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News » new jersey dismisses frank after nets drop season's first 16 games


new jersey dismisses frank after nets drop season's first 16 games


new jersey dismisses frank after nets drop season's first 16 games EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. | The New Jersey Nets fired coach Lawrence Frank after losing their first 16 games during one of the worst starts in NBA history.

Assistant Tom Barrise coached the team Sunday night in Los Angeles against the Lakers. Another loss by the Nets would tie the record for the worst start if they lose.

The Nets said a permanent replacement for Frank has not been determined.

Frank, in his sixth full season, was the longest-tenured coach in the Eastern Conference and the winningest coach in the Nets' NBA history.

more NBA

NBA fines players for in-game tweets

NEW YORK | The NBA fined Phoenix Suns forward Amare Stoudemire and Charlotte Bobcats forward Tyson Chandler $7,500 each Sunday for posting to their Twitter accounts during games in violation of league rules.

Stoudemire's Twitter feed was updated during the Suns' win Wednesday over the Memphis Grizzlies, and Chandler tweeted a message the same night the Bobcats beat Toronto.

IN OTHER NBA NEWS

Philadelphia 76ers coach Eddie Jordan says he hasn't talked to Allen Iverson about bringing the former franchise star out of retirement.

Celtics forward Rasheed Wallace was fined $30,000 by the NBA for publicly criticizing officials following Boston's victory Friday over Toronto.

Clippers play-by-play man Ralph Lawler and color analyst Michael Smith met with Grizzlies center Hamed Haddadi before Sunday's game at the Staples Center, where they expressed regret for an on-air remark about the Iranian-born center that earned the TV broadcasters a one-game suspension.

Peja Stojakovic skipped the New Orleans Hornets' trip to Sacramento to attend to family matters, the team announced.

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer of New York held a press conference Sunday outside the NBA Store on Fifth Avenue, where he urged the league to intervene and stop adidas from moving production of the NBA's official uniforms from Perry, N.Y., to Thailand, or pull out of its contract with the sports apparel giant.

golf

brothers lead italy to first win

SHENZHEN, China | Francesco and Edoardo Molinari became the first brother combination to win the World Cup of Golf on Sunday, beating Sweden and Ireland by a stroke to give Italy its first victory in the team event.

The Molinari brothers shot a 4-under 68 in the alternate-shot final round on Mission Hills' Olazabal Course.

They finished at 29 under and earned $875,000 each in the tournament that featured two rounds of better ball and two of alternate shot.

Francesco hit a long greenside bunker shot to 3 feet on the 18th to set up Edoardo's winning par putt. Sweden's Henrik Stenson and Robert Karlsson, the winners last year, shot a 69 to tie for second with Ireland's Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell (70).

skiing

vonn, americans flop in world cup

ASPEN, Colo. | Sarka Zahrobska of the Czech Republic won a World Cup slalom in which no Americans qualified for the second run.

She finished Sunday's two runs in 1 minute, 43.45 seconds. Marlies Schild of Austria was the runner-up.

Two-time overall World Cup champion Lindsey Vonn skied off-course in the first run, part of a poor showing by U.S. racers. The U.S. Ski Team said it's the first World Cup slalom in more than 1? years that no American advanced.

college football

E. Illinois coach killed in crash

EFFINGHAM, Ill. | Eastern Illinois assistant football coach Jeff Hoover, 41, was killed in a car crash as he returned home from a playoff game Saturday against Southern Illinois.

Hoover and his family were riding with strength coach Eric Cash and his family when they swerved to miss a deer, athletic department spokesman Rich Moser said.

Cash, his wife and Hoover's wife are in stable condition.

IN OTHER FOOTBALL NEWS

LSU assistant coach Larry Porter, who's built a reputation for being one of the nation's best recruiters, was hired to rebuild Memphis on Sunday.

Marshall football coach Mark Snyder resigned Sunday, a day after the Thundering Herd lost 52-21 to UTEP to finish the regular season at 6-6.

Florida State's Rodney Hudson earned the Jacobs Blocking Trophy as the ACC's most outstanding blocker.

tennis

davydenko earns 1st big tourney win

LONDON | Nikolay Davydenko won the first big tournament of his career, beating U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro 6-3, 6-4 in the ATP World Tour Finals.

Davydenko ran down just about every ball and dominated his service games, losing only five points in the first set.

in other news

Travis Wall defeated Scott Prillaman by .006 seconds in Saturday's Top Dog race at the Hampton Coliseum. Wall also led flag-to-flag for his second A Main win. Patrick Morgan won his third B Main feature, and Michael Weddell got his second C Main race victory.

Damon Duval kicked a 33-yard field goal with no time left in the Grey Cup to give the Montreal Alouettes a 28-27 victory over the Roughriders on Sunday night.


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