Calvin Natt
American basketball player
Calvin Natt
Calvin Leon Natt is a retired American professional basketball player. A 6'6" forward, Natt played at Northeast Louisiana University under coach Lenny Fant. After college, he played 11 NBA seasons, spending time with the New Jersey Nets, Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Nuggets, San Antonio Spurs, and Indiana Pacers. He represented the Nuggets in the 1985 NBA All-Star Game, and retired with 10,291 career points. He is the older brother of former NBA player Kenny Natt.
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Επίθεση και μόνο επίθεση - Sport 24
Google News - over 5 years
Το κενό του Vandaweghe που στο τέλος της χρονιάς πήγε με ανταλλαγή στους Blazers καλύφθηκε από την απόκτηση του Calvin Natt που έκανε την αντίθετη διαδρομή. Ο 28χρονος τότε γκαρντ έκανε την καλύτερη σεζόν της καριέρας του και έχοντας μέσο όρο 23.3
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Jon Teitel's "Coaching Greats" Series: UL Monroe's Mike Vining - CollegeHoopsnet.com
Google News - over 5 years
JT: In 1971 you became head coach at Bastrop (LA) High School, where Calvin Natt helped lead your team to a 35-1 record and a two-point win over McKinley for the 1975 4A state title. Could you tell at the time that Natt was going to become a star,
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The Astros are pushing to be have worst pro sports season ever in Texas - Fort Worth Star Telegram (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Cadillac Anderson was on the roster as were Keith Smart, Vernon Maxwell, Calvin Natt and a host of other guys coach Larry Brown loved and eventually ran off. The next season, Uwe Blab hit the roster and the Spurs reached the West Finals
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The History of the Portland Trail Blazers: The Transition Era - Blazer's Edge
Google News - over 5 years
The first major move of the 1984 off-season came on June 7th when the Blazers traded high(-ish) scoring forward Calvin Natt, center Wayne Cooper, point guard Fat Lever, a 1985 first-round pick, and a 1984 second-round pick to Denver for one of the best
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The History of the Portland Trail Blazers: The Post-Championship Era - Blazer's Edge
Google News - over 5 years
In February Portland would further shuffle the lineup, sending Maurice Lucas and two first-round draft picks to New Jersey for power forward Calvin Natt. Though Natt played only 25 games for the Blazers that year he averaged over 20 points in those
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OFF THE DRIBBLE
NYTimes - about 10 years
A Losing Proposition The Celtics lost their 14th straight game Friday in what some are suggesting may be a run for Ohio State center Greg Oden. Having been 12-20 on Jan. 5, the Celtics are now 12-34 with only the Grizzlies having a worse record. The 1996-97 team endured losing streaks of 13, 8 and 10 games in what may have been an attempt to get
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Deals
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: BASEBALL MINNESOTA (AL) - Agreed to terms with Kirby Puckett, outfielder, on a three-year contract. SENIOR PRO BASEBALL WINTER HAVEN - Announced the retirement of Cecil Cooper, first basemen-designated hitter. BASKETBALL NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION - Fined Charles Barkley, Philadelphia forward, $5,000 for verbal abuse of a referee and
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: BASKETBALL ALTANTA (NBA) - Waived Duane Ferrell and Mitch McMullen, forwards, and Haywoode Workman, guard. BOSTON (NBA) - Placed Michael Smith, forward, on the injured list. CLEVELAND (NBA) - Placed Larry Nance and Chris Dudley, forwards, and Brad Daugherty, center, on the injured list. BASKETBALL ALTANTA (NBA) - Waived Duane Ferrell and
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NBA '89-90; Trading Places
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: The new players for each team, and how they were acquired (r-rookie; t-trade; fa-free agent; e-expansion draft): Atlanta Hawks: Roy Marble (r), Aleksandr Volkov (r), Haywoode Workman (r) Boston Celtics: Michael Smith (r), John Bagley (t) Charlotte Hornets: Stuart Gray (t), J.R. The new players for each team, and how they were acquired
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A Question Mark for Vandeweghe
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: During the almost seven months it took Al Bianchi to pry Kiki Vandeweghe loose from the Portland Trail Blazers, the Knicks' general manager was continually asked why Vandeweghe was needed since the Knicks were doing so well. During the almost seven months it took Al Bianchi to pry Kiki Vandeweghe loose from the Portland Trail Blazers, the
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Transactions
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: THURSDAY Baseball THURSDAY Baseball BALTIMORE (AL) - Named Mike Young manager of the Bluefield affiliate in the Appalachian League. CALIFORNIA (AL) - Agreed to terms with Stu Cliburn, pitcher, on a one-year contract. DETROIT (AL) - Agreed to terms with Dwayne Murphy and Gary Pettis, outfielders, on one-year contracts. KANSAS CITY (AL) -
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Hornets Beat Jazz At Buzzer
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Kurt Rambis grabbed a loose ball under the Charlotte basket and banked it in at the buzzer tonight to give the Hornets an 89-88 victory over the Utah Jazz. Kurt Rambis grabbed a loose ball under the Charlotte basket and banked it in at the buzzer tonight to give the Hornets an 89-88 victory over the Utah Jazz. Utah had gone in front, 88-87,
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SPORTS PEOPLE: BASKETBALL; Search for a Nugget
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: The Denver Nuggets, third in the National Basketball Association's Midwest Divison, are considering a trade for an aggressive forward, Pete Babcock, president of the team, said yesterday. He said repeated injuries had created the ''most unstable situation'' he has encountered during a 14-year career in the National Basketball Association, the
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Lakers Beginning Road in Bid to Repeat
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: With the regular season over and the playoffs about to begin, it is time to answer the question that has been asked since last June: can the Los Angeles Lakers become the first team since the 1969 Boston Celtics to win successive National Basketball Association championships? With the regular season over and the playoffs about to begin, it is
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Campaign '88: Lever a Winner
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: Lafayette Lever averaged 18.9 points a game last season, had 654 assists, 729 rebounds, 201 steals, made only 167 turnovers and led the league in triple doubles with 16. Lafayette Lever averaged 18.9 points a game last season, had 654 assists, 729 rebounds, 201 steals, made only 167 turnovers and led the league in triple doubles with 16. His
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SPORTS PEOPLE; Nuggets' Natt Arrested
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: Calvin Natt of the Denver Nuggets was one of about 60 people arrested in a police ''sting'' operation in Aurora, Colo., that used an escort service to draw sexual solicitations, the police said yesterday. Natt, 31 years old, was arrested Jan. 15, according to Mary Schumacher, a spokeswoman for the Aurora police. Calvin Natt of the Denver
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NBA; Lakers Own the West, but East May Be Wide Open
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: The following analysis of the National Basketball Association teams was prepared and written by Sam Goldaper. The following analysis of the National Basketball Association teams was prepared and written by Sam Goldaper. BILL RUSSELL is back in coaching. So are Del Harris and Gene Shue. John MacLeod is coaching the Dallas Mavericks instead of
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SPORTS PEOPLE; Natt Is Burned
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Calvin Natt, the Denver Nuggets' forward, was treated at Rose Medical Center in Denver last night for burns received in a grease fire at his home Thursday, a team spokesman said. Calvin Natt, the Denver Nuggets' forward, was treated at Rose Medical Center in Denver last night for burns received in a grease fire at his home Thursday, a team
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THE N.B.A. AT MIDSEASON; SOME OF THE BEST STAYED ON SIDELINES
NYTimes - about 30 years
LEAD: A frequent caller to local newspapers and radio shows is someone who identifies himself as Steve, the Buck man. A frequent caller to local newspapers and radio shows is someone who identifies himself as Steve, the Buck man. During the offseason, Steve, an ardent Milwaukee Buck fan, asked - somewhat rhetorically - whether the acquisition of
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Calvin Natt
    TWENTIES
  • 1985
    Age 28
    He represented the Nuggets in the 1985 NBA All-Star Game, and retired with 10,291 career points.
    More Details Hide Details He is the older brother of former NBA player Kenny Natt. Calvin Natt later became an ordained minister. He owns a funeral home in Denver, Colorado.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1957
    Age 0
    Born on January 8, 1957.
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