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Page 12-Friday, February 11, 1983-The Michigan Daily

NBA ROUNDUP

I I

Philly manhandles

Chicago,
CHICAGO (AP) - Philadelphia's
Julius Erving scored 34 points and
Moses Malone added 26 last night to
lead the 76ers to a 116-110 National
Basketball Association victory over the
Chicago Bulls.
Erving, who has averaged 28.2 points
per game in his last seven contests, also
had four steals and four blocked shots
in helping the 76ers, 43-7, romp to their
30th victory in their last 34 contests.
Erving, held to just 10 points for the
first two and a half quarters, erupted
midway in the third quarter. In a three-
minute span, he connected on two alley-
oop baskets, a slam dunk and a drive
through the lane to help the 76ers move
to a 79-67 advantage.
Bucks 102,
Trail Blazers 92
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Sidney Mon-
crief tossed in 28 points and Marques
Johnson added 20 to lead the Milwaukee
Bucks to a 102-92 National Basketball
Association victory last night over the
Portland Trail Blazers.
Junior Bridgeman added 13 points
and Steve Mix 12 for the Bucks while
Jim Paxson led the Blazers with 22
points.
Baxson and Calvin Natt scored nine
points apiece in the first quarter as the

116-110
Trail Blazers, scoring 11 consecutive
points over one stretch, grabbed a 22-19
lead.
But Mix came off the bench and sank
three shots in a row to help the Bucks to
a 39-28 lead. Milwaukee held Portland
to three field goals in the first 5%/2
minutes of the second quarter and led
49-43 at halftime.
Bullets 104,
Rockets 100
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - Don
Collins scored 10 of his 17 points and
Jeff Ruland nine of his 19 in the fourth
quarter as the Washington Bullets
rallied to defeat the Houston Rockets
104-100 in a National Basketball
Association game last night.
The Rockets, who have lost eight in a
row on the road and whose away record
of 2-22 is the worst in the NBA, pulled to
within 101-100 with 21 seconds
remaining on a field goal by Caldwell
Jones.
Washington's Ricky Sobers was
fouled away from the ball by Wally
Walker in the final seconds. He sank
the free throw, and after the Bullets
regained possessiondof the ball, Walke
fouled Sobers again and he made both
attempts from the foul line with four
seconds left.

4

Illini upset
Illinois' George Montgomery drives for the basket against Northwestern's
Gaddis Rathel (33) last night in Chicago. Northwestern upset the Illini 58-55.

Hoosier victory
Indiana center Uwe Blab (33) pressures Minnesota's 7-3 Randy Breuer under
the basket during first half action in last night's Big 10 game. Indiana won
63-59.
L.A. Express signs

0

Ail-A meric
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tom Ram-
sey of UCLA, the NCAA's top quarter-
back in passing efficiency this past
season, signed a four-year contract
yesterday with the Los Angeles Ex-
press of the new United States Football
League.
No other terms of the contract were
announced at the press conference

an Ramsey
called to announce Ramsey's signing.
"TODAY'S SIGNING of Tom Ram-
sey should give the Los Angeles con -
munity a clear indication of the LA Ex-
press' strong commitment to build a
first-class professional football team,"
said Alan Harmon, president and co-
owner of the club. "Our coaches felt
that Tom was the most effective quar-
terback in college football last season . .
He should be a cornerstone of Express
football for many years to come."
Ramsey, named a second-team All
American this season, was the most
valuable player in UCLA's Rose Bowl
victory over Michigan last month.
UCLA's starting quarterback for most
of the last three seasons, Ramsey led
the Bruins to a 10-1-1 record this past
season, including the 24-14 victory in
the Rose Bowl.
Ramsey was a fifth-round draft selec-
tin of the Express, which opens its first
season March 6.
Ramsey completed 209 of 366 passe
for 2,986 yards and was intercepted just
10 times this season.
SCORES
College Basketball

Ramse v

... Sighs with USFL Indiana 63, Minnesota 59
lowa 55, Purdue 46
Northwestern 58, Illinois 55
COMPUTERNorth Carolina 64. Virginia 63
TERMINALS Holiy Cross 84, Manhattan 73
Colorado 75, Kansas 74
fCmonth Creighton 53, Illinois St.41
NBA
Milwaukee 102, Portland92
Cleveland 99, Indiana 95
RE*N A Washington 104, Houston 100
Philadelphia 116, Chicago 110
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