Matt Othick
American basketball player
Matt Othick
Matthew Brian Othick (born March 16, 1969, in Clovis, New Mexico) is a retired American professional basketball player and an independent film producer.
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Lute Olson's recruits: Former Arizona Wildcats basketball players closing in ... - AZ Central.com
Google News - over 5 years
Matt Othick, $13000 ... Was not selected in the NBA Draft. He played for the Spurs during his NBA career (1992-93). He played four seasons at Arizona (1988-89 to 1991-92). Sources: I have kept this database for several years, with the main source of
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THEATER REVIEW | 'A BRONX TALE'; An Innocent Mentored By the Mob
NYTimes - over 9 years
Do you still hunger, night after night, for pasta with red sauce? Do you find yourself hankering for a turnpike tour of the construction sites, strip bars and McMansions of northern New Jersey? Do you continue to bore friends with musings on the meaning of that pointedly ambiguous visit to the diner? Should you answer any of those questions in the
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - over 21 years
Baseball American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES -- Announced Gene Harris, pitcher, refused an outright assignment and became a free agent. BOSTON RED SOX -- Declined to exercise their 1996 option on Rick Aguilera, pitcher. KANSAS CITY ROYALS -- Announced the retirement of Gene Mauch, bench coach. Fired Jeff Cox, third base coach. Named Tim Foli third
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NYTimes - over 22 years
Baseball American League TEXAS RANGERS -- Named Doug Melvin general manager. National League CHICAGO CUBS -- Named Ed Lynch general manager. Sent Todd Haney, infielder, Mike Maksudian, catcher-infielder, and Rafael Novoa, pitcher, outright to Iowa of the American Association. Activated Mike Morgan, pitcher, and Kevin Roberson, outfielder, from the
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NYTimes - about 24 years
Baseball American League CLEVELAND INDIANS -- Agreed to terms with Kenny Lofton, outfielder, on a four-year contract. MILWAUKEE BREWERS -- Named John Viney and Danny Garcia to their international scouting staff. National League FLORIDA MARLINS -- Agreed to terms with Chuck Carr, Jeff Conine, Carl Everett, Darrell Whitmore and Nigel Wilson,
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; U.S.C. Edges Arizona, 70-69, at Buzzer
NYTimes - almost 25 years
Rodney Chatman hit a 12-foot jumper as time expired to lift Southern Cal to a 70-69 victory over Arizona today, giving the Trojans a shot at the Pacific-10 title and avenging a 39-point loss to the Wildcats earlier this season. U.S.C. (23-5 over all, 15-3 in the conference) needed help from Arizona State, which played U.C.L.A. later Saturday, to
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: N.C.A.A. TOURNAMENT - WEST REGIONAL; Good Start For Pirates; Creighton Is Next
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Behind their hot-shooting guard, Terry Dehere, Seton Hall won its opening-round West Regional game today in the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament, overpowering Pepperdine by 71-51 at the Huntsman Center. Dehere, a 6-foot-4-inch sophomore from Jersey City, put in a variety of jumpers and driving shots, finishing with a game-high 26
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; Ohio State Is Handed First Loss by Mich. St.
NYTimes - about 26 years
Ohio State suffered its first loss of the season tonight as Steve Smith scored 26 points and Mark Montgomery added a career-high 17 to lead Michigan State to a 75-61 victory. The Big Ten Conference victory snapped Michigan State's losing streak at two games, while Ohio State (17-1, 7-1) lost its dream of an unbeaten season. Top-ranked University of
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Results Plus
NYTimes - about 26 years
N.B.A. Pistons Win 11th in a Row Joe Dumars made six foul shots in the last 1 minute 27 seconds of overtime last night, leading Detroit past the Houston Rockets, 97-91, and extending the Pistons' streak to a season-high 11 consecutive victories. Vinnie Johnson led Detroit with 18 points and Dennis Rodman had 16 points and 18 rebounds. The Pistons
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RESULTS PLUS
NYTimes - about 26 years
N.H.L. Sabres 10, Nordiques 3: Christian Ruuttu scored two goals last night, one on a short-handed breakaway, as Buffalo routed Quebec in a penalty-filled game in Buffalo. The Sabres, one of the National Hockey League's biggest disappointments this season, had their biggest scoring outburst of the season as they snapped a four-game home losing
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; L.S.U. Ends 7-0 Streak of No. 2 Arizona
NYTimes - about 26 years
Shaquille O'Neal had 29 points, 14 rebounds and 6 blocked shots to lead 18th-ranked Louisiana State to a 92-82 victory over second-ranked Arizona today. L.S.U.'s fourth consecutive victory boosted the Tigers' record to 4-1. Arizona suffered its first loss after opening with seven consecutive victories. It was the first game ever between the two
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; Spartans Tumble Again
NYTimes - about 26 years
Joe Moore scored 6 of his 23 points in a second-half surge tonight as Bowling Green upset Michigan State, 98-85. Moore, who also had 13 rebounds, scored on two consecutive layups to start the second half, triggering a 16-5 spurt for Bowling Green (3-0). Bowling Green's Tom Hall hit a six-foot baseline jumper and a free throw after being fouled by
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; Arizona Continues On Its Winning Way
NYTimes - over 26 years
With a smothering defense and balanced shooting led by Deron Johnson, a reserve who scored 14 points, Arizona defeated Western Illinois, 90-51, tonight. The taller Wildcats (5-0), fresh from winning the Dodge National Invitation Tournament championship over Arkansas, contested virtually every shot in holding the Leathernecks (0-2) to 32.2-percent
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Arizona Wins N.I.T. With No. 1 Performance
NYTimes - over 26 years
Just when his teammates thought that they'd seen him at his best, Chris Mills revealed yet another facet of his extraordinary talent yesterday. But unlike the riveting dunks and 3-point shooting that had characterized his play at Arizona this season, the 6-foot-6-inch sophomore forward used the private confines of the Wildcats locker room to
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; THE TOP 20
NYTimes - over 26 years
1. Arkansas Last Season 30-5, N.C.A.A. Final Four Key Returnees Todd Day, G-F, (19.5 ppg); Lee Mayberry, G, (14.5 ppg, 5.2 ast); Oliver Miller, C, (11.1 ppg, 6.3 reb); Ron Huery, G-F Promising Newcomers Isaiah Morris, F-C, j.c. transfer from San Jacinto (Tex.); Roosevelt Wallace, F, transfer from Virginia Union 2. Arizona Last Season 25-7, lost in
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College Basketball; Arizona Shuts Down Payton
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: Matt Muehlbach had 29 points and the Arizona defense stifled Oregon State's Gary Payton as the Wildcats beat the Beavers, 87-60, today to gain a share of the regular-season Pacific-10 title. Matt Muehlbach had 29 points and the Arizona defense stifled Oregon State's Gary Payton as the Wildcats beat the Beavers, 87-60, today to gain a share of
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; Arizona Trips Up Sooners by 78-74
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Sean Rooks and Jud Buechler scored 18 points each today as Arizona held off Oklahoma, 78-74, extending the nation's longest home-court winning streak to 41 games. Sean Rooks and Jud Buechler scored 18 points each today as Arizona held off Oklahoma, 78-74, extending the nation's longest home-court winning streak to 41 games. The loss was
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL; Michigan Is Beaten In Tipoff
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Shortly after the Michigan basketball team ended an hourlong workout Friday afternoon in preparation for its season opener with Arizona, Rumeal Robinson, the Wolverines' 6-foot-2-inch senior guard, spoke about the pressures of beginning the season as the defending national champion. Shortly after the Michigan basketball team ended an hourlong
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Matt Othick
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 39
    With his brother, Trent, Othick helped finance the scheduled 2009 Magnolia Pictures film Yonkers Joe, on which he is listed as an executive producer.
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  • 2008
    Age 38
    As of 2008, Othick is a Las Vegas and Del Mar, California-based land broker/investor.
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  • 2006
    Age 36
    In 2006, Othick was part of group developing a film based on the life of his former high school and college teammate, the late Bison Dele (then known as Brian Williams), who presumably died during a boat trip in 2002.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1998
    Age 28
    A 6'2" (1.88 m) 165 lb (75 kg) point guard, he went on to play with the Yakima Sun Kings in the CBA in 1998.
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  • 1992
    Age 22
    He went on to brief stint with the NBA's San Antonio Spurs in 1992, playing four games.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1989
    Age 19
    Matt Othick played basketball at the University of Arizona from 1989 to 1992.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Born
    Born in 1969.
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