HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) — A man accused of bludgeoning his mother, sister and another woman to death after being kicked out of his home on New York's Long Island is headed to court.Suffolk County police say Vanderhall had a history of emotional problems, and his mother had gotten a protective order against him and had thrown him out of their Hempstead home.
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- Darrall Imhoff, who helped Cal win NCAA title, dies
By Bruce Jenkins - Sunday Jul 2, 2017
Darrall Imhoff, who helped Cal win NCAA title, diesDarrall Imhoff, the starting center on Cal’s 1959 NCAA championship team and an NBA player for 12 seasons, died Friday evening near his home in Bend, Ore.Friends said Mr. Imhoff was playing miniature golf when he had a heart attack and collapsed.Earl Shultz, a fellow freshman who went on to play on the 1958-59 team, immediately dismissed Mr. Imhoff as any kind of player.The turning point came in a game at USC in Mr. Imhoff’s sophomore season.“Big, tough guy named Jim Hanna went up for a hook shot, and Darrall sent it all the way to halfcourt,” Shultz recalled.He had Bob McKeen (a former Cal forward) work with Darrall every day in practice, working on positioning, center moves, little hook shots.“The kind of players Pete had, they might not be the material I’d pick,” said UCLA’s John Wooden in a 1990 interview.Mr. Imhoff wound up being a teammate of West’s on the 1960 Olympic team, coached by Newell and featuring a number of future NBA greats.Mr. Imhoff was the Knicks’ starting center that night.Two nights later, the teams met again at Madison Square Garden.Newell was proud to proclaim that all of the players on the ’59 championship team graduated, although it took Mr. Imhoff a while.The previous season, facing the last of Russell’s championship teams with the Boston Celtics, Mr. Imhoff averaged 18.2 points and 16.4 rebounds in a five-game series loss in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
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- Darrall Imhoff never forgot his Cal roots
By Steve Kroner - Monday Jul 3, 2017
Many Cal fans and athletes view 1959 with a mix of wistfulness and reverence.On March 21, the Pete Newell-coached Bears won the NCAA basketball title.Darrall Imhoff, the starting center on the team that beat Cincinnati (with Oscar Robertson) and West Virginia (with Jerry West) on consecutive nights to earn the national championship, died Friday night of a heart attack at the age of 78.Each man was the Bears’ starting center (McNamara in 1980-82), each was a first-round draft pick in the NBA and each was inducted into the Cal Athletics Hall of Fame.Braun, who spent 12 seasons (1996-2008) as the Bears’ head coach, often saw Mr. Imhoff at Cal games in the Northwest; Mr. Imhoff lived in Bend, Ore.Mr. Imhoff spent 12 seasons in the NBA, but unfortunately was known most for being one of the men who tried to guard Wilt Chamberlain in the game when Chamberlain scored 100 points.Recalled McNamara: I was like, ‘What guy would bring it up?’ He’s so comfortable with himself as a man and a basketball player that he isn’t shying away from this historical moment when he was on the receiving end.“Everybody just knew the 1959 team,” said McNamara, who lives in Alaska and works for a video company, Twin Lions Productions.
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