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Former NBA player caught stealing

Orlando Woolridge was arrested for stealing the aluminum tubes at a drilling site - A former NBA player Orlando Woolridge was arrested for caught stealing aluminum tube at a drilling site in DeSoto, Parish, Los Angeles. According to the explanation of the Parish Chief Deputy Sheriff, Patrick Cobbs on Wednesday (24/2) members of the Parish deputies arrested 52-year-old man for allegedly stealing more than 1500 U.S. dollars. Woolridge who live in the Mansfield area and then released on bail of 2000 dollars. Woolridge has a height of 6.9 feet is never played for the Chicago Bulls in 1981 after he quit the team Notre Dame. From 1981 to 1994 Woolridge played basketball for several different teams. In the years 1987-1988 NBA season, Woolridge was arrested because of substance abuse cases. Woolridge retired from the NBA in 1994, but still played basketball for two consecutive years abroad. Woolridge even had a coach in the league the WNBA and is now training in ABA league. (Ary / kny)
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LA Lights 2012 Campus League Back Revolving

Good news for lovers of basketball in the country. Again held LA LA Lights Lights Campus League. Regular competitions were held since the year 2007 ago as a venue for college basketball player to channel their interests and talents. "Operation Campus LA Lights League is an initiative and our commitment to encouraging and exciting sport of basketball in this country by presenting exciting competition and full of achievement," said Maya Shintawati, Brand Manager of LA Lights. As the first title of the series opener Campus League 2012 LA Lights will take place in the city of Malang, East Java in 4 to 9 March 2012. "Seeing the increasing number of participants LA Lights Campus League 2012 in the city of Malang prime, we see that this competition must have been so eagerly awaited by the students / i in the whole city," said Bobby, LA Lights Campus Organizing Committee for the League since 2007. "In the spirit of bringing the name of the alma mater that is fully supported by its loyal fans, and the holding of which is packaged attractively and creatively to make LA Lights Campus League basketball proverbial party for the students," he added. In addition to the game, LA Lights Campus League 2012 also presents a 3 on 3 Competition, Exhibition Games, local band performances and Modern Dance Competition. Discover also some unique gimmick gimmick-out match up merchandise booths selling a variety of creative souvenir basketball typical child. LA Lights Campus League 2012 was held in a round robin format, starting with a regular round of matches to regional cities in Eastern Indonesia. Then the winner in the regular round of regional finals will compete in Eastern Indonesia precisely in the city of Surabaya on 16 to 21 April 2012
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Bulls Luol Deng outperform Bring Cleveland

Luol Deng is really a hero for his team Chicago Bulls Cleveland Cavaliers when confronted with the final status of 112-91. Deng scored 24 points in the game is then followed by Derrick Rose added 19 points and nine assists and Carlos Boozer collected 13 points and 11 rebounds to lead Chicago at the same time winning their fifth consecutive game. Antawn Jamison end the game by collecting 22 points and Ramon Sessions 16 points for Cleveland, but also to make special note of the experience kekalah Cleveland for the fourth time in a row. Cleveland appeared to be without Kyrie Irving, who was having virus attacks. Rose struck at the end of the second quarter when the Bulls lead to 12 points at halftime. Bulls bounce back in the third quarter by adding the figures for the numbers while the Cavaliers failed to add pressure to the opponent. Deng, from Sudan, doing three- pointers in the final minute of the third quarter so that the team winning 24 points at positions 94-70. (Ant / SYP)
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Williams 57 points for the Nets Bring Victory

Deron Williams scored 57 points and managed to bring the New Jersey Nets 104-101 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats, in a game on Sunday. The number of points scored by Williams was the most points in the history of the Nets and also the highest point of his career. "The coach (Avery Johnson) said that we would get a holiday on Monday if we win. Now I have time to play golf," Williams joked. Williams admitted that he once scored 50 points in a basketball game in Turkey, where he played while still having the NBA lock out. He was surprised by the fact that the Bobcats could not do much in the ball from him. "I should have kept the two men at play pick and roll," Williams said. "I should not be allowed to waltz away with it." (Ant / kny)
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