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DECEMBER 15…RICHMOND GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. INDY TECH…6:00

DECEMBER 15….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL VS. INDY TECH…8:00

DECEMBER 16…RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL AT CONNERSVILLE…7:15

DECEMBER 18….EARLHAM MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. CENTRE….7:00

DECEMBER 20….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL VS. MONROE CENTRAL….7:30

DECEMBER 22….SETON GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. HAGERSTOWN….6:00

DECEMBER 22….SETON BOYS BASKETBALL VS. HAGERSTOWN…8:00

DECEMBER 27-28…WETTIG TOURNEY @ RHS

JANUARY 2….SETON BOYS BASKETBALL VS. NATIONAL TRAIL…7:30

JANUARY 3….EARLHAM MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. TRANSYLVANIA…6:00

JANUARY 5….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL AT NEW CASTLE…7:30

JANUARY 6…EARLHAM MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. ROSE-HULMAN…2:00

JAMUARY 6….EARLHAM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL VS. ROSE-HULMAN..4:00

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1959: Don Carter, the master of the light touch on the lanes and the pre-eminent bowler of his day, won his second world invitation tournament at the Chicago Coliseum. Carter, 33, rolled clutch double strikes in the tenth frame of the third game to overtake Billy Golembiewski of Detroit for the tournament title.

2000: Shortstop Alex Rodriguez signed the largest contract in sports history, a 10- year deal with the Texas Rangers for $252 million. Television money fueled the turn-of-the-century rise in sports salaries. A year before signing Rodriguez, Rangers owner Tom Hicks had been paid $250 million by Fox Sports for the right to carry the team’s games for the coming decade.

INDIANA GIRLS BASKETBALL FRIDAY

Anderson 74, Indpls Tech 28 Bellmont 57, E. Noble 45 Bluffton 52, Woodlan 33 Carmel 61, Brownsburg 46 Cascade 51, Edgewood 41 Central Noble 49, Westview 42 Chesterton 48, Portage 26 Columbus Christian 35, Christel House Academy 23 Danville 73, Southmont 32 Dwight,...

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INDIANA BOYS BASKETBALL FRIDAY

Angola 37, Garrett 33 Barr-Reeve 69, Linton 49 Bedford N. Lawrence 54, Columbus East 40 Bloomfield 62, Clay City 44 Bloomington South 62, Southport 48 Borden 44, S. Central (Elizabeth) 42 Carmel 66, Noblesville 19 Carroll (Flora) 34, Caston 32 Carroll (Ft. Wayne) 73,...

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No. 21 Purdue Routs Valparaiso 80-50

#BoilerNotes Purdue improved to 9-2 with an 80-50 win over previously-undefeated Valparaiso on Thursday in Mackey Arena ... Purdue has won five games in a row, all of them coming against top-100 teams, according to KenPom.com. Purdue improved to 16-1 all-time against...

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TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: Monsters of Midway Indeed

NEW YORK TIMES 1940 WASHINGTON-The weather was perfect. So were the Bears. In the most fearsome display of power ever seen on any gridiron, the Monsters of the Midway won the Ed Thorpe Memorial Trophy, which is symbolic of the world football championship, before...

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2017 NFL PLAYOFF SCENARIOS FOR WEEK 14​

AFC NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (10-2) (at Miami (5-7), Monday night) New England clinches AFC East division with: NE win or tie  OR BUF loss or tie PITTSBURGH STEELERS (10-2) (vs. Baltimore (7-5), Sunday night) Pittsburgh clinches AFC North division with: PIT win or tie...

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NFL NEWS: WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 14

TERRIFIC TURNAROUND: The PHILADELPHIA EAGLES lead the NFC East and are tied for the best record in the NFL at 10-2. The Eagles, who finished in last place in the division with a 7-9 record in 2016, can clinch the NFC East on Sunday with a win at the Los Angeles Rams...

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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Ben Davis 67 Franklin Central 31 LaPorte LaLumiere 102 Marquette Catholic 48 Lawrence Central 66 Lawrence North 57 North Putnam 73 Covenant Christian 68 Northfield 72 Fort Wayne Canterbury 64 River Forest 80 Hammond Clark 53

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL

Blue River 64 Cowan 35 Tri 50 Randolph Southern 45 Union City 43 Centerville 40 Union County 45 Hagerstown 29 Angola 54 Leo 37 Fort Wayne Carroll 56 Warsaw 48 Chesterton 60 Plymouth 40 Columbus East 56 Silver Creek 31 Corydon Central 42 Austin 35 Eastside 47...

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INDIANA PACERS DOWN CHICAGO

PACERS RELEASE Game Recap The Indiana Pacers struggled for most of Wednesday night against the NBA's worst team. In fact, they didn't lead until the closing seconds. But the Pacers (14-11) did what good teams do, mounting a late rally to knock off the Chicago Bulls...

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Quakers Drop Heartbreaker at Bluffton

BLUFFTON, Ohio - The Earlham College men's basketball team dropped a narrow 81-78 decsion at Bluffton University on Wednesday night. Play in the first half was tight as the lead changed hands numerous times.  Bluffton held a narrow advantage at the intermission,...

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RHS SWIMMING RESULTS

The boys’ team improved their undefeated record to 5-0 last night against Connersville with a score of 102-83. First place finishers are the 200 Medley Relay team of Jon Childress, Ben Quinn, Matt Brehm, and Dustin Wilson, Quinn in the 200 Individual Medley, Wilson in...

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UPDATED RICHMOND AREA BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS

NCC Lafayette Jeff                                   0-  0       3-  0       59.7       45.7       14.0       Won 3 Logansport                                       0-  0       2-  0       66.5       54.5       12.0       Won 2 Kokomo                             ...

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UPDATED RICHMOND AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL STANDINGS

NCC GIRLS BASKETBALL STANDINGS Lafayette Jeff                                   2-  0       8-  0       62.8       43.0       19.8       Won 8 Marion                                               4-  1       9-  2       58.0       42.6       15.4       Won 2 Harrison...

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INDIANA BOYS BASKETBALL AP POLLS

Class 4A New Albany (18) Ben Davis (1) S. Bend Riley Ft. Wayne North Hamilton SE Warren Central Lawrence North Zionsville Bloomington South North Central Others receiving votes: McCutcheon 62. Center Grove 51. Brownsburg 49. Floyd Central 37. Lawrence Central 23....

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NFL REGULAR SEASON ENTERS FINAL QUARTER

There are only four games remaining in the regular season to decide who advances to the playoffs for a shot at a trip to Super Bowl LII in Minnesota. As the NFL enters the final quarter of the regular season, there are 22 teams either in or within two games of a...

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NFL NEWS: THE WEEK THAT WAS – WEEK 13

LIVING LEGENDS: Arizona wide receiver LARRY FITZGERALD and Indianapolis running back FRANK GORE continue to etch their names in the NFL record book. Fitzgerald led the Cardinals with 10 receptions for 98 yards and a touchdown in their Week 13 loss. He has 1,207 career...

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1981: Overweight, flat-footed and weary at age 39, Muhammad Ali lost a 10-round decision to 27-year-old Trevor Berbick at Nassau, the Bahamas. “You can’t beat Father Time,” Ali said afterward in his dressing room. It was the last fight of his storied career.

NFL SCHEDULE

Week 14 Time (ET)
New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons 8:25pm
Sunday, DEC. 10, 2017
Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills 1:00pm
Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers 1:00pm
Chicago Bears at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00pm
Green Bay Packers at Cleveland Browns 1:00pm
San Francisco 49ers at Houston Texans 1:00pm
Seattle Seahawks at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00pm
Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs 1:00pm
Detroit Lions at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00pm
Tennessee Titans at Arizona Cardinals 4:05pm
New York Jets at Denver Broncos 4:05pm
Washington Redskins at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05pm
Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams 4:25pm
Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants 4:25pm
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers * 8:30pm
Monday, DEC. 11, 2017
New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins 8:30pm

2017 – 18 INDIANA HOOSIERS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

October 28         Marian University (exhibition)

November 5       University of Indianapolis (exhibition)

October 10         Indiana State

October 12         Howard

October 15         at Seton Hall

October 19         South Florida

October 22         Arkansas State

October 24         Eastern Michigan

October 29         Duke

December 2        at Michigan

December 4        Iowa

December 9        at Louisville

December 16     Notre Dame at Indianapolis

December 18     Fort Wayne

December 21     Tennessee Tech

December 29     Youngstown State

January 2            at Wisconsin

January 6            at Minnesota

January 9            Penn State

January 14          Northwestern

January 19          at Michigan State

January 22          Maryland

January 24          at Illinois

January 28          Purdue

January 30          at Ohio State

February 3          Michigan State

February 5          at Rutgers

February 9          Minnesota

February 14        Illinois

February 17        at Iowa

February 20        at Nebraska

February 23        Ohio State

February 28 – March 4   Big Ten Tournament, New York City

2017 – 18 PURDUE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

November 1       Carroll Montana (exhibition)

November 10     Southern Illinois Edwardsville (exhibition)

November 12     Chicago State

November 14     at Marquette

November 18     Fairfield

November 22     Tennessee at the Bahamas

November 23     Villanova/Western Kentucky at the Bahamas

November 24     Atlantis finals at the Bahamas

November 28     Louisville

December 1        at Maryland

December 3        Northwestern

December 7        Valparaiso

December 10     IUPUI

December 16     Butler at Indianapolis

December 21     Tennessee State

December 30     Lipscomb

January 3            Rutgers

January 6            Nebraska

January 9            at Michigan

January 13          at Minnesota

January 16          Wisconsin

January 20          at Iowa

January 25          Michigan

January 28          at Indiana

January 31          Maryland

February 3          at Rutgers

February 7          Ohio State

February 10        at Michigan State

February 15        at Wisconsin

February 18        Penn State

February 22nd     at Illinois

February 25        Minnesota

February 28        Big Ten tournament, New York City

DECEMBER 11

  • 1810 – Tom Cribb (Great Britain) beats Tom Molineaus (US-Negro) in first interracial boxing championship (40 rounds).
  • 1896 – First intercollegiate basketball game (Wesleyan beats Yale 4-3).
  • 1918 – John A Heyder becomes president of baseball’s National League.
  • 1919 – National League votes to ban the spitball’s use by all new pitchers.
  • 1919 – New York, Boston, and Chicago oppose American League resolution accusing Ban Johnson of overstepping his duties.
  • 1922 – Pete Henry makes longest known NFL drop-kicked field goal, 45 yards.
  • 1924 – Agreement reached on permanent rotation of World Series baseball championships with each league getting games 1, 2, 6, 7 in alternating years.
  • 1929 – Donald Bradman scores 225 in second inning of Test Cricket trial after 124 in first.
  • 1934 – NFL adopts player waiver rule; applies after 6th game of the season.
  • 1935 – Philadelphia Athletics sell Jimmie Foxx to the Boston Red Sox for $150,000.
  • 1935 – Chicago White Sox sell Al Simmons to the Detroit Tigers for $75,000.
  • 1938 – 26th Canadian Football League Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeat Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 30-7.
  • 1939 – Green Bay Packers win NFL championship, beat New York Giants 27-0.
  • 1945 – Australian Services lose third Victory Test Cricket to India by six wickets.
  • 1954 – Philadelphia Phillies purchase Connie Mack Stadium.
  • 1958 – University of Pittsburgh agrees to buy Forbes Field from the Pittsburgh Pirates.
  • 1961 – Houston Oilers’ Billy Cannon gains record 373 yards against New York Titans.
  • 1965 – Test Cricket debut of Doug Walters versus England at the Gabba.
  • 1968 – Joe Frazier beats Oscar Bonavena in 15 rounds for heavyweight boxing title.
  • 1970 – North American Soccer League awards New York and Toronto franchises.
  • 1973 – First time since 1885, tennis has two top males (S Smith and Jimmy Connors).
  • 1973 – The American League vote unanimously to adopt the designated hitter rule on a trail basis for three years.
  • 1978 – 67th Davis Cup: USA beats Great Britain in Rancho Mirage (4-1).
  • 1978 – New York Islanders end 15-game undefeated streak (12-0-3) to Montreal Canadiens.
  • 1982 – Heavyweight Michael Doakes knocks out Mike Weaver in 1:03 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • 1983 – 58th Australian Women’s Tennis: M Navratilova beats K Jordan (6-2, 7-6).
  • 1983 – Last NFL game at Shea Stadium; Pittsburgh Steelers beat New York Jets 34-7.
  • 1986 – Atlanta Hawks’ Dominique Wilkins scores 57 points versus Chicago Bulls.
  • 1988 – Washington Capitals’ first NHL scoreless tie, versus Montreal Canadiens.
  • 1991 – Howard Spira sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for trying to extort money from New York Yankees’ owner George Steinbrenner.
  • 1992 – The National Hockey League votes unanimously to expand to Anaheim, California, approving a new team, “The Mighty Ducks”, owned by The Walt Disney Company.
  • 1992 – NHL awards franchise to Miami (for 1994-95).
  • 1992 – New York Yankees sign free agent pitcher Jimmy Key.
  • 1992 – Orlanda Magic scores 14 3-pointers (two shy of record).
  • 1994 – 60th Heisman Trophy Award: Rashaan Salaam, Colorado (Running Back).
  • 1995 – First meeting of NBA expansion teams, Toronto Raptors beat Vancouver Grizzlies 93-81.
  • 1995 – Kelly Robbins and Tammie Green win LPGA Diner’s Club Golf Matches.
  • 1995 – Michael Slater scores 219 versus Sri Lanka at the WACA.
  • 1995 – Muralitharan takes 2-224 in Australian innings of 5-617.
  • 1995 – Ricky Ponting makes 96 on Test Cricket debut (Australia versus Sri Lanka, WACA).
  • 2006 – Chivas defeats Toluca in the final of the Mexican Soccer League.
  • 2008 – The New York Yankees sign starting pitcher CC Sabathia to a seven-year, US$161-million contract – the largest ever for a free-agent pitcher.

– 2000 –

Johnson & Johnson heir Robert Wood Johnson IV was approved by NFL clubs as the new owner of the New York Jets at a league meeting, January 18.

The St. Louis Rams won their first Super Bowl by defeating the AFC champion Tennessee Titans 23-16 in Super Bowl XXXIV at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The game was viewed by 130.7 million viewers, the fifth most-watched program in U.S. television history, January 30.

For the first time in league history, paid attendance topped 16 million for the regular season and more than 65,000 per game, an increase of 1,300 per game over 1998. Paid attendance for all NFL games increased in 1999 for the third year in a row and was the highest ever in the 80-year history of the league. It marked the first time in league history that the 20-million paid attendance mark was reached for all games in a season, March 27.

The Rhein Fire won their second World Bowl in three years, defeating the Scottish Claymores 13-10 to win World Bowl 2000 in front of 35,680 at Frankfurt’s Waldstadion, June 25.

More than 100 of the 136 living members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame gathered to celebrate Pro Football’s Greatest Reunion in Canton, Ohio, July 28-31.

Paul Brown Stadium opened in Cincinnati, Ohio with a crowd of 56,180 as the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Chicago Bears 24-20 in a preseason game, August 19.

Cincinnati’s Corey Dillon set a single-game rushing record with 278 yards (22 carries) against Denver, breaking the previous record of 275 yards by Chicago’s Walter Payton in 1977, October 22.
Minnesota’s Gary Anderson converted a 21-yard field goal against Buffalo to pass George Blanda as the NFL’s all-time scoring leader with 2,004 points, October 22.

At a league meeting in Atlanta, NFL owners awarded Super Bowl XXXVIII to Houston, Super Bowl XXXIX to Jacksonville and Super Bowl XL to Detroit, November 1.

The NFL Officiating Department named Mike Pereira as Director of Officiating and Larry Upson as Director of Officiating Operations to replace retiring Senior Director of Officiating Jerry Seeman, December 1.

San Francisco’s Terrell Owens set a single-game receiving record with 20 receptions (283 yards) against Chicago, surpassing the previous mark of 18 by Tom Fears of the Los Angeles Rams in 1950, December 17.

 

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NFL SCOREBOARD

Buffalo 13 Indianapolis 7 OT

Chicago 33 Cincinnati 7

Carolina 31 Minnesota 24

Green Bay 27 Cleveland 21 OT

San Francisco 26 Houston 16

Kansas City 26 Oakland 15

Dallas 30 NY Giants 10

Detroit 24 Tampa Bay 21

Arizona 12 Tennessee 7

Denver 23 NY Jets 0

LA Chargers 30 Washington 13

Jacksonville 30 Seattle 24

Philadelphia 43 LA Rams 35

Pittsburgh 39 Baltimore 38

TOP 25 MEN’S BASKETBALL

#16 Arizona State 95 #2 Kansas 85

#4 Villanova 77 LaSalle 68

ELSEWHERE

Iowa 91 Southern 60

TOP 25 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

#11 Tennessee 82 #2 Texas 75

#6 Mississippi State 86 Little Rock 48

#10 West Virginia 101 Coppin State 43

#13 Florida State 77 Arizona State 66

#14 Duke 101 Winthrop 30

#17 Missouri 78 Southern Illinois Edwardsville 48

#19 Oregon State 110 San Jose State 62

Miami Florida 65 #20 Kentucky 54

#22 Villanova 69 Temple 65

#23 Green Bay 76 Loyola Chicago 39

#24 Michigan 54 Kent State 41

#25 California 92 Pacific 85

ELSEWHERE

Northwestern 68 Stony Brook 36

Ball State 126 Oakland City 55

Morehead State 82 Evansville 75

Ohio 77 Purdue 71

Rutgers 101 Fairleigh Dickinson 35

Milwaukee 60 Fort Wayne 48

Illinois 73 Detroit 65

IUPUI 68 Tennessee Tech 54

San Diego 72 Minnesota 69

Valparaiso 71 Chicago State 60

Xavier 53 Cincinnati 50

Wisconsin 82 Savannah State 24

NBA SCOREBOARD

Toronto 102 Sacramento 87

Boston 91 Detroit 81

Indiana 126 Denver 116 OT

New Orleans 131 Philadelphia 124

Minnesota 97 Dallas 92

New York 111 Atlanta 107

NHL SCOREBOARD

Chicago 3 Arizona 1

St. Louis 3 Buffalo 2

Toronto 1 Edmonton 0

Minnesota 4 San Jose 3

INDIANA PACERS SCHEDULE

Nov. 29, Wednesday, at Houston, 8 p.m.

Dec. 1, Friday, at Toronto, 7 p.m.

Dec. 4, Monday, vs. New York, 7 p.m.

Dec. 6, Wednesday, vs. Chicago, 7 p.m.

Dec. 8, Friday, vs. Cleveland, 7 p.m.

Dec. 10, Sunday, vs. Denver, 5 p.m.

Dec. 13, Wednesday, vs. Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.

Dec. 15, Friday, vs. Detroit, 7 p.m.

Dec. 17, Sunday, at Brooklyn, 6 p.m.

Dec. 18, Monday, vs. Boston, 7 p.m.

Dec. 20, Wednesday, at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 23, Saturday, vs. Brooklyn, 7 p.m.

Dec. 26, Tuesday, at Detroit, 7 p.m.

Dec. 27, Wednesday, vs. Dallas, 7 p.m.

Dec. 29, Friday, at Chicago, 8 p.m.

Dec. 31, Sunday, vs. Minnesota, 5 p.m.

Jan. 3, Wednesday, at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.

Jan. 6, Saturday, vs. Chicago, 7 p.m.

Jan. 8, Monday, vs. Milwaukee, 7 p.m.

Jan. 10, Wednesday, vs. Miami, 7 p.m.

Jan. 12, Friday, vs. Cleveland, 7 p.m.

Jan. 14, Sunday, at Phoenix, 8 p.m.

Jan. 15, Monday, at Utah, 9 p.m.

Jan. 18, Thursday, at Portland, 10 p.m.

Jan. 19, Friday, at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.

Jan. 21, Sunday, at San Antonio, 7 p.m.

Jan. 24, Wednesday, vs. Phoenix, 7 p.m.

Jan. 26, Friday, at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 27, Saturday, vs. Orlando, 7 p.m.

Jan. 29, Monday, vs. Charlotte, 7 p.m.

Jan. 31, Wednesday, vs. Memphis, 7 p.m.

Feb. 2, Friday, at Charlotte, 7 p.m.

Feb. 3, Saturday, vs. Philadelphia, 7 p.m.

Feb. 5, Monday, vs. Washington, 7 p.m.

Feb. 7, Wednesday, at New Orleans, 8 p.m.

Feb. 9, Friday, at Boston, 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 11, Sunday, vs. New York, 5 p.m.

Feb. 14, Wednesday, at Brooklyn, 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 23, Friday, vs. Atlanta, 7 p.m.

Feb. 26, Monday, at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

Feb. 28, Wednesday, at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.

March 2, Friday, at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.

March 4, Sunday, at Washington, 6 p.m.

March 5, Monday, vs. Milwaukee, 7 p.m.

March 7, Wednesday, vs. Utah, 7 p.m.

March 9, Friday, vs. Atlanta, 7 p.m.

March 11, Sunday, at Boston, 7:30 p.m.

March 13, Tuesday, at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.

March 15, Thursday, vs. Toronto, 7 p.m.

March 17, Saturday, at Washington, 7 p.m.

March 19, Monday, vs. L.A. Lakers, 7 p.m.

March 23, Friday, vs. L.A. Clippers, 7 p.m.

March 25, Sunday, vs. Miami, 5 p.m.

March 27, Tuesday, at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

March 29, Thursday, at Sacramento, 10 p.m.

April 1, Sunday, at L.A. Clippers, 3:30 p.m.

April 3, Tuesday, at Denver, 9 p.m.

April 5, Thursday, vs. Golden State, 9 p.m.

April 6, Friday, at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.

April 8, Sunday, at Charlotte, 1 p.m.

April 10, Tuesday, vs. Charlotte, 7 p.m.

DECEMBER 11

  • 1870 – Birth of T R McKibbin; cricket player (New South Wales and Australia off-spinner late 19th century).
  • 1886 – Birth of William Booth; cricket player (Yorks all-rounder, England before WWI).
  • 1920 – Birth of Ragnhild Hveger in Denmark; 200-metre swimmer (Olympics-silver-1936).
  • 1933 – Birth of Grenville Alabaster; cricket player (New Zealand tourist to Australia 1973-74).
  • 1937 – Birth of Don Bies in Cottonwood, Idaho, USA; PGA golfer (1975 Sammy Davis Junior).
  • 1941 – Birth of Jeff Jones; cricket player (England left-arm pace bowler in 1960s).
  • 1947 – Birth of Sinaida Woronin in USSR; gymnast (Olympics-gold/silver/2 bronze-1968).
  • 1950 – Birth of Simon Owen in Wanganui, New Zealand, USA; Australasia golfer.
  • 1959 – Birth of Mark Aguirre; NBA forward (Detroit Pistons).
  • 1960 – Birth of Paul Assenmacher in Detroit, Michigan, USA; pitcher (Cleveland Indians).
  • 1961 – Birth of Mark McKoy; Canadian track star (world record 50 metre indoor).
  • 1962 – Birth of John de Wolf; soccer player (Feyenoord).
  • 1963 – Birth of Doug Henry in Sacramento, California, USA; pitcher (New York Mets).
  • 1963 – Birth of Gerald Sandel; soccer player (Sparta).
  • 1963 – Birth of Michael Lofton in Montgomery, Alabama, USA; fencer-sabre (Olympics-1996).
  • 1963 – Birth of Robin White in San Diego, California, USA; tennis player (US Open doubles 1988).
  • 1964 – Birth of Luis Polonia in Santiago City, Dominican Republic; outfielder (New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles).
  • 1965 – Birth of Jennifer Wyatt in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; golfer (1992 Crestar-Farm Fresh).
  • 1966 – Birth of Eric Naposki; WLAF linebacker (Barcelona Dragons).
  • 1966 – Birth of Norberto Martin in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; infielder (Chicago White Sox).
  • 1968 – Birth of Rob Davis; NFL guard (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31).
  • 1969 – Birth of Darren Berry; cricket player (Victorian wicket-keeper since 1989-90).
  • 1969 – Birth of Nadim Khan; cricket player (brother of Moin Pakistani lefty spinner 1993).
  • 1969 – Birth of Rob Blake in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada; NHL defenseman (Team Canada, Los Angeles Kings).
  • 1969 – Birth of Todd Furdyk; Canadian Football League tackle (British Columbia Lions).
  • 1970 – Birth of Bryant Stith; NBA guard (Denver Nuggets).
  • 1971 – Birth of Amanda Hardy in Altona, Australia; badminton player (Olympics-1996).
  • 1971 – Birth of Carla Sacramento in Lisbon, Portugal; 1.5km runner.
  • 1971 – Birth of Manjula Munasinghe; cricket player (Sri Lankan ODI pace bowler).
  • 1973 – Birth of Bernard Holsey; defensive tackle (New York Giants).
  • 1973 – Birth of Marcus Wall; Canadian Football League receiver (Montreal Alouettes).
  • 1973 – Birth of Rusty LaRue; NBA guard (Chicago Bulls).
  • 1987 – Birth of Gonzalo Higuain; Real Madrid football player.