Won Game

Some articles on won game, games, won, game:

Lakers–Rockets Rivalry - 1980s
... The Rockets won Game 1 111-107, but the Lakers won Game 2 111-106 ... Houston won Game 3 in L.A ... Unlike 1981, Houston was a formidable foe, winning 51 games and the Midwest Division title ...
Kenora Thistles (1926–1940) - History
... Kenora won the games 5-1 and 6-1 to earn a berth into the region finals ... off with the Port Arthur West End Juniors in a two game series for the region ... Port Arthur won 6-5 and 5-1 to take the series ...
Brisbane Entertainment Centre - Brisbane Bullets
... For game 1 of the 1986 NBL Grand Final series between the Bullets and Adelaide 36ers, a then Australian indoor attendance record was set when over 11,000 fans saw the 36ers win in overtime (Adelaide ... The Bullets won the 1987 NBL championship at the centre against the Perth Wildcats ... The largest basketball crowd was 13,221 for game two of the 1990 NBL Grand Final series, also between the Bullets and the Perth Wildcats ...
World Chess Championship 1978
... Karpov won ... When Karpov's team sent him a blueberry yogurt during a game without any request for one by Karpov, the Korchnoi team protested, claiming it could be some kind of ... The match would go to the first player to win six games, draws not counting ...
Mets–Yankees Rivalry - 2000: World Series Meeting
... With the first game played at Shea Stadium and the nightcap at Yankee Stadium, it was the first time since 1903 that two teams played two games in different ... Dwight Gooden won the first game with a six inning effort in his first start since returning to the Yankees ... Roger Clemens won the nightcap ...

Famous quotes containing the words game and/or won:

    Vanessa wanted to be a ballerina. Dad had such hopes for her.... Corin was the academically brilliant one, and a fencer of Olympic standard. Everything was expected of them, and they fulfilled all expectations. But I was the one of whom nothing was expected. I remember a game the three of us played. Vanessa was the President of the United States, Corin was the British Prime Minister—and I was the royal dog.
    Lynn Redgrave (b. 1943)

    Is it true or false that Belfast is north of London? That the galaxy is the shape of a fried egg? That Beethoven was a drunkard? That Wellington won the battle of Waterloo? There are various degrees and dimensions of success in making statements: the statements fit the facts always more or less loosely, in different ways on different occasions for different intents and purposes.
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