Junior Bridgeman
American basketball player
Junior Bridgeman
Ulysses Lee "Junior" Bridgeman is a retired American basketball player. Born in East Chicago, Indiana, Bridgeman was a member of the 1971 East Chicago Washington High School Senators basketball team, which went undefeated (29-0) and won the Indiana state high school basketball championship. Among his teammates were his brother Sam, Pete Trgovich (who played at UCLA) and Tim Stoddard, who would go on to have success as a Major League Baseball pitcher.
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Wendy's in Push to Sell Outlets
Wall Street Journal - over 3 years
Wendy's sold 30 restaurants in the St. Louis market to a partnership headed by former NBA player Junior Bridgeman and current player Chauncey Billups.
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Moncrief, most aristocratic Buck, back on Milwaukee bench - NBA.com
Google News - over 5 years
For folks in other markets, amid a sports glut that makes it hard to remember just who won what title when, those Milwaukee teams of Moncrief, Marques Johnson, Bob Lanier, Junior Bridgeman, Terry Cummings, Ricky Pierce, coach Don Nelson and dozens of
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Businessman Bridgeman offers unique view on labor tiff - NBA.com
Google News - over 5 years
Junior Bridgeman took over union chores from Bob Lanier in 1985, serving three years. "It's appreciated that they would say that," the former Milwaukee Bucks' swingman said. "A lot of times guys who laid the groundwork -- Heinsohn, Oscar, [Wes] Unseld,
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Charlotte Bobcats Head Coach Paul Silas Selected For 2012 Missouri Valley ... - SportsPageMagazine.com
Google News - over 5 years
Crum joins one of his greatest players Junior Bridgeman -- two-time MVC Player of the Year and a key member of the 1975 Final Four team -- in the MVC Hall of Fame. Bridgeman was inducted in 2009. His teams posted at least 21 victories in each season in
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Blast from the Past: Wheeling and Dealing - Cavs.com
Google News - over 5 years
May, 1974 – The Lakers send center Jim Chones to the Cavaliers for 1975 first-rounder (Junior Bridgeman). After averaging 15.3 ppg in five years with the Cavaliers, Chones is dealt back to the Lakers in October, 1979 in exchange for Dave Robisch and a
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Best NBA players from the University of Louisville - Yahoo! Sports
Google News - over 5 years
Junior Bridgeman averaged 15.5 points and 7.6 rebounds per game at Louisville from 1973 to 1975. He was the taken with the 8th overall pick in the 1975 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers, and was soon traded to the Milwaukee Bucks as part of the
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Updating the educational beat - ThirdCoast Digest
Google News - over 5 years
MCP was founded 15 years ago by Ron and Micky Sadoff and Junior Bridgeman, and since then the charter school has regularly met its goals and exceeded the state average test scores in 2010. These achievements are met by having students develop personal
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Original Old School: Reverence - SLAM Online
Google News - over 5 years
In Milwaukee, seeing guys like Sidney Moncrief and Junior Bridgeman up close was the bomb. They were like big brothers, setting new boundaries, with everything—their careers, politics, business, families. They were great players who were looking
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30 SECONDS WITH EARL MONROE; Another Groove For the Pearl
NYTimes - about 6 years
In 1971, Earl Monroe was traded to the Knicks from the Baltimore Bullets, now the Washington Wizards. A flashy ball handler known as the Pearl, he joined Walt Frazier to form one of the most talented backcourts in N.B.A. history. They helped lead the Knicks to the championship in 1973. Monroe, whose No. 15 jersey was retired by the team in 1986,
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BackTalk; Deserting the Post: A League Turns Soft in the Middle
NYTimes - about 12 years
When I read about the trade that sent Shaquille O'Neal to the Miami Heat from the Los Angeles Lakers last summer, I flashed back to the night of Oct. 3, 1974. I was the general manager of the Milwaukee Bucks, and that was the night Kareem Abdul-Jabbar asked to be traded. Like O'Neal today, Abdul-Jabbar was the most dominant center in the game. He
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INSIDE THE N.B.A.; Nets' Trade for Carter Gambles on His Health
NYTimes - about 12 years
Darrall Imhoff. Junior Bridgeman. Lamar Odom. Steve Francis. Eric Williams. As much as enablers, they are answers. When a team trades a superstar -- Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O'Neal, Tracy McGrady, Vince Carter -- does it get value in return? Rob Babcock, the first-year general manager of the Toronto Raptors, will have to
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MARIJUANA AND PRO BASKETBALL -- A special report.; N.B.A.'s Uncontrolled Substance.
NYTimes - over 19 years
Contrary to the wholesome image marketed by the National Basketball Association, 60 to 70 percent of its 350-plus players smoke marijuana and drink excessively, according to conversations with more than two dozen players, former players, agents and basketball executives. ''If they tested for pot, there would be no league,'' said Richard Dumas, the
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Sports of The Times; The Science Of Finding A Sleeper
NYTimes - over 25 years
ONE of the most talented players eligible for the National Basketball Association draft, possibly, is on the loose -- after having gone unclaimed, unsigned, and largely unnoticed. His name is Jerome Harmon, a 6-foot-3 1/2-inch guard from Louisville, and one man in particular, Rich Steinlauf, finds it remarkable that Harmon's still fancy-free.
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Look Who's Talking
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Atlanta Hawks Kevin Loughery, Mike Glenn. Boston Celtics: Bob Cousy, Tommy Heinsohn. Chicago Bulls: Johnny Kerr, Junior Bridgeman. Cleveland Cavaliers Jim Chones. Denver Nuggets: Dan Issel. Detroit Pistons: Dick Motta. Golden State Warriors: Jim Barnett. Atlanta Hawks Kevin Loughery, Mike Glenn. Boston Celtics: Bob Cousy, Tommy Heinsohn.
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NOTEBOOK; For the Knicks, Leading Division Is a Rare Feat
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: The Knicks are in first place in the Atlantic Division. It's a strange occurrence, considering that in the 43-year history of the franchise they have only four divisional championships and two National Basketball Association titles - in 1970 and 1973. If the Knicks win the division, it would be their first divisional title since the 1970-71
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PRO BASKETBALL; STERN HOPES FOR TALKS DESPITE NEW UNION MOVE
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: David Stern, the commissioner of the National Basketball Association, today called the move by the players to decertify their union as their bargaining agent ''a strategem'' to step up pressure on the owners. David Stern, the commissioner of the National Basketball Association, today called the move by the players to decertify their union as
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Bucks to Retire Bridgeman Jersey
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: The Milwaukee Bucks will retire the uniform of Junior Bridgeman, who played in more games with the National Basketball Association team than any other player in its 20-year history. The Milwaukee Bucks will retire the uniform of Junior Bridgeman, who played in more games with the National Basketball Association team than any other player in
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