7, LA Lakers; April 9, Phoenix; April 12, Minnesota; April 17, Sacramento. AWAY (S): April 2, at Sacramento; April 3, at LA Lakers; April 10, at Portland; April 14, at Phoenix; April 19, at Golden State. LA CLIPPERS (10) - HOME (4): April 9, Portland; April 11, Denver; April 14, Sacramento; April 16, Minnesota. AWAY (6): April 2, at Cleveland; April 3, at Chicago; April 5, at Milwaukee; April 7, at *; April 17, tt oofden sure; April 19,ltLAL«keri. LA LAKERS (10) - HOME (a): April J, Seattle; April t, Phoenlxi April », Sin An- tonlO; April It, Utah; April 11, Denver; April 19, LA Clippers. AWAY (4): April 7, at Seattle; April 15, at Denver; April 16, tt Sacramento; April 11, tt Portland. HOUSTON (9) - HOME (J): April 1, Denver; April t, Orlando; April 11, DallM; April U, Portland; April 19, Phoenix. AWAY (4) : April 7, It Sin AnfOfllOi April 9, it Minnesota; April 15, at Utah; April 17, at Dallas. x-cllnclwd playoff spot. The division winner In etch conference mat doet not have the belt record will be seeded second and face the seventh place team In the playoffs. t - Michigan: Michigan State, tw»; J - Oklriwrnt: Oklahoma AIM (now Oklahoma State), 1945- 46. J - Pennsylvania! LI Salle, 1(54; Vlllanova,l9M. 2 - Wtemln: Wlsconiln, 1941; Mar- qtftttMOT. -Illlnoll: Loyola, III., 1963. Most reboundt-61, UCLA vs. Purdue, 1969. Fewest rebound s-1 7, Vlllanova vi. Georgetown, 1915; Georgetown vi. -New York: CCNY, 1f». -Oregon: Oregon, 1M9. 1 — Texas: Texn Western (now Texa»-El Pen), 1966, t-UtMi: Utah, 1*44. 1 - District of Columbia: Georgetown, 1914. 1-Wyomlng: Wyoming, 1943. Records im-Oregon «, Ofilo Stite )4 1*44 - MltM M, Kimil <I 1941 - Wisconsin », Washington State 34 1941 - Stanford 53, Dartmouth 31 1943-Wyomlng 46, Georgetown 34 1944-utah 42, Dartmouth 40,OT 1945- Oklahoma A&M 4t, NYU 45 1946 - Oklahoma AiM 43, North Carolina 40 1947 - Holy Crou 51, Oklahoma 47 1941- Kentucky 58, Baylor 4J 1949- Kentucky 46, Oklahoma State 36 1950- CCNY 71, Bradley 61 1951 - Kentucky tt, Kansas State 51 1952- Kansas IO,St. John's 63 1»H- Indiana 69, KaniaiM 1954- La S»lle92, Bradley 76 1955- Sin FranclKo77, La SalleM 1956- San Francisco N, Iowa 71 1957- North Carolina 54, Kansas 53, 30T 1951 - Kentucky 84, Seattle 72 19»- California 71, West Virginia 70 1960- Ohio State 75, California 55 1961 - Cincinnati 70, Ohio State 65, OT 1962- Cincinnati 71, Ohio State 59 1963- Loyola, 111.60, Cincinnati 51, OT 1964-UCLA9l,DukeS3 1965-UCLA 91, Michigan*) 1966- Texai Western n, Kentucky 45 1967-UCLA79,Dayton64 1961- UCLA 78, North Carolina 55 1949- UCLA 91, Purdue 71 1970- UCLA N, Jacksonville 69 l971-uCLA6«,Vlllanova«2 1972- UCLA81, Florida State 76 1973- UCLA !7, Memphis State 66 1974 - North Carolina State 76, Mar- quetteM 1975-UCLA92,KentUCky85 1976- l.idlina M, Michigan 61 1977-Marquette67, North Carolina 59 1978 - Kentucky 94, Duke N 1979 - Michigan State 75, Indiana State 64 1950- Louisville 59, UCLA 54 mi - Indiana U, North Carelhu M 1982 - North Carolina 63, Georgetown 62 19B3 - North Carolina State 54, Houston 52 19B4-Georgetownl4, Houston 75 1985- Vlllanova66, Georgetown 64 1986- Louisville 72, Duke 69 1987 -Indiana 74, Syracuse 71 1981- Kansas S3, Oklahoma 79 1989- Michigan 80, Seton Hall 79, OT 1990-UNLV103,Duke73 1991-Duke 72, Kansas 65 NCAA Championship Wlnningeit Coaclwt •y The Associated Press Coaches who have won more than one NCAA basketball championship with name, school and number of titles won: John Wooden, UCLA, 10 AdolphRupp, Kentucky, 4 Bobby Knight, Indiana, 3 Denny Crum, Louisville, 1 Henry Iba, Oklahoma Ai.M,2 Ed Jucker, Cincinnati, 2 Branch McCrtcken, Indiana, 2 Phil Woolpert, San Francisco, 2 NCAA Champions By Stile By The Associated Press 14 — California: Stanford, 1941; San Francisco, 1955-56; California, 1959; UCLA, 1964-65,1967-73,1975. 7 — Kentucky: Kentucky, 1941-49, 1951, 1951,1978; Louisville, 1980,1986. i - Indiana: Indiana, t»4», 19SJ, 1976, 1911,1917. 5 — North Carolina: North Carolina, 1957, 1982; N.C. State, 1974, 1983; Duke, 1991. 3 - Ohio: Ohio State, I960; Cincinnati, 1961-62. 2—Kansas: Kansas, 1952,1981. NCAA INDIVIDUAL MMt polntt-M, Bill Walton, UCLA vi. Memphis State, 197J. Mott field goalt-J1, Bill Wilton, UCLA vs. Memphlt state, 1973. M*it HeM IMII attempted-It (I) made), Rick Mtvnt, Purdue vi. UCLA, I9M. Hlglmt field-goal percentage (mln. 10 made)-.9S5 HI-MI, Bill Walton, UCLA vi. Memphis State, 1973. Matt l-fMnt lleM goalt-7, Steve Alfard, Indiana vi. Syracuse, IWi Dave Sieger, Oklahoma vt. Kansas, I9N. Mott 3-polnt field goalt attempted-13, Dave Sieger, Oklahoma vs. Kantat, 19M. Highest 3-polnt NeM-tMl percentage (mln. S madel-,7N (7-11), Steve Allord, Indiana vt. Syracuse,Itl7. Most free throws—II, Oall Goodrich, UCLA vs. Michigan, IMS. Most free throws attempted-20, Gall Goodrich, UCLA vt. Michigan, 1965. Hlghetf free-tnrow percentage (mln. 10 made)—1.000 (13-12), Christian Laettner, Duke vs. Kansat, 1991. Most rebounds—27, Bill Russell, San Francltcovs. Iowa, 1951. Most assists—11, Rumeal Robinson, Michigan vs. Seton Hall, 19W. Most blocked shots-3, Rony Selkaly and Derrick Coleman, Syracuse vs. Indiana, 19l7i Dean Girrtrt, Indiana vi. Syracuse, IWi Terry Mills, Michigan vs. Seton Hall, 1919. Most steals—7, Tommy Amaker, Duke vs. Louisville, 19M; Mookle Blaylock, Oklahoma vs. Kansas, 19M. ~ TEAM Most polnts-103, UNLV vs. Duke (73), 1990. Fewest polnri-33, Ohio State vs. Oregon (461,1939. Largest winning margln-30, UNLV vs. Duke, 1990. Smallest winning margin—I, Six times, most recently, Michigan (80) vs. Seton Hall (79),OT,19t9. Most points, losing team—M, Duke vs. Kentucky, 1971. Most field goals—41, UNLV vs. Duke, 1990. Fewest field goals-9, Oklahoma St. vs. Kentucky, 1949. Moit field goals atttmpttd-«, Purdue vs. UCLA, 1919. Fewest field goals attempted—28, Vlllanova vs. Georgetown, 1915. Highest field-goal percentage-.7M (22- H), Vlllanova vs. Georgetown, 19(5. Lowest field-goal percentage-.?!! (1445), Washington State vs. Wisconsin, 1941. Most 3-polnt field goals—10, Oklahoma vs. Kansas, 19M. Fewest 3-polnt field goals—1, Duke vs. UNLV, 1990. Most 3-polnt field goals attempted—24, Oklahoma vs. Kansas, 19M. Fewest 3-polnt field goals attempted—6, Kansas vs. Oklahoma, 19M. Highest 3-polnt field-goal percentage (mln. 7 made)-.636 (7-11), Indiana vs. Syracuse, 1917. Lowest 3-polnt field-goal percentage- .091 (1-11), Duke vs. UNLV, 1990. Most tree throws—32, Bradley vs. La Salle, 1954. Fewest free throws—2, Dartmouth vs. Utah,1944. Most free throws attempted—44, Bradley vs. La Salle, 1954 Fewest free throws attempted—5, Dartmouth vs. Stanford, 1942; Dartmouth vs. Utah, 1944. Highest free-throw percentage—.938 (15-16), Ohio State vs. Cincinnati, 1961. Lowest free-throw percentage—.333 ISIS), Oklahoma State vs. New York University. 1945. Jones Buford Van Exel Blount Martin Jackson Gibson Scott Nelson Relcheneker Ward CINCINNATI Opponents Cincinnati Statistics By The Associated Press FOM-F6A FTM-FTA PtS Reb Ast 225-404 116-171 18.2 7.1 1.8 152-356 140-182 15.2 2.8 1.9 63-91 12.0 2.5 2.8 137-308 114-235 80-150 58-153 54-124 59-130 45-86 6-21 2-5 49-88 B.4 6.3 2.0 44-79 6.2 3.8 1.1 58-85 5.8 1.2 2.5 17-25 4.8 2.2 1.2 16-46 4.1 2.8 0.6 35-53 3.8 2.5 1.0 2-6 0.6 0.5 0.3 1-2 0.4 0.3 0.1 934-1981 544-832 79.2 35.2 15.3 735-1675 459-663 62.7 31.6 11.1 Duke Statistics By The Associated Press FGM-FGA FTM-PTA PtS 5-12 13-23 3-11 33-61 139-286 168-275 113-260 246-421 74-129 22-38 56-97 188-347 1060-1960 982-2097 6-9 13-20 4-4 16-21 111-147 95-129 97-123 180-219 62-95 18-36 46-64 87-112 735-979 361-555 1.2 1.4 0.6 2.9 11.7 13.9 12.9 21.9 6.6 2.6 4.9 14.6 88.7 73.1 Reb 1.0 0.9 0.1 0.8 4.6 5.5 2.0 7.8 4.1 1.3 2.4 3.3 34.2 31.0 Ast 0.2 0.6 0.4 0.7 2.0 4.0 7.8 2.1 0.7 0.2 0.4 1.6 18.5 15.6 3-Polnt Goals—202-533 (Van Exel 60-156, Buford 59-151, Jones 34-81, Gibson 32-85, Jackson 17-52, Blount 0-2, Nelson 0-2, Relcheneker 0-4). Ast Blakeney Burt Clark Davis G.HIII Hurley Laettner Lang Meek Parks T.HIII DUKE Opponents „. „„ .... .... 3-Polnt Goals—160-374 (Laettner 52-92, Hurley 52-128, T.HIII 35-88, Clark 12-18, Davis8-39, Blakeney 1-4, G.HIII0-1, Ast0-4). Cheaney Graham Bailey Henderson Anderson Nover Reynolds Meeks Leary Llndeman INDIANA Opponents itrma 1UV-90T 09.4 n.l 19.1 3-Polnt Goals—154-369 (Bailey 47-101, Cheaney 32-83, Graham 31-72, Anderson 18-40, Meeks 13-33, Leary 10-21, Reynolds 3-16, Henderson 0-3). Indiana Statistics By The Associated Press ' FGM-FGA FTM-FTA Pts 223-422 126-254 139-280 145-288 132-276 77-143 46-100 30-70 27-48 16-35 961-1916 786-1936 110-136 135-184 88-115 78-119 88-108 58-82 44-74 39-54 11-13 32-48 683-933 400-569 17.8 12.7 12.5 11.5 11.2 6.4 4.3 3.6 3.6 3.4 83.6 65.4 Reb 4.8 3.9 3.6 7.3 5.1 3.2 2.2 2.3 0.9 2.1 37.1 32.9 Ast 1.4 2.7 3.2 0.5 1.5 0.1 3.8 4.0 1.0 0.0 17.4 15.1 Rose Webber Howard King Rlley Talley Jackson Voskull Mitchell Pellnka Mclver Bossard Taylor Seter Hunter Armer MICHIGAN Opponents Michigan Statistics By The Associated Press FGM-FGA FTM-FTA 197-399 215-388 143-315 120-239 79-132 50-127 65-118 47-98 5-14 20-50 6-9 3-9 5-13 1-2 9-17 2-3 967-1933 795-1920 FTA PtS 143-189 54-106 70-102 49-68 37-64 37-50 20-44 15-29 2-5 27-31 8-20 0-0 1-2 3-4 7-12 0-2 473-728 543-771 17.9 15.6 11.2 9.8 6.5 5.5 4.8 4.3 3.0 2.8 1.8 1.6 1.2 1.0 0.9 0.8 7S.8 71.3 Reb 4.1 9.9 6.3 3.3 4.4 1.0 3.0 1.9 2.8 1.6 1.5 0.0 0.5 1.4 2.0 0.0 40.2 32.7 Ast 4.0 2.3 1.8 2.4 0.7 2.0 1.8 1.0 0.8 0.7 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.8 0.0 !«.» 13.6 3-Polnt Goals—113-341 (Rose 36-106, Kino 24-54, Voskull 15-43, Webber 14-52, Talley 11-37, Pellnka 8-25, Bossard 2-6, Jackson 210, Taylor 1-5, Howard 0-1, Mitchell 0-2). ,. LirgMt rebound mtrgln-19, UCLA (40) vt.Mempnl>State(11),l973. Mo»tl»«lltS-M, UNLVVI. Duke, 1«0. Most blocked ihots-7, Louisville vs. Duke,l9M> Syracuse vs. Indiana, 19«7. MMt lteals-16, U N LV v». Duke, 1990. MMt penonil foult-35, St. John'i vs. Feweit personal touls-5, Stanford vi. Dartmouth, 1941. MMt players dlsqual!fled-3, Bradley vs. CCNY, 1950; Kentucky vs. Kinsis State, 1»1; Michigan vs. UCLA, 1965; Purdue vi. UCLA,1M9. SINOLE-OAMi, TIAM AND TWO-TEAM SCORING BY HALVES Mott points in I hilt, one team-57, Indiana vi. Michigan. 'econd, 1974. Mott polnti In a half, both teams-100, Kintis (50) vs. Oklahoma (50), first, 19M. MMt polnti at hilftlme, one team-50, UCLA vs. Duke (31), 1964; UCLA vs. Purdue (41), 1969; UCLA vt. Florida Slate (39), 1972; Kantai vs. Oklahoma (50), 1981; Oklahoma vs. Kantai (SO), 19M. MM) points at halftlme, both teams-100, Kansas (50) vi. Oklahoma (50), 19H. Feweit points in a half, one team— 16, Ohio State vi. Oregon, first, 1939; Dartmouth vi. Stanford, second, 1942; Georgetown vs. Wyoming, tint, 1943; Oklahoma vs. Holy Cross, second, 1947. Feweit points In a half, both teams-34, Wyoming (18) vs. Georgetown (16), first, 1943. Largest halftlme lead-1«, Ohio State (37) vi. California (19), 1960; UCLA (38) vi. Dayton (20), 1967. Largest halttlme deficit overcome-8, LoyolaVlll. vi. Cincinnati (21-19 half; 60-58, OT.tlnal). SINGLE-GAME, BOTH TEAMS Most points— 182, Kentucky (94) vs. Duke (881,1978. Fewest polnts-73, Wisconsin (39) vs. Washington State (34), 1941. Most field goals-71, UCLA (38) vs. Kentucky (33), 1975. Most field goali attempted-167, San Francisco (87) vs. Iowa (80), 1956. Most 3-polnt field goals— 14, Oklahoma (10) vs. Kansas (4), 1988. Most 3-polnt field goal! attempted-39, Seton Hall (23) vs. Michigan (16), 1989. Most free throws-50, Bradley (32) vs. La Salle (18), 1954. Most tree throws attempted-48, Bradley (44) vs. La Salle (24), 1954. Moil rebounds-109, UCLA (61) vs. Purdue (48), 1969. Most asilsts-39, Houston (20) vs. Georgetown (19), 1984. Most blocked shots— 10, Syracuse (7) vs Indiana (3), 1987. Most steals— 24, Oklahoma (13) vs. Kansas (11), 1988. Most personal fouls— 57, Oklahoma State (36) vs. Kentucky (21), 1949. Most players disqualified— 4, Bradley (3) vs. CCNY (1), 1950; Kentucky (3) vs. Kansas Stated), 1951. Baseball Exhibition Glance AMERICAN LEAGUE W 16 9 17 I) Pet. .640 .538 14 12 .... 13 11 .520 14 13 .519 15 14 .517 14 14 .500 13 13 .500 13 14 .481 11 14 .462 12 15 .444 12 15 .444 11 14 .440 11 16 .407 Pet. 9 .667 .607 18 . 17 11 .607 Baltimore Texas Cleveland Oakland Detroit Milwaukee New York Boston California Seattle Chicago Toronto Minnesota Kansas City NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Cincinnati Montreal San Francisco New York St. Louis Pittsburgh Houston San Diego Los Angeles Chicago Atlanta Philadelphia „ .„ .,„ NOTE: Split-squad games count In Stan dings, ties do not Wednesday's Games Los Angeles 5, N.Y. Yankees3 Houston 4, Montreal 3 St. Louis 3, Toronto 2 Pittsburgh 3, Kansas City 2 Minnesota 8, Philadelphia 5 Atlanta 8, N.Y. Mets 6 Cincinnati 8, Texas 3 Chicago White Sox 4, Baltimore 0 San Francisco 4, Cleveland 3 Seattle 5, Chicago Cubs 1 Milwaukee 6, Oakland 1 California 3, San Diego 1 Boston 7, Detroit 6 Wednesday's Exhibition Llnescores By The Associated Press At Vero Beach, Fla. New York (A) 000101001-3 Los Angeles Oil 200 Olx-S 8 1 Kamlenlecki, Guetterman (6) and Nokes; R.Martinez, Gott (8), McDowell (9) and Scloscia, Hernandez (7). W— R.Martlnez, 2-2. L-Kamlenlecki, 1-2. Sv—McDowell (2). HR-New York, James (1). 17 11 .... 15 11 .577 13 12 .520 13 13 .500 13 14 .481 12 14 .462 12 15 .444 11 17 .393 10 16 .385 6 IB .308 9 2 Hockey NHLExMndtdOlinet WALESCONFERENCE Jose Offerman hit a two-run single and Ramon Martinez allowed two runs on five hits for the Dodgers. Eric Davis and Stan Javier had two hits apiece for Los Angeles. Dion James, Matt Nokes and Andy Stanklewlcz each had two hits for the Yankees. At Port St. Lucle, Fla. Atlanta 00) 030 002-8 I 3 New York (N) 001 000 113-6 13 3 Bleleckl, Rivera (7), Berenguer (9) and Berryhlll; Cone, Innls (5), Gibson (6), Franco (8), Burke (9) and O'Brien. W- Bleleckl, 1-1. L-Cone, 1-3. HRs-Atlanta, Sanders (1), Rodriguez (1); New York, Boston (2), Gallagher (1). Bol Rodriguez hit a two-run homer and Rafael Belllard also drove In two runs for the Braves. David Cone walked seven batters over the first 4 2-3 Innings for the Mets. Howard Johnson and Bill Pecota had three hits apiece for New York. At Port Charlotte, Fla. Cincinnati 003 620 300-1 11 1 Texas 010 010 100-3 7 0 Rl|o, Segura (6), Foster (7), Ruskln (9) and Reed, Afenlr (7); Ryan, Bannister (6), Burns (7), Rosenthal 17), Fireovld (8), Rogers (9) and Rodriguez. W-Rfjo, 4-1. L-Ryan, 0-1. HRs-Clnclnnatl, Morris ID, Sanders (4); Texas, Rodriguez (3). Hal Morris and Reggie Sanders hit back-to-back home runs off Nolan Ryan, who surrendered nine hits and five runs In five Innings. Reds wcond baseman Bill Dor an went 2-for-4 with three RBIs. At Sarasota, Fla. Baltimore 000 000 000-0 t 0 Chicago (A) 001 003 oox-4 13 o Sulclifle, Flanagan (7), S.Davis 01 and Holies, Tackett (7); Pall, W.Alvarez (4), Wapnlck (8), Thlgpen (9) and Merullo, Campbell (9). W-Pall, 1-0. L-Sutdlffe, 1-2. Craig Grebeck doubled home two runs and four Chicago pitchers combined on a six-hit shutout. Tim Raines and Matt Merullo each had three hits and a run scored lor the White Sox. Baltimore starter Rick Sutcllffe allowed 11 hits and four runs. AtM«sa,Arlz. Seattle 010 201 001-5 n 1 Chicago (N) 000001 000-1 10 3 Parker, Acker (4), Schmidt (6), Schooler (9) and Valle, Cochrane (7); Boskle, Je.Robinson (6), Scanlan (8) and Wllklns. W~Parker,2-l.L-Boskle,l-3. Dave Valle and Alomo Powell each had a pair of hits for the Mariners. Cubs starter Shawn Boskle yielded three runs on nine hits In five Innings. Mark Grace was 3-for-4 for Chicago. y-NY Rangers x-Washlngton x-Plttsburgh x-New Jersey NY islanders Philadelphia y-Montreal x- Boston x-Buffalo x-Hartford Quebec y-Detrolt x-Chlcago x-St. Louis Minnesota Toronto y-Vancouver x- Los Angeles x-Edmonton Winnipeg Calgary San Jose x-cllnched playoff berth. y-won division title. Wednesday's Garnet AM (antes postponed due to strike Washington at New Jersey N.Y. Islanders at Toronto Winnipeg at San Jose Thursday's Games Quebec at Boston, 7:35p.m. Montreal at Buffalo, 7:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at N.Y. Rangers, 7:35p.m. Sport-by-Sport Strikes Chronology By The Associated Press BASEBALL 1972 March 31 - Player representatives of the Major League Baseball Players Association, In a 47-0 vote, authorize a strike to begin April 1. All 12 exhibition games for that day are cancelled. April 13 — Players and owners settle on a four-year pension plan agreement. The 86 games postponed by the strike are not rescheduled. The season ranges from 153 games for some teams to 156 games for others with division winners determined on the basis of won-loss percentage. The season opens on April 15. Salary arbitration lor players with more than two years' service starts after 1973 season. 1973 Feb. 8 — Owners announce spring train- Ing will not begin without a collective- bargaining agreement. Feb. 25 — Players and owners reach three-year collective-bargaining agreement that establishes salary arbitration for players with two or more years of malor league service. 1976 Feb. 23 — Owners announce spring training will not begin until a new agreement Is reached. March 11 — Players shut down Informal training camps. March 17 — Commissioner Bowie Kuhn orders training camps opened. July 12 — Players and owners reach four-year agreement that establishes procedure for free agency. Players with at least six years service may become free agents but players then must wait five years before becoming a free agent again. Players with two years service eligible for salary arbitration. 1980 March 4 — The players, In a 967-1 vote, authorize a strike on or about opening day. April 1 - Players strike final 92 spring training games. May 23 — Players and owners reach four-year agreement but allow the Issue of free agency to be reopened during the following season. 1111 Feb. 25 — The executive board of the union approves a May 29 strike date. June 12 — After a two-week extension of the original strike deadline caused by a National Labor Relations Board action, players stage first mldseason strike in baseball history. July 31 — Players and owners reach agreement, ending strike after 50 days resulting In 712 cancelled games. Agreement extends contract one year through Dec. 31, 19B4. Season restarts following All-Star Game at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium on Aug. 9. 1915 July 15 - On the day before the All-star Game in Minneapolis, the union sets an Aug.6strlkedate. Aug. 6 — Players strike in mldseason for the second time. Aug. 7 — Players and owners reach five-year agreement. Salary arbitration eligibility Increased from two years to three years. The season resumes Aug. 8 and the 25 strike-affected are made up. 1990 Jan. 9 — Owners announce a lockout will begin Feb. 15 unless there Is a new agreement. March 18 — Agreement reached on a four-year contract after a 32-day lockout. Season starts on April 9, a week behind schedule. The 78 games postponed by the lockout are rescheduled. FOOTBALL ~ 1970 July 30 — The National Football League Players Association votes to strike. Aug. 3 - Strike ends as NFLPA and NFL Management Council reach agreement. 1974 June 30-TheNFLPAgoes on strike. Aug. 11 — Players agree to suspend their strike for 14 days In an effort to resolve labor dispute with owners. Aug. 28 — NFLPA votes 25-1 to relect management's latest offer but says players will open the regular season, If necessary, without a new collective bargaining agreement. ^ 1»77 March 1 — After three years of sporadic negotiations, a new collective bargaining agreement Is reached. 1912 Sept. 20 - NFLPA announces the first regular season strike in the 63-year history of the league, effective following a Monday Patrick Division W L TPtlOFOA 49 24 5 103 312 241 44 26 7 95 324 2«7 3« 30 9 85 337 295 37 29 11 85 281 247 32 35 10 74 277 296 31 35 V: 73 241 263 Adams Division 41 27 10 92 262 200 35 32 10 80 259 267 30 35 12 72 280 287 24 40 13 61 236 272 18 48 11 47 243 311 Home 27- 8-4 25-12-2 20-13-6 23-11-4 19-15-5 21-10-7 27- 8-4 22-11-5 21-12-5 12-17-10 17-19-3 Away 22-16-1 19-14-5 18-17-3 14-18-7 13-20-5 10-25-4 14-19-6 13-21-5 9-23-7 12-23-3 1-29-8 DiV 18-15-1 21-11-0 15-14-3 13-14-5 12-15-6 10-20-5 16- 9-5 15-10-4 11-12-6 10-15-6 9-15-5 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L TPtiOFOA 41 25 12 94 311 251 36 27 15 87 253 229 34 33 10 78 268 259 32 40 5 69 238 265 29 41 7 65 226 280 Smyth* Division 41 25 11 93 277 238 34 30 14 82 279 292 35 33 10 80 287 287 30 32 15 75 236 236 30 36 11 71 285 294 17 55 S 39 209 344 Home 24-12-4 23- 8-8 23-12-3 20-15-3 20-15-3 23- 9-6 20-10-9 21-12-5 20-14-6 19-13-7 14-21-3 Awav 17-13-8 13-19-7 11-21-7 12-25-2 9-26-4 18-16-5 14-20-5 14-21-5 10-18-9 11-23-4 3-34-2 DIV 17-10-3 15-10-5 9-17-3 12-14-3 14-16-2 19- 9-4 15-12-4 14-13-6 12-14-6 15-14-3 8-21-3 AiMcltllGfi. Swt Jtff RobfntM, pltctwr, to ttwlr wlflor (MOW csfflp for rtMtloiMfWflt. CINCINNATI REDS-AnlgnM Ty Orlf- (in, infl»l<t«r, to Chttttnoog* of tht SouttwrnL«(tiM. MONTREAL EXPOS-OptlWWd Brian BsrnM, pltclwr, to Indlmapolli of tht American Allocution. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Pltted Scott T«rry, pltclwr, on th« 15-day dl tAIKITIAU SAN ANTONIO SPURS-Actlvattd Willie Andtnon, guard, from Itw injurtd lltt. Plactd David Roblmon, cmter, on th* injured lift. Cwrttnantal MtktflMII Aiiaclatlan BIRMINGHAM BANDITS-Announctd that Tom Malomy, gtrwral manattr, hat resigned to taka a similar pontlon with tin Ottawa Lynx of the American Association. WerMMtkiflMILMtiM DAYTON WI.NOS-Named.pan Ragland Hartford at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. St. Louli at Minnesota, 1:05 p.m. Calgary at Vancouver, 10:35 p.m. Friday's Oamai Winnipeg at Edmonton, 9:35 p.m. Calgary at San Jose, 10:35p.m. night game between the Green Bay Packers and the New York Giants. Nov. 16 - Tentative agreement reached on a live-year contract. The strike lasted 57 days and resulted In the cancellation of 9t games. Nov. 21—The regular season resumes. Dec. 11 - NFL and NFLPA sign new collective bargaining agreement. 1W Sept. 22 — NFL players go on strike with free agency the ma|or disagreement. Sept. 24 - Third week of games Is cancelled. Oct. 4-5 — The first replacement games take place. Oct. 11-12 - Second replaement games take place. Oct. 15 - After more than 100 players cross picket lines, NFLPA orders players to return without a contract. Oct. 18-19 — Third week of replacement games take place without returned players, prohibited from playing because of what league calls danger ol injury. Oct. 25-24 — Regular schedule resumes without a contract. Players file antitrust suit against owners. HOCKEY WJ April I - NHL players vote MO-4 to re- |ect the owners' contract offer, setting Into motion the first league-wide strike In league history. y-Fort Wayne y-Muskegon y-Mllwaukee y-Kalamazoo Indianapolis IHL Glance East Division W LOTL Pts OF OA 51 21 7 109 327 274 95 299 281 SI 300 304 41 26 37 36 35 35 30 40 80 28} 306 70 264 320 West Division y-KansasCity 53 22 4 110 269 240 y-Peorla 46 24 y-San Diego 44 27 101 323 291 96 330 286 72 240 294 63 266 324 Salt Lake City 32 39 Phoenix 28 44 y-clinched playoff berth NOTE: Two points are awarded for a victory and one for an overtime or Shootout loss. Wednesday's Games Muskegon?, Kalamazoo3 Milwaukee 4, Indianapolis} Thursday's Games Phoenix at Salt Lake City Kansas City at San Diego PeorlaatFortWayne Friday's Games FortWayneatMuskegon Indianapolis at Kalamazoo Peorla at Milwaukee Salt Lake City at Phoenix Kansas City at San Diego Moves Wednesday's Sports Transactions By The Aiioclited Press BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Placed Carlton Flsk, catcher, on the 15-day disabled list. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Placed Joel Skinner, catcher; Jim Thome, third baseman; and Reggie Jefferson, first baseman, on the 15-day disabled list. Signed Ted Power, pitcher, to a one-year contract. KANSAS CITY ROYALS-Sent Kevin Koslofskl, outfielder; Rico Rossy and Luis Media, Inflelders; and Tim Spenr, catcher, to their minor league camp for reassignment. SEATTLE MARINERS-Returned Don- nle Elliott, pitcher, to the Philadelphia Phillies by sending him outright to Scran- ton-Wllkes-Barre of the International League. TEXAS RANGERS-Placed John Barfield and Hector Fa|ardo, pitchers, and Bill Haselman, catcher, on the 15-day disabled Ilst,retroacllveto/viarch28. National League ATLANTA BRAVES-Optloned Mark Wohlers, pitcher, and Keith Mitchell, outfielder, to Richmond of the International League. Sent Randy St. Claire, pitcher, to their minor league camp for reassignment. Waived Mike Heath, catcher, for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release. CHICAGO CUBS-Placed Jerome Walton, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to March 28. Traded Ty Griffin, Inflelder, to the Cincinnati Reds for Scott Bryant, outfielder. Assigned Bryant; assistant coach. Acquired the right! to Johnnie Hlllltrd, guard, from the Saskatchewan Storm for Rick Cilloway, forward. FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS-Slgned Drew Hill, wide receiver, to i one-year contract. DENVER BRONCOS-Slgned Steve Pelluer, quarterback, and Robert Await, tight end. GREEN BAY PACKERS-Slgned Lewli Blllupi,cornerbtck. LOS ANGELES RAMS-Slgned Jim Skow, defensive end. Amerlci'i Cu> Result! SAN DIEGO (API - Result! Wednesday In the America'! Cup selection series, with yacht, syndicate (defender!) or yacht club (challenger!) name and skipper: Defender Selection Seriet Round-robin Ni. 4, race 3 Kanza, Americas Foundation, Buddy Melget, def. America! Amerlca3 Founda tlon, Bill Koch, by 1:13. Elapsed time for Kanza over the 20.03-nautical-mlle course: 2 hours, 16 minutes, 31 seconds. Standings ~ Stars 8. Strlpei, 3 points; Kanza, 3 points, Americas, 0 point!. Note: Yacht! are slotted for scoring purposes. Team Dennis Conner'! Stars & Stripes has slot A. Americas Foundation has entered two yachts, Kanza and Americas. Kanza has replaced Amerlca3 In slot B and Amerlca3 has replaced the retired Defiant In slot C. Kanza entered Round 4 with two bonus points, Stars & Stripes with one. Schedule Thursday, Stars l> Stripes vs. Kanza. Challenger Selection Series Round-robin No. 4, Rice-day No. 3 New Zealand, Mercury Bay Boating Club, Rod Davis, def. II Moro dl Venezla, Compagnla della Vela (Italy), Paul Cayard, by 18 seconds. Elapsed time for New Zealand over the 20.03-nautlcal-mlle race course: 2 hours, 41 minutes, 40 seconds. Vllle de Paris, Yacht Club de France- Sete, Marc Pa|ot, def. Nippon, Nippon Ocean Racing Club (Japan), Chris Dlckson. Nippon did not finish. Elapsed time for Vllle deParls: 2:17:01. Standings New Zealand, 2-1; II Moro dl Venezla, 2 1;Villede Paris, 2-1; Nippon,0-3. Schedule Thursday: New Zealand vs. II Moro di Venezla, Vllle de Paris vs. Nippon. Family Circle Results HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) Results Wednesday In the 1550,000 Family Circle Magazine Cup at Sea Pines Racquet Club (seedlngs In parentheses): Second Round Gabrlela Sabatlnl (1), Argentina, def. Halle Cloff I, Knoxvllle, Tenn., 6-0,6-0. Martina Navratllova (2), Aspen, Colo., def. Donna Faber, Bradenton, Fla., 6-0,6-2. Arantxa Sanchez Vlcario (3), Spain, def. Sablne Hack, Germany, 6-4,6-1. Veronlka Martlnek, Germany, def. Jennifer Capriati (4), Saddlebrook, Fla., 6-4, 1-6,6-4. Jana Novotna (6), Czechoslovakia, def. Patricia Tarablni, Argentina, 6-4,1-6,6-4. Leila Meskhl (7), Georgia, def. Audra Keller, Memphis, Tenn., 6-1,6-1. Caroline Kuhlman, Lakeside Park, Ky. def. Zlna Garrison (B), Houston, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Natalia Zvereva (10), Belarus, def. Shaun Stafford, Galnsvllle, Fla., 6-1,6-1. Patricia Hy, Canada, def. Magdalena Maleeva (11), Bulgaria, 3-6,6-3,6-2. Brenda Schultz (11), Netherlands, def. Stacey Martin, Largo, Md. 6-4,6-2. Sandra Cecchlnl (13), Italy, def. Claudia Kohde-Kllsch, Germany, 6-4,6-1. Amanda Coerter (14), South Africa, def. Taml Whltlinger, Neenah, WIs., 6-3,6-4. Debbie Graham (16), Fountain Valley, Calif., def. Ann Grossman, Grove City, Ohio, 3-6,6-2,6-3. Ines Gorrochategul, Argentina, def. Andrea Temesvarl, Hungary, 2-6,6-3,7-5. Petra Rltter, Austria, def. Sllke Frankl, Germany, 6-3,6-3. River Oaks Results HOUSTON (AP) - Results Wednesday In the 58th River Oak! International (200,000 tennis tournament at River Oaks Country Club (seedlngs In parentheses): Second Round Jeff Tarango (3), Manhatten Beach, Calif., def. Thomas Johansson, Sweden, 6- 'jar'ed Palmer, Saddlebrook, Fla., def. Rlchey Reneberg (2), Hourton, 7-5,6-4. Todd Martin (7), Lansing, Mich., def. Andrei Pavel, Romania, 7-5,6-1. Gabriel Markus (6), Argentina, def. Lars Wahlgren, Sweden, 6-4,6-2. Sports history April 1,1*72 Western senior John Tharpe was named to the North all-star team for the sixth annual North-South Football Game. The University of Tennessee recruit can play at either offensive tackle or linebacker. DIAL SPORTS 1-900-963-4545 Scores Injury Reports Game Previews & Summaries Odds Local Scores Updated 24 hrs. a day 75$ per minutes TouchTone phone required TV, radio sports listing Thursday Sport Time Event TV/Radio Baseball 7:30 p.m. Tigers vs. Royals (exhibition) Basketball 11:35 p.m. NCAA tournament report Golf 4p.m. (Frl.) Senior PGA The Tradition Bird has Celtics streaking into playoff form By The Associated Press The Boston Celtics are starting to get into playoff shape. Larry Bird, Kevin McHale and Reggie Lewis keyed a 20-2 charge late in the fourth period as Boston withstood Washington's 44-point third period and beat the Bullets 120-106 Wednesday night, extending the Celtics' longest winning streak in more than a year to seven games. The victory at Boston Garden clinched a playoff berth for the Celtics in the Eastern Conference. The Celtics are second in the Atlantic Division, 3Ms games behind New York. "The important thing is that NBA roundup we're all healthy going into the playoffs," Bird said. "We still nave a few weeks to get ready.'' The Celtics rallied after Michael Adams scored 23 of his 37 points in the third period, moving the Bullets from a 57-42 halftime deficit to an 86-84 lead. "Michael was on fire," Boston coach Chris Ford said. "I gave everyone a chance to guard him. We had no answers.'' Washington, which has lost eight of its last nine games, managed to open a 92-88 lead early in the fourth period, but the Celtics came back and the lead changed hands seven times before Boston took command. McHale put Boston ahead 100-99 with a one-hander off a pass from Bird with less than seven minutes remaining and Lewis followed with a turnaround jumper. "We were flat and didn't have a lot going," Washington coach Wes Unseld said. "Because of Michael, we made a nice run in the third quarter. Then he signaled me that he was tired. I hated to see him come out, but he was tired.'' Bulls 100, Hornets 94 Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen combined for 20 of Chicago's 22 fourth-quarter points as the Bulls beat Charlotte for their 60th victory. Jordan paced the Bulls with 31 points, while Pippen had a triple double with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists. The win was Chicago's fourth straight and 12th in its last 13 games. Kendall Gill, with a 20-point average, scored a career-high 32 to lead Charlotte. 76ersl08,Heat91 Charles Barkley had 24 points and 10 rebounds as Philadelphia won for-only the second time in 11 games. Miami is now 0-9 lifetime at the Spectrum. Hersey Hawkins added 19 points for Philadelphia as the 76ers closed within two games of Miami in the race for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Armon Gilliam added 17 points for Philadelphia. Rony Seikaly had 19 points and 14 rebounds for Miami, while Willie Burton added 13 points. Spurs 104, Lakers 86 Terry Cummings scored a season-high 35 points, including 15 in the third quarter, as San Antonio snapped a five-game losing streak. Antoine Carr added 19 points for the Spurs, who won for the first time since losing center David Robinson to a thumb injury. The visiting Lakers, who had a five-game winning streak snapped, were led by Terry Teagle with 20 points. Nets 121, Bucks 117 Derrick Coleman scored 24 of his 33 points in the second half as visiting New Jersey Nets rallied from an early 23-point deficit to beat Milwaukee. Alvin Robertson led the Bucks, who lost their sixth straight, with a season-high 30 points. Mavericks 102, Magic 89 Mike luzzolino scored nine of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to lead five Dallas players in double figures against visiting Orlando. The Magic (17-56) are two games below Dallas (19-54) in overall standings. The Mavs have won two straight after losing 15 in a row.

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