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Sprewell reportedly attends Knicks practice

Compiled from Times wires

© St. Petersburg Times, published October 20, 2002


Latrell Sprewell, the Knicks' exiled small forward, made a cameo appearance on Friday at the team's practice facility in Greenburgh, the New York Daily News reported Saturday. It marked the first time Sprewell had been to the training site since the Knicks fined him $250,000 and ordered him to stay away from the team for an indefinite period.

Latrell Sprewell, the Knicks' exiled small forward, made a cameo appearance on Friday at the team's practice facility in Greenburgh, the New York Daily News reported Saturday. It marked the first time Sprewell had been to the training site since the Knicks fined him $250,000 and ordered him to stay away from the team for an indefinite period.

The team refused to comment on Sprewell's scheduling of a news conference Monday, at which he might discuss his status with the team and pending libel lawsuit against a local paper.

CAVALIERS: Guard Vonteego Cummings was waived, less than a month after he was signed as a free agent.

Preseason games

JAZZ 107, 76ERS 99: Scott Padgett scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter as the visiting Jazz withstood a late rally and snapped a four-game losing streak.

MAVERICKS 103, BUCKS 95: Michael Finley scored 21 to lead host Dallas. The Mavericks took a 76-54 lead with 5:21 remaining in the third.

CELTICS 95, TIMBERWOLVES 83: Paul Pierce scored 27 in 27 minutes to lead Boston in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Pierce scored 10 in the third quarter when the Celtics broke it open with a 14-2 run.

GRIZZLIES 123, BULLS 99: Jason Williams scored 13 of his 27 points in the first quarter to lead host Memphis and Drew Gooden had 21 points and 18 rebounds.

PISTONS 83, CLIPPERS 79: Corliss Williamson scored four of his 12 points in the final minute to lead host Detroit, 5-0 in the preseason.

SPURS 81, HEAT 68: Tim Duncan had 28 points and 12 rebounds to lead host San Antonio. Duncan was 11-for-16 from the field and blocked five shots in 31 minutes.

HORNETS 99, WIZARDS 92: The former Charlotte Hornets returned as a team from New Orleans, but the crowd in Greensboro, N.C., cheered for Washington and former North Carolina star Jerry Stackhouse, who scored 32.

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