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The fact that a child could easily slide under wire fencing and clamber to the top of a partdemolished tower block is horrific" We tested security at sites guarded by P& B Security, M& M Security, Ruchill Security and Wing Guard - linked to crooked ex-policeman Paul Johnston from his base in Dubai.
Lute Olson, inching toward retirement, will have experience and NBA talent at every position: point guard Jason Gardner, wing guard Gilbert Arenas, small forward Richard Jefferson, power forward Michael Wright and Woods.
The Hawks defence was in total disarray as Murdie lured Torquil Mathewson from his wing guard, leaving Cook with an easy stroll to the line.
Hines update: Wing guard Rico Hines, out four games with a sprained big toe (right foot), might return Wednesday against USC.
If Barnes starts, Jason Kapono will slide from small forward to wing guard, giving the Bruins four starters 6-7 or taller.
But Margaret was stunned to find she has now supplied Johnston's new security firms, Wing Guard and Guardion.
DESERT DEPLETION: Richard Jefferson's broken foot leaves Arizona with seven scholarship players, and three freshmen in the starting lineup: point guard Jason Gardner, wing guard Gilbert Arenas and small forward Luke Walton, who replaced Jefferson against Stanford and contributed seven assists.
It's not easy when your point guard (Earl Watson) is a natural wing guard, when your best player's a freshman (Jason Kapono), when your potentially dominant center (Dan Gadzuric) has the knees of a 40-year-old and when your coaching staff has designed an offense (the 1-4 high) that might not fit personnel.