NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published November 3, 1995
DAVID JUSTICE was on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" last night (NBC, 11/2).... Yesterday's BOSTON HERALD shoots down rumors Aerosmith's STEVEN TYLER will sing the National Anthem at the NHL All-Star game in Boston (BOSTON HERALD, 11/2)....An Atlanta team of BILL MCNAIR, JEROME SHELTON, MARK BECHER, and EARL WARREN won the "Hoop-it-Up" National Championships and the "Court of Dreams" event by beating the "NBA Legends" consisting of GEORGE GERVIN, DANNY AINGE, JAMES WORTHY, and REGGIE THEUS, and coached by JULIUS ERVING. A buzzer beater by Warren beat the Legends 16-14. The match is shown this Saturday on NBC (Streetball Partners).... Celtics Chair PAUL GASTON, on selling out the FleetCenter: "Sure I'm worried. My idea of good marketing is a good basketball team. I think we know our team stinks" (BOSTON GLOBE, 11/3)....EVANDER HOLYFIELD reportedly has his eyes set on carrying the Olympic flame up the stadium steps in Atlanta next year and is "convinced" a victory over RIDDICK BOWE will give him that honor (BOSTON HERALD, 11/3) >>>>>>>>>>>> LAST CHANCE! <<<<<<<<<<<< Nominations for "Sports Industrialist of the Year" are due TODAY by 5pm EST. Fax all entries to (703) 518-8707.