Jack Marin
American basketball player
Jack Marin
John Warren "Jack" Marin is a retired American professional basketball player. A 201 cm (6-foot, 7-inch) guard/forward from Duke University, Marin was named to the 1967 NBA All-Rookie Team and spent 11 seasons in the NBA (1966–1977), playing for the Baltimore Bullets, Houston Rockets, Buffalo Braves and Chicago Bulls. The left-handed Marin was a two-time All-Star and scored 12,541 points in his career.
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Hot To Turn Lukewarm Sex Into Red-Hot Sex
The Huffington Post - over 1 year
We all dream of finding that perfect someone to live happily ever after with. And many of us do find that someone. Everything feels right from how you fit together holding hands to how you make love. There is the excitement of the engagement, planning a wedding, honeymoon and finding a new home together. The sexual fire between a couple usually begins to simmer down once life has finally settled into the "happily ever after" part. Why is that? It's hard to wrap our head around this, but feeling love or closeness with someone does not always mean sexual desire. I highly recommend reading "The Erotic Mind: Unlocking the Inner Sources of Sexual Passion and Fulfillment" By Jack Morin, Ph.D (Harper and Collins). More...
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Insight: Inside the battle at Germany's Siemens
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Jens Hack, Maria Sheahan and Philipp Halstrick MUNICH/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Tension in the highest ranks of German engineering giant Siemens had been brewing for months when top managers gathered late last month to review the state of the business. The 166-year-old titan of German industry was having a horrible year, its image tarnished by pricey delays to offshore wind and high-speed train projects, and the closure of its solar thermal business, which had lost 1 billion euros. ...
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Duke Blue Devils Basketball: The Top 50 Players in School History - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Jack Marin was one the best scorers in Duke history. He was in the top 10 for Duke's all-time scorers when he graduated after four seasons. Marin averaged 15 points per game over his career, but he also averaged 8 rebounds per contest
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Thompson Memorial tips its hat to Killebrew - Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
Google News - over 5 years
Joe Washington, Jerry Kramer and Bobby Grich and Jack Marin are among the sports figures expected here for the Thompson Aug. 17-20. Although he would have dearly loved to attend a tournament dedicated to his friend Killebrew, Hall of Fame third baseman
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Around the World in 80 Cheeses - SecondAct
Google News - over 5 years
Be sure to visit the region's oldest artisan creamery, Vella's Cheese Company, for its authentic dry Jack; Marin French for its award-winning triple crème brie; and Bodega Goat Ranch for farm tours and cheesemaking lessons. Many wineries serve cheese
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Teen-made film premieres at Strand - knox.VillageSoup.com
Google News - over 5 years
The Julia's Gallery teens who worked on the film include key animators Declan Carlson, Leif Flynn and Patrick Beacham; assistant animators Hannah Lacasse, Jack Marin, Hannah Wills and Elena Lausten; actors Gracie Carias, Nick Greer and Chase Matteo;
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Remembering the 1971 Bucks: Landing Kareem required coin flip -- and NBA aid - Madison.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Jack Marin (24) last night after NBA playoff game at Milwaukee, April 29, 1971 in Milwaukee. Alcindor and his Milwaukee team won the third game of a best of seven series, 107-99. The tall center was his team?s top rebounder with 21
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES; He Whose Hand Shall Not Be Shaken
NYTimes - almost 9 years
Martin Brodeur glided past Sean Avery like a man preoccupied with what he was going to do with himself for the next two months until he could open up hockey's proverbial postseason cottage on the lake. Brodeur did not have time for frivolities, like shaking Avery's prehensile paw, which had clearly thrown Brodeur and the Devils out of sync -- in
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Sports of The Times; Does City With Everything Need a Five-Ring Circus?
NYTimes - about 12 years
WHAT a beautiful city. Lights blinking serenely, highways and rivers flowing, bridges on guard like giant eagles. And playgrounds, playgrounds everywhere. New York City is already on the map -- specifically, the huge permanent Panorama that takes up an entire gallery at the Queens Museum, displaying all 895,000 buildings in the five boroughs. The
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BASKETBALL; Licensing Deal Signed By Retired Players
NYTimes - over 12 years
The National Basketball Retired Players Association announced Wednesday that it had signed a new five-year licensing agreement with the N.B.A. that could be worth more than $5 million to the association. The agreement, which will roughly double the previous five-year deal that expired on Sept. 30, allows the N.B.A. to continue to use the names and
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PRO BASKETBALL; The Wild, Wild West, and Basketball, Too
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Mark Cuban, the 43-year-old owner of the Dallas Mavericks, and Joe Maloof, 46, the co-owner of the Sacramento Kings, teamed up for some brainless chitchat with a Dallas radio host on Thursday. Joe's brother, Gavin, 45, was supposed to take part in the pregame hype. But he had had a rough night. ''I was too busy playing poker until 3 a.m.,'' Gavin
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Number 24 Hangs It Up
NYTimes - over 21 years
On the night of April 18, 1984, they hung Bill Bradley's jersey, number 24, in the rafters of Madison Square Garden. Then the best basketball player in the United States Senate stepped forward and told the story of a successful lawyer he knew who enjoyed playing the trumpet more than lawyering. "For 10 years," Mr. Bradley said, "I played my trumpet
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NOTEBOOK; List of Added Starters May Make Final Cut
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: The National Basketball Association championship round is projected to begin the first week in June. Which two teams will be there? The National Basketball Association championship round is projected to begin the first week in June. Which two teams will be there? Unlike past years when it was usually the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles
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Memorable Night for Ewing, but More So for Bullets
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: The Knicks lost a thriller to the Baltimore - oops - the Washington Bullets tonight, 130-127. Patrick Ewing scored a career-high 45 points, but was called for goaltending against Bernard King with 33 seconds left, giving the Bullets a lead they didn't give up. The Knicks lost a thriller to the Baltimore - oops - the Washington Bullets
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IN THE NATION ; The Runoff Issue
NYTimes - almost 33 years
On June 27, 1982, H.M. (Mickey) Michaux won a Democratic Party primary in the Second District of North Carolina, carrying 44 percent of the vote. But Mr. Michaux, a black former U.S. Attorney, did not get the Democratic Congressional nomination. One white opponent, Tim Valentine, had 33 percent of the vote, and another, James Ramsey, took 23
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES; TRIPUCKA ASKS FOR BACKUP
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Kelly Tripucka says he doesn't take it personally that Bernard King has scored 128 points in three playoff games going into tonight's match between the Knicks and the Pistons. After all, Tripucka reasons, people have always told him basketball is a team game. At 6 feet 6 inches and playing small forward for Detroit, Tripucka has the major
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES; PEARL STILL GLITTERS
NYTimes - almost 34 years
Among the many nicknames Earl Monroe earned, the best known, of course, is the Pearl. But some former teammates greet him with, ''Puff o' Smoke.'' The name derived from his manner of appearing and disappearing on the basketball court and elsewhere. On the court, with his knobby knees and knobby elbows, and his twists, spins, fakes and jerks, he
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CAN MIND GAMES WIN GAMES?
NYTimes - about 34 years
IT was cold, cold, cold. In Cincinnati on Jan. 10 of last year, the day of the American Football Conference championship game between the Bengals and the San Diego Chargers, the temperature was nine degrees below zero and the wind-chill factor made it feel like 59 degrees below zero. It was colder than the inside of a meat freezer. A fan could hear
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SATURDAY NEWS QUIZ
NYTimes - over 34 years
Questions are based on news reports in The Times in the last week. Answers appear on page 54. Questions are based on news reports in The Times in the last week. Answers appear on page 54. 1. New coins like the one pictured above will be available around the world next month, but not in the country that is minting them. Explain. 2. A demonstration
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MARIN TESTS WITS IN POLITICAL ARENA
NYTimes - over 34 years
It was inevitable, particularly in North Carolina, where basketball is akin to religion, that the television commercials of the Congressional candidate Jack Marin would be virtually devoid of political content. After all, Marin's views on the issues were not what set him apart from the two other conservatives seeking the Republican nomination from
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jack Marin
    THIRTIES
  • 1980
    Age 35
    After retiring from the NBA, Marin entered Duke University Law School and graduated with his Juris Doctor in 1980.
    More Details Hide Details Presently (2006), he is a partner in the Richmond, Virginia-based law firm of Williams Mullen where he focuses his practice on sports law. He acts as outside counsel to the National Basketball Retired Players Association, and also represents basketball players performing abroad. Marin served for three years (1998–2000) as the executive director of the Celebrity Players Tour, a professional golf circuit for notable ex-pro athletes and entertainers. During his tenure, the tour grew from five to 15 events that support various charities around the country. He has been a playing member and has served on its board of directors.Marin is currently involved with the United States Marine Corps and Hope For The Warriors, a non-profit based out of Jacksonville, N.C. He teaches golf and other sports activities to United States Marines who have severely wounded in combat.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1971
    Age 26
    He led the NBA in free throw percentage during the 1971-72 NBA season.
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  • 1967
    Age 22
    A 201 cm (6-foot, 7-inch) guard/forward from Duke University, Marin was named to the 1967 NBA All-Rookie Team and spent 11 seasons in the NBA (1966–1977), playing for the Baltimore Bullets, Houston Rockets, Buffalo Braves and Chicago Bulls.
    More Details Hide Details The left-handed Marin was a two-time All-Star and scored 12,541 points in his career. He is perhaps most remembered for being traded to the Houston Rockets (along with future considerations) for Elvin Hayes.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1944
    Born
    Born on October 12, 1944.
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