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And UCLA's rebounding deficiencies were accentuated when Hawes' tip-in of Justin Dentmon's missed shot gave the Huskies a 54-51 lead, and slowed the Bruins' momentum.
If so, it's possible that your rebounding woes stem from being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Sacrifice at this time point also served a dual function: to assess the long-term efficacy of one and two succimer regimes relative to vehicle treatment and relative to each other, and whether a rebounding occurred in blood or brain levels after the second chelation regimen.
NEW YORK -- On Saturday, February 26, 2005, Bally Total Fitness (NYSE:BFT) will host an Urban Rebounding For Diabetes marathon to raise funds for people with diabetes.
Although it's obvious that big, strong, and tall players would form a good rebounding team, we've also seen our share of small, aggressive, and hard-nosed teams that have dominated the boards, allowing no second shots by their opponents.
Both teams shot less than 40 percent through three quarters, and the Suns had a 39-36 rebounding advantage, going into the fourth quarter.
The Trojans scored the first four points of overtime on baskets by LeNoir and Murphy, but allowed the Huskies to get back into it with poor defensive rebounding.
Thomas is second on the team in scoring and rebounding, averaging nine points and six rebounds.