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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 7, 1984
Bucks take out Pistons

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Sidney Mon-
crief scored seven points in a 15-2 spurt;
at the start of the fourth quarter last
night as the Milwaukee Bucks crushed
the Detroit Pistons 114-99 in the
National Basketball Association play.
At halftime, the Bucks retired center
Bob Lanier's uniform No. 16. Lanier
ended his NBA career last season after
14 years in the league, the last 4 with the
Bucks after they acquired him from
THE BUCKS trailed Detroit most of
the game, then pulled even late in the
third quarter which ended with the
teams tied 77-77.
Moncrief opened the fourth quarter

with two free throws. After teammate
Paul Pressey scored under the basket,
Moncrief completed a three-point play
for an 84-77 lead with 10:59 to go.
Isiah Thomas and Bill Laimbeer led'
Detroit with 20 points apiece and Dan
Roundfield added 14.
Dallas 112, New York 83
NEW YORK (AP) - Rolando
Blackman scored seven of his 18 points
as the Dallas Mavericks tallied the first
15 points of the second half and coasted
to a 112-83 National Basketball
Association victory over the New York
Knicks last night.

The Mavericks had a six-point advan-
tage at halftime after leading by as
many as 12 in the second period. But
Blackman, who shared team scoring
honors with Derek Harper, and Mark
Aguirre, who scored six of his 17 points
during the 15-0 spurt, carried Dallas to
a 64-43 lead with 7:17 left in the third
Louis Orr finally got New York's first
points at the 7:09 mark. Orr went on to
score 17 points in the quarter and
finished with 28, equalling his career
high that he established for New York
against Denver on Jan. 22, 1983.

Dutch Carter, however, was the only
other Knick in double figures, with 16
points. Jay Vincent and Dale Ellis had
15 and 14 points, respectively, for the
Washington 111, Indiana 106
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - Frank
Johnson scored two baskets in the final
39 seconds to seal Washington's 111-106
National Basketball Association vic-
tory over the Indiana Pacers last night
after the Bullets had blown a 13-point
third-quarter lead.
The triumph was the third straight
for the Bullets and their 11th in 13
games. Indiana has lost four in a row
and their last four on the road.
The Pacers rallied behind Steve
Stipanovich's 17 second-half points to
go ahead by one point twice in the final
quarter. Indiana pulled to within 105-103
with 1:33 remaining on a three-point
play by Herb Williams, who finished
with 22 points.
Johnson then scored with 39 seconds
left, and again with 25 seconds to play to
ensure Washington's eighth victory in
nine home games.
Cliff Robinson and Jeff Malone, star-
ting for injured teammates, scored
season high totals of 28 and 18 points for
the Bullets and Jeff Ruland added 27
for Washington.



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The Dallas Mavericks' Rolando Blackman shovels;
mings of the New York Knicks. Blackman had
Mavericks to victory.

a pass past Pat Cum-
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HOUSTON (AP) - The anticipated
signing by the Atlanta Braves of Bruce
Sutter seemed only a formality last
night as St. Louis all but gave up hope of
keeping their ace reliever who had
become a free agent.
Sutter arrived in Atlanta yesterday
afternoon, and the club confirmed that
he would speak with Braves owner Ted

Turner this morning. Sutter was joined,
in Atlanta by his two agents.
ONE SOURCE inside Turner Broad-
casting said there would be an announ-
cement at 10 a.m. EST today,
presumably of Sutter's signing, but the
Braves would not confirm that report.
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Sutter, 31, declared his free ageney
from the St. Louis Cardinals last
November and reportedly was offered
$7.5 million to $8 million over five years
by Braves owner Ted Turner.
WITH DEFERRED payments and
interest over a 30-year period, the con-
tract would eventually render about $48
million to the ace relief pitcher.
Sutter set a National League record
and tied the major league mark of Dim
Quisenberry with 45 saves for the Car-
dinals in 1984.
While the Sutter signing appeared at
hand, another Cy Young pitcher, Rick
Sutcliffe, still was taking offers. SutcLif-
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Chicago Cubs, as well as Kansas Ci y,
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