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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 1flA New Brauhfels January wwf twowayf y J7Qy Spurs bury Warriors by 45 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS After scoring 26 points and collecting 13 assists and 11 San Antonios Johnny Moore was a little who had quarterbacked the San Antonio Spurs to a 13994 rout over the Golden State Warriors Tuesday had missed out on what he called the Four Ds double figures by tallying just nine I was pushing for the last but you cant have Moore said after the National Basketball Association Moore has been pushing through much of his basketball He fought to make the team after being cut from the Spurs four years Im not like Carl said referring to the fourtime Olympic I have to go all I dont have the physical at tributes of some of the other and I didnt have them in high school or he Thats where I developed the work Each time you go out you have to prove The rest of the Spurs proved something as well by setting a club record A 45ppint victory Guns suit under consideration SAN ANTONIO AP A three judge appeals court is weighing the legality of a lease the San Antonio Gunslingers has on a local school districts The San Antonio School along with the River Road Neighborhood Association and the city of San Antqnio have gone to court to try to throw out the lease on Alamo The United States Football League team signed a lease to use the stadium May Since the neighborhood the city and the school bogrd has been fighting to nullify the A judge last after a two week ruled the lease Scoreboard On the air WEDNESDAY TELEVISION r 6 Basketball Maryland at North 6 Tennis Volvo 7 Basketball LSU at Basketball Dhicano at B Basketball Wisconsin at Ohio THURSDAY TELEVISION Tennis Volvo 9 Basketball Seattle at Golden Slate 10 Basketball Washington Statu at Local sports THURSDAY 5 Girls basketball Boorne junior varsity at Smithson FRIDAY Girls basketball New Braunfuls junior vaisity al 5 Boys basketball Canyon junior varsity al 6 Boys basketball florusvillu junior varsity at Smithson NBA boxes Warriors Spurs GOLDEN STATE 94 Smith 59 24 Short 211 910 Whituhuad 4101 Floyd 51334 Brau 2 Conner 61424 Johnson 413610 Aloksinas 4722 Plumrner 12 02 Thiboaux 1 Totals 34 91 25 3V 94 SAN ANTONIO 1391 Banks4434 Mitchell 3 10 2 2 Gilmore 8 Moore II 17 4 6 Garvin 9 13 2 2 Jones2334 A Robertson 9 1334 lavaroni 2 Paxson 3 G 0 0 Krmjlii 590010 Totals 66 90 2 35139 Golden 26 22 26 94 San Antonio 27 33 40 139 Three point goal Fouled out Rebounds Golden Slate 13 Aleksmas San Antonio 68 llavaioni Assists GuMun Stutu 18 Johnson San Antonio 41 IMoore Total louls Gulden Stale San Antonio A Kings Rockets KANSAS CITY 110 Johnson 11 22 4 4 Olburdmg 36 00 Thompson 4 8 00 Drew Ihuub 3 Woodson 8 16 44 T hoi pu 5 7 7 10 Bust 0 1 00 McNarnara 24004 Pope 1 1 Totals4587 1922 HOUSTON 1112 McCray 511 34 Sampson 818 1 1 Olajuwon 1121 23 Hollins 713 45 lfl Wiggins 61500 Peterson 11 Roid 3 5 Lloyd 711 00 Micheaux 3 5 00 Ehlo 02 00 McDowell Toials 51 102 10 13 112 32 26 24110 33 27 23112 Thraepoini goalDraw Fouled out ReboundsKansas City 48 Thompson Houston 51 lOlajuwon Assists Kansas City 30 Theus Houston 31 Hollins Total foulsKansas City Houston A Blazers DALLAS 1108 Apuine 1224 33 Ellis 713 45 Ninv phius 34 22 Blackman 413 77 Davis 392 Harper 26 00 Silton 44 00 Perkins 6 11 18 17 Antonio 16 By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic City 13 21 Pacific Division Lakers 24 11 Phoenix 18 Boston Philadelphia Washington New Jersey New York Central Division Milwaukee Detroit Chicago Atlanta Indiana Cleveland WESTERN CONFEHENCI Midwest Division Houston Denver 29 28 20 16 13 23 19 17 15 10 9 E 21 6 6 15 20 24 14 15 17 20 24 23 14 9 17 4 7 11 A 11V 16 20 Clippers 16 21 Seattle 15 21 Golden Stars 10 24 Tuesdays Games Cleveland 1 New Jersey 101 San Antonio 1 Golden State 94 Washington Milwaukee 95 Houston Kansas City 1 10 Dallas Portland 102 Denver Lakers 124 Todays Games Chicago at Boston Detroit at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Indiana Now York al Denver Seattle al 9 23 Alvin Robertson scored 21 coming off the and George Gervin added 20 points for the Cavaliers 107 Nets 101 after a 219 has won seven of its last 11 in cluding a decision over the New Jersey Guard World Free came off the bench to score 27 including three threepoint goals that helped defuse a Nets Nuggets 126 Lakers 124 Denver ended Los Angeles nine game winning streak behind Alex Englishs 41 points and 11 English scored 11 points in the fourth period to help the Nuggets offset the performance of Kareem who led the Lakers with 35 12 rebounds and six blocked Bullets 99 Bucks 95 Washington needed finalminute baskets from Gus Williams and Greg Ballard to keep Milwaukee from erasing a 17point deficit down the Rockets 112 Kings 110 Firstplace Houston stayed a game ahead of Denver in the Midwest Division as Akeem Olajuwon scored 24 five of them in the final Olajuwon hit two field goals and a free then made a steal that led to a basket by Robert Reid as the Rockets pulled away from a 103103 tie to a 112107 Mavericks 108 Blazers 102 Dale Ellis and Rolando Blackman led a 172 fourthquarter spurt that lifted Dallas over The Trail Blazers fought back from a 17point deficit to tie the game at 76 76 before the Mavericks started their decisive Ellis scored 10 of his 20 points and Blackman 11 of his 16 in the final Syracuse rips BC Eagles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Recognition hasnt been much of a blessing for Boston Colleges basketball Thanks to the attention lavished on Doug Flutie and rest of ECs football the basketball players labored in glorious anonymity while winning 10 straight Only when the Eagles lost for the first time an 8280 overtime decision to 1 Georgetown last Saturday did Boston College gain a spot in the national BCs first outing as a ranked club proved just as disappointing when 7 Syracuse rallied for a 5458 victory Tuesday I feel rather than said Boston College Coach Gary Its not like Im down from We were just so close and didnt get BC led in the second half but Syracuse went on a 102 run featuring three baskets by Dwayne Washington to bring the Orangemen In other games involving ranked Patrick Ewing hit 15 of 17 shots from the field in a 33point performance to pace Georgetown to a 9070 romp over Seton Hall and Clemsons Vincent Hamilton scored 27 points to pace the Tigers to a 9081 victory over 9 Georgia 140 overall and 30 in the Big rolled to a 4026 halftime edge over Seton Hall and turned the game into a rout with a 146 spurt opening the second Ewing enjoyed the third 30point game of his Georgia was condemned to its second loss in three Atlantic Coast Conference starts when the Yellow Jackets couldnt find a way to stop the hotshooting Clemsons bomber hit 12 of 16 shots from the many from the 20foot Bruce Dalrymple led Tech with 24 At reserve guard Terry Gannon scored 10 points to spark North Carolina State to a 5145 victory over snapping a threegame losing streak that had cost the Wolfpack a spot in the Top In other games Tuesday it was Army For dham 59 Niagara New Hampshire 69 James Madison Old Dominion 68 Western Kentucky Jacksonville 64 Wake Forest Furman 64 Iowa State Abilene Christian 86 Toledo Kent State 58 New Mexico Baptist of South Carolina 59 and Pepperdine Colorado 4 Totals 41 842224 108 PORTLAND 102 Diiixlcr 11 23 2 2 Morris 6 Bowiu Paxson 13 25 34 Valuntino 7 1322 Korsoy Thompson 02121 Collur Scholllor 00 1 2 4387 32 23 32108 21 31 29102 rinuu point yoiils Ellis Foulodout Ruliounds Dallas 44 IPurkuis PiMiliiiul 50 Bowio Assists Dallas 26 Davis Poriliirul 28 IValuruiiiu Trjial louls Dallas Portland 25 Technicals Portland Coach A College scores Tuesdays College Basketball By The Associated Press EAST Army Fordhain 59 Boston Colyaro JOT Gcioiijutown Solon Hall 70 7 NiuijclNJ Nuw Hampshire 69 Syraciisu Boston 58 Vmmoiil Middliiljiiry 58 SOUTH Alabama Aul Montgomery 63 Cltinsun Gcoryia Fecri 81 James Madison Old Dominion 68 Libuity Baptist Florida Toch 69 Carolina Viujinia 45 Nicholls Giambling 62 Alabama Parkside 62 Kentucky Jacksonville 64 Wake Forest Furrnan 64 MIDWEST Chicaijo Jackson 64 Cluvulaml Illinois OT Iowa Abilene Christian 86 Kansas Newman NW Missouri 62 Malune Rio Grande OT Dakota 87 Oklahoma Baptist 78 Toledo Kent 58 SOUTHWEST Midwestern Sam Houston 65 Toxas Hardin Simmons 58 FAR WEST Goruaga Seattle Pacific 68 Colorado Denver 64 Now Mexico 59 Pepperdino Colorado 64 Santa Clara Pugei Sound 58 Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League MILWAUKEE BREWERS Re signed and assigned him to Vancouver of thu Pacific Coast National League SAN DIEGO PADRES Signed Tim to a Ihrue year FOOTBALL National Football League DALLAS COWBOYSAnnounced the retirement of Bob United States Football League SAN ANTONIO GUNSLINGERS Signed Fred running and Jeff HOCKEY National Hockey League BOSTON BRUINSAnnounced that Barry will be out for the Acquired Butch oil waivers from the New York W 24 23 22 15 14 13 L 11 11 16 19 19 22 Jim NHL By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division Philadelphia Washington NY Islanders Pittsburgh NY Rangers New Jersey Adams Division 12 12 Quebec 17 16 16 18 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Chicago 19 16 16 Minnesota 19 23 Toronto 29 Smytha Division Edmonton 8 15 17 LosAngeles16 16 27 Tuesdays Games Edmonton Quebec 0 Hartford Buffalo tie Washington Delroit 2 Philadelphia Vancouver 3 Islanders Montreal 1 Todays Games Vancouver at Pittsburgh Boston at Toronto Rangers at Winnipeg Washington at Louis Minnesota at Chicago Los Angeles at Calgary Thursdays Gamas Buffalo at Boston Edmonton at Montreal Islanders at New Jersey Chicago at Philadelphia Louis at Minnesota Since Pts 53 53 45 34 34 30 50 46 44 41 37 39 38 33 31 17 60 46 42 40 25 OF 171 167 187 134 143 137 165 152 168 147 134 157 138 140 148 119 206 196 162 175 133 GA 120 125 156 169 158 164 135 122 168 140 165 148 14S 155 188 188 128 168 167 165 224 LESLIE Smithson Valleys Mike Irvine looks for a team mate during Tuesdays game Rangers whip Somerset Smithson Valley concluded the nondistrict portion of the season Tuesday rolling to a 7662 win over It was the fourth victory in a row for the who improved their record to Smithson Valley Coach Roger Kraft said the victory gave the Rangers a chance to iron out a few It was a different type of he We experimented a We were always in control of the so we played all or defenses rhantoman and a couple of different The Rangers were led by Paul Pharris and Rolando who each scored 26 It was Trevinos highest output of the Lucio Aguilar led Somerset with 32 David Garcia added 21 points Statistics SMITHSOM VALLEY 76 Paul Pharris Rolando Trevino Ray Reyes Tony Rendon Mike Irvine Chris Lahmann Dirk Hays SOMERSET 162 Aguilar Garcia Antopes Hernandez 3 Black 12 18 Smithson 22 16 16 62 23 19 76 the in the losing Smithson Valley outscored Bulldogs in every The Rangers jumped out to an early taking a 2212 advantage at the end of the first By the Ranger lead had widened to The 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