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Topic - Michael Lee
Maynor became a free agent when the Portland Trail Blazers, the team that acquired him from Oklahoma City late in the season, decided not to extend a qualifying offer.
Tiger! Tiger! Tiger! That old Princeton cheer is apropos as the Princeton University A team posted the only 6-0 score to take last month’s Amateur Team East Championship at its traditional home in Parsippany, N.J.
Michael Lee knew he was still in bad shape when he left the hospital five days after emergency heart surgery. But he was so eager to escape the constant prodding and the roommate's loud TV that he tuned out the nurses' care instructions.
Michael Lee of The Washington Post noted on Twitter on Monday morning that the Wizards had contacted free-agent guard Eric Maynor about joining the team.
"It changed my conception of dealing with a doctor," said Michael Lee, 60.