Kenny Anderson
American basketball player
Kenny Anderson
Kenneth "Kenny" Anderson is a retired American basketball player. After a college career at Georgia Institute of Technology, he played point guard professionally from 1991 to 2006, mostly in the National Basketball Association.
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Dennis Rodman Did Not Accept North Korean Money During Trip, According To His Agent
Huffington Post Sports - about 3 years
Dennis Rodman's agent says the former NBA star did not take any payment from the North Korean government during his trip this week to the country. Darren Prince says the North Korean government did not finance any part of the trip, adding that Irish betting company Paddy Power PLC covered expenses for Rodman and his team of former NBA players that included Charles D. Smith, Kenny Anderson and Cliff Robinson. NBA Commissioner David Stern told CNN this week that Rodman was influenced by "a flash of North Korean money" to stage an exhibition game in Pyongyang. Rodman apologized Thursday for comments he made in North Korea about a detained American missionary, saying he had been drinking and was under pressure as he organized the game. He also sang "Happy Birthday" to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the start of the friendly game.
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'Basketball Wives' Star Tami Roman -- Buries $800k Hatchet With Ex-Husband Kenny Anderson
American Superstar - over 4 years
"Basketball Wives" star Tami Roman and her former NBA-playing ex-husband have finally settled an $800,000 child support lawsuit after battling for almost NINE YEARS, TMZ has learned. Roman filed a lawsuit in New Jersey way back in 2005 against her…
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Lawsuit Filed over KSU Coach Job
Kennesaw Patch - almost 5 years
A former Georgia Tech assistant coach who says he was offered the head basketball coaching position at Kennesaw State last year but was later passed over has filed a lawsuit against the Georgia Board of Regents. Kevin Cantwell filed the suit Monday in Cobb County Superior Court, according to USA Today. Cantwell says KSU President Daniel Papp offered him the job Feb. 16, 2011, but said it couldn't be announced until coach Tony Ingle was fired after an 8-23 season. Cantwell quit a job in North Carolina and moved back into his family's vacant Marietta home next door to Papp, USA Today reported. The lawsuit says Cantwell was offered $340,000 in salary for himself and his staff, and he began to recruit players and assistants, including former Georgia Tech and NBA point guard Kenny Anderson. But on April 9, 2011, Cantwell says, Papp told him he wasn't going to be the coach. Later that month, Kennesaw State’s new athletic director, Vaughn Williams, made his first hire even befo ...
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Christie Gets Super Sulky About Nets Moving To Brooklyn
Huffington Post Sports - almost 5 years
NEWARK, N.J. -- Hours after Gov. Chris Christie bid the Brooklyn-bound team good riddance, the stars of the team's 35-year stay in the Garden State gathered at the team's final game to talk, laugh, share old memories and express some sadness the franchise is leaving for a new home. The typically blunt Christie kicked things off roughly four hours before the tipoff when he said he would shed no tears over the departure of the Nets, who lost their final home game 105-87 the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night. "My message to them is, goodbye," Christie said at an afternoon news conference at Newark Beth Israel Hospital where he signed a bill to promote organ and tissue donation. "You don't want to stay, we don't want you." The Nets have played the last two of their 35 years in New Jersey in Newark at the Prudential Center Arena, the high-tech home built by the city of Newark and the NHL's New Jersey Devils in 2007. The Nets' owners in the 1990s had sought to mo ...
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Last Chance to See the Nets Play in NJ
Belleville Patch - almost 5 years
WHAT: The 22-42 New Jersey Nets conclude 35 years of NBA hoops in the Garden State with their final home game, tonight, against the Philadelphia '76ers, the team they infamously traded Julius "Dr. J" Erving to pay off debts when they entered the NBA from the ABA in 1976-77. Star point guard Deron Williams and center Brook Lopez are hurt, they never got Dwight Howard in a trade and the seas was a bust, but it's the end of an era in New Jersey professional sports. WHERE: The Prudential Center, Newark  WHEN: 7:30 p.m. WHY: They're moving to the still-under-construction Barclays Center in Brooklyn, which they will call home. Despite their recent run of losing seasons, Jason Kidd, Kenyon Martin and Richard Jefferson led them to back-to-back appearances in the NBA Finals during their best seasons in New Jersey. DID YOU KNOW? The Nets played their first season, as the New Jersey Americans, during the 1967-68 season, at the Teaneck Armory. The moved the next year to the Commack Are ...
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Nets’ 35-Year Run In NJ Will End Monday
CBS New York - almost 5 years
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — For the past 45 years, Herb Turetzky has had the best seat in the house to watch the Nets play basketball. It was front row, center court. between the benches, every night. Turetzky, the team’s official scorer, has seen the Nets’ glory days of Julius Erving and the ABA in the opening decade mostly on Long Island to the team’s sometimes laughable struggles in NBA over the last 35 years in New Jersey, whether it be Piscataway, East Rutherford or the team’s current home at the Prudential Center in Newark. The New Jersey chapter will end for all practical purposes Monday night against the Philadelphia 76ers. It will be the Nets’ final home game before a move next season to Brooklyn and the new Barclays Center. The official close to the season will be on Thursday night in Toronto, and of course it will cap a fifth straight non-playoff season. “If there is one word that describes this team’s time in New Jersey, it’s misfortune,” said Turetzky, who will work his ...
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George Groves fight with Kenny Anderson called off
Daily Mail (UK) - almost 5 years
British super-middleweight champion <a class="fplink fp-449761" href="/George+Groves+1">George Groves</a> has been forced to withdraw from his title defence against <a class="fplink fp-552522" href="/Kenny+Anderson+1">Kenny Anderson</a> on Friday due to medical reasons.
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George Groves to fight Kenny Anderson at Wembley
Daily Mail (UK) - about 5 years
<a class="fplink fp-449761" href="/george+groves+boxer">George Groves</a> will defend his British super-middleweight title against <a class="fplink fp-552522" href="/kenny+anderson">Kenny Anderson</a> on March 16 at Wembley Arena. The pair met previously with Groves winning by knockout.
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Anderson looking for George Groves rematch
The Clitheroe Advertiser and Tim - about 5 years
PROLIFIC boxer <a class="fplink fp-552522" href="/kenny+anderson">Kenny Anderson</a> is edging closer to a rematch with British number two super-middleweight <a class="fplink fp-449761" href="/george+groves+boxer">George Groves</a>.
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Will Kenny Anderson be left out in the cold? - BoxRec News
Google News - over 5 years
Of all the onlookers from this development, the most nervous must be Edinburgh&#39;s Kenny Anderson who is itching to get Groves back in the ring. The Anderson fight was the big test in Groves&#39; career. He got the win and showed immense bravery yet the
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King Creosote & Jon Hopkins, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London - Financial Times
Google News - over 5 years
In his melancholy way, though, Scottish indie-folk maestro Kenny Anderson, who uses this title as his stage name, is quietly majestic. Last week was a good one in his self-effacing realm. According to the bookies, he started it by nearly pipping PJ
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Former NBA star Kenny Anderson finds his calling at a small, Jewish school in ... - Sacramento Bee
Google News - over 5 years
Kenny Anderson stands in the hallway of Davie&#39;s David Posnack Jewish Day School, surrounded by a few dozen high school students, wearing backpacks and kippahs, who take photos of the former NBA All-Star. Seemingly every one of Posnack&#39;s 138 students
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Kenny Anderson Endorses New Basketball Training Device - SLAM Online
Google News - over 5 years
Via the Picket Public Relations Group: “Kenny Anderson, former NBA player and all-star has been tapped to represent a new age basketball dribbling and shot blocking machine. Blockoman is a robotic, human-like device designed to improve the skills of
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Kenny Anderson starts small on quest to coach basketball - Sun-Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
DAVIE — Kenny Anderson stands in the hallway of Davie&#39;s David Posnack Jewish Day School, surrounded by aa few dozen high school students, wearing backpacks and kippahs, who take photos of the former NBA All-Star
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Jewish High School in Florida Names Former NBA Player Kenny Anderson Coach - Bloomberg
Google News - over 5 years
Former NBA point guard Kenny Anderson attends Game Four of the 2009 NBA Finals in Orlando, Florida. Former NBA point guard Kenny Anderson attends Game Four of the 2009 NBA Finals in Orlando, Florida
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Basketball: Hoops legend Kenny Anderson to coach at Posnack Day in Davie - Palm Beach Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
New York City hoops legend Kenny Anderson is joining the high school coaching ranks in Broward County. Anderson, 40, surprised Davie&#39;s Posnack Day School with his interest in the head basketball coaching position, telling the school he
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Public Relations Becomes a Concern When N.B.A. Millionaires Spar
NYTimes - over 5 years
N.B.A. players make a lot of money, but they spend a lot of money, and when times are tough, they might sell their luxury cars. We know this because they said it, 13 years ago, when a prolonged labor dispute forced the N.B.A. into hibernation and forced hundreds of players to contemplate life without seven-figure paychecks. The 204-day lockout in
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