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Page 12-Friday, November 2, 1979-The Michigan Daily

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By SCOTT M. LEWIS
Special to theDaily
PONTIAC-Randy Smith sunk a 20 foot jumper at the
buzzer last night, climaxing a fourth quarter Cleveland surge
and giving the Cavaliers a pulsating 127-125 win over the
Detroit Pistons.
The Pistons had a chance to win the contest-or at least
send it into overtime-when they set to inbound the ball at
midcourt with seven seconds left on the clock. However, a
pressing defense prevented Terry Tyler from putting the ball
in play and the Pistons were called for a five-second
violation.
"We let them get back in, we let it get too close," said a
dejected Tyler. "I was concentrating on getting the ball in
when I called time out, it was too late. I can't make up any
excuses."
Detroit held a 94-82 lead midway in the third period and
held an edge until Austin Carr followed up a missed shot to
lift Cleveland into a 109-108 lead. Before all was said and
done, the lead had changed hands six times.
Bob McAdoo's driving layup with 15 seconds remaining
gave Detroit a one point advantage. But rookie Earl Evans,
in his first NBA game, was whistled for a blocking foul as the
Cavs worked patiently for a shot. Smith canned one of two

free throws to tie the contest.
Under new coach Stan Albeck, the Cavaliers are scoring
almost 20 more points per game than they did last year. Their
run and gun style of play once again gave the Pistons fits.
Detroit is 0-5 against Cleveland this season, including two
exhibition games.
The Piston center-forward combination of McAdoo, Bob
Lanier, and Greg Kelser dominated the middle. McAdoo hit
10 of 18 field goals en route to a season-high 29 points.
Kelser notched 20, Lanier 17, and Terry Tyler 13.
But the Pistons' backcourt proved vulnerable again, as
Cleveland guards Smith and Carr clicked for 54 points, com-
pared to 49 for the entire Detroit backcourt. Piston rookie
Roy Hamilton had a season high 17 points.
Cavalier forward Mike Mitchell led all scorers with 30
points, while Pontiac native and former Michigan standout
Campy Russell added 19. Carr had 27, and Smith, who has
played in 607 consecutive games (tops in the NBA), totalled
17.
The loss dropped the Pistons record to 4-6, two and one-
half games behind* division-leading San Antonio. The last-
place Cavs improved to 4-8, recording their first road win af-
ter five losses.

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NEW YORK (AP)-The New York
Yankees engineered their second six-
player trade yesterday, acquiring cat-
cher Rick Cerone and left-handed pit-
cher Tom Underwood from the Toronto
Blue Jays for first baseman Chris
Chambliss.
The Yankees, operating for the first
day under new General Manager Gene
Michael, also received minor league

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outfielder Ted Wilborn from the Blue
Jays and sent left-handed pitcher Paul
Mirabella and shortstop Damaso Gar-
cia to Toronto.
EARLIER IN the day, the free-
wheeling Yankees sent pitcher Jim
Beattie, catcher Jerry Narron, center
See moresports pp. 11, 13, and 14
fielder Juan Beniquez and minor league
pitcher Rick Anderson to the Seattle
Mariners for center fielder Ruppert
Jones and minor league pitcher Jim
Lewis.
Jones hit .267 with 21 home runs, 78
runs batted in and 33 steals in 45 attem-
pts for the Mariners. He also scored a
club-record 109 runs and set Mariner

marks with 85 walks and nine triples.
The 25-year-old Cerone, a right-
handed hitter, was the key player for
the Yankees in the second deal of the
day.
A former standout at Seton Hall
University, Cerone batted .239 in 1979,
with 27 doubles, seven home runs and 61
runs batted in.
UNDERWOOD, WHO joins ace left-
handers Ron Guidry and Tommy John
on the Yankees staff, finished with an
overall record of 9-16 last year, after an
0-9 start.
Chambliss, who came to the Yankees
in April, 1974 in a multiplayer trade
with Cleveland, batted .280 this year
with a career high 18 home runs and 63
RBIs. His top batting mark with New
York was .304 in 1975 and he had a high
of 96 RBI in 1976.

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