Askia Jones
American basketball player
Askia Jones
Askia Rahman Jones is an American professional basketball player. A 6'5" shooting guard, Jones was never drafted by a National Basketball Association team, but did manage to play in 11 games for the Minnesota Timberwolves, averaging 4.1 points a game.
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Στα χνάρια του μπαμπά - Sport 24
Google News - over 5 years
... Ed και Danny Manning, Ernie και Kiki Vandeweghe, Ron και Ronnie Brewer, Wali και Askia Jones, Press και Pete Maravich, Al και Allie McGuire, Butch και Jan Van Brenda Kolf, Milt και Dajuan Wagner, Scott και Sean May, Patrick και Patrick Jr. Ewing,
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Vásquez será quinto NBA en defender al país - El Tiempo.com.ve
Google News - over 5 years
El también nacionalizado Askia Jones, nativo de Filadelfia, quien jugó con los Timberwolves de Minnesota en la zafra 1994-1995, emuló a Keeling y se convirtió en el cuarto basquetero en vestir el uniforme vinotinto con experiencia previa en la liga
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; 61-Point Game For a Sun Devil
NYTimes - about 17 years
When the game finally ended after the second overtime, Eddie House went off on a celebratory halfcourt sprint. He tugged at his jersey, thumped his chest and shouted at anyone who would listen. House had just matched a Pacific-10 record, scoring 61 points in leading Arizona State to a 111-108 victory over California on Saturday night. House is the
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NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT; Villanova Turns It Around to Claim Title
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Villanova buried itself under an avalanche of bad 3-point shots in the first half of the National Invitation Tournament championship game last night. Then, in the second half, the Wildcats used them to dig their way out. After hitting only 2 of 12 3-point attempts in the first half, Villanova (20-12) hit 8 of 12 in the second half to rally and beat
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N.I.T.; Siena Tops Tulane to Gain Quarterfinal
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Siena 89, Tulane 79 Doremus Bennerman scored 33 points for the second straight game, leading Siena to an 89-79 victory last night over Tulane in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament at Albany. Siena (23-7) reached the quarterfinals of the N.I.T. for the second time since 1991. It advances to play Bradley, which defeated Old
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; No. 3 Missouri Survives First-Round Scare
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Big Eight Missouri 64, Colorado 62: Paul O'Liney made two free throws with less than a second left, lifting third-ranked Missouri over Colorado, 64-62, yesterday in the first round of the Big Eight tournament in Kansas City. It was the 19th straight Big Eight victory for Missouri (25-2), which probably clinched a No. 1 seed in the coming National
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BASKETBALL; Kansas Gets to Top, but Falls
NYTimes - about 23 years
Kansas State 68, Kansas 64 Anthony Beane hit a floating one-hander from the lane with 12 seconds left, lifting Kansas State past No. 1 Kansas, 68-64, at Lawrence, Kansas, last night, barely 12 hours after the Jayhawks ascended to the top ranking. Beane broke a 64-64 tie with the basket, penetrating the defense and pulling up for the shot. He then
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; After Vanderbilt Finally Wakes Up, Alabama Is Shown the S.E.C. Door
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Southeastern Conference Vanderbilt 76, Alabama 59: Vanderbilt, the top-seeded team in the Southeastern Conference, opened its tournament showing with a 76-59 quarterfinal victory over Alabama yesterday in Lexington, Ky. The Commodores (26-4), ranked fifth in the Associated Press poll, led by only 31-27 at halftime. But a 26-8 run gave them a
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: N.I.T.; Turn Out the Lights, Party's Over for 'Nova
NYTimes - almost 25 years
Bryant Stith scored 29 points and Junior Burrough 22 as Virginia held off a late Villanova rally for an 83-80 first-round National Invitation Tournament victory tonight. A pair of 3-pointers by Chris Walker in the last 16 seconds brought the Wildcats to 83-80. Villanova stole the inbounds pass and Lance Miller tried to score in the lane, but was
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BASKETBALL; Missouri Encounters Misery in Visit to Kansas State
NYTimes - almost 25 years
Wylie Howard sank two free throws with 35 seconds left today and Gaylon Nickerson blocked Anthony Peeler's short jumper with just four seconds on the clock as Kansas State downed No. 6 Missouri, 73-69. Peeler, who finished with 23 points, made a driving basket to tie the score at 69-69 after Vincent Jackson had given Kansas State a 2-point lead.
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; Irish Shock U.C.L.A. One More Time
NYTimes - about 25 years
U.C.L.A., ranked second in the nation and enjoying its best season in a decade, scored just 1 point in the final 2 minutes 10 seconds and was upset by the Fighting Irish. Daimon Sweet scored 25 points and LaPhonso Ellis had 22 for Notre Dame (11-11), which has won four straight at home over the years against the Bruins (21-2). "The season is just
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; Nebraska Buzzer-Beater Upends No. 3 Kansas
NYTimes - about 25 years
Nebraska is becoming a Big Eight giant-killer at home. Jamar Johnson hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer tonight that gave the Cornhuskers an 81-79 upset of Kansas, ranked No. 3 by The Associated Press. Two weeks ago, Nebraska handed Oklahoma State its first loss of the season at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. A sellout crowd of 14,538 swept onto the
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    TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 22
    The son of former National Basketball Association player Wali Jones, Jones, after brief spell with the Minnesota Timberwolves in 1994–95, took his game to Venezuela, Brazil, Indonesia, the Philippines, Portugal, Cyprus and Spain, in a professional career spanning almost two decades.
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    His scoring prowess was demonstrated on March 24, 1994, when he scored 62 points against Fresno State University in the 1994 NIT quarterfinals, the second-highest postseason scoring total in college basketball history.
    More Details Hide Details The 14 three-point field goals scored by Jones in that game are a postseason record.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born in 1971.
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