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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas TOA New Braunfels March Rockets close in on Denver while Warriors upend Spurs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON In a 131129 win over the Denver Nuggets Tuesday rookie Akeem one of Houstons Twin played 47 accumulated 36 14 two steals and two blocked Olajuwon logged the time largely due to the fact that Ralph the other Twin was saddled on the bench with five fouls and played only 30 scoring 19 5 Akeem simply had a great Houston Coach Bill Fitch We were only kicking on one inside cylinder with Ralph in foul trouble and with our we need IJbth inside cylinders iWith 17 games to play 39 closed to three games behind the Midwest Division leading we were fired up after losing last week to Denver in double oyertime Olajuwon i 4purs122 kPurvis Short scored 40 points as Gulden State posted its seasonhigh pbint total in beating San ohly the 18th victory in 64 starts for tlje NBA 24 41 18 Akeem Olajuwon By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W New Jersey New Central Division Detroit Chicago 25 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 39 San L GB 14 16 32 18 19 30 33 44 19 29 34 38 40 45 9V4 19 23 26 3 29 6 34 34 11 Kansas Pacific Division 18 Phoenix 34 36 38 43 Golden State 18 46 x clinched playoff berth Tuesdays Games Indiana New Jersey 108 Phoenix New York 119 Houston Denver 129 Kansas City Portland 114 Boston Atlanta 115 Chicago Detroit 110 Lakers Utah 108 Golden State San Antonio 122 Todays Games Phoenix at Boston Washington at New Jersey Clippers at Philadelphia Cleveland at Milwaukee Kansas City at Dallas Lakers at Utah 15W 17 19A 28 Artis Gilmore led the Spurs with 23 Celtics Hawks 115 Larry Bird wasnt sure he was going to like the New Orleans Lakefront Arena because the tem perature was set too but by scoring 60 he proved he was the hottest thing Bulls Pistons 110 Michael Jordan scored 14 of his 32 points in the fourth in cluding four crucial free throws in the final 33 as Chicago edged Pacers Nets 108 Indiana won only its 20th game in 65 decisions as Clark Kellogg scored 21 including the goahead basket with left New Lakers Jazz 108 Los leading the Pacific Division by 15 got 18 points and 14 assists from Earvin Magic Johnson in its victory over The Lakers led 8761 late in the third quarter and coasted to victory over the who got a gamehigh 24 points from Darrell New Mexico exploits Aggies in NIT AP Veteran Texas basketball coach Shelby Metcalf decided the best way to take on New Mexico in the opening game of the National Invitation Tournament was to control the rebounding iWith all five starters crashing the the Aggies stayed close through the opening half Monday But New Mexicos fastbreak of fense exploited vulnerable defense in the second half en route to an 80457 New Mexico and Texas opened the 48th edition of the NIT the tournaments firstround continues tonight with Canisius at The remaining 14 firstround games will be played Thursday and Friday at sites around the with 10 games scheduled for Everytime I turned around Shelby had all five hitting the said New Mexico coach Gary Thats why when we did get the it looked like Interstate Texas had 17 offensive rebounds in the first half and trailed only But New which shot 61 percent from the broke the game open by outscoring the Aggies 154 in the first six minutes of the second half for a 5339 lead that proved too much for to During that the went more than seven minutes with just one field Forward Johnny Brown led the New Mexico assault with 20 while forward Mike Winters shook a seasonlong slump to add Texas was led by guard Don Marbury with 22 Sophomore forward Mike Clifford and center Al Pulliam each scored 11 The only NIT game tonight features hosting 209 On it will be Alcorn at 1616 at West 208 Kent at 1613 Wake at South 1711 17 at at Tennessee 199 at South western 1613 at 1813 at and Santa at Fresno The first round will be completed with at 1513 at 227 at 2010 and at Lamar 19 Eagles learning about Tech BOSTON AP Boston College coach Gary Williams says he would have been watching the Southwest Conference PostSeason Classic championship more closely if he had known the winning Texas Tech Red Raiders would be his squads firstround opponent in the NCAA Its Williams told the Lubbock AvalancheJournal in a telephone interview They were on TV up here Sunday and I watched some of but I didnt stop to think that we might be playing It just happened to be a basketball game that was on television and I watched but not very Were trying to find out all we can about he Williams the 11 and the seeded meet at Friday in Hohfeinz Pavilion in one of four firstround games on tap in the Midwest sub Other contests feature Memphis State 273 against Penn 1313 at AlabamaBirmingham 248 against Michigan State 199 at and Duke 227 against Pepperdine 238 at The victor of the TechBC match meets the winner of the Duke Pepperdine contest at Sunday in Williams says the televised game Sunday has shown him two things about Tech its 510 guard Bubba the Player of the Year in the is a great shooter and the Raiders play very good The little guy Jennings is amazing the way he shoots the Guys up here dont shoot the ball from that far Williams told the Tech plays very good ECs thirdyear mentor They work at Just the fact that Tech has beaten Houston Arkansas three times tells you something about Thats no easy representing the is making its first NCAA Tournament appearance since But Williams said the Raiders are not total strangers to his players or other college mentors in his corner of the That might be the case with the but not with he They know about Arkansas and Eddie Sutton and they know about Our players watched SMU beat North Carolina on TV and they know Tech defeated SMU twice this They respect said We know were playing a good Its no problem to get ready when youre playing a Top 20 That has a way of getting your Texas 237 and winners of 11 straight was named the nations 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