New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas
Aguirre, Blackman lead Mavs by JazzSportsWorld
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Dick Motta had it both ways.
The Dallas Mavericks coach chose to give his top scorer, Mark Aguirre, some rest in the fourth quarter Wednesday and then watched in delight as Rolando Blackman took up the slack.
The Mavericks reeled off 16 unanswered points, broke open a close game and cruised to a 117-102 victory over the Midwest Division-leading Utah Jazz.
The loss chopped Utah’s lead over Dallas to three games.
"We were in the flow, we found the open man and we were hitting the open shot," said Motta, whose team raised its home record to 15-2 and its season mark to 20-16.
"It’s fun when you’re doing that." Aguirre scored 39 points in the first three quarters, but Dallas led by only two points.
With Aguirre watching from the bench, the Mavericks outscored Utah 164) and pushed their lead to 97-79 with 7:30 to play.
"That’s the best game anyone has played against us all year," said Utah Coach Frank Layden, whose team slipped to 23-13 with their first loss in four games.
"I told the team we just got waxed.” Aguirre raised his season record to 30.5 points per game to take over the National Basketball Association
scoring lead from Utah’s Adrian Dantley, who finished with 22 points.
"I missed my first four or five shots," said Aguirre, "but I couldn’t stop shooting becuase I’m the main offensive threat.
Dallas, which has now won five of its last eight games, also got 27 points from Blackman, who scored half of Dallas’ 16 points during the fourth quarter run.Celtics 135 Warriors 112
Robert Parish had 33 points and 14 rebounds to lead Boston to its ninth victory in IO starts and 19th in 22. The win assured Celtics Coach K.C. Jones of coaching the East team in the All-Star Game. Boston was in such control that Parish sat down with 1:37 left in third period after hitting 16 of 20 shots.Nets 120 Bulls 105
Otis Birdsong scored 14 of his game-high 23 points in the third period as the host Nets took control for their third straight victory. Five Nets joined Birdsong in double figures, led by Albert King with 20. Orlando Woolrdige put in 21 points for Chicago.76ers 121 Bullets 99
At Philadelphia, Julius Erving
returned to the lineup to score 21 points and Andrew Toney had 26 as the 76ers snapped a modest two-game slide. Erving was sidelined with a bruised forearm.Noah upset in Volvo Masters
NEW YORK (AP) — French Open champion Yannick Noah won’t be able to lay claim to the mythical "king of tennis” title bestowed upon the winner of the $400,000 Volvo Masters tournament.
He fell victim to Czech Tomas Smid, who pulled off the biggest upset of the tournament when he eliminated Noah 6-4,6-4. It was only his second victory in IO career meetings against Noah, the first Frenchman in 37 years to win on the famed red clay courts of Roland Garros.3 tied atop Hope Classic
PALM SPRINGS, Cal. (AP) — Former PGA champion John Mahaffey, rookie Willie Wood and Russ Cochran, a left-hander who won two events in the Tournament Players Series last season, shared the top spot after the first day of the five-day, 90-hole Bob Hope Desert Classic.
Mahaffey played his round at Eldorado. Wood played without a bogey at La Quinta and Cochran spiced his effort at Indian Wells with an eagle-3.
Bruce Lietzke led a group at 67 that included Johnny Miller, Curt Byrum, Ronnie Black and Bobby Wadkins.Recruiting banned at AFCA meeting
DALLAS (AP) — Beginning next year, major-college football coaches may not recruit in person during the annual four-day January convention of the American Football Coaches Association.
That piece of legislation was approved Wednesday shortly before the National Collegiate Athletic Association wound up its 78th annual convention.
In addition, the NCAA delegates rejected a proposal to institute a similar "quiet period" prohibiting all in-person recruiting contacts from 48 hours before until 36 hours after next month’s signing date.Football deaths down in 1983
DALLAS (AP) — The number of deaths directly at
tributable to football fell to the lowest total since 1979 last year when four athletes, all high school students, were killed playing the game, according to a American Football Coaches Association survey released Wednesday.
The survey, conducted by University of South Carolina professor Fred Mueller, also found nine indirect deaths, seven of which were blamed on heart failure.Astros sign Doran, Dawley
HOUSTON (AP) — Second-year players Bill Doran and Bill Dawley have signed one-year contracts with the Houston Astros, the team announced Wednesday.
Doran, a second-baseman, hit .271 in his rookie season with eight home runs. He drove in 38 runs.
Dawley, a relief pitcher acquired from Cincinnati at the start of the 1983 season, was a member of the National League All-Star team. He recorded 14 saves and an earned run average of 2.82 as he compiled a 6-6 record.Mexicans reduce Olympic team
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican Olympic delegation will be smaller than usual this year, with no more than 65 athletes expected to go to Los Angeles, the official El Nacionalnewspaper reported Wednesday.
It quoted Mario Vazquez Rana, chairman of the Mexican Olympic Committee, as saying, "It is very difficult for countries like Mexico to win medals so there’s no point in sending a numerous delegation to go and make itself look ridiculbus before the eyes of the world."Former UT coach dead at 93
AUSTIN (AP) — Berry Whitaker, who coached the University of Texas to its first Southwest Conference football championship during his brief tenure in the early 1920s, has died at the age of 93.
Funeral services were scheduled today. Whitaker died Tuesday in San Antonio.
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National Basketball Association By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division
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