Wednesday, February 19, 2003
The Associated Press
-Richard Hamilton, Pistons, scored a season-high 34 points as Detroit routed Miami 93-62.
OLD STANDBYS Karl Malone had 28 points and nine rebounds and John Stockton added 18 points and 11 assists as Utah defeated Minnesota 109-97 on Monday night.
SNAPPED Minnesota had its six-game winning streak snapped with a 109-97 loss to Utah on Monday night.
REMATCH? Los Angeles Lakers star Shaquille O'Neal is questionable for Tuesday night's game against Yao Ming and the Houston Rockets at Staples Center. O'Neal has a sore left knee. He sat out the Lakers' loss to New York on Sunday night.
STREAKING Utah was 22-for-33 from the field in the second half of its 109-97 win over Minnesota on Monday night. ... Detroit has won eight of nine after a 93-62 win over Miami on Monday night.
SPEAKING "We've been known for our pride and hard work, but we didn't have any of that tonight. Detroit plays basketball the way we are supposed to be playing it - no tricks, no gimmicks, just straight-up basketball. As a captain of this team, it is my job to make sure we never do this again." - Miami's Brian Grant after the Heat lost to the Pistons 93-62 on Monday night.
UC's lack of effort is puzzling to Maxiell
Women: UC player honored
For XU, streak isn't important
Musketeers' West finalist for national senior award
Xavier playing up to preseason expectations
OTHER COLLEGE HOOPS
Dayton ranked in AP's Top 25
Numerous games canceled due to storm
REDS / SPRING TRAINING
County: And this one belongs to us
Sullivan placing 2002 in rearview
Davis tries to regain form, rejoin rotation
Bowden confident young players will continue to improve
O's prospect Bechler dies of heatstroke
Withrow, Bacon claim poll championships
Bacon victory keeps GCLN title hopes alive
Refund info for Sunday's Dayton game
Boys prep basketball standings, leaders
Wrestling: Division III will try again today
Prep sports schedules
Tiger felt better as weekend went on
Annika should set trap to play Tiger
Sorenstam can make a statement by not playing Colonial
In the end, fans got robbed at Daytona 500
Tyson future in limbo after fight cancellation
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