Norman Powell
Norman Powell
Norman Scott Powell is the son of Joan Blondell and George Barnes. He was adopted by his mother's second husband, Dick Powell, in February 1938. Norman is a television executive and produced such shows as Gunsmoke and The Big Valley. He produced episodes of the 2002-2003 season of the TV series 24 and the 2006 season of The Unit.
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DeRozan pours in 33 as Raptors hold off Knicks
Yahoo News - 4 months
DeMar DeRozan scored 33 points and added seven rebounds and four assists as the Raptors defeated the New York Knicks 118-107 in a back-and-forth battle in Toronto. With less than 30 seconds left DeRozan made a three-point play on a layup and a free throw to lift the hosts to a seven-point lead in a game that had seen 27 lead changes and 20 ties. Norman Powell scored 19 points and Kyle Lowry added 16 for the Raptors, who have won two straight.
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Raptors top Pacers to take series lead
Yahoo News - 10 months
(The Sports Xchange) - Dwane Casey's decision to go with a mixed-bag group on the floor in the fourth quarter paid off on Tuesday as the Toronto Raptors erased a 13-point deficit to defeat the Indiana Pacers 102-99. With the win, the Raptors take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference first-round playoff series. A group, which included Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan, Bismac Biyombo and Norman Powell, helped Toronto battle back from a 90-77 third-quarter hole to tie the game 92-92.
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Raptors Earn 12th Straight Win Over 76ers, 122-98
NYTimes - 11 months
Rookie Norman Powell had 18 points and Jonas Valanciunas had 17 more and 11 rebounds as the Toronto Raptors beat the Philadelphia 76ers for the 12th straight time,122-98 on Tuesday night.
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UCLA's Kevon Looney, Norman Powell to attend NBA combine
LATimes - almost 2 years
While the NBA combine won't feature two of the top-ranked players in this year's draft class -- Karl-Anthony Towns (Kentucky) and Jahlil Okafer (Duke) -- UCLA will be well represented with both Kevon Looney and Norman Powell attending the event in Chicago May 12-17.
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UCLA can't shoot way out of trouble, loses to Gonzaga in NCAA Sweet 16
LATimes - almost 2 years
 Exactly 38 minutes had passed since UCLA's season ended, and Norman Powell sat at a locker, not yet ready to take off the uniform he had worn for four years.
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Duke, Gonzaga advance to the Elite Eight
Houston Chronicle - almost 2 years
Local players in 2015 men's Sweet 16 Houston native Justise Winslow, a former St. John’s star, scored 21 points in his homecoming to lead Duke to a 63-57 victory over Utah in the NCAA South Regional semifinal Friday at NRG Stadium. Duke will face Gonzaga in the regional final on Sunday for a Final Four berth. No. 2 Gonzaga 74, No. 11 UCLA 62 After Gonzaga’s Przemek Karnowski scored six consecutive points early in the second half against UCLA in NRG Stadium on Friday night, he turned upcourt and let out a howl heard on Loop 610. In truth, neither team had much to yell about over 40 minutes of an overall unsightly contest, but in the end second-seeded Gonzaga out-uglied 11th-seeded UCLA 74-62 in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament’s South Regional. The Bulldogs, in only their second trip to the Elite Eight in 17 consecutive NCAA Tournament appea ...
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NCAA Tournament Game Capsules
Fox News - almost 2 years
Louisville, KY (SportsNetwork.com) - The UCLA Bruins will play in the Sweet 16 for the second straight year after beating the UAB Blazers 92-75 in an NCAA Tournament South Region battle. Tony Parker had 28 points on 11-of-14 shooting, pulled down 12 rebounds and blocked three shots for the 11th-seeded Bruins (22-13), who were coming off a controversial 60-59 victory over sixth-seeded SMU on Thursday on a much talked-about goaltending call. Parker only had three points in the win over the Mustangs. Bryce Alford added 22 points and five assists for UCLA, which lost to Florida in the Sweet 16 last year. Norman Powell and Isaac Hamilton tallied 15 and 13 points, respectively, while Kevon Looney contributed 10 points and 11 boards. The Bruins dominated points in the paint, 52-22, and will play either Gonzaga or Iowa in the Sweet 16 in Houston. Robert Brown ended with 25 points for the 14th-seeded ...
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Norman Powell provides spark for UCLA against USC
LATimes - about 3 years
The guard scores 17 points in the second half to finish with a season-high 21 and help the Bruins turn things around against the Trojans. There are games when UCLA guard Norman Powell becomes an ignition switch. The Bruins' game Saturday night against USC was one of those times.
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Norman Powell does an inside job for UCLA on the road
LATimes - about 3 years
Junior guard scores 17 points to help Bruins beat Oregon on Thursday, including 15 on free throws or from within inches of the rim by driving to the basket. Life is a little harder on the road.
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UCLA Basketball News Roundup of an Ugly Win Over Oregon
Bruins Nation - about 3 years
Great offenses? No, but some very good individual efforts by the Bruins. The ugly victory over Oregon was a win by a collection of individual players exerting their wills.  Even the winning shot was not a play but really an individual taking advantage of an opportunity.   Let's start with the dramatic last second shot. Travis Wear didn't really have time to think. "It fell in my hands and I knew we only had a few seconds left so I put it up," he said. His putback with 5.3 seconds to go gave UCLA a 70-68 victory over slumping Oregon on Thursday night. PAC 12 MVP candidate Kyle Anderson had one of his worst games as a Bruin but still was a key to the victory: Oregon pressured Kyle Anderson all night, and it resulted in the UCLA point guard tying a season-low in points. What the Ducks couldn't do was limit his contributions elsewhere. Anderson hit just one field goal in the Bruins' 70-68 road win, but made several key plays late in a game that see-sawed wi ...
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UCLA 76-UC Berkeley 64:Kyle Anderson Takes Over As Berkeley Goes 0 For LA
Bruins Nation - about 3 years
Recap of the Bruins 76-64 victory in their Pac-12 conference game against UC Berkeley. The Bruins saw their record move to 16-4 (5-2 in the Pac-12) after this 76-64 victory over UC Berkeley on Sunday evening, moving the Bruins into 2nd place in the Pac-12. This game started a little Wear-tastic for the Bruins as David and Travis scored 10 of UCLA's first 15 points, as well as contributing 6 rebounds in the first 7 minutes of the game. The starters got UCLA out to a 19-12 lead before the three bench members came into the game at the 12 minute mark. The Bears quickly went on a 5-0 run to make it a two point game at 19-17 halfway through the first half. A nice pass by Kyle Anderson on an alley-oop to David Wear and an equally nice dish by Bryce Alford to Zach Lavine for a 3-pointer got the lead back up to 7 at 24-17. David Wear continued his hot start to the game, getting up to 16 points for the game as the Bruins stretch the lead to 33-19 after a 9-2 run. Some back and ...
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What Could Have Been... Monitoring The Bruins That Were Pushed Away
Bruins Nation - about 3 years
Bumped. GO BRUINS. - BN Eds. A lot of Bruins defected from the UCLA basketball program in the second half of the Ben Howland era. There were a few that were forced out (e.g., J'Mison Morgan, Reeves Nelson), some that left the program for the NBA as soon as possible (e.g., Malcolm Lee, Tyler Honeycutt, etc...), and a larger number that transferred (e.g., Chace Stanback, Drew Gordon). As BN has noted many times in the past, a large pool of talented basketball players left the program during those years and had productive collegiate careers elsewhere. This is a mid-season look at the 2013-14 statistical output of four ex-UCLA basketball players who are still contributing to other college basketball programs. For the sake of comparison, I've included the statistics of a few current UCLA players who play the same positions. Forwards Player MPG PPG APG RPG BPG SPG Mike Moser 29.5 13.9 1.6 7.7 1.0 1.2 Brendan Lane 28.8 13.9 1.3 7.5 2.4 0.4 David Wear 21.7 7.0 0.5 4.1 0.2 0.9 Tra ...
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UCLA 69- Utah 74: The Alfords Disgrace the Four Letters
Bruins Nation - about 3 years
Recap of UCLA’s 69-74 loss to Utah in Salt Lake City. We are half way through January. Yet Dan Chianti Guerrero's $18 million head coach still hasn't registered a single quality win in his first season in Westwood. Steve Alford once again got outcoached in a game that mattered as the Bruins lose to Utah Utes in Salt Lake City. The final score was 69-74. Here is the box score. Bruins were coming off meaningless wins against a wounded Colorado team at Boulder and an NIT caliber Arizona State team at Pauley. They took on a inspired Utah team (14-4, 3-3), which is most likely headed towards the NIT but is a well-coach bunch under Larry Krystkowiak. The first half was our worst half of the year, and that's saying something because this team has played a lot of ugly basketball whenever it has taken on a decent team (we have had 3 of those games all season). Bruins looked listless and completely lost on both ends of the court. They only scored 26 points and were down by 10 at ...
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No. 25 UCLA Beats No. 21 Colorado 69-56
NYTimes - about 3 years
While many of his UCLA teammates struggled with their shooting touch, Norman Powell had little problem getting his shots to fall.     
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News Roundup of a UCLA Victory over ASU
Bruins Nation - about 3 years
Zach LaVine showed why he should be playing more minutes and (gulp) why the pros like him so much. He scored 15 points to fuel a 20-8 run that gave UCLA (13-3 overall, 2-1 in Pac-12 play) a 37-20 lead. The Sun Devils (13-4, 2-2) never recovered. "Zach has that explosiveness," Coach Steve Alford said. "He can stretch a defense with his shot or drive the ball well. He is so athletic that when gets in trouble, he can get himself out." It was an eclectic performance. LaVine scored from the perimeter, making three of three three-point shots. He scored off the dribble. He even provided a film-at-11 highlight with a windmill dunk. "If you can take your man, you take him," LaVine said. "Coach gives us the freedom to do that." While Zach's offense was an obvious key to the win, the defense was better in the stretch that blew the game open.  Throughout the game Norman Powell and Zach LaVine did a good job on Jahii Carson. Against the Bruins, ASU started with promise, ...
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UCLA-Arizona Preview
Bruins Nation - about 3 years
Bumped. GO BRUINS. - BN Eds. The #25 Bruins tip off against the #1, and undefeated, Arizona Wildcats at 6:05 PM PT tomorrow night at Pauley Pavilion. Guess What? The game will be televised on ESPN, and our favorite, Bill Walton will be doing the color. Let’s hope the Bruins give us something to tune in for besides Bill’s hilarious, but true, attacks on the regime. Weird scheduling by the PAC 12, again. We play our biggest rival exactly once this year, and like the JustSC game, it comes early in the league schedule. What are they thinking? Normally, I’d say this is the biggest game of the year, but there’s just so much season left. However, we don’t have a real statement win, and this would do it. We did beat them three times last year. In that first 83-74 win at Tucson, David Wear had 15 points and 8 rebounds (I feel like I must have the twins mixed up here). In the PAC 12 tournament, Jordan Adams was the best player on the court. I mention that for a reason. I ...
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2002
    Age 66
    Norman is a television executive and produced such shows as Gunsmoke and The Big Valley. He produced episodes of the 2002-2003 season of the TV series 24 and the 2006 season of The Unit.
    More Details Hide Details He produced the award winning documentary Brothers at War with director/producer Jake Rademacher and executive producers Gary Sinise and David Scantling. He has been nominated for two Emmy Awards; Outstanding Drama Series for 24 and Outstanding Limited Series for Washington: Behind Closed Doors as well as a Producers Guild of America Award for Producer of the Year in an Episodic Drama for 24
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1938
    Age 2
    He was adopted by his mother's second husband, Dick Powell, in February 1938.
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  • 1935
    Born
    Born on November 2, 1935.
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