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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Friday, December 27,1985 Page 12 Basketball NBA standings i All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division , W 1 Pet. (Boston 21 7 .750 i New Jersey 19 12 .613 'Philadelphia 16 12 .571 Washington 13 14 .481 , New York 11 19 .367 .1 Central Division Milwaukee 20 12 .625 'Detroit 15 15 .500 Atlanta 14 14 .500 Cleveland 13 16 .448 i Chicago U 21 .344 1 Indiana B 20 .286 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division , Houston 19 11 .633 ' Denver 18 11 .621 1 San Antonio 18 12 .600 ; Utah 16 15 .516 i Dallas 14 14 .500 Sacramento 9 19 .321 Pacific Division ' I.A. lakers 24 4 .857 , Portland IB 14 .563 Seattle U 18 .379 Phoenix 10 18 .357 1 l.A. Clippers 10 19 .345 1 Golden State 10 21 .323 GB — 3% 5 7% 11 — 4 4 5% 9 10 _ V4 1 3 1 /, 4 9 _ B 13 1 /, 14 14% 15V, Thursday's Games New Jersey 124, Detroit 1 16 New York 1 1 3, Chicago 96 ' Milwaukee 105, Indiana 87 ' Houston 106, Utah 99 , San Antonio 109, L.A. Lakers 91 i Dallas 105, Phoenix 98 ' Philadelphia at l.A. Clippers, (n) , Sacramento at Golden State , (n) i Friday's Games i AllantoatWashington,6:30p.m. 1 Cleveland at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Portland at Dallas, 7 p.m. , Golden State at Seattle, 9:30 p.m. ' NBA boxscores NETS 124, PISTONS 116 i Detroit (lit) '• Tripucka 9-18 9-10 27, Mahorn 0-3 0-0 ' 0, Laimbeer 4-12 1-2 10, Thomas 9-22 4-4 ! 23, V.Johnson 1 1 -23 0-0 23, Cureton 4-1 0 2-2 1 0, Campbell 1 -2 0-0 2, Gibson 0-2 0-0 • 0, Dumars 8-13 2-2 19. Benson 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 47-107 18-20 116. ! New Jersey (124) , Williams 10-166-6 26, King 6-13 3-3 15, > Gminski 8-11 2-2 18. Birdsong 3-8 1-27, ; Richardson 8-18 7-B 23, Dowkins 5-10 8. 10 IB, Ronsey 6-9 3-3 15, M.Johnson 0-0 •, 0-0 0, Cook 0-2 0-0 0, O'Koren 1-1 0-0 •|2.Totals47-88 30-34 124. > Detroit 1121323*— lit New Jersey 35282133-124 Three-point goals— Laimbeer, ! Thomas, V.Johnson, Dumars. Fouled !' out— None. Rebounds— Detroit 52 •! (Cureton 13), New Jersey 55 (Williams ', 13). Assists— Detroit 27 (Thomas 11), '. New Jersey 27 (Richardson 10). Total , fouls— Detroit 25, New Jersey 21 . Tech! nicals— Detroit Coach Daly, Thomas, ' New Jersey illegal defense. A— 10,863. i KNICKS 113. BULLS 9t ' New York (113) • , Cummings 10-21 2-5 22, Orr 4-12 2-3 i 10, Bannister 2-5 2-4 6, Sparrow 4-7 0-0 8, i Tucker 7-10 2-2 17, J.Bailey 4-9 4-4 12, D.Walker 3-5 5-711, Grunfeld 6-10 0-0 ' 13, G.Wilkins 6-110-0 13, ThorntonO-1 1! 11. Totals 46-91 18-26113. Chicago (94) Woolridge 7-18 7-10 21, 5. Green 4-11 I 2-2 10, Oldham M l-23,Macy5-80-012, ; Gervin 11-20 8-8 30. Oakley 1-4 1-2 3, Corzine 2-4 1-2 5, Paxson 1-5 0-0 2, Dailey 1-13 2-4 4, Banks 1-5 4-4 6. Totals ,34-8926-3496. New York 30 25 29 29-113 . Chicago M 21 20 17— 96 Three-point goals — Tucker, Grunfeld, Wilkins, Mocy (2). Fouled out— None. Rebounds— New York 44 (Cummings 10), , Chicago 52 (Oakley 12). Assists— New ' York 26 (Sparrow 7, Walker 7), Chicago 22 (Mocy 9). Total fouls— New York 29, ' Chicago 23. Technicals— New York II- i legal defense, Chicago illegal defense. . A— 12,362. ROCKETS 106, JAZZ 99 , Utah (99) i Dantley 14-22 7-9 35, Malonel 1-19 4-6 •' 26, Eaton5-11 0-2 10, Hanson5-164-5 14, Stockton 0-6 0-0 0, Bailey 1-8 0-0 2, Green 4-10 2-2 10. Mannion 0-1 0-0 0, i Hayes 1-2 0-0 2, Wilkins 0-0 0-0 0, i Roberts 0-0 0-0 0, Scurry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 1 41-9517-2499. Houston (104) McCray 5-9 4-4 14, Sampson 6-16 3-6 i 15, Olojuwon7-137-921, Lloyd 7-16 6-6 21, Lucas 6-195-519, Peterson 0-0 0-0 0, J£id 2-9 2-2 6, Leavell 0-2 2-4 2, Wiggins •T^B 2-4 B.Totols 36-92 31 -40106. i-Utah 30 23 32 14— 99 ^Houston IS 27 21 26-104 5f Three-point goals—Lucas 2, Lloyd. •jFouled out—None. Rebounds—Utah 57 >ft,(Malone 15), Houston 69 (Sampson 25). J Assists—Utah 26 (Stockton 10), Houston !»22 (Lucas 7). Total fouls—Utah 31, .jHouslon 22. A—16,016. f SPURS 109, LAKERS 91 "'L.A. Lakers (91) i Rombis 2-2 1-2 5, Worthy 4-12 1-39, jrAbdul-Jobbar 10-194-4 24, Scott 3-132-2 ,•8, E.Johnson 8-14 6-7 22, Lucas 3-8 1-2 7, ••Roper 2-7 0-0 5. Kupchak 2-4 0-0 4, Green 1-21-2 3, McGee 2-5 0-0 4. Totals ,"37-8616-22 91. • San Antonio (109) ; S.Johnson 10-11 6-10 26, Mtkhell 8-18 ! 3-519, Gilmore 6-94-516, Matthews 6-14 ,•0-0 12. Robertson 8-13 1-1 17, Green•; wood 0-3 0-0 0, Sundvold 9-14 0-0 18, > Cook 0-1 1-21, lavaroni 0-2 0-0 O.Totals "47-8515-23 109. .'LosAngeles IB 21 24 24- 91 ; San Antonio 26 25'27 31-109 , Three-point goal—Cooper. Fouled i out— None. Rebounds—Los Angeles 39 • (Rambis 6), San Antonio 47 (Robertson ' 13). Assists—Los Angeles 24 (E.Johnson ,9), San Antonio 30 (Robertson 8). Total fouls—Los Angeles 23, San Antonio 24. >• Technicals— San Antonio illegal defense • 2, los Angeles illegal defense. J A—15,786. ] BUCKS 105, PACERS 17 i Indiana (17) i McCain 2-123-47, Tisdale 6-160-012, J Stipanovich 6-131-3 13, Richardson 1-3 0,02, Stansbury 0-4 1-31, Fleming 3-5 3-3 '' 9, Williams 5-11 4-4 14, Anderson 4-12 2- I 5 10, Garnett 1 -3 0-2 2, Gray 2-4 7-8 11, i Buckner 0-0 0-0, Martin 2-4 2-2 6. Totals > 32-87 23-34 87. 'Milwaukee (IDS) •, Cummings 5-132-212, Lamp 3-8 5-511, ; Breuer 5-9 6-8 16, Hodges 6-8 0-0 13, J' Pressey 7-12 8-11 22, Lister 5-9 2-2 12, •J Fields 2-6 4-6 8, Pierce 1-6 2-2 4, Mokeski J 1 -41 -2 3, Davis 2-5 0-04, Reynolds 0-4 0-2 . O.Totols 37-B4 30-40 105. : Indiana 22 21 IB 24-17 > Milwaukee 2B 24 31 22-105 •J " Three-point goals—Hodges. Fouled • out— None. Rebounds—Indiana 59 " (Tisdale, Gray 10), Milwaukee 64 (Lister •*' 10). Assists—Indiana 21 (Stansbury 6), J Milwaukee 23 (Hodges 7). Total .,, fouls—Indiana 30, Milwaukee 30. Tech• nicals—Milwaukee illegal defense, • Stonsbury. A—11,052. :' College men . " ST. JOHN'S 79, JAMES MADISON 57 I James Madison (57) •< Newman 8-15 1-1 17, Yealts 3-50-1 6, '. Banks 0-31-41, Brent 7-110-214, Griffin S 3-103-4 9, Schwartz3-80-06, Esch 1-40-2 •' t 2. Inge 1-10-02. Keller 0-0 0-0 0, Brand 0•i 0 0-0 0, Halleck 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 26-57 5- 't. 1457. • St. John's (79) Glass 6-12 2-2 14 , Jones 4-5 2-3 10, » Berry 10-15 2-3 22, Jackson 4-11 0-0 B, • Rowan 6-13 1-1 13, Hempel 3-4 0-0 6, • Baldi 2-21-25, Brass 0-1 0-0 0, Shurina 0- f 11-21.Totals 35-64 9-1379. • Halftime—St. John's 35, James Modi!>• son 25. Fouled out—None. Rebound•' s—James Madison 29 (Newman 7), St. • John's 40 (Jones, Jackson 8). Assist' i,-Jamei Madison 16 (Griffin 6), St. i John's 29 (Jackson 13). Total ' fouls—James Madison 15, St. John's 14. t A-8,812. Marmaton Valley, Thayer. AT BUSHTON-Quivira Heights — Burrton, Quivira Heights, Chase, Clallin, Goessel, Central Christian. Sedgwick. AT DEXTER - Argonia, Cedar Vale, Dexter, Elk Valley, Norwich, Flinthills, South Haven. AT LEBO — Lebo, Madison, Morals des Cygnes Valley, Kansos School for the Deaf, Olpe, Waverly, Williamsburg. (Top two teams in each regional advance to either El Dorado or Emporia sub-states (March 6-8). AT HANOVER — Hillcrest, Hanover, Miltonvale, North Central, Blue Valley, Pike Valley. AT HIGHLAND — Axtell, Bern, Midway-Denton, Elwood, Frankfort, Highland, Wetmore. AT JUNCTION CITY-ST. XAVIER — Bennlngton, Hope, St. Xavier, luckey, St. George, Wakefield, White City. AT MANKATO - St. John's of Beloit, White Rock, Waconda East, Downs, Glasco, Jewell, Mankato. (Top two teams in each regional advance to either Clay Center or Concordia sub-states March 6-8). AT ASHLAND — Ashland, Bucklin, Coldwater, fowler, Havllond, Minneola, Mullinville, Protection. AT BAZINE — Bazine, Hanston. Jetmore, Lewis, Ransom, Pawnee Heights, Spearville. AT CUNNINGHAM — Attica, Cunningham, Pratt-Skyline, Pretty Prairie. St. John, Sharon, Stafford. AT INGALLS — Copeland, Deerfield, Ingolls, Montezuma, Moscow, Rolla, Satana. (Top two teams in each regional advance to either Dodge City or Pratt- Skyline sub-slates March 6-8). AT LINCOLN — Ell-Saline, Lincoln, Lucas-Luray, Natoma, Sylvan Grove, Tescott.Tipton, Wilson. AT LOGAN — Eastern Heights, Northern Volley; Herndon, Jennings, Kensington, Lenora, Logan. AT QUINTER — Gorham, Wheollu,,J, Grinnell, Morlond, Palco, Quinter, Golden Plains. AT TRIBUNE-GREELEY COUNTY — Cheylin, Brewster, Healy, Tribune, Utica, Weskan, Triplains. (Top two teams in each regional advance to either GrainfieldrWheatland or Palco sub-stales March 6-8). CLASS 2A SUB-STATE ASSIGNMENTS (March 3-1) AT ARMA-NORTHEAST — Arma- Northeast, Chetopa, Frontenoc, West' Elk, Oswego, Pittsburg Colgan, Pleasanton, St. Paul. AT BLUE RAPIDS-VALLEY HEIGHTS Baileyville, Valley Heights, Centralia, Linn, Onaga, Riley County, Solomon, Washington. AT BURDEN-CENTRAL — Central of Burden, Caldwell, Cheney, Garden Plain, South Barber, Oxford, Udall, Christian Challenge. AT MEADE — Elkhart, Greensburg, Holcomb, Johnson-Stanton County, Kinsley, Meade, Sublette, Syracuse. AT NESS CITY — Atwood, Dighton, LaCrosse, Ness City, St. Francis, Sharon Springs Stockton, Victoria. At PEABODY — Burlingame, Canton- Galva, Berean Academy, Hartford, Centre, Lyndon, Peabody, Wichita Collegiate. AT STERLING (Sterling College) Hutch-Trinity, Inmon, Little River, Macksville, Moundridge, Osborne, Otis- Bison, Sterling. AT WINCHESTER-JEFFERSON COUNTY NORTH — Kansas City-Savior of the World, Linwood, McLouth, Oskaloosa, Troy, Valley Falls, Wathena, Jefferson County North. CLASS 3A SUB-STATE ASSIGNMENTS (March M) AT BURLINGTON — Burlington, Chase County, Leon-Bluestem, Jaynawk Linn, Pomona, Central Heights, Wellsville, Yates Center. AT DODGE CITY (St. Mary of the Plains College) — Cimarron, Ellinwood, Ellis, Southwestern Heights, Lakin, langdon- Fairfield, Leoti, Medicine Lodge. AT GYPSUM-SOUTHEAST OF SALINE — Ellsworth, Southeast of Saline, Herington, Smoky Volley, Lyons, Minneapolis, Sacred Heart, St. John's Military. AT HESSTON — Belle Plaine, Conway Springs, Douglass, Halstead, Hesston, Hillsboro, Marion, Remington. AT HUMBOLDT — Cherokee- Southeast, Cherryvale, Erie, Galena, Humboldt, Riverton, Sedan, Uniontown. AT OBERLIN — Hill City, Hoxie, Norton, Oakley, Oberlin, Plainville, Smith Center, WaKeeney. AT ST. MARYS — Northern Heights, Wabaunsee, Mission Valley, Euaora, Osage City, Rossville, St. Marys, Silver Lake. AT SENECA-NEMAHA VALLEY — Belleville, Clifton-Clyde, Pleasant Ridge, Jackson Heights, Horton, Immaculata, Sabetha, Nemaha Valley. Today's schedule FRIDAY, DEC. 27 BASKETBALL Wichita State vs. Arizona State at Kansas City, Mo., 7 p.m. (BMA Classic at Kemper Arena) Kansas vs. Louisiana Tech at Kansas City, Mo., 9 p.m. (BMA Classic at Kemper Arena) Bak'er vs. College of the Ozarks, 6 p.m. (McDonald's- Marymount Classic at Bicentennial Center) Marymount vs. Oakland City, Ind., 8 p.m. (McDonald's- Marymount Classic at Bicentennial Center) Book details personal side of Nebraska football coach Centers 1, Kareem Abdul-Jabbor, L.A. Lakers, 200.519. 2, Wayne Cooper, Denver, 129,533. 3, Akeem Ola|uwon, Houston, 89,556. 4, Artis Gilmore, San Antonio, 68,458. 5, Joe Barry Carroll, Golden State, 55,732. 6, Jack Sikma, Seattle, 42,275. 7, James Edwards, Phoenix, 37,928. 8. Sam Bowie, Portland, 35,199. 9, Mark Eaton, Utah, 32,350. 10, Alvan Adams, Phoenix, 19,704. Forwards 1, Alex English, Denver, 178,687. 2, Calvin Natt, Denver, 145,266. 3, James Worthy, L.A. Lakers, 133,314. 4, Marques Johnson, L.A. Clippers, 118,418. 5, Ralph Sampson, Houston, 113.756. 6, Mark Aguirre, Dallas, 111,676. 7, Mike Mitchell, San Antonio, 89,046. 8, Adrian Dantley, Utah, 62,796. 9, Kiki Vandeweghe, Portland, 52,704. 10, Sam Perkins, Dallas, 52,126. Guards 1, Earvin Johnson, L.A. Lakers, 318,075. 2, Lafayette lever, Denver, 128,923. 3, Chris Mullin, Golden State, 94,424. 4, Michael Cooper, L.A. Lakers, 94,103. 5, Johnny Moore, San Antonio, 86,725. 6, Rolando Blackman, Dallas, 83,274. 7, Clyde Drexler, Portland, 81,077. 8, Alvin Robertson, San Antonio, 76,732. 9, Norm Nixon, l.A. Clippers, 65,810. 10, Byron Scott, L.A. Lakers, 59,797. Football CLASS 4A SUB-STATE ASSIGNMENTS (March 3-1) AT ABILENE — Abilene, Belolt, Chapman, Clay Center, Concordia, Council Grove, Hoisington, Russell. AT AUGUSTA — Andover, Augusta, Caney Valley, Eureka, Mulvane, Rose Hill, Circle, Wellington. AT GIRARD — Baxter Springs, Columbus, Fredonia, Gornett, Girard, lola, Prairie View, Neodesha. AT HIAWATHA — Atchison, Mt.-SI. Scholastica, Effingham, Hiawatha, Holton, Royal Valley, Lansing, Marysville. AT PAOLA — Baldwin, DeSota, Gardner-Edgerton, Louisburg, Osawatomie, Paolo, Shawnee Aquinas, Spring Hill. AT PRATT (Pratt Community College) — Andale, Chaparral, Clearwater, Haven, Kingman, Maize, Nickerson, Pratt. AT SCOTT CITY — Colby, Goodland, Thomas More Prep-Marian, Hugolon, larned, Phillipsburg, Scott City, Ulysses. AT TOPEKA HAYDEN — Basehor, Santa Fe Trail, Kansas City Piper, Jefferson West, Perry lecompton, Tonganoxie, Hayden, Wamego. Prep assignments REGIONAL ASSIGNMENTS , (Feb.24-Marchl) I dais 1A AT BUFFALO — Altoona-Midway, -Colony-Crest, Gridley, Hamilton, LeRoy, CLASS 5A SUB-STATES ASSIGNMENTS (March 6-1) AT AITAMONT-LABETTE COUNTY - Lobette County, Coffeyville, Independence, Parsons. AT ARKANSAS CITY — Arkansas City, El Dorado, Wichita Kapaun, Winfield. AT BUHLER — Buhler, McPherson, Newton, Salina South. AT FORT SCOTT — Chanute, Fort Scott, Ottawa, Pittsburg. AT GODDARD — Goddard, Valley Center, Wichita Carroll, Haysviile Campus. AT HAYS — Great Bend, Hays, Liberal, Salina Central. AT KANSAS CITY-SUMNER ACADEMY — Kansas City Sumner Academy, Kansas City Turner, Kansas City Ward, Shawnee Mission Miege. AT TECUMSEH-SHAWNEE HEIGHTS — Maur Hill, Bonner Springs, Shawnee Heights, Washburn Rural. CLASS 6A SUB-STATE ASSIGNMENTS (March 4-1) AT DERBY — Derby, Wichita South, Wichita Southeast. Wichita West. AT GARDEN CITY — Dodge City, Garden City, Hutchinson, Wichita Northwest. AT KANSAS CITY SCHLAGLE (Kansas City Kansos Community College) — Kansas City Schlagle, Kansas City Wyandotte, Shawnee Mission North, Shownee Mission West. AT KANSAS CITY WASHINGTON Kansas City Washington, Olathe North, Olathe South, Shawnee Mission Northwest. AT STANLEY-BLUE VALLEY — Kansas City Harmon, Shawnee Mission East, Shawnee Mission South, Blue Valley. AT TOPEKA-HIGHLAND PARK — Lawrence, Leavenworth, Topeka High, Highland Park. AT TOPEKA-SEAMAN — Junction City, Manhattan, Seaman, Topeka West. AT WICHITA-NORTH — Emporia, Wichita East, Wichita Heights, Wichita North. All-Star voting NEW YORK (AP) - Totals in fan voting for Western Conference starting positions In the 36th Annual National Basketball Association All-Star Game, to be played February 9 at the Reunion Arena in Dallas: *" All-Pro team The 1985 Associated Press All-Pro football team: FIRST TEAM Offense WR — Steve Largent, Seattle; Mike Quick, Philadelphia. TE — Todd Christensen, Los Angeles Raiders. T — Jlmbo Covert, Chicago; Anthony Munoz, Cincinnati. G — Russ Grimm, Washington: John Hannah, New England. C —DwightStephenson, Miami. QB — Dan Marino, Miami. RB — Walter Payton, Chicago; Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders. Defense DE — Howie Long, Los Angeles Raiders; Richard Dent, Chicago. DT — Randy White, Dallas, Steve McMichael, Chicago. NT — Joe Klecko, New York Jets. OLB — Andre Tippett, New England; Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants. ILB — Mike Singletary, Chicago: Karl Mecklenburg, Denver. CB — Mike Haynes, Los Angeles Raiders; Eric Wright, San Francisco. S — Wes Hopkins, Philadelphia; Ken Easley, Seattle. Specialists PK — Nick lowery, Kansas City. P — Dale Hatcher, Los Angeles Rams. KR — Ron Brown, Los Angeles Rams. SECOND TEAM Offense WR — Louis Lipps, Pittsburgh; Art Monk, Washington. TE — Ozzie Newsome, Cleveland. T — Chris Hinton, Indianapolis; Brian Holloway, New England. G — Mike Munchak, Houston; Kent Hill, Rams. C — Joe Fields, New York Jets. QB — Dan Fouts, San Diego. RB — Roger Craig, San Francisco; Gerald Riggs, Atlanta. Defense DE — Leonard Marshall, New York Giants; Rulon Jones, Denver. DT — Dan Hampton, Chicago; Michael Carter, San Francisco. NT-Bob Gollc, Cleveland. OLB — Otis Wilson, Chicago; Rickey Jackson, New Orleans. ILB — Harry Carson, New York Giants; Lance Mehl, New York Jets. CB — Everson Walls, Dallas; LeRoy Irvin, Los Angeles Rams. S — Deron Cherry, Kansas City; Gary Fencik, Chicago. Specialists PK — Morton Andersen, New Orleans. P — Rohn Stark, Indianapolis. KR — Irving Fryar, New England. HONORABLE MENTION WR — James Lofton, Green Bay; Mark Clayton, Miami: Mark Duper, Miami; Tony Hill, Dallas; Cris Collinsworth, Cincinnati; Wes Chandler, San Diego; John Stallworth, Pittsburgh. TE — Doug Cosbie, Dallas; Mickey Shuler, New York Jets; Jimmie Giles, Tampa Bay T — Keith Fahnhorst, San Francisco; Joe Jacoby, Washington; Jackie Slater, Los Angeles Rams; Jon Giesler, Miami. G — Brian Blodos, Cincinnati; John Ayers, San Francisco; Randy Cross, San Francisco; Roy Foster, Miami; Bill Frolic, Atlanta; Dennis Harrah, Los Angeles Rams. C — Jay Hilgenberg, Chicago: Ray Donaldson, Indianapolis; Mike Webster, Pittsburgh; Doug Smith, Los Angeles Rams. QB — Ken O'Brien, New York Jets; Joe Montana, San Francisco; Boomer Esiason, Cincinnati; Jim McMahon, Chicago; Phil Simms, New York Giants; John Elway, Denver. RB — Joe Morris, New York Giants; Freeman McNeil, New York Jets: Craig James, New England: Kevin Mack, Cleveland; Tony Dorset), Dallas: Eric Dickerson, Los Angeles Rams; Lionel James, Son Diego. Defense DE — Mark Gastlneou, New York Jets; Jacob Green, Seattle; Dexter Manley, Washington: Charles Mann, Washington; Reggie White, Philadelphia. DT-NT — Bill Pickel, los Angeles Raiders; Joe Nash, Seattle; Jim Burl, New York Giants; Bill Maas, Kansas City; Dave Butz, Washington. OLB — Chip Banks, Cleveland; Keena Turner, San Francisco; Mike Merri weather, Pittsburgh. ILB — Jim Collins, Los Angeles Rams; E.J. Junior, SI. Louis; Steve Nelson, New England; Eddie Johnson, Cleveland. CB — Louis Wright, Denver; Hanfard Dixon, Cleveland; Raymond Clayborn, New England; Gary Green, Los Angeles Rams; Charles Romes, Buffalo; Albert Lewis, Kansos City. S — Fred Marion, New England; Carlton Williamson, San Francisco; Terry Kinard, New York Giants: Leonard Smith, St. Louis; Vann McElroy, Los Angeles Raiders: Dave Duerson, Chicago; Dennis Smith, Denver. Specialists PK — Kevin Butler, Chicago; Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh; Eddie Murray, Detroit. P — John Kidd, Buffalo; Sean Landeta, New York Giants. KR — Louis lipps, Pittsburgh; Henry Ellord, Los Angeles Rams. Wrestling Prep regionals CLASS 6A REGIONAL ASSIGNMENTS AT LEAVENWORTH — Kansos City Washington, Lawrence, leaven worth, Olathe North, Olalhe South, Shawnee Mission Northwest, Topeka High, Highland Park. AT MANHATTAN — Emporia, Junction City, Manhattan, Seaman, Topeka West, Wichita East, Wichita Heights, Wichita North. AT SHAWNEE MISSION SOUTI. — Kansas City Harmon, Kansas City Schlagle, Kansas City Wyandotte, Shawnee Mission East, Shawnee Mission North, Shawnee Mission South, Shawnee Mission West, Blue Valley. AT WICHITA NORTHWEST — Derby, Dodge City, Garden City, Hutchinson, Wichita Northwest, Wichita South, Wichita Southeast, Wichita West. ' CLASS 5A REGIONAL ASSIGNMENTS AT CHANUTE — lobelte County, Chanule, CoHeyville, Fort Scott, Independence, Ottawa, Parsons, Pittsburg. AT EL DORADO — Arkansas City, El Dorado, Goddard, Valley Center, Wichita Carroll, Haysville-Campus, Wichita Kapaun.Winlleld. AT MCPHERSON — Great Bend, Hays, Liberal, McPherson, Newton, Salina Central, Salina South. AT TOPEKA WASHBURN RURAL — Maur Hill, Bonner Springs, Kansas City Sumner Academy, Kansas City Turner, Kansas City Ward, Shawnee Mission Mlege, Shawnee Heights, Washburn Rural. CLASS 4A REGIONAL ASSIGNMENTS AT GARDNER-GARDNER EDGERTON — Baldwin, Basehor, Santa Fe Trail, DeSota, Gardner Edgerton, Garnett, Kansas City Piper, Prairie View, Louisburg, Osawatomie, Paolo, Shawnee Aquinas, Spring Hill, Tonganoxie. AT GOODLAND — Belolt, Colby, Concordla, Goodland, Thomas More Prep-Marian, Hoisington, Hugoton, Lamed, Phillipsburg, Pratt, Russell, Scott City, Ulysses. AT HOLTON — Abilene, Atchison, Chapman, Clay Center, EHIngham, Hiawatha, Holton, Royal Valley, Lansing, Marysville, Perry Lecompton, Hayden, Wamego. AT MAIZE — Andale, Andover, Chaparral, Augusta, Caney Valley, Clearwater, Columbus, Eureka, Fredonia, Maize, Nickerson, Rose Hill, Wellington. CLASS 3-2-1A REGIONAL ASSIGNMENTS AT COTTONWOOD FALLS-CHASE COUNTY — Wabaunsee, Central of Burden, Burlingame, Burlington, Chase County, Douglass, Garden Plain, Holstead, Herlngton, Hesston, Leon- Bluestem, Flinthills, Wellsville. AT ELLSWORTH - Belleville, Ellsworth, Southeast of Saline, Kinsley, Lincoln, Lyons, Minneapolis, Osborne, Plainville, St. John's Military, Smith Center, Stafford, Stockton. AT OAKLEY - At wood, Ellis, Hill City, Holcomb, Hoxie, Leoll, Norton, Oakley, Oberlin, St. Francis, Tribune, WaKeeney. AT SABETHA — Pleasant Ridge, Eudora, Kansas City Savior of the World, Immaculata, Linwood, Kansas School for the Deaf, Onaga, Oskaloosa, Rossville, St. Marys, Sabelha, Nemaha Valley, Silver Lake. Hockey NHL standings All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division Fit GF GA 52 160 107 46 132 105 131 131 135 125 35 34 34 27 129 123 129 145 135 144 126 130 134 114 121 117 118 134 W L Phildlphia 26 9 Washngtn 21 B NY Isles 13 12 NYRangrs 16 IB Pittshrgh 15 17 N Jersey 13 19 Adams Division Quebec 18 14 2 38 Montreal 17 12 4 38 Boston 16 12 6 38 Buffalo 17 16 2 36 Hartford 17 15 1 35 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division St.Louis 16 12 4 36 Chicago 13 16 4 30 Minnsota 11 16 7 29 Toronto 9 19 5 23 Detroit 7 22 4 18 Smythe Division Edmonton 24 7 4 52 Calgary 17 13 3 37 Vancouvr 13 19 4 30 Winnipeg 12 22 4 28 L Angeles 8 21 4 20 Thursday's Games Pittsburgh 4, Boston 3 Buffalo 6, N.Y. Rangers 1 Washington 4, Quebec 3 Toronto 5, Detroit 4 Hartford4,N.Y.Islanders3 St. Louis 9, Chicago 6 Minnesota 6, Winnipeg 5 Friday's Garnet Montreal at New Jersey, 6:35 p.m. Philadelphia at Vancouver, 10:05 p.m. 126 142 143 126 107 1B9 142 137 141 111 124 159 138 148 177 141 118 151 180 170 Soccer MISL standings Minnesota Baltimore Cleveland Pittsburgh Dallas Chicago Wichita San Diego Tacoma St. Louis Kansas City Los Angeles All Times CST Eastern Division W 1 Pet. 12 5 .706 7 7 .500 7 7 .500 7 7 .500 B 9 .471 5 B .385 Western Division 9 5 .643 8 6 .571 8 9 .471 7 9 .438 6 B .429 5 9 .357 GB M 3'/i 3% 4 5 1 TA 3 3 4 Thursday's Games Kansas City 3, Minnesota 2 San Diego 5, Wichita 3 Friday's Garnet Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Baltimore at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m. Dallas at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. San Diego at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Etc. LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Watching Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne on the sidelines during a game will uncover few hints of the emotional man beneath the calm, rigid- faced exterior. Osborne, who has a doctorate inj educational psychology, feels he! may be mis-j understood by many footballl fans. He wonders! if they think his 1 players go out and Osborne win in an unemotional, robotic manner — clones of the man whose teams have won nine or more games in each of his 13 seasons as head coach. The coach's concern about the aloof image he projects led him to agree to a suggestion that he address any misconceptions by writing a book about himself. "More Than Winning," written with his friend, John E. Roberts, is the result. The book tells more about a kindly and caring Osborne than does his appearance. It progresses from his youth to his years as coach at Nebraska. In between are stories about his own athletic achievements in high school, at Hastings College and in a brief professional football career. The heart of the book is about coaching and the teams he's coached, first as an assistant at San Antonio knocks off LA. Lakers By The Associated Press Steve Johnson scored 26 points as San Antonio coasted to a 109-91 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers Thursday night for the Spurs' fourth consecutive victory. The loss Nebraska under Bob Devaney and then as head coach. Osborne's teams have been rated 63 straight weeks in The Associated Press polls, have been in the top 20 during 194 out of 196 weeks he has been head coach and had a record of 127-29-2. Only Oklahoma's Barry Switzer's .827 winning percentage tops Osborne's .815 among active coaches. His current team, with a 9-2 record and ranked seventh, will play Michigan in the Sunkist Fiesta Bowl on New Year's Day. Osborne's teams have won or tied for six Big Eight Conference titles, but the theme of his book is that there's more to football than winning. He stresses the process of football. "I think that philosophically, my approach to athletics, what we try to get done with our team is something a lot of folks don't understand," Osborne said in a recent interview. "They're feeling all there is to the game and all that we're interested in is going out there and winning. I think there's a little more to it than that." In the book, Osborne gives his views on special teams like the 1983 "super team" that went 12-1, special games like the 1971 Nebraska- Oklahoma game and special players like former All-America quarterback Turner Gill. He writes about losing the national championship to Miami in the 1984 Orange Bowl and how he tries to mold his players into winners on and off the field. "I thought it might help people understand better why we do what we do and might understand a little better what goes on in trying to build a good program," Osborne said. "They might understand me a little better as a person, too." To be understood by Nebraska fans is important to Osborne. "I thought that certainly would be one thing that might come of it. That would be positive," he said. "I think a lot of people have this image of me. standing on the sidelines or what they read in the papers. Many times that is very far from what you're really like." The book, he says, is "representa-; tive of what makes me tick." That creates another concern. "If they get to know more about you, they may not like you very well." In the book, Osborne writes about the heart bypass surgery he had early this year and how that made him realize he needed to slow down. He attends fewer public functions, allows fewer interviews and spends a little more time at home. Osborne is the grandson of a preacher, and in his book writes strongly that as a religious man he banks strongly on his faith in times of stress and need. Proceeds from the book, he said, will be shared with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, his church, a children's home he works with in Lincoln and others. NBA roundup was only the fourth of the year for the Lakers, 244, and nipped a five-game Los Angeles winning streak. Behind Johnson's season-high performance, Mike Mitchell scored 19 points, reserve guard Jon Sundvold 18, and Alvin Robertston had 17 points and 13 rebounds for the Spurs. The Lakers were paced by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with 24 points and Earin Johnson with 22. The Spurs jumped out to a 51-39 halftime lead as the Lakers shot only 37.2 percent from the field and Johnson committed seven turnovers. The Lakers whittled the Spurs lead to 94-83 with 4:46 left in the game. But two baskets by Mitchell and Robertson iced the victory. • NETS 124, PISTONS 116 — At East Rutherford, N.J., Buck Williams scored 14 of his 26 points as New Jersey outscored Detroit 39-18 during an 11%-minute span of the first half, and the Nets went on to win their fifth straight game. Kelly Tripucka scored 19 of his game-high 27 points in the third quarter for the Pistons, while Vinnie Johnson and Isiah Thomas scored 23 each for Detroit. Michael Ray Richardson had 23 points and Darryl Dawkins and Mike Gminski had 18 each for the Nets, who have won nine of their last 10 games. • KNICKS 113, BULLS 96 — At Chicago, forward Pat Cummings scored 14 of his team-high 22 points in the second half to lead New York over the Bulls. The victory was New York's fourth straight, while Chicago suffered the third loss in its last four games. Chicago guard George Gervin was the game's high-scorer with 30 points. Cummings' shooting helped the Knicks overcome the loss of center Patrick Ewing, who missed the game with a jammed right knee. • BUCKS 105, PACERS 87 — At Milwaukee, Paul Pressey scored 22 points and Randy Breuer added 16 to San Antonio's Artis Gilmore is fouled from behind by the Lakers' Maurice Lucas. pace the Bucks over Indiana. The Bucks, in command most of the way, pulled to an 89-63 lead with 8:22 remaining on a jump shot by Craig Hodges. Stuart Gray's two free throws with 6:54 left cut the Milwaukee lead to 9271 before another long jumper by Hodges helped the Bucks to a 98-72 lead. Hodges added 13 points and Terry Cummings and Alton Lister 12 each for Milwaukee. Herb Williams led Indiana with 14 points and Stipanovich added 13. • ROCKETS 106, JAZZ 99 — At Houston, Lewis Lloyd scored six of his 21 points during a 10-point Houston scoring spree in the fourth quarter, boosting the Rockets over Utah. Lloyd's spurt early in the fourth quarter came when Houston trailed 87-80, moving the Rockets ahead 90- 87with7:421eft. The Rockets, 19-11, never trailed again to remain unbeaten in 15 homes games this season. Utah, 16-15, was led by Adrian Dantley with 35 points and Karl Malone with 26 points. St. John's rolls past lames Madison NEW YORK (AP) - Walter Berry scored 22 points Thursday night to lead llth-ranked St. John's to its ninth straight victory, 79-57 over James Madison in the Holiday Festival. St. Bonaventure defeated lona 7472 in overtime in the first game of the doubleheader at Madison Square Garden. St. John's will meet St. Bonaventure for the championship on Saturday. Berry scored 14 of his points in the second half as Redmen, 11-1, pulled away after holding a 35-25 lead at intermission. NFL playoffs All Times CST First Round Saturday, Dec. 21 New England at New York Jets, 3 p.m. Sunday; Dec. 29 San Francisco at New York Giants, 12 p.m. Second Round Saturday, Jan. 4 Cleveland at Miami, 11:30 p.m. Dallas at Los Angeles Rams, 3p.m. Sunday, Jan. S San Francisco-New York Giants winner at Chicago, 11:30 p.m. New England-New York Jets winner at Los Angeles Raiders, 3 p.m. Conference Championships Sunday, Jan. 12 SUPER BOWL XX Sunday, Jan. U At New Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 4 p.m. Transactions HOCKEY Notional Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES—Recalled Adam Creighlon and Norm Lacombe, forwards, from Rochester of the American Hockey League. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS-Sent Jim McGeough, right wing, to Baltimore of the American Hockey League. SOCCER Major Indoor Soccer League KANSAS CITY COMETS—Signed Palo Margetic, forward, to a one-year contract. COLLEGE MISSOURI WESTERN-Named Dennis Darnell head football coach. NOTRE DAME—Named Foge Faiio and Pete Cardelll assistant football coaches. WYOMING—Announced that Jim Jones, head baseball coach, has resigned to accept the head coaching job at SI. Mary's, Calif. / Wilkes (Continued from Page 11) ately after the Lakers cut him. But he opted to play in his familiar Southern California surroundings instead of accepting an offer from the Chicago Bulls. "I do have second thoughts about not going to Chicago," said Wilkes, who played for Bulls' coach Stan Albeck when Albeck was an assistant with the Lakers. "Stan really wanted me and we had always had a good relationship." Following a 5-0 start this season, the Clippers collapsed due in part to injuries, including one to Wilkes. When he went to the sidelines in the first quarter of the Clippers' game in Oakland against the Warriors on Nov. 12, he first thought of calling it a career. After missing 13 games, he returned to action, but was used sparingly. Then he developed a cold that mushroomed into bronchitis. Last week, he was benched for two straight games before playing only eight minutes in Sacramento on Dec.. 21 in what eventually became his last NBA game. His took a long hard look at himself that night. "For the first time in my life, I didn't want to be there," said Wilkes, who played for two of John Wooden's NCAA championship teams at UCLA and was named NBA Rookie of the Year in 1974-75 while playing with the Warriors. f "I didn't feel I was making a significant contribution. My mind wasn't on the team or the game. It was on what I would be doing. I was thinking more about life outside of basketball than I was about life in basketball." Among Wilkes' plans are to take entrance exams for business school and possibly joining ex-heavyweight boxing champion Ken Norton's management agency. He curiously said that his retirement was "98 percent final," while emphasizing that he wasn't interested in coming out of retirement to help a contending team down the stretch. He also said he isn't interested in coaching an NBA club. "But," he said through moist eyes, "I'll always be a fan." r

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