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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 26, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Nets overcome King New 6f aunt NEW VORK Vot a careerhigh 66fmiftt per formance was nothing to be excited Id father have scored 10 and we had won the King said Tuesday night despite Kings highpowered the New York Knicks lost a 120114 National Basketball Association decision to the New Jersey The point total was not only a season high for the NBA this but was the highest since April when Denvers David Thomp son had 73 and San Antonios George Gervin 63 in separate Kings 60 points also broke the Knicks club record of 57 set by Richie Guerin in The previous NBA high this season was 59 by Golden States Purvis also against the With King scoring 40 of his points in the first the Knicks twice held leads of 16 points before finishing with a 6454 advantage at But Micheal Ray who scored 24 of his 36 points in the second rallied the Nets to their first road victory after eight straight Richardson wasnt the only big gun for the who also got 27 points NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L 5 Philadelphia 6 13 New Jersey 17 19 Central Division 11 13 14 18 20 20 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 11 14 San Antonio 13 16 Utah 13 16 Kansas City 10 16 OB 1 Th 1154 1254 3 354 10 54 11 3 4 4 6 and 14 rebounds from Mike Gminski and 24 points from Kelvin 76ers 109 Pistons 108 Moses Malone scored 28 points and Andrew Toney made two free throws with 30 seconds remaining to lead Pacific Olvlildn 10 13 3 IB 5 15 5 Golden State 19 321 tuesday9 Games Philadelphia Detroit 108 New York New Jersey 114 Cleveland Atlanta 106 Portland Golden State 97 Todays dames Indiana at Washington Detroit at New Jersey Houston at Milwaukee Clippers at Dallas New York Atlanta at New Orleans San Antonio at Denver Kansas City at Utah Boston at Phoenix Seattle at Lakers Thursdays Games Cleveland at Chicago Portland at San Antonio Houston at Kansas City Boston at Clippers Golden State at Seattle Philadelphia over The victory was the 76ers 13th in their last 15 games and improved their record to The Sixers trailed only in the first two minutes of the but had to hold off the Pistons in the fourth Trait Blazers 106 Warriors 97 Clyde Dresler scored 26 collected 11 rebounds and eight assists as Portland ended a seven game losing streak by beating Golden the Portlands 14th in 29 was costly as the Blazers lost alUstar guard Jim Paxson in the first quarter with a dislocated finger on his left Von Erich continues family tradition Cavaliers 109 Hawks 106 Phil Hubbard scored 28 points to lead Cleveland over The Cavaliers have won four of their last five still have the worst record in the league at The are 31 against the The Hawks rallied to lead 101 on Mike Glenns jump shot with But John Bagley then scored two baskets and Mel Turpm and Hubbard each added a basket to give the Cavaliers a 104101 lead with to go and they never DALLAS AP Mike Von Erich never doubted he would follow in the steps of his father and three Bolder I always knew Id be a he He was he before he first stepped into the ring on But once I got in the it just seemed to come 1 loved Because of my dad and my the people were really behind me right he told the Dallas Times That makes a for me at Even when I was an amateur I always did better when my friends and family were In the name Von Erich is hot The Von Erich dynasty began when his Jack gave up a career in professional football 30 years and began wrestling under the name of Fritz Von Fritz and his raised five one of whom died in a childhood The boys were Mike and L at is the oldest and the David and Kerry all went into wrestling ahead of and when David Von Erich died unexpectedly earlier this year of natural causes in a hotel room while on a wrestling tour in an estimated people most of them grieving and worshipful wrestling fans attended the In addition to having a ready audience of fans for his Mike said his heritage benefited him in other For one there were his father and brothers to help smooth the way and teach him things like the practically patented Von Erich Iron Claw But having the Von Erich name has had its he In someone usually one of the older kids always wanted to whip a Von it Sometimes Id but then theyd have to contend with or or One way or theyd always end up losing to a Von he Defense becomes key in NFL playoffs Forester named anAmerican Redskin Coach Joe after analyzing the ArcnoRPSs who was also a unanii By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nobody in pro football appreciates defense more than Pittsburgh Coach Chuck who assembled the Steel Curtain that produced four Steeler Super Bowl So Pittsburgh goes into Sundays American Football Conference semifinal game with proper respect for the Denver who allowed only 241 points all second lowest in the National Football Noll was not surprised that the wildcard vic tories of the New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks were constructed by stifling defenses that simply shut down the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Defense has been important in championship football games as long as I can Noll said Before you can you have to not Denver didnt lose very dropping only three games all And the opportunistic Bronco defenders scored eight touchdowns after forcing fumbles and picking off a connoisseur of was suitably Bronco Coach Dan Reeves knows the Steelers reputation for being stingy with yards and points and spent much of the last week drilling Denver on defending against the The Steelers blitz a lot more than most Reeves blitzes more than the Chicago who led the league in rushing total defense and set a record with 72 quarterback The Washington hoping for a third straight trip to the Super must cdhtrol the Bear defenders as well as handle Walter the NFLs alltime rushing Redskin Coach Joe after analyzing the said Chicagos most frequent defensive set had produced blitzes almost threequarters of the times they lined up in What scares you offensively is that they force Gibbs Their interior nobody can of has its It leaves the defensive secondary in mantoman coverage and against the Redskins that can mean trouble with receivers like Art who broke the NFL single season record with 106 catches this The Bears thought they would be playing in San Francisco this weekend but the Giants changed those plans when they upset the Rams in the NFC wildcard That thrust the Giants into the NFC semifinal against the whose 151 record was the best mark in the NFL this By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wide receiver Jerry Rice of Mississippi Valley State and running back Paul Lewis of Boston Univer sity have been named to The Associated Press Division IAA Ail American football team for the second year in a Rice was the nations top receiver with 103 catches for yards and 27 touchdowns while Lewis rushed for yards and finished fourth nationally with an average of yards a Also named to the team was Southwest Texas center Scott who was also a unanimous selection on the first Gulf Star Conference allconference The team features two other repeaters guard Mike Grantham of Northeast Louisiana and defensive tackle Chris Gunderman of Western who made last years team as a nose Also on the team named Tuesday is Mississippi Valley States record breaking Willie Totten who led Division IAA both in total averaging yards a and in passing He completed 324 of 518 passes for yards and 56 Scoreboard Briefly On the air WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 7pm Football Fieedom Texas KENS THURSDAY TELEVISION 7 Hockey Washington at New York 7 Basketball Portland at San WTBS 8 Basketball Creighvon at 8 p m ESPN Local sports THURSDAY 6 Johnson City lumoi vatsiiv at Smithson Valley FRIDAY 5 pm Boys basketball New Brauntels varsity at San Gills basketball New Brauntels IUMIOI varsity at Boys basketball Devme vaisitv varsity at Smithson 7 p Boys basketball Canyon vaisity Alamo Stadium SATURDAY 3 Gills basketball Gonzales varsity at Smithson Bowl games By The Associated Press 15 California Bowl Nevada Las Vegas Toledo 13 Independence Bowl AtShreveporV Air Force Virginia Tech 7 21 Holiday Bowl At San Diego Bngham Young Michigan 1 Florida Citrus Bowl At Georgia Florida State 17 Cherry Bowl At Aimy Michigan State 6 Sun Bowl At El Texas Maryland Tennessee 27 25 BlueGray Classic At Gray Blue 6 26 Freedom Bowl At 74 73 1 27 Liberty Bowl At 84 28 Gator Bowl At South Oklahoma 92 29 Aloha Bowl At Honolulu Southern Notre 74 Hall of Fame Bowl At 83 31 Peach Bowl At Atlanta 722 Bluebonnet Bowl At Houston Texas West 74 1 Cotton Bowl At Dallas Boston 92 Fiesta Bowl At 84 Rose Bowl At Ohio Southern BJ Sugar Bowl At New Orleans Louisiana 92 Orange Bowl At Miami 91 1 1 01 5 East West Shrine At Palo East AllStars West AllStars Hula Bowl At Honolulu East All Stars West AllStars 12 Freedom Classic At Atlanta Mideast AllStars Southwest Senior Bowl At North All Stars South AllStars 13 Ricoh Japari Bowl At Japan 18 10 19 12 12 16 11 17 11 17 43 141 111 39 157 130 27 111 134 27 118 137 26 112 135 44 140 112 35 131 134 33 116 108 33 122 116 28 103 135 NFL By The Associated Press All Times CST Wild Card Games Saturdays Game Seattle Raiders 7 Sundays Game Giants Rams 13 Conference Semifinals Saturdays Games Seattle at Giants at San 3 Sundays Games Chicago at Piusburgh at 3 Conference Championships 6 Times and Sites TBA AFC Semifinal Winners NFC Semifinal Winners Super Bowl 20 At Palo AFC Champion NFC 5 NHL By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L Philadelphia 19 9 16 14 11 10 6 19 18 15 15 13 18 18 23 7 11 13 13 24 3 5 4 6 5 3 4 3 6 3 35 33 26 26 17 49 42 39 36 19 140 123 122 117 108 167 150 170 152 106 Washington NY Islandeis Pittsburgh NY Rangets New Jersey Adams Division 9 6 Quebec 15 15 5 12 12 9 H 15 5 12 15 4 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Chicago Louis Detroit Minnesota Toronto Smythe Division Edmonton 23 Winnipeg Calgaiy Los Angeles Vancouver Mondays Games No games scheduled Tuesdays Games No games scheduled Todays Games New Jersey at Hautoid Toronto at Buflalo Islanders at Pittsburgh Rangers at Detroit Philadelphia at Washington Chicago at Louis Winnipeg at Minnesota Edmonton at Calgary Los Angeles at Vancouver College scores Tuesdays College Basketball By The Associated Press FAR WEST Chaminade Classic Championship Chaminade Southern Methodist 70 Consolation Oklahoma Louisville 72 Rainbow Classic First Round Maryland Iowa 68 Hawaii Cornell 58 126 121 151 140 160 102 135 136 137 191 Scorer needed for spring league The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is looking for a basketball scorekeeper for the mens spring basketball Games will be played at Academy Street Gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays from to 10 All interested please contact Marcus Tonish at the Landa Recreation Center at Rec center holding karate classes The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is spon soring a continous karate class for juniors ages 612 from 7 to 8 and adults ages 13 and over from 8 to 9 on Mondays and Thursdays at the Landa Recreation 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