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Published May 15, 1995
JERRY SLOAN has been tagged as an assistant basketball coach for LENNY WILKENS and the U.S. Olympic Basketball Team ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 5/12)....TOM ABRAMSON, VP of Marketing for Sega, on athletes attending the E3 show in L.A.: "They're playing [video games] in the locker room and they're playing them on buses and planes, and that's really how we get our feedback. That's how we get these guys to help us understand how to create the best sports video games" ("Press Box," PRIME, 5/12)....CBS' BILLY PACKER, on KEVIN GARNETT's decision to skip college and apply for the NBA draft: "I think it is a tragic situation what we have right now on this level of basketball, and I think it is time that the NBA, the NCAA, the National Association of Basketball Coaches, and the NBA Players Association really had a summit to decide what is in the best interest of these young people" ("The CBS Sports Show," 5/13)....TERRY HOLLAND has been named UVA A.D. (Mult., 5/13)....Baltimore's new AHL team announced the addition of women's tennis star PAM SHRIVER and attorney ED BRUSH to the ownership group (Baltimore SUN, 5/13).