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Sultan of Swat Theo Ratliff has gone from awkward child to the NBA's most intimidating shot blocker
So what if you're a skinny, goofy, long-legged kid with two left feet and the confidence of a hubcap? That's no reason not to meet. Theo Ratliff.
Pivotal Decision The 76ers gained a dominant presence in the middle by trading for Dikembe Mutombo, but will the deal help or hurt a team that was already flourishing?
deadline, when it sent center Theo Ratliff, along with forwards. Toni Kukoc, center Nazr Mohammed and rookie guard Pepe Sanchez,
9 Atlanta Hawks Thanks to an infusion of frontline talent, the playoffs no longer seem to be such a tall order
and Theo Ratliff, who came over in the same trade and has recovered from a wrist ... defensive liabilities while playing to Ratliff's formidable
NO.3 DETROIT PISTONS
Last season 6'10", 225-pound Theo Ratliff spent most of his time impersonating a center. Now, with. Williams on board, Ratliff can take up his ...
10 FEARLESS PREDICTIONS
When the Pistons invited Wyoming center Theo Ratliff in for a predraft visit, he thought they had designs on picking him in the second round.
Defensive Player. THEO RATLIFF, 76ers. Even though he's out until mid-March with a broken right wrist, the shot-blocking Ratliff is the pick. The
14 Portland Trail Blazers
A turnaround is tied to how quickly all the young players develop
9 Atlanta Hawks With a new forward and a healthy center, the front line is packed with promise--but not enough to make good on the guarantee of a playoff berth
of Abdur-Rahim, Robinson and center Theo Ratliff, the league's top shot blocker in 2000-01, who missed all but three games last season with a ...
Playoff Payoff Dikembe Mutombo vindicated a hotly debated trade by powering the 76ers past the Bucks and into the Finals
All-Star center Theo Ratliff, who was sidelined with a broken right wrist on Feb. 8 and whose status for the postseason was in doubt. The 76ers' ...
Getting Dunked On
It's no fun being a defender when an NBA stud decides to pin the tale on the dunkee