Basketball Points For Nov 13 (PSP) basketball Points for 38 3.5 chi Davis, Baron G NO 32.0 9.04 9.04 31 8.8 minIverson, Allen G phi 29.5 9.03 9.46 34 10.2 @ bos jackson, Stephen G SA http://rotoguru2.com/hoop/yday/swp1113.html
Basketball Points For Jan 31 (PSP) basketball Points for Thomas, Kurt FC/F NY 16.5 6.59 6.62 17 6.6 @ mem jackson,Marc C C/F Bos 14.0 1.85 3.65 16 4.6 det Coleman, Derrick F phi 14.0 2.77 http://rotoguru2.com/hoop/yday/swp131.html
NBA Basketball: - CBS SportsLine Arvydas Sabonis, POR, C, 13, 15, 1.2. Kobe Bryant, LAL, G, 8, 15, 1.9. LarryHughes, phi, G, 8, 15, 1.9. Mark jackson, IND, G, 13, 14, 1.1. Steve Smith,ATL, G, 9, 14, 1.6. http://cbs.sportsline.com/u/basketball/nba/1999/playoffs/stats/steals.htm
Extractions: Scoring Assists Steals Off Rebounds ... More Playoff Statistics Steal Leaders Player Team Pos GP Stl SPG Charlie Ward NY G David Robinson SA C Marcus Camby NY F Mario Elie SA G Larry Johnson NY F Rasheed Wallace POR C Bryon Russell UTA F Avery Johnson SA G Allen Iverson PHI G Latrell Sprewell NY G John Stockton UTA G George Lynch PHI F Mookie Blaylock ATL G Kurt Thomas NY F Arvydas Sabonis POR C Kobe Bryant LAL G Larry Hughes PHI G Mark Jackson IND G Steve Smith ATL G Jalen Rose IND G Karl Malone UTA F Jaren Jackson SA G Tim Duncan SA C Chris Childs NY G Greg Anthony POR G Help Feedback Site Index Privacy Statement ... Terms of Service
WRS Intramural Sports basketball Under 6' 1 on 1 basketball Over 6 jackson) Dervon Brown Trenton Fleshner(jackson) Takayuki Kato Pitlick Matt Wagoner (Pi Kappa phi) Brett Jobgen http://www.uni.edu/wellrec/intramural/champs.html
Extractions: Intramural Champions Wellness and Recreation Services would like to recognize the following individuals and organizations as 2001-2002 Intramural Champions. ALL SPORTS CHAMPIONS Women: Manager: Cloud 9 Kim Dejongh On Campus Rec Room Andy Briggs Off Campus Sigma Phi Epsilon Men: Manager: All Sport Top Ten Teams 2001 - 2002 WOMEN
Fantasy Basketball Advisor Anderson (CLE) 40 Larry Hughes (phi) 41 Hersey 52 Travis Best (IND) 53 Bobby jackson(MIN) 54 Get Advice Football · Baseball · basketball · Nascar · Golf http://basketball.fantasyadvisor.com/bk/guards.asp
Extractions: Rank Guards (Team) 1 Gary Payton (SEA) 2 Anfernee Hardaway (ORL) 3 Tim Hardaway (MIA) 4 Allen Iverson (PHI) 5 Steve Smith (ATL) 6 Reggie Miller (IND) 7 Mitch Richmond (WAS) 8 Stephon Marbury (MIN) 9 Eddie Jones (LAL) 10 Nick Anderson (ORL) 11 Kobe Bryant (LAL) 12 Jason Kidd (PHO) 13 Rod Strickland (WAS) 14 Terrell Brandon (MIL) 15 Nick Van Exel (DEN) 16 Mookie Blaylock (ATL) 17 John Stockton (UTH) 18 Damon Stoudamire (POR) 19 Mark Jackson (IND) 20 Avery Johnson (SAS) 21 Ray Allen (MIL) 22 Mike Bibby (VAN) 23 Kenny Anderson (BOS) 24 Jerry Stackhouse (DET) 25 Allan Houston (NYK) 26 Steve Nash (DAL) 27 Isaiah Rider (POR) 28 Doug Christie (TOR) 29 Jason Williams (SAC) 30 David Wesley (CHA) Rank Guards (Team) 31 Chauncey Billups (DEN) 32 Brevin Knight (CLE) 33 John Starks (GSW) 34 Ron Harper (CHI) 35 Lindsey Hunter (DET) 36 Kendall Gill (NJN) 37 Bobby Phills (CHA) 38 Mario Elie (SAS) 39 Derek Anderson (CLE) 40 Larry Hughes (PHI) 41 Hersey Hawkins (SEA) 42 Wesley Person (CLE) 43 Jalen Rose (IND) 44 Sam Cassell (NJN) 45 Jeff Hornacek (UTH) 46 Latrell Sprewell (NYK) 47 Bryant Stith (DEN) 48 Jamal Mashburn (MIA) 49 Charlie Ward (NYK) 50 Robert Pack (DAL) 51 Rex Chapman (PHO) 52 Travis Best (IND) 53 Bobby Jackson (MIN) 54 Brent Barry (CHI) 55 Sam Mack (VAN) 56 Derek Fisher (LAL) 57 Darrell Armstrong (ORL) 58 Anthony Peeler (MIN) 59 Calbert Cheaney (WAS) 60 Darrick Martin (LAC)
Hope College Men's Basketball: Chronology Chronology of Hope College Men's basketball Updated Sunday, March Hope 41, MichiganAgricultural College 40 jackson YMCA 33 14 Wabash 27, Hope 10 phi Delta Kappa http://www.hope.edu/pr/athletics/mbb/chrono.html
Mississippi State Alumnus: Summer 1998 jackson, active in the MSU chapter of the Fellowship member of the phi Kappa phi NationalHonor Mississippi State athlete, Lady Bulldog basketball guard Stacie http://msuinfo.ur.msstate.edu/alumnus/summer.98/37bulldog.htm
Extractions: Jackson Junior pitcher Jeremy Jackson of Meridian is the recipient of the SEC's H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award for 1997-98. Jackson and University of South Carolina volleyball player Shani Abshier, the SEC's Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, were selected for top league honors by a committee of Faculty Athletics Representatives from the 12 SEC schools. Each athlete receives a $10,000 post-graduate scholarship. Jackson becomes the fifth Mississippi State athlete to receive the prestigious SEC Scholar-Athlete Award since 1990. Previous recipients have included Burke Masters (baseball, 1990), Aimee York (volleyball, 1993), Tammy Newlon (women's basketball, 1994), and April Ecke (cross-country, 1995). Jackson, who earned his fourth varsity letter in his third year as a starting pitcher, has posted a 22-7 overall career record at Mississippi State, and led the 1998 team with an 9-2 record (as of May 27). Jackson compiled a 9-4 record on Mississippi State's 1997 NCAA College World Series team, earning Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week honors after a career-best 15-strikeout game against top-ranked LSU. He was later selected by the New York Mets in the 1997 June draft.
HickokSports.com - Biography - Jim Jackson basketball. Because of his size, jackson has been a swing man for much of his NBAcareer 199798, phi.-GS, 79, 3046, 476, 1107, 43.0, 61, 191, 31.9, 229, 282, 81.2,1242, 15.7, http://www.hickoksports.com/biograph/jacksonjim.shtml
Extractions: Alpha Index Index by Sport Index of Women Career Statistics Other Resources The 6-foot-6, 220-pound Jackson was an All-American guard as a junior at Ohio State University in 1992, when he was named college player of the year by United Press International. Jackson averaged 22.4 points that season and 19.2 for his three-year career. He then left school to enter the NBA draft and was chosen by the Dallas Mavericks in the first round. He held out for most of his rookie season, finally joining the team in March of 1993 and averaging 16.3 points in 28 games. Dallas sent him to the New Jersey Nets in a nine-player trade during the the 1996-97 season. That began an odyssey that has seen Jackson play for nine different teams in the span of seven seasons. He joined his ninth team, the Sacramento Kings, as a free agent at the beginning of the 2002-03 season. Jackson's best season, statistically, was 1994-95, when he averaged 25.7 points a game, fifth in the NBA and first among non-centers. However, an ankle injury in February cut that season short. Because of his size, Jackson has been a swing man for much of his NBA career, playing small forward as well as shooting guard.
Prominent Brothers Of Alpha Phi Alpha Brothers of Alpha phi Alpha always continue to Eugene jackson National Black Network,Lionel Hampton Band John O. Brown basketball Coach, Dillard University, http://www.brickbybrick.net/InfamousDeltaXi/webpages/prominentbro.htm
Extractions: (as players, owners, commissioners, etc.) in alphabetical order Homer E. Abele (1916-2000) also known as Pete Abele Born in Wellston, Jackson County , Ohio, November 21 . Republican. Served in the U.S. Army Air Force in World War II; lawyer; member of Ohio state house of representatives , 1949-52; delegate to Republican National Convention from Ohio, U.S. Representative from Ohio 10th District, 1963-65; defeated, 1958, 1964; Judge, Ohio Court of Appeals , 1966-91. Member, American Legion Freemasons Shriners Lions . Played professional baseball for a minor league team in Nashville, Tenn., 1938. Died, of Alzheimer's disease , in Huston's Nursing Home , Hamden, Vinton County , Ohio, May 12 Cremated . See also: congressional biography Victor E. Aldridge (1893-1973) of Terre Haute, Vigo County , Ind. Born in Martin County , Ind., October 25 . Member of Indiana state senate , 1937-48. Played professional baseball in 1915-31; as pitcher, won two games for Pittsburgh Pirates in 1925 World Series. Died in Terre Haute, Vigo County , Ind.
Extractions: The All-Indiana Academic Team program is a component of the All-USA Team competition. This program recognizes scholarly achievements and leadership accomplishments of students enrolled in community, technical and junior colleges. The All-USA Academic Team for Community Colleges competition is sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa, the American Association of Community Colleges, and USA TODAY.
Basketball.com - NBA 1967, Guy Rodgers, Chi, 908, 1968, Wilt Chamberlain, phi, 702, 1969, Oscar Robertson,Cin, 772, 1996, John Stockton, Utah, 11.2. 1997, Mark jackson, DenInd, 11.4. http://www.basketball.com/nba/records/NBAannLdrsAsts.shtml
VegasInsider.com 22 Jim jackson F Sacramento, Born 10/14/1970. Height 6-6. Weight 220. 1997-98,phi.-GS, 79, 3046, 476, 1107, 43.0, 61, 191, 31.9, 229, 282, 81.2, 1242, 15.7. 1998-99,Por. http://www.vegasinsider.com/u/basketball/nba/players/6631.htm
Extractions: CAREER SHOOTING STATS SEASON TEAM G MIN FG FGA FG% FT FTA FT% PTS AVG Dal. Dal. Dal. Dal. Dal.-N.J. Phi.-G.S. Por. Atl. Atl.-Cle. Mia. Sac. TOTAL MORE STATS SEASON TEAM G MIN REB RAVG A AAVG STL SAVG BLK BAVG Dal. Dal. Dal. Dal. Dal.-N.J. Phi.-G.S. Por. Atl. Atl.-Cle. Mia. Sac. TOTAL Send questions and comments to email@example.com Or call us at 1-800-211-4759