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Published September 4, 1996
KOBE BRYANT fractured his left wrist and will be unable to play basketball for six weeks (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 9/4). ...An 11- screen, 4,000-seat Sony/MAGIC JOHNSON Theater is to be a tenant in a proposed $80M complex in downtown Jamaica in Queens, New York (NEWSDAY, 8/31)....WAYNE HUIZENGA is featured in U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT's Business & Technology section. Dan McGraw notes Huizenga's "biggest challenge" is with AutoNation USA, his used car superstore featuring low mileage, quality cars. Huizenga hopes each individual lot with 1,000 cars will generate more than $100M annually in business (U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT, 9/9 issue)....Former 76ers GM/Coach JOHN LUCAS is at the U.S. Open coaching tennis player LORI MCNEIL. McNeil advanced to the doubles semifinals (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 9/4).