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November 16, 2012 | By Mark Perner, pernerm@phillynews.com
To commemorate the Sixers' 50th season in Philly, the Daily News will be looking back at the franchise's Top 25 defining moments, one moment every Friday through the end of the season. Not to forget the bad times, we also will remind you of the lean times, 13 of them in all, to run alternate weeks (No. 12 is next Friday). It was 1997, Larry Brown's first year in Philadelphia and, as we came to learn, patience was never one of his virtues. There were 22 players who donned a Sixers uniform that first season in which the team went 31-51 and the thought of getting to the NBA Finals any time soon seemed ridiculous.
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March 25, 1995 | By Mike Jensen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Trying to soften the hype for tonight's NCAA Southeast Regional final between a couple of historic titans, North Carolina and Kentucky, talking about how the Wildcats were just another team in his way, Jerry Stackhouse wasn't even convincing himself. "It's the biggest game I've ever played," the Tar Heels forward finally said. "It's national. A chance to gain a lot of national exposure. Not that we need it. " Stackhouse talks almost like he plays. He may start off with a little misdirection, but in a flash he's moving dead ahead, oozing with confidence.
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October 16, 1996 | By Raad Cawthon, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Perhaps winning cannot ever be appreciated too much, particularly for a team that last season went 18-64, but the NBA's preseason is more for answering questions than for seeing who wins or loses. Last night, the Sixers beat a lightweight version of the San Antonio Spurs, 109-98, to go to 2-0 in the preseason. Still, as savory as any win is for this franchise, the Sixers left for Phoenix with at least a couple of equipment bags full of questions. Some are fundamental, such as how long it will take the defense to learn to consistently stop an opponent driving up the court with the ball.
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June 30, 1995 | By Dave Caldwell, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Give Jerry Darnell Stackhouse the choice of spending an evening on the couch or at a nightclub and he will take the couch every single time. He falls asleep between 11:30 and midnight - sometimes when he is right in the middle of a sentence. He rarely wants to talk about basketball when he calls home. The biggest social event on his calendar right now is his family reunion back in Kinston, N.C., next Saturday. He does not drink. He talks in a basso profundo that is almost impossible to pick up from five feet away.
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December 23, 1997 | By Stephen A. Smith, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Don't bother telling the 76ers to have a merry Christmas. They had one of their worst losses of the season last night. The Sixers allowed Jerry Stackhouse, whom they traded just four days ago, to help erase their 21-point second-half lead and then block an attempt by Tim Thomas that would have tied the game with four seconds left in regulation time. That secured the Detroit Pistons' 96-92 victory at the CoreStates Center. The loss was the Sixers' sixth straight, the 11th in their last 13 games, and their second to the Pistons in three days in this back-to-back series.
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March 23, 1996 | By Raad Cawthon, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The 76ers lost for the sixth consecutive time last night. This time it was the Los Angeles Clippers who defeated them. The score was 107-93, and sent the Sixers away to finish a road trip that has gone from bleak to hopeless. Jerry Stackhouse, who is serving a two-game suspension for hitting Jeff Hornacek in Utah, scored 32 the last time the Clips and Sixers met. That game, on March 11, was a two-point Clippers win in the Spectrum. But it would have taken more than Stackhouse to overcome the Clippers last night.
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October 31, 1996 | The Philadelphia Inquirer / RON TARVER
The Sixers helped out at the Germantown Boys and Girls Club yesterday. Allen Iverson (right) and Jerry Stackhouse helped with Halloween packages for 180 children at the Stenton Manor Homeless Shelter.
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March 5, 2006 | By David Aldridge, Inquirer Staff Writer
TOP FIVE (Records through Friday) 1. Detroit (48-10): OK, so they'll only win 65 or so. 2. San Antonio (45-12): Gregg Popovich won his 500th game on Thursday. 3. Dallas (46-12): Jerry Stackhouse conjuring up Sixth Man talk. 4. Phoenix (39-17): Amare Stoudemire still a few weeks away. 5. Miami (37-20): Uh-oh: D-Wade (left) tells Riles he has to back off a little. MOVING UP: Indiana (Stojakovic, Fred Jones picking up scoring slack); SIXERS (when there's a consistent third scorer, they can win)
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November 6, 2007 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Jason Terry's bid to become sixth man of the year is off to quite a start. Asked to provide instant offense from the bench, Terry did so last night, scoring 31 points and guiding a late 14-4 run that carried the Dallas Mavericks past the Houston Rockets, 107-98. Tracy McGrady had 35 points and eight assists, and Yao Ming had 21 points and 11 rebounds, yet the Rockets lost for the first time this season. Houston had been 3-0 under new coach Rick Adelman. Before tip-off, Adelman said he viewed this game and the next one - tonight at home against San Antonio - as true tests of his team's progress.
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November 7, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Don Nelson made a triumphant return to Dallas - barely, and in one of the wild finishes that remind him how stressful coaching can be. Baron Davis scored 26 points and Jason Richardson added 22, just enough for the Golden State Warriors to hold off the Mavericks last night, 107-104, in their new coach's return to his old stomping grounds. "I never expected this win," said Nelson, who came out of retirement late this summer to take over the Warriors. "I didn't think we'd be able to beat a good team at this point of the season, but I was wrong.
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NBA LOTTERY AGENDA   When : 8 p.m. Where : Times Square Studios, New York TV : ESPN Procedure : The first three picks will be determined by the lottery. For the remainder of the lottery, teams will select in positions 4 through 14 in inverse order of their regular-season records:                      W-L           Pct.         Odds Bucks         15-67         .183              25.0 Sixers            19-63         .232         19.9 Magic          23-59         .280         15.6 Jazz             25-57        .305         10.4 Celtics          25-57        .305         10.3 Lakers          27-55        .329          6.3 Kings            28-54        .341          4.3 1-Pistons       29-53       .354           2.8 Cavaliers       33-49        .402          1.7 2-Pelicans      34-48        .415          1.1 3-Nuggets      36-46       .439           0.8 *Knicks          37-45       .451           0.7 4-T'Wolves     40-42       .488           0.6 Suns              48-34       .585           0.5 *To Nuggets, or to Magic via Nuggets 1: Pick may be conveyed to Bobcats ...
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November 16, 2012 | By Mark Perner, pernerm@phillynews.com
To commemorate the Sixers' 50th season in Philly, the Daily News will be looking back at the franchise's Top 25 defining moments, one moment every Friday through the end of the season. Not to forget the bad times, we also will remind you of the lean times, 13 of them in all, to run alternate weeks (No. 12 is next Friday). It was 1997, Larry Brown's first year in Philadelphia and, as we came to learn, patience was never one of his virtues. There were 22 players who donned a Sixers uniform that first season in which the team went 31-51 and the thought of getting to the NBA Finals any time soon seemed ridiculous.
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November 10, 2012
Andray Blatche had 15 points, Brook Lopez added 14 points and 10 rebounds and the Brooklyn Nets beat the host Orlando Magic, 107-68, Friday night. The Nets never trailed while snapping a 10-game losing streak to Orlando that dated to 2009. E'Twaun Moore led the Magic with 18 points, and Arron Afflalo finished with 12. The Nets dominated inside, with Lopez and Blatche pushing around Orlando's young front line. They also got a lift from their bench, with Brooklyn's reserves outscoring their counterparts, 55-18, for the game.
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November 6, 2007 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Jason Terry's bid to become sixth man of the year is off to quite a start. Asked to provide instant offense from the bench, Terry did so last night, scoring 31 points and guiding a late 14-4 run that carried the Dallas Mavericks past the Houston Rockets, 107-98. Tracy McGrady had 35 points and eight assists, and Yao Ming had 21 points and 11 rebounds, yet the Rockets lost for the first time this season. Houston had been 3-0 under new coach Rick Adelman. Before tip-off, Adelman said he viewed this game and the next one - tonight at home against San Antonio - as true tests of his team's progress.
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July 7, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Jerry Stackhouse is sticking with Dallas, agreeing to a 3-year deal to remain the Mavericks' sixth man. The details of the deal, agreed to Thursday night, were still being finalized yesterday, according to a team official involved in negotiations. He spoke on condition of anonymity because of league rules against any comments before the signing period begins Wednesday. Stackhouse, 32, will make more than the midlevel exception, which is expected to be set at roughly $6 million.
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November 7, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Don Nelson made a triumphant return to Dallas - barely, and in one of the wild finishes that remind him how stressful coaching can be. Baron Davis scored 26 points and Jason Richardson added 22, just enough for the Golden State Warriors to hold off the Mavericks last night, 107-104, in their new coach's return to his old stomping grounds. "I never expected this win," said Nelson, who came out of retirement late this summer to take over the Warriors. "I didn't think we'd be able to beat a good team at this point of the season, but I was wrong.
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June 18, 2006 | By David Aldridge Inquirer Staff Writer
He would take back none of it, even as he knows he was wrong to do some of the things he did and say some of the things he said. Owning one's past - all of it - is really the only way for true growth. And so, Jerry Stackhouse is where he is now, happy to be a sixth man for the Dallas Mavericks, because of who he was before. "I've been able to see the epitome of the highs, going to All-Star Games, being right there in scoring championships, and now I'm able to see being able to win at the highest level," Stackhouse said last week.
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June 17, 2006 | By David Aldridge INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The NBA Finals took a decided turn yesterday afternoon, with the league announcing it was suspending Dallas Mavericks top reserve Jerry Stackhouse for tomorrow's pivotal Game 5 for his flagrant foul on Miami Heat center Shaquille O'Neal in Game 4. Stackhouse fouled O'Neal from behind as O'Neal went in for a breakaway dunk in the third quarter of Game 4 Thursday. He was given a Flagrant One foul by the game officials on Thursday, but that foul was upgraded to a Flagrant Two by the league office yesterday.
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June 12, 2006 | By David Aldridge INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It wasn't too long ago when the Dallas Mavericks were a one-trick pony, a team that could win only by outscoring its opponents. But that was one coach and one philosophy ago. The Mavericks of coach Avery Johnson are committed to defense, a belief they have displayed all season and put on vivid display last night at American Airlines Center in a 99-85 rout of the Miami Heat. Now they lead the best-of-seven NBA Finals by two games to none. The Mavericks dismantled Miami's half-court offense from the opening tip, with full-court pressure shredding the Heat's desire to get the ball to Shaquille O'Neal quicker, and relentless double-teaming from all over the floor, forcing O'Neal to give up the ball.
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March 10, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Dirk Nowitzki had 33 points and 10 rebounds and the visiting Dallas Mavericks beat the Portland Trail Blazers for the second time in 3 nights, winning, 109-92, last night. Zach Randolph had 29 points for the Blazers, following up his 33-point, eight-rebound performance against Dallas on Tuesday. Jason Terry had 19 points and Devin Harris added 12 points and seven assists for the Mavericks. Reserve Sebastian Telfair had 12 points and eight assists for Portland, which has lost nine of 10 games since the All-Star break.
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