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July 9, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Mike Dunleavy, the third overall pick in the NBA draft, signed with the Golden State Warriors yesterday. Dunleavy, a 6-9 forward, was a member of Duke's 2001 national championship team. He averaged 17.3 points and 7.2 rebounds for the Blue Devils last season, then skipped his senior season to enter the draft. The Warriors wouldn't discuss the terms of Dunleavy's 3-year contract, but the deal is in line with the rookie pay scale determined by the NBA's collective bargaining agreement.
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April 19, 1996 | Daily News Wire Services
Mike Dunleavy, completing a fourth losing season as coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, disputed a broadcast report yesterday that he will be fired after the season. "It's not true. I'm still the coach. I'm still here," Dunleavy said after the Bucks' 111-103 road victory over the Charlotte Hornets. The team is 25-55 this season. Milwaukee station WITI-TV, quoting an unidentified source, said Dunleavy had been told he will be dismissed, and the announcement could come Monday. "I'm still the coach and I'll be the coach until I hear otherwise from Senator Kohl," Dunleavy said, referring to Wisconsin Sen. Herb Kohl, the Bucks' owner.
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September 11, 1993 | by Phil Jasner, Daily News Sports Writer
Don't simply consider the 23 games in which Derek Strong played for the Milwaukee Bucks last season. Factor in all the hours coach Mike Dunleavy spent with him one-on-one, working diligently on his footwork, his moves to the basket, his positioning for rebounding. Dunleavy, who is also the Bucks' vice president of basketball operations, liked what he saw. Liked it enough to tender Strong, a restricted free agent, a $250,000 qualifying offer, the procedure necessary for the Bucks to retain a right of first refusal against offers from other teams.
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April 17, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
Rasheed Wallace, who has been ejected seven times this season and has racked up 41 technical fouls, was suspended for tonight's regular-season finale by the Portland Trail Blazers for "conduct detrimental to the success of the team," coach Mike Dunleavy said yesterday. Wallace was punished for throwing a towel in the face of teammate Arvydas Sabonis during an argument in Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. "As far as all parties are concerned, hopefully we come to practice [tomorrow]
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April 28, 1996 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Mike Dunleavy was fired as coach of the Milwaukee Bucks yesterday but was retained as general manager. Dunleavy was 107-221 in four years as coach. The Bucks had just one winning month since November 1992, and are headed to their fifth straight lottery. Last week Dunleavy said he didn't want to lose the coaching job and stay on as GM. Team owner Herb Kohl said Dunleavy's contract - worth $6.4 million for four more years - wouldn't be restructured. The Washington Bullets decided to keep shooting guard Tim Legler on the team for next season.
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April 1, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
Jermaine O'Neal scored nine points after sitting out for more than 2 months with a knee injury, and the Indiana Pacers beat the visiting Miami Heat, 105-85, last night. O'Neal shot 3-for-4 from the field and 3-for-4 from the free-throw line in 18 minutes. He had missed 33 straight games with a bone bruise, and the Pacers went 12-21 during that stretch. "I didn't feel as rusty as I thought I would be," O'Neal said. "The tempo of the game was probably a lot less than what we've had in practice over the last couple days, so I think that really helped.
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February 6, 2009 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
These were not your 76ers. This was a team caught in the swirl of a hectic evening. This was a team that needed to plant its feet for a moment, just long enough to defeat the Indiana Pacers at the Wachovia Center last night. This was a team that needed to begin recalculating the rest of this season, which will be played without Elton Brand. Like leaving the doctor's office with a lollipop, the Sixers snagged what they could from an awkward situation, defeating Indiana, 99-94.
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March 8, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Jason Williams isn't getting back to the NBA by dipping his toes into the water; he's jumping right in. Williams, playing his first game since Feb. 19, flllowing surgery for an ingrown toenail, scored 33 points and handed out 11 assists last night as the Memphis Grizzlies had a rare offensive outburst in defeating the visiting Indiana Pacers, 122-111. "I'm not really worried about my foot," Williams said. "I felt good, and I was ready to play. " Seven Grizzlies finished in double figures as Memphis snapped an eight-game losing streak and set a franchise record for points scored in regulation.
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February 8, 2005 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
WASHINGTON - Gilbert Arenas matched his career high with 43 points as the Washington Wizards beat the Indiana Pacers, 108-104, last night. Antawn Jamison added 20 points for the Wizards and combined with Arenas for 19 of the 21 points the team scored in the final eight minutes. Arenas, who went 15 for 28 from the field, missed a shot in the lane with Washington up by 106-104, giving the Pacers a chance to tie or win with less than nine seconds to play. But Indiana's Fred Jones lost control of the ball, and Juan Dixon then made two free throws with 3.6 seconds left to seal the Wizards' win. Jermaine O'Neal scored 30 points for the Pacers, and Stephen Jackson added 29. Hawks 114, Lakers 108 ATLANTA - Antoine Walker made two baskets in the last 2:14 and Tony Delk hit eight free throws in the final minute as Atlanta held off Los Angeles.
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September 22, 1993 | By Bob Ford, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The 76ers are headed for their first loss of the off-season today when the Milwaukee Bucks match an offer sheet on restricted free-agent forward Derek Strong. Until now, the Sixers have managed to obtain the players of their choice, and they had hoped to lift Strong from the Bucks and make him a key component of their forward rotation. But the Bucks will exercise their right to match the two-year, $940,000 guaranteed contract Strong was offered by the Sixers. According to Mike Carey, Strong's agent, they will complete the paperwork today.
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January 12, 2011 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
This wasn't the way the 76ers wanted to begin a three-game homestand. Trailing by 16 points early in the third quarter and then leading by as many as five in the fourth, the Sixers couldn't hold on Tuesday in a 111-103 loss to the Indiana Pacers at the Wells Fargo Center. The Sixers are 15-23 overall; they fell to 10-7 at the Wells Fargo Center. Indiana improved to 15-20. Jrue Holiday had 19 points for the Sixers and Elton Brand added 18. Danny Granger scored 27 for Indiana, including 11 in the fourth quarter.
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January 12, 2011 | By BOB COONEY, cooneyb@phillynews.com
NOT MANY people cared to venture out in the snow last night to watch the 76ers play the Indiana Pacers. Not many 76ers cared to play much defense last night, either. On a night when the Sixers got back their defensive leader in Andre Iguodala, they gave Indiana a plethora of open looks that led to many easy baskets and a 111-103 win. With such a small crowd, you needed a power outlet to find any electricity in the Wells Fargo Center, and the Sixers couldn't find any throughout the game.
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January 14, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Indiana's formula for victory this week has been simple: fall behind by more than 20 points, then stage a frantic rally to win. Danny Granger scored 33 points, Mike Dunleavy added a season-high 30 and the Pacers overcame a 24-point deficit to beat the visiting Phoenix Suns, 122-114, last night. It was the second straight game the Pacers trailed by more than 20 points in the second quarter and won. Indiana was down 23 against Toronto on Monday night before rallying for a victory.
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December 15, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
Dwight Howard was hacked, scraped, scratched, pushed and punished by the Indiana Pacers, emerging in the locker room with a wrap around his left knee and a few blemishes on his broad shoulders. So maybe he hurts after all. Fired up by all the physical play, Howard overcame a slow start to finish with 21 points and 23 rebounds, powering the Orlando Magic past the visiting Pacers, 106-98, last night. "I don't enjoy it," Howard said. "But I just have to remain patient, remain calm and try not to get frustrated.
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February 6, 2009 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
These were not your 76ers. This was a team caught in the swirl of a hectic evening. This was a team that needed to plant its feet for a moment, just long enough to defeat the Indiana Pacers at the Wachovia Center last night. This was a team that needed to begin recalculating the rest of this season, which will be played without Elton Brand. Like leaving the doctor's office with a lollipop, the Sixers snagged what they could from an awkward situation, defeating Indiana, 99-94.
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November 22, 2008 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As if taken from a Hollywood screenplay, Elton Brand stood in front of his former coach - the one he spurned in favor of the City of Brotherly Love - and made the game-winning shot. It wasn't pretty. None of it was: not the first 47 minutes, not the 15 seconds of stumbling basketball immediately before Brand got the ball, not even the minute of play afterward. The shot itself was unremarkable, except for its significance. It provided the final points of the 76ers' 89-88 win over the Los Angeles Clippers last night at the Wachovia Center.
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April 9, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
The Indiana Pacers have emerged as one of the hottest teams in the Eastern Conference. They just hope it didn't happen too late. Mike Dunleavy scored 28 points, and the Pacers beat the visiting Atlanta Hawks, 112-98, last night to avoid elimination from the playoff race. The Pacers have won three straight and nine of 12 to pull within two games of the Hawks for the eighth playoff slot in the East with four games left. "I was telling some fans yesterday I wish we had 10 more games, five more games, because we're starting to get in a rhythm," Indiana's Jermaine O'Neal said.
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April 1, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
Jermaine O'Neal scored nine points after sitting out for more than 2 months with a knee injury, and the Indiana Pacers beat the visiting Miami Heat, 105-85, last night. O'Neal shot 3-for-4 from the field and 3-for-4 from the free-throw line in 18 minutes. He had missed 33 straight games with a bone bruise, and the Pacers went 12-21 during that stretch. "I didn't feel as rusty as I thought I would be," O'Neal said. "The tempo of the game was probably a lot less than what we've had in practice over the last couple days, so I think that really helped.
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February 8, 2005 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
WASHINGTON - Gilbert Arenas matched his career high with 43 points as the Washington Wizards beat the Indiana Pacers, 108-104, last night. Antawn Jamison added 20 points for the Wizards and combined with Arenas for 19 of the 21 points the team scored in the final eight minutes. Arenas, who went 15 for 28 from the field, missed a shot in the lane with Washington up by 106-104, giving the Pacers a chance to tie or win with less than nine seconds to play. But Indiana's Fred Jones lost control of the ball, and Juan Dixon then made two free throws with 3.6 seconds left to seal the Wizards' win. Jermaine O'Neal scored 30 points for the Pacers, and Stephen Jackson added 29. Hawks 114, Lakers 108 ATLANTA - Antoine Walker made two baskets in the last 2:14 and Tony Delk hit eight free throws in the final minute as Atlanta held off Los Angeles.
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December 30, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Indiana forward Jermaine O'Neal will go before a federal judge today to see whether he can continue playing for the Pacers. If the ruling goes against him, and O'Neal returns to the suspended list, he said he'll accept it. "I got to," O'Neal said before last night's game in Charlotte. "It will be hard. I'll be disappointed, but I'll put it in God's hands. I have a lot of faith. " Originally suspended by commissioner David Stern for 25 games for fighting with fans during the Nov. 19 Pacers-Pistons brawl in Auburn Hills, Mich.
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