Durant at rucker park: Watch Kevin Durant put up 66 in legendary summer run at Rucker Park
Watch Kevin Durant put up 66 in legendary summer run at Rucker Park
A decade ago, Kevin Durant unleashed beast mode and gave local New Yorkers a highlight reel for the ages at the “mecca” of basketball, Rucker Park.
Maybe Kevin Durant was meant to be in New York from the beginning.
During the 2011 NBA lockout, the current Brooklyn Nets star toured different parks in New York to shoot some hoops and have fun. After all, who wouldn’t want the (at the time) reigning scoring NBA champion on their team?
His performance at Harlem’s Rucker Park, however, was something extra special. Rucker Park was famous for pickup games that included Wilt Chamberlain, Julius Erving, Allen Iverson, and Kobe Bryant. Before New York basketball fans saw the greats play in Madison Square Garden, they witnessed their blood, sweat, and tears in Rucker Park first, where it all started.
Like any public court, Rucker Park was the place for players to show off flashy moves, handles, and dribbling. But it was also a battleground for some of the fiercest competitors to leave it all out on the court — and what Durant did in the summer of 2011 was legendary.
Kevin Durant played one of the best games of his career.. at a park
In between the free-flowing trash talk and under the bright park lights, the towering 6-foot-10 forward may have stuck out like the neon on Miami Heat’s 2021 court, but no one could deny that Durant was in his natural element.
Playing for DC Power in the Entertainers Basketball Classic, Durant dropped 66 points — including four straight 3s at the end of the game — and looked as if he could burst into flames any moment. On his last shot, the crowd spilled onto the court and mobbed Durant. At 23 years old, the then-Oklahoma City scoring leader had already captured the hearts of many basketball fans, but at this moment, at this park, he was the people’s champion.
Durant remembered the game like it was yesterday, telling GQ magazine in a 2017 interview:
“I remember I just put my shorts and jersey on and my shoes, then I look up and it’s packed all the way to the gate, playing music, and seeing people in the high-risers across the street turning lights on and opening windows. It was like something out of a movie.”
Since Durant, a new generation of players have grown up on the courts at Rucker, from Kemba Walker to Isaiah Washington. Even if Durant doesn’t win a championship with the Brooklyn Nets (though they seem well-positioned to do so), he’ll still have one very fond New York memory he can look back on.
Watch Durant’s Rucker Park highlights below:
Kevin Durant tells story of dropping 66 points at Rucker Park
Kevin Durant told a little-known story about the time he dropped 66 points in the legendary Rucker Park in Harlem, New York.
This took place on Aug. 1, during the offseason of 2011 — fresh off a 55-27 season for his Oklahoma City Thunder. Durant was contacted by Washington D.C. streetball legend White Chocolate, who asked if Durant could make it all the way to Harlem.
“He texted me and said ‘They bumpin’ up the Rucker, Slim. Do you want to play?’,” Durant told GQ Magazine. “I was like… uhhh, I’m in Oklahoma at the moment, I probably won’t get there in time. You know what? Let’s just see if I can make it.”
The lanky scorer hopped on a plane and made it in time without telling anyone about his trip.
“I remember I just put my shorts and jersey on and my shoes, then I look up and it’s packed all the way to the gate, playing music, and seeing people in the high-risers across the street turning lights on and opening windows,” said Durant. “It was like something out of a movie.”
Durant warned that while competition is stiff at the mecca of basketball, players don’t have the height or talent level of an NBA player, so they’ll try to compensate by trash-talking their way into intimidating pros like him.
“I had one that back-rimmed in and then I ran down and then the second one just went straight in, so I’m like ‘I’m in a rhythm now,’” Durant recalled. “And then after that, just shooting from anywhere. I hit four threes in a row.”
“Ten or 15 young kids come and jump on me, like 20 adults. I’m seeing the whole crowd out on the floor.”
“That much love from the crowd that one time was a lot,” he said. “It was like a quick burst of joy like I haven’t felt in a basketball court before. It was amazing.”
Summer Games Return To Rucker Park In Harlem, “The Mecca Of Street Basketball”
“I feel like I lost my best friend. I didn’t have anything to do. And I didn’t see the people that I love seeing,” he says.
Wells has been a mainstay in the community for 45 years. He ran a local club in Harlem for five years then co-founded the tournament in 1983 with his friend Greg Marius. Together, they made the Entertainers Basketball Classic into a major attraction that fans from all over the world mark on their calendars.
The tournament is also well-known for surprise cameos from A-list athletes. NBA legends from Allen Iverson to Kobe Bryant have laced up their sneakers here. 10 years ago this summer, a local named Trevor — then 19 — was hanging out at the park when a lanky (nearly) 7-footer named Kevin Durant walked in by himself.
“He came in, this is maybe 2 o’clock. There was no one out here. They were setting up. He sat down, ate a plate of food and next thing I know he’s suiting up to play,” Trevor remembers. Durant, who plays for Brooklyn Nets, grew up in a mostly Black neighborhood just east of Washington D.C. Trevor grew up in a similar neighborhood just across the street from Rucker Park.arrow Scott Heins / Gothamist
As a child, Trevor would look out the window onto the park from the 10th floor of his building. He wasn’t permitted to go down and play on the court until he was 12, but as soon as he got on there, he knew it was a special place. “To me, this is home pretty much. This is my playground,” he says.
In 2011, when a 22-year old Durant strolled in, Trevor stuck around. The line outside stretched down two city blocks. The windows of the building across the street lit up and faces emerged on the rooftop. The crowd overflowed onto the court.
That game is now legendary — Durant scored 66 points, a near all-time record at the tournament. He hasn’t played here since that day, but Trevor continues to attend games and still believes the park is as special as it has always been.
“Let’s say you’ve never been to this park and you come here, it’s friendly. Like you’re welcome. It feels like home once you get in here.”
That’s the atmosphere Gus Wells has tried to create over the past 40 years. Rucker Park has its own legacy, he believes, one that he and his community work hard to maintain. “We’re not trying to be like the NBA or nothing like that, but we try to be like we are: the Mecca of street basketball.”
Rucker Park is located at 280 W 155th Street in Harlem.
Kevin Durant Was Chased Out Of Rucker Park By Opposing Team After Legendary Performance
In August 2011 Kevin Durant was chased after giving a show and scoring 66 points on the court at Rucker Park in Harlem’s traditional Entertainer’s Basketball Championship. The story was told by musician Fat Joe, who despite being upset about Durant and Kyrie Irving’s choice to join Brooklyn Nets over the New York Knicks, still has great admiration for both players.
In a recent interview with Complex , Fat Joe answered about who would was the best basketball player he has ever seen playing at NYC’s famed Rucker Park, And without thinking Fat Joe said, Kevin Durant. In the interview, the musician brought a story about how KD was chased in 2011 out of the park after scoring 66 points in the Entertainer’s Basketball Classic competition. This particular game has a famous video of the moment when Durant makes the last shoot of the match and ends up surrounded by fans on the court:
“I got a wide open look, my feet were set, my shoulders were set, and I let it go and everybody ran on the court. It was probably one of the best feeling I’ve ever had … like we won a championship.”
This game took place precisely on August 1, 2011. An NBA offseason. Washington DC Streeball legend White Chocolate contacted Kevin Durant inviting the star to attend the legendary championship at Rucker Park in New York.
“He texted me and said ‘They bumpin’ up the Rucker, Slim. Do you want to play?’,” Durant told GQ Magazine. “I was like… uhhh, I’m in Oklahoma at the moment, I probably won’t get there in time.
“I remember I just put my shorts and jersey on and my shoes, then I look up and it’s packed all the way to the gate, playing music, and seeing people in the high-risers across the street turning lights on and opening windows,” said Durant. “It was like something out of a movie.”
Durant remembers that playing in the basketball mecca is not easy. Players don’t have the height or skill of an NBA player, but they make up for it with a lot of trash-talk and psychological pressure. The goal is to always intimidate the opponent.
As Kevin Durant’s Legendary Night At Rucker Park Turns 10, Brooklyn Nets Could Use 66 Points In Game 5
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 07: Kevin Durant #7 of the Brooklyn Nets looks on against the Milwaukee … [+] Bucks in Game Two of the Second Round of the 2021 NBA Playoffs at Barclays Center on June 07, 2021 in New York City.
It’s been almost a decade since Kevin Durant’s 66-point outburst at Rucker Park, yet Cardozo high school coach Ron Naclerio still remembers virtually every detail from that legendary night.
“That was the greatest shooting display I’ve ever seen at The Rucker,” Naclerio, the all-time winningest basketball coach in the history of the New York City Public Schools Athletic League, said on Monday. “He was unguardable that night.”
On Aug. 1, 2011 — during the NBA lockout — Durant electrified a very intimate crowd at 155th St. and Frederick Douglass Blvd. in Harlem by going 9-for-11 from 3-point range. He scored 28 points in the fourth quarter, and capped off a performance for the ages by draining four consecutive 3s — all of them from well beyond the arc.
After his final triple, the future Hall of Famer was mobbed by fans of all ages. KD’s fourth-quarter scoring barrage at Rucker Park has been viewed nearly eight million times on YouTube.
“Big, small, tall, short, double-teams, triple-teams — it didn’t matter who they put on him, it was going in,” Naclerio said. “And he got his buckets within the flow of the game. It wasn’t like he was taking 1,000 shots. He was very efficient.”
With Kyrie Irving (ankle) and James Harden (hamstring) both out for Tuesday’s Game 5, the Brooklyn Nets are going to need another superhuman performance from No. 7 at Barclays Center. Durant’s career-high for points scored in an NBA game is 54, established on Jan. 17, 2014. During the playoffs, he’s averaging 30.3 points.
“I’ve just got to be prepared to do everything out there just like any night,” Durant told reporters.
But back to 2011. Naclerio had gotten to know Durant through his former player at Cardozo — and fellow Texas Longhorn — Royal Ivey. Durant and Ivey are extremely close. In fact, Durant is the godfather to Ivey’s daughter. And Durant recently advocated for Ivey — an assistant in Brooklyn under Steve Nash — to get the head coaching job at Texas.
Naclerio had received word from Rucker Park Entertainer’s Basketball Classic founder Greg Marius the day before that Durant might be showing up. But it always felt more like a rumor until the coach actually saw the 7-foot star walking up FDB toward the court on Aug. 1, 2011 — alone. No entourage. Unknowingly, Durant was also two hours early. There was another game beforehand, so he’d have to wait.
As the story goes, KD was hungry, so someone got him a pregame meal of fried chicken, collard greens, and macaroni and cheese at a local soul food joint. Before his DC Power team’s 8 p.m. tip against the Sean Bell All-Stars — which featured former Seton Hall standout Jeremy Hazell — Naclerio gave Durant some advice.
“‘Listen, this ain’t no walk in the park, some 50 and over league where you can just go through the motions and chill. They’re gonna go at you,’” Naclerio said. “He looked at me like I was nuts.”
“‘I came to play,’” Durant told the coach.
KD — now 32, but then 22 — gave everyone in attendance a performance they’d never forget. He had 23 points in the first half, and 43 more in the second half. For context: NYC streetball legend Joe “The Destroyer” Hammond holds the Rucker Park record with 74 points.
“Sometimes, he’d just lay it in. Other times, he’d dunk it or reverse it,” Naclerio said. “And then he started pulling up from JFK Airport and it went in. And then he did it again and again and again. And then he’d head down to the other end of the floor like nothing happened, like it was nothing special.”
Even 10 years later, though, Naclerio remembers it like it was yesterday.
“Kevin is a basketball junkie. He knew about everything that was going in high school, college, the pros, streetball. He knows the history of Rucker Park. And what he did put him in the history of the park,” Naclerio said.
Kevin Durant y la mayor exhibición de la historia del Rucker Park
En pleno lockout de 2011, con la NBA completamente parada por culpa del cierre patronal, sin entrenamientos, sin training camps, sin partidos de pretemporada a la vista. En mitad de un páramo sin baloncesto profesional, los torneos de baloncesto callejero de New York se convirtieron en el epicentro del deporte de la canasta en Estados Unidos. Se produjo una vuelta a los orígenes, al barrio, al parque. Muchos jugadores de la Liga se atrevieron a jugar en los playgrounds más famosos de esa jungla de asfalto que es NYC, en la que, de buenas a primeras, Kevin Durant se alzó como el rey del Rucker Park.
Kevin Durant es un auténtico freak del baloncesto. Vive para y por el balón naranja. Está obsesionado. Normal que en aquella época estival de 2011, sin NBA a la vista, no parase ni un momento y no se alejase de su inseparable amigo redondo y naranja. Por entonces todavía jugador de los Oklahoma City Thunder y con el título de máximo anotador de la Liga muy fresco, KD no dudaba en calzarse las zapatillas para jugar en ligas veraniegas por todo el país, tales como la Goodman League (Washington DC) o la Drew League (Los Angeles), por no hablar de un viaje a Asia como parte de unos partidos de exhibición entre jugadores de la NBA. Era como un golpe sobre la mesa ante la imposibilidad de jugar de forma oficial. Hasta que la mesa se rompió el 1 de agosto, cuando comenzó un particular paseo por varios torneos de New York.
- La gente está liándola en el Rucker, Slim. ¿Quieres jugar?
- Estoy en Oklahoma en este momento. No creo que pueda llegar a tiempo. Veamos si lo consigo.
Y llegó. Kevin Durant mantuvo esa conversación por mensaje de texto con su amigo Randy Gill, una leyenda del baloncesto callejero de Washington conocido como White Chocolate. KD siempre había querido jugar en el Rucker Park y era una oportunidad perfecta. No puedes decir que eres un loco del baloncesto callejero si nunca has pisado la cancha situada en la 155th Street y la 8ª Avenida, así que el jugador de OKC confirmó su asistencia al organizador del Entertainer’s Basketball Classic (EBC), el tristemente fallecido Greg Marius. Cuando la cuenta oficial de Twitter del EBC anunció de forma oficial la presencia de Durant esa tarde en el parque, se desató la locura en New York.
KD llegó pronto al Rucker Park. Muy pronto. Unos niños jugaban su partido de categoría infantil en el playground más famoso del mundo y la estrella de la NBA se sentó tranquilamente a verlo. Un espectador más, comiendo un simple arroz con pollo comprado en el puesto de la esquina. Sin parafernalia, sin excesos, sin fuegos de artificio. Un freak del baloncesto en la cancha que todo el mundo debería ver al menos una vez en su vida. La misma que iba a ser testigo de una de las mayores exhibiciones individuales de la historia… aunque todavía nadie lo sabía.
Cuando Kevin Durant y el resto de integrantes de su equipo se fueron a cambiar para volver con las equipaciones de juego ya no cabía un alma en el Rucker Park. La gente hacía cola en la puerta del parque por si algún insensato decidía marcharse a casa antes de tiempo. Un grupo de personas esperaba para ver el partido desde un puente cercano a la cancha, mientras que las ventanas de los edificios de los Polo Ground Projets se convertían en palcos improvisados y sus azoteas en gallineros. Los raperos Fat Joe y Oun-P, leyendas del streetball como Kareem “The Best Kept Secret” Reid, Darren “DP” Phillip y Corey “Homicide” Williams, nombres propios del basket de asfalto neoyorquino como Mike Glover o Brian Kortovich. La flor y nata del baloncesto de barrio no quería perderse la actuación de KD y éste no defraudó.
No descansó ni un solo minuto. Durant jugó el partido entero y pidió el balón en todo momento. No le afectó en absoluto el trash-talk constante con el que le recibieron el público y sus rivales, que se acrecentó cuando falló sus tres primeros tiros a canasta… Hasta que anotó sus primeros dos puntos. Era un hombre con una misión y el récord de anotación en un partido del EBC en el punto de mira. Su segunda canasta fue un mate desproporcionado que celebró gritando a pleno pulmón. Habían liberado al kraken.
La puesta en escena de Kevin Durant se saldó con 66 puntos en cuatro cuartos de 10 minutos y reloj de posesión de 24 (reglas NBA para el resto de aspectos del juego). No había forma de pararle. Su 9/11 en triples fue insultante. Sus cinco canasta de tres puntos en cinco posesiones consecutivas, a cada cual desde más lejos, fueron de película. Daba igual que se enfrentase a dobles y hasta triples y marcajes. KD estaba desatado. Daba igual que se hubiese quedado a dos puntos del récord de 68 que ostenta un ex ACB como Steve Burtt Jr. El entrenador del equipo rival, todo un icono del baloncesto callejero neoyorquino, no quiso permitir que Durant superase la marca y, a falta de 40 segundos para el final del partido, comenzó a protestar como un loco a los árbitros. Los colegiados le expulsaron y éste ordenó a sus jugadores que abandonasen la cancha. En ese preciso momento, se dio por terminado el choque y KD se quedó sin récord… aunque a nadie le importase. Se iba del Rucker Park habiendo cumplido su sueño de jugar allí, con el apodo de ‘I Am The Best’ que le puso el speaker del choque y, como el mismo dijo, la sensación de no haberselo pasado mejor sobre una cancha de baloncesto en toda su vida.
Kevin Durant ate soul food before dropping 66 points at Rucker ParkThe Itis has no effect on Kevin Durant. (USATSI)
Kevin Durant played in a now legendary game at Rucker Park four summers ago. The appearance of an NBA star such as Durant is always a welcome surprise at the Rucker but the Oklahoma City Thunder forward’s play that night was the real surprise.
Scoring 66 points on a dazzling display of shots, drives and dunks, Durant was just in the zone that night. After he hit four straight three-pointers, the crowd had seen enough and stormed the court, mobbing Durant in the process.
Durant recently spoke to Bleacher Report about that night, fondly remembering his last deep three-pointer. Interestingly enough, he also mentioned that his performance was fueled by a pregame meal of “fried chicken, collard greens and macaroni and cheese.”
The Oklahoman transcribed parts of Durant’s video interview with B/R:
“I got a wide open look, my feet were set, my shoulders were set, and I let it go,” Durant said. “And everybody ran on the court.
“It was probably one of the best feeling I’ve ever had … like we won a championship.”
One of the coolest parts of the Bleacher Report video is the story about Durant’s pregame meal.
Durant showed up earlier than expected for his game, so he had to wait around. When he was invited to go grab something to eat, Durant declined, but asked if someone could run to get him something since he was hungry and had time to burn.
His request: Fried chicken, collard greens and macaroni and cheese.
“He got me some good soul food and I was ready to go after that,” Durant told BR. “I felt good; I felt right at home, actually. They looked out for me. The food was great, too.”
It should be noted that Durant was 22 years old then and had only been in the NBA for three seasons so we could probably chalk up that pregame meal to his youthfulness. Durant is a seasoned NBA player now and works hard to keep his body in game shape. However, it is still amazing that Durant was able to peform at such a high level despite eating food that would put most people to sleep.90,000 As Kevin Durant’s legendary Night at Rucker Park turns 10, the Brooklyn Nets can use 66 points in Game 5
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It’s almost a decade since Kevin Durant scored 66 at Rucker Park, but Cardoso High School coach Ron Nacklerio still remembers pretty much every detail of that legendary night.
“This was the greatest shooting demonstration I have ever seen at The Rucker,” said Naclerio, the most successful basketball coach in New York City Public Schools Athletic League history.”He was unprotected that night. ”
Aug 1, 2011 – During the NBA lockout – Durant electrified a very intimate audience on 155th Street and Frederick Douglas Boulevard. in Harlem, going 9 out of 11 out of 3 points. He scored 28 points in the fourth quarter and surpassed the all-age benchmark, pulling out four consecutive triplets – all well beyond the arc.
Following his final top three, the future Hall of Fame is filled with fans of all ages. KD’s flurry of scoring results in the XNUMXth quarter at Rucker Park has been viewed on YouTube nearly eight million times.
“Big, small, tall, short, double, triple – it didn’t matter who they put on, it was included,” Naclerio said. “And he got his buckets during the game. Not that he was firing 1,000 shots. He was very effective. ”
With Kyrie Irving (ankle) and James Harden (hamstring) Tuesday, Game 5 of the Brooklyn Nets will need another superhuman performance from # 5 at Barclays Center. The maximum score in Durant’s career in terms of points scored in the NBA game is 7, set on January 54, 17. In the playoffs, he averaged 2014 points.
“I just need to be ready to do whatever is outside, like on any night,” Durant told reporters.
But back to 2011. Naclerio met Durant through his former Cardoso player – and his fellow Texas Longhorn – Royal Ivey. Durant and Ivy are very close. In fact, Durant is the godfather of daughter Ivy. And Durant recently pushed for Ivy, Steve Nash’s assistant in Brooklyn, to be promoted to head coach in Texas.
Naclerio received word from Rucker Park Entertainer’s Basketball Classic founder Greg Marius the day before Duran might appear. But it always sounded more like a rumor, until the coach saw a 7-foot star walking the FDB towards the court on August 1, 2011 – alone. No entourage. Without knowing it, Durant also arrived two hours earlier. There was another game before, so you have to wait.
As the story goes, K.D. was hungry so someone fed him before playing with fried chicken, herbs, macaroni and cheese at a local soul food cafe. Before his DC Power squad faced the Sean Bell All-Stars at 8 p.m. with former Seton Hall standout Jeremy Hazell, Nacklerio gave Durant some advice.
“Look, this is not a walk in the park, somewhere in the league of 50 and older, where you can just move around and relax. They are going to attack you, ”Naclerio said. “He looked at me like I was crazy.”
“I came to play,” Durant told the coach.
KD – now 32 and then 22 – gave everyone present a performance that they will never forget.He had 23 points in the first half and 43 more in the second. For context: New York City streetball legend Joe “The Destroyer” Hammond holds the Rucker Park record with 74 points.
“Sometimes he just put it inside. On other occasions, he dipped it or turned it over, ”Naclerio said. “And then he started pulling up to the John F Kennedy Airport, and he went inside. And then he did it over and over and over. And then he went down to the other end of the floor, as if nothing had happened, as if there was nothing special about it. “
However, even 10 years later, Naclerio remembers it as if it were yesterday.
“Kevin is a basketball fan. He knew about everything that happened in high school, college, pros, streetball. He knows the history of Rucker Park. And what he did made him into the history of the park, ”Naclerio said.
Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/mikemazzeo/2021/06/14/as-kevin-durants-legendary-night-at-rucker-park-turns-10-brooklyn-nets-could- use-66-points-in-game-5/
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Julius Winfield Irving II (born Julius Winfield Erving II, born February 22, 1950 in Roosevelt, New York, USA) – American professional basketball player who played for ABA Virginia Squires teams (1971-1973) and the New York Nets (1973-1976), as well as the NBA Philadelphia 76ers (1976-1987). 1983 NBA champion, 2-time ABA champion (1974, 1976), NBA MVP 1981, 3-time ABA MVP (1974, 1975, 1976), 7 times included in the symbolic teams at the end of the NBA season (1978, 1980-1983 – the first team; 1977, 1984 – the second team), in addition, he was 5 times in the symbolic teams at the end of the ABA season (1973-1976 – the first team; 1972 – the second team), 11-time participant in the NBA All-Star Game (1977-1987 ) and 5-time participant in the ABA All-Star Game (1972-1976). In 1996 he was included in the top 50 NBA players, and in 1997 he was included in the top 30 ABA players.
Sports nickname – Dr. Jay (English Dr. J).
Irving was born on February 22, 1950 in East Meadow, New York and raised at age 13 in Roosevelt, New York. Prior to that, he lived in nearby Hempstead. He attended Roosevelt High School and played for her basketball team. He received the nickname “Doctor” or “Dr. J” from a high school friend Leon Saunders  .He explains,
I have a friend – his name is Leon Saunders – he lives in Atlanta, and I started calling him “professor” and he started calling me “doctor.” So it was just between us … we were buddies, we had our nicknames, and we lived with them. … And that’s where it came from.
Irving recalled: “Later in the Rucker Park League in Harlem, when people started calling me Black Moses and Houdini, I told them that if they wanted to call me anything, they should call me Doctor “  . Over time, this nickname evolved into “Doctor. Julius “and finally in” Dr. J “  .
Irving entered the University of Massachusetts in 1968. Over two college basketball seasons, he averaged 26.3 points  and 20.2 rebounds per game, becoming one of six players  , averaging over 20 points and 20 rebounds per game. Men’s Division NCAA  . Then in 1971 he tried to get serious about professional basketball.
Fifteen years later, Irving fulfilled his mother’s promise with a BA in Creative Leadership and Management from the University Without Walls  . Irving also holds an honorary doctorate from this university  .
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|1977/78||Philadelphia90 107 74||32.8||50.2||84.5||6.5||3.8||1.8||1.3||20.6||10||35.8||48.9||75.0||9.7||4.0||1.5||1.890 107 21.8|
|1978/79||Philadelphia||78||35.9||49.1||90 107 74.5||7.2||4.6||1.7||1. 3||23.1||9||41.3||51.7||76.1||7.8||5.9||2.0||1.9||25.4|
|1983/84||Philadelphia90 107 77 90 107 77||34.8||51.2||33.3||75.4||6.9||4.0||1.8||1.8||22.4||5||0||38.8||47.4||0.0||86.4||6.4||5.0||1.6||1.2||18.2|
|1984/85||Philadelphia||78||78||32.5||49.4||21.4||76.5||5.3||3.0||1.7||1.4||20.0||13||13||33.4||44.9||0.0||85.7||5.6||3.7||1.9||0.890 107 17.1|
|1985/86||Philadelphia90 107 74 90 107 74||33. 4||48.0||28.1||78.5||5.0||3.4||1.5||1.1||18.1||12||12||35.8||45.0||18.2||73.8||5.8||4.2||0.9||1.390 107 17.7|
|1986/87||Philadelphia90 107 60 90 107 60||32.0||47.1||26.4||81.3||4.4||3.2||1.3||1.6||16.8||5||5||35.4||41.5||33.3||84.0||5.0||3.4||1.4||1.2||18.2|
|Total||836||442||34.3||50.7||26.1||77.7||6.7||3.9||1. 8||1.5||22.0||14190 107 30||37.5||48.6||19.4||77.9||7.0||4.2||1.7||1.7||21.9|
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6 Een basiskennis van geschiedenis, aardrijkskunde, wis- en natuurkunde, enzovoort, zal jonge Getuigen in staat stellen all- round bedienaren te worden.
6 Basic knowledge of history, geography, natural sciences, and the like will enable young Witnesses to become well-rounded ministers.
De New Yorkse schrijvers Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley en Robert Sherwood, allen schrijvers van de Algonquin Round Table, besloten om op te staan voor openheid en kwamen de volgende dag op kantoor met hun salaris op een bordje om hun nek.
New York City literary figures: Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley and Robert Sherwood – members of the Algonquin Roundtable, decided to advocate for transparency and came to work the next day with their salary plaques written around their necks.
12 Rounds is een Amerikaanse actiefilm uit 2009, geregisseerd door Renny Harlin.
“12 rounds ” (eng. 12 Rounds) – American feature film in 2009, a crime thriller directed by Rennie Harlin.
Neem bijvoorbeeld Dan Rounds , gespecialiseerd in muziek en wiskunde uit East Lansing, Michigan.
For example, Dan Rounds is a musician and mathematician from East Lasting, Michigan.
Je volgende drie first- round picks.
Your next three first picks .
Op de binnenzijde van de achteromslag van de conferentie-uitgave van mei 2010 had de derde regel in het bijschrift van Harmony, Pennsylvania, van Al Rounds als volgt moeten luiden: ‘Hier heeft de profeet Joseph Smith een groot van deel van het Boek Mormon vertaald.’
On the third cover of the May 2010 Liahona, in the third line of the caption under the painting of Harmony, PA, USA, from painting Al Rounds , reads: “Here the Prophet Joseph translated most of the Book of Mormon.”
Pagina XXII: Al Rounds , Na veel overpeinzing.
p. xxiv: After much deliberation, with paintings Al Rounds .
Geen wonder dus dat ze een rechte wakker voor de mond van de walvis – de bar – bij de gerimpelde oude kleine Jona, daar dienstdoende, binnenkort goot ze uit brimmers all round .
Unsurprisingly, therefore, they did a straight whale’s mouth commemoration – bar – when the wrinkled old man Jonah, there is a refereeing, soon poured their brimmers from all sides.
Goede reis, Short Round .
Neither fluff nor feather .
The Queen’s argument was, dat als iets niet gedaan worden in minder dan geen tijd ze zou iedereen hebben uitgevoerd, all round .
The Queen’s argument was that if something had not been done about him less than there was no time she would have done everything, from all sides.
Ik ben op de merry-go- round .
I like this carousel .
Ferber was lid van de literaire kring Algonquin Round Table, een groep schrijvers, critici en acteurs, opgericht door Dorothy Parker, die dagelijks gingen lunchen bij het Algonquin Hotel in New York.
Ferber was a member of the Algonquin Roundtable, a group of intellectuals who met daily at a dinner table at the Algonquin Hotel in New York.
De Round Mound heeft een nieuwe bijnaam voor Kevin Durant.
Wow Grave Hill is a new nickname for Kevin Durant.
Kom op, Short Round .
Follow me, shorty .
Als je het mij vraagt, is McQueen de beste all- round racer van deze competitie.
In my opinion, McQueen is the absolute favorite of the competition.
Ik wil naar buiten gaan, een paar rounds afvuren.
I’ll go to the yard, warm up a little .
Becky Kemery vertelt in haar boek Yurts – Living in the Round dat er in Mongolië nog steeds kamelen worden gebruikt om joerten te vervoeren: „Het tentframe word op een kameeladen en het gewicht ervan word goed verdeeld.
In her book about yurts, Beki Kemeri says that in Mongolia these houses are still transported on camels: “The skeleton is placed on the animal’s back – symmetrically for balance.
Er was precies een een- stuk all round .
There was only one piece from all sides.
“ Round & Round ” is een lied van de Amerikaanse band Selena Gomez & the Scene.
Over and Over) is a song recorded by the American pop-rock band Selena Gomez & The Scene.
Kan je het je voorstellen, scoort drie first- round picks en Bo Callahan?
Can you imagine I won the first three rounds and Bo Callahan?
Geef me six en ik geef je onze second- round pick van dit jaar en onze second-rounder volgend jaar.
Give me the sixth pick and I’ll give you our second pick this year and the second round pick next year.
Nou, als ik het me goed herinner. De Round About is waar het allemaal begon voor Von Dozer.
If my fan memory does not fail me, in “ Around the Bush” it all started for Von Dozer.
Pardon, wat doen drie zulke mooie dames … op zo’n round -up?
Excuse me for three such charming ladies like you … doing in in a place like this?
Kolonel Chamberlain en de 20e Maine … zaten gevangen op de top van Little Round Top.
Colonel Chamberlain and 20th Maine are blocked at the summit Little Round Top.
OpenSubtitles2018.v390,000 Kevin Duran is eliminated against Portland
The Brooklyn Nets have already made the playoffs, finishing first in the Eastern Conference with 10 games remaining in the regular season.
They reached this place with many ups and downs as they played with the best players who always missed the game on a given day due to injury.
The Brooklyn Nets played without Kevin Durant at the start of the season, and Kyrie Irving missed games from time to time.
When Durant returned, James Harden missed games with a hamstring injury and was still out.
Even after his return, Durant still misses games from time to time due to injuries.
He again misses today’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers to rest and has already been kicked out for injury.
Kyrie Irving occasionally experienced groin problems and sometimes disappeared even after Kevin’s return.
He missed his last game Thursday night against the Indiana Pacers due to pain.
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Kevin Durant lost a record 42 points in 36 minutes against the Indiana Pacers.
Subsequently, giving up the victory to the Nets in Irving’s absence.
And now the Nets vs. Portland Trail Blazers without Kevin DURANT.
Tomorrow will be another challenge, Nash said after Thursday’s fourth straight win for Brooklyn.
We’ll see who is available and how it all looks, play with a really good Portland team and try to perform well.
What can I say? “I have the opportunity to coach Kevin Durant,” Nash said.You put it in, and good things happen.
Durant had 10 assists, 16 of 24 shots for a field goal and all eight free throws in a strong all-around against Indiana.
Nets kicked out Kevin Durant
Durant said he would be watching the coaching staff at Thursday’s match.
“I’m going to get an instruction from the coaching staff,” Durant said of the game on Friday. My teammates understand the situation in which I just have to be prepared for any situation I feel.
And when I play, I like to pick up the ball one at a time and watch what happens.
I had to come back in fourth and maybe I could have negotiated a little better if I didn’t have to come back fourth in the next game.
But that is what it is. I tried to master it in turn and just trusted what the coaching staff and the coaching staff wanted me to do.
Kyrie available against Trail Blazers
The Nets sidelined Kyrie against the Pacers on Thursday when the Nets beat the Pacers.
Kairi, we’ll have to evaluate too … but I hope Kai is feeling much better [Friday] and can play, ”Nash said. I would say that, most likely, I will vote that Kevin does not play for the second in a row.
However, in today’s game against TrailBlazer, the Nets will not be sidelined by Kyrie Irving.
Brooklyn coach Steve Nash preferred to see Irving on the floor over Portland and Kevin Durant sitting on the bench.
Nash also added that he would rather have Blake Griffin play for a second straight night than Durant, who recently returned with a hip injury and missed 23 games with a hamstring injury early in the season.
42 points | 10 gears
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– Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) April 30, 2021
According to the list of players excluded from playing against the Blazers, Kyrie will receive help from Blake Griffin as he is not excluded.
Kyrie will also feature Alize Johnson, who had her best Thursday night with a stellar performance with 20 points and 21 rebounds.
“The energy has been there since I walked into the building,” Johnson said.I was ready to go and prove that I belong.
Despite the fact that the Nets have already made the playoffs, this does not mean that it will be easy for them to beat other teams.
The Nets have now officially announced that Kevin Durant is out of the game.
Networks collide with jackets.
The Portland Trail Blazers are one such team that is not easy to beat.
They also perform well with a 21-point victory on the road over the Pacers and Memphis Grizzles.
“We were definitely ready to play,” veteran forward Carmelo Anthony said after Wednesday’s 130-109 win in Memphis.
You could feel it. You could feel that we are locked up, and we knew how important this game is to us.
#NBA Season 2020-2021: Portland Trail Blazers – Brooklyn Nets
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Portland (34-28) is one game behind the Dallas Mavericks in the battle for sixth in the Western Conference. How the top six teams avoid the game round.
Blazers are also teams that have great scorers.
Most recently, the Trail Blazers played three 20 points against Memphis; CJ McCollum had 26 points and six assists.
Norman Powell scored 24 points and Damian Lillard added 23.
Portland were in the lead with 33 points in the first half before going to an unconditional victory.
For me this is a five-man defense, so everyone has to do their job, Trail Blazers coach. Terry Stotts said.
For me, the first half was devoted to team defense, including transitional defense.
Blazers await payback to the Nets.
On March 23rd, the Nets beat hosts Portland 116-112 without Durant and Irving, with James Harden leading with 25 points and comparing his best of 17 assists.
Unfortunately, Harden will miss his 13th game on Friday with a hamstring injury.
Injury News Network
In addition to James and Durant, Bruce Brown and others
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Nick Claxton was expelled due to right knee pain to follow health protocols and safety.
Chris Chiozza walked away with a fractured right arm, while Spencer Dinwiddy walked away with a partially torn cruciate ligament.
With so many players, Kairi will be in control.But this is not the first time Kairi is left alone with responsibility.
In fact, he led the Nets to victory in the games in the absence of James and Kevin. Today’s game also provides for the return of the same Kairi and Kevin to rest.90,000 ?Ramona Park
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Ramona Park Bechet Amusement Park, located in Iztochen Grand Rapids, Michigan between 1897 and 1955.The park includes the two-wheelers of the darveni vlakchet with the vlakchet, the theatrical pavilion, a ride on a miniature iron rail and a livery boat.
HistoryRamona Park Prez nosta, Ezero Reeds, Chiseled Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Ramona Park West West Coast on the Riyds Lake in Iztochen Grand Rapids, Michigan, and operated by the Grand Rapids Street company, and trolley park  Until 1921, Ramona Amusement Corporation was taken over and operated by Iron . ..The parking lot was shattered in Sedinenite shchachi from the edge in 1800 until Wednesday in the twentieth century. Local transport companies get tickets for patrons, they carry them in kolichkit, as well as a taxi for the entrance to the park. A good example for Troleen Park e Coney Island.
Preside the Horat to the Rijds and Ramona Park from Grand Rapids and other cities to Western Michigan buses.Take a car and a bus on the Vinaga routes and leave until number 6. 
Jezeroto Rijds is a great destination for destinations in the park.  Ezeroto is just a few miles from Grand Rapids. Imache sites for a picnic, pavilions for amusement and liveries for boats, koito delivering flat skiff boats. Most of the prez 1850s, the guys, the guys, the boats were transported to the nyakolkostotin pantnitsi. Captain John Honore Poason besche followed from the Synovet Moo, Charles and Joseph, and the grandsons of John and Wiliam the Cato Captain on an excursion parahodi. Reeds Lake, East Grand Rapids, MI., Besche is a favored destination.
Prez 1872 Reeds Lake and Grand Rapids congregated and horse trams collapse. 10-ton engine boy, powerful enough, three openings of the chuck carriage were made to ezeroto Rijds, and the 1877 year was presented. 
President Gerald Ford (Togawa Leslie King) works at Ramona Park.  Pres 1954 Citizens on the East Grand Rapids shut up the park and even humiliate them crawling in the apartment and shop and shopping center.
The original d’orvena vlakche on the horrifying e single pissta vvv figure of the osmic, who worked prez 1903.  Giant Coaster built prez 1913,  and Derby Racer on Ingersoll pre 1914. Coming soon to Jack Rabbit Derby Racer.  Jack Rabbit is twice as great in the amusement park from darven piste with an 80% decline and now you can see the kato nai-popular karane in the park and even more from two two-chapel vlakcheta in the country.
Theatralnyat pavilion at Ramona is majestically located in a park on Lakeside Drive, close to katsaneto by boat and from the village of Lake Rijds. Tova beshe is extremely popular, it’s just about 1700 souls. Popular poetry, musicals, vaudeville and burlesque aktiori, nemyfilmi, toky and favorite local and national artists, cato Will Rogers, come to the theater in time for its heyday. Details for a paid map for the vicinity of Kent, Michigan, showing details for the Reeds Lake amusement park.
The Point Paulo Resort is on the coast of Lake Rijds in the beginning of 1900 and was organized for resting on touring acts. Frédéric Paulo and Maurice Beller developed the colony, which imala over three sets of cabins at the height of the popularity of the sea.
On Wednesday, the continuation of the Kato continuation to Mastoto, kodeto sega e katsaneto to the Barnard Street boat, is set up.
Vlakche at the HorrorJack Rabbit Derby Racer at Ramona Park, East Grand Rapids, MI.
John J. McElwee and brother Moo James will drive and run a figure 8 amusement park from 1900 until 1900 and build a Jack Rabbit Derby Racer in Ramona Park in 1914.
Theatrical pavilion Ramona
Theatrical Ramona pavilion Ramona is also known for the theater, the ground for the theater is open. The toy was closed at the beginning in 1900 and has become a popular attraction. On July 16, 1905, the Leroy Trio, removed from the drag artist Gene Leroy, and two musicians, Joni Maurice and Julius Marks, are presented at the Ramona Theater, which will make a professional debut on Groucho Marks.  Prez 20-th and 30-th years there be a lot of vaudeville acts. Celebrities Kato Edgar Bergen, Brothers Marks, Jimi Durante, Joan Davis, Jak Beni, Fred Aln and Wil Rogers crawl out their talents tuk, together with Bastar Kiitan, Fanny Bryce, and many others.  A.B. Show on Marcus besche is extremely popular prez 30s and 40s. Groupies from beautiful momichet peekh and dancer for stage performances, koito byha for a price of 10 to 50 cents per show. In the early days of the people, the dori can be even more glacial there.
Miniature railway line behind the carane
Miniature locomotive Ramona Park Railway Vinaga e hit the middle tulpite, transporting about 50,000 souls annually to its prime. Tova e is directed to the mashhab paren locomotive and open the carriages of the mogat and transport 30 or more souls for half a mile pt prez and near the park.  Toy e beat property and behold from the family to Hari D. Glidn from Sharpened Grand Rapids.
The Detroit Tigers are organizing a “home” week there on May 24, 1903.
Benjamin Hanchet is President and General Manager at Grand Rapids Street Railway Company 4 and an important developer at Ramona Park. This soil is managed by the company prez 1904. Parkt soil and oil production is under non-governmental management. Khanchet e resident of Iztochen Grand Rapids and e beat up the president at Seloto from 1908 to 1911; and director at Old Kent Bank, regent to the University of Michigan and a descendant of the Janisen family, Janisin, Michigan.
Km 2013Ramona Park embracing these properties: a D&W store, Jade Pig Ventures and Property (a department store at Jacobson’s), the Lakeshore Club and Lakewood Apartments condominiums and an estate at the Ramona Medical Center. Bordered by Bogata Street to the south, Lovet Avenue to the west and Lakeside Drive to the east.
Gaslight Village, Molove, apartments, apartments and a D&W storehouse are located there, where Ramona did not. A clone of Grand Rapids is being made at the district library in Kent, where a flock of food is located, illuminated in an amusement park with artifacts. Bader, Robert S. (2016). Chetirima from trimata musquetari: Brothers Marks on stage . Evanstein, Illinois: Northwest University Press. p. 31. ISBN 9780810134164 .
Congratulations on the Grand Rapids.
Buick 110 years
Buick celebrated its 110th birthday on May 19th. Its founder was Scotland-born David Dunbar Buick, who in 1890 began producing gasoline engines for boats.
For several years, Buick experimented with cars in his own Detroit home. He built the first experimental driving prototype in 1900, and on May 19, 1903, he founded the Buick Motor Company, which began preparations to start mass production of cars.
However, at the end of that year, Buick sold his company to Fllint Wagon Works, and the first car, called the Buick Model B, was handed over to a buyer in 1904. Four years later, Buick, led by William Crapo Durant, became a factory owned by the General Motors group.
In this new era, Buick has specialized in comfort models with an ambition to belong to the premium segment. The American manufacturer currently offers five models. These include the Buick Verano compact sedan, the Buick LaCrosse sedan and the Buick Enclave large SUV.
In line with General Motors’ latest strategy, Buick successfully manufactures and markets its vehicles in China..