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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page10A New Texas February Spurs stop Nuggets inOT SAN ANTONIO AP San An tonio might want to take all of its games into The Spurs made it a perfect 20 for extra periods this season with a 131 126 victory over the Denver Nuggets in NBA action Tuesday Whew and spell that with four ws at the This was a big win for seeing as we have Dallas and Boston coming Spurs Coach Bob Weiss said after the It was also important for us to beat Denver and keep them within reach for our playoff Weiss The victory improved San Antonio to 1933 and ended a losing streak at four The Nuggets fell to The two teams were tied in the overtime until Alvin Robertson stole a Bill Hanzlik pass aimed for Darrell a former teammate of Robertsons at the University of and drove for a slam putting the Spurs with 49 seconds Anticipation was the key to my steal in the Robertson I kind of figured their rotation and knew where Walker was I slammed it because I just wanted to finish that play off I think we won this game because we executed better in the It felt good to win Robertson guarded loosely by Walter drove and pulled up and missed a but with 20 seconds Mike Evans fouled Johnny Dawkins buried both free throws to give San Antonio a four point Hanzlik drew the Nuggets back to within but Denver was forced to foul and Dawkins sank one of two to put the Spurs up by three with 12 seconds After Hanzlik missed a Larry Krystkowiak added a slam with three seconds left to put Denver down and Bullets Lakers 99 Thirteen proved to be a lucky number for the Washington Thats how many consecutive games the Bullets had lost at the Forum in since until they beat the Los Angeles Lakers 11499 Tuesday Moses Malone scored 20 of his 27 NBA By The Associated 27 23 Denver 23 29 San Antonio 19 10 14 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Boston 37 1 17 33 Pacific Division Lakers 38 1 32 State 26 New 25 New Jersey Central 22 30 Clippers 8 2914 Atlanta Milwaukee Chicago 18 33 21 25 24 24 Detroit 103 San Antonio Denver 1 OT Washington 1 1 Lakers 99 Todays 1 State at WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest at Cleveland Seattle at at Lakers at Denver Milwaukee at points and grabbed 14 of his 19 rebounds in the second half as Washington won for the seventh time in its last nine including 41 on the current road They trail secondplace Philadelphia by one game in the Atlantic Hawks Pistons 103 Dominique Wilkins says the Hawks can see the light at the top of the Central Wilkins 35 points helped them snap a twogame losing streak and move within onehalf game of Detroits Central Division Detroit led 9184 with left but the Hawks tied it three times before Glenn Rivers put them ahead to stay 102101 with to Randy Witt man hit two free Kevin Willis made one and Wilkins sank two to close out Atlantas To Erken the word toughis a noun DALLAS AP Other than the videotapes he has stacked neatly next to the and the ashtray that comes and goes in the top left drawer of his you leave Jim Erkenbecks office with these two thoughts heavy on your mind Size and as in the Scotch I ontherocks He turns the word into a Tough is what you not what you Size and as in the bulging appliance the guys big enough and strong enough to get in the way of their own He makes this cliche sound i before next season is only the Cowboys second offensive line coach in 26 will turn these ideas into Erkisms and much maligned offensive line into a formidable front Tony Dorsett is Im into my 1 criteria is mentally and and I like guys to be big and Erkenbeck if a guy makes a mistake but if he has the size he has recovery And tough you cant play the game if you are not has to be big and I dont know if its all but I think its going to be You can do something legally You can do something with land you can sometimes motivate but 3 dont know how The tough the has to give to 1 Now dont get the idea Tex Schramm hired a one of those toughtalking Marine to take over for Jim who retired Sports World When they get I tell them to feel their because thats the best they are going to feel for six Dallas line coach Jim Erkenbeck after 25 years with the is an easytalking Los a guy who spent last season with the New Orleans He is a man set in his a little stubborn the German in he says but a blue ribbon track record the past four years has earned him Tom Landrys Erkenbeck says he is no no not the man with all the but he just knows what has worked for him in the That past includes three seasons with the USFLs PhiladelphiaBaltimore who won the last two championships that league has And last his first in New the Saints offensive line went from giving up 56 sacks in 1985 to only The Cowboys yielded 59 sacks in On top of the Saints were one of five NFL teams to average more than four yards a carry with fewer than 30 and Rueben a thirdround draft gained yards and Rookie of the Year Something must be When they get I tell them to feel their because thats the best they are going to feel for six Erkenbeck Lots of guys arent and I want to find them because theyre the ones that will get me hired the second week of January and here long enough to sit through staff evaluations and grow crosseyed looking at may have some surprising news for the Cowboys offensive linemen a group that finished last season with Tom Rafferty starting at Crawford Ker and Glen Titensor at and Phil PozderacHoward Richards and Mark Tuinei at He will have a starting front five before the Cowboys land in Thousand for training No he No jockeying for he I want to put the front five in there and tell them its their job until they get beat Erkenbeck But how can this newcomer possibly know enough to make a decision I can tell said patting his stack of Youre only limited by your I can sure as heck 99 to 100 percent The possible exception Kurt who sat out all of last season after a knee My other top priority is to develop the run and my main concern is protecting the quarterback to the point where we dont lose him during the Erkenbeck All I know is they were 62 before Danny White got hurt and I dont know what that but that is the bottom wants renegotiation spring training HOUSTON AP Houston Astros baseman Glenn Davis wont be jrting to spring training next eek unless he gets a new is agent Were not asking for a Were Asking for a salary comparable with jjvhat other young players with Comparable years and comparable Jetatistics have received the last few Davis Gerry Were only about fend it seems to me ridiculous we Jiant get our differences This do nothing but hurt both wins he The Astros are believed to have goffered Davis a raise of from his 1986 The Davis wants would double ffcis the Houston Chronicle jreported The 25yearold slugger led the Astros offense last season with 31 Jhoine runs and 101 5c who has less than two years jftnajorleague is not eligible J3jo file for salary Players three years or more in the gmajors may force arbitration under collective bargaining Position players have been asked fto report to spring camp by fjwt are not required to appear under the collective bargaining agreement until March Davis would not become an official holdout until that I dont know whos running his public but its very early for a player or an agent to talk about a Astros General Manager Dick Wagner said The negotiations as far as Im concerned are not Wagner said the club paid Davis the highest salary in its history for a firstyear man last season and has offered the highest ever for a second year player this Hunsicker said Wagner informed him last Friday that the club would not raise its offer on the table at that time and would renew Davis con tract at a lower figure if the player doesnt sign by March Gooden prepared to return to old form AP New York Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden wants to recapture the form that helped him win the National League Cy Young Award two years He offers a simple strategy for getting the job Just stay go out and work hard and give it my the 22yearold righthander said Tuesday after signing a million contract with the World Series who won the 1985 National League Cy Young Award with a 244 record and earned run went 176 with a ERA last season when he earned Im not going to go out and try to do too Gooden said at the office of his Jim where the signing took Im just going to go out and pitch the way I can pitch and take it a game at a Last Gooden filed for salary arbitration and asked for The Mets offered him the same salary as last The two scheduled for an arbitration hearing reached agreement during the Theres a lot of hard cash out there on the table and in this situation it was something we couldnt pass Neader said at a news con We thought it was a very fair he I think it would have been very tragic to lose ar bitration and play another season at the same Gooden and the Mets had wanted to avoid arbitration in the wake of the pitchers offthefield Its a good thing for both parties that we didnt go to Gooden Im glad with the way things turned There was little discussion about the offseason including a fight with Tampa that kept Gpodens name in headlines this Meyer tops nominees for coaching honors NEW YORK AP DePauls Joey successor to a winning tradition begun by his was the top votegetter in nominations for The Associated Press Coach of the Year in college In balloting announced Meyer collected 316 points to 308 for Tom Davis of Iowa and 296 for John Chaney of Poll members were asked to vote for five and the top 10 vote getters will be placed on a ballot that will decide the coach of the Nominees received 10 points for a firstplace 8 for 6 for 4 for fourth and 2 for The 37yearold whose baby face belies his age as well as his 17 years of coaching was named on 46 ballots cast by members of the APs college poll He collected 12 firstplace votes and 308 Owners often lose at meetings One day Pogo looked around the Okefenokee thought for a moment about conditions in the and sagely observed We have met the enemy and they is Give that little fellow a major league baseball Fourteen years while fighting a holding action against free agency a battle they eventually would lose baseballs bosses agreed to salary arbitration for the hired there went the Perhaps because they are slow it took a while for the owners to figure out that free agency was less of a headache for them than For a free agent to reap a kings ransom some club has to offer So if Owner keeps his checkbook zipped free agency need not break his For evidence of consider the current unemployed status of Tim Lance Parrish et Even the most penurious cant do a thing about an arbitration Lose in that forum and its back up the Brinks Last Detroit pitcher Jack Morris winningest pitcher of this decade with 123 victories set an arbitration record with a tidy million The mark lasted only until first baseman Don Mattingly of the New York Yankees batting 31 home 113 runs batted in presented his case and was rewarded with Both results were That left management with 13 victories and seven defeats in the current arbitration box that log includes some pyrrhic They for a award to Daryl who batted in 77 games last year and spent part of the season in the All of this was greeted with great interest by Calvin former proprietor of the Min nesota and the first member of his fraternity to get burned by the arbitration fire in Three Twins pitcher Dick outfielder Larry Hisle and infielder Steve Braun filed that year and all costing Calvin a cumulative I was disappointed because those players didnt bring people into the Griffith I told those fellows if they were going to get they were going to get it only through not from I didnt think they had earned The first case was who successfully argued that his 108 record was worth not the Griffith wanted to A mediocre Griffith We had five or six like Next was who hit and was awarded instead of the Griffith wanted to A good the 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