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Pacers’ Tinsley fired at

INDIANAPOLIS — More late night trouble for Jamaal Tinsley could present more problems for the Indiana Pacers.

Tinsley will meet Monday with team president Larry Bird and coach Jim O’Brien following a shooting incident in which the player was shot at early Sunday morning. It was Tinsley’s third late-night episode in about 14 months, and the latest in a three-year string of incidents that have engulfed the franchise.

Tinsley and several companions were targeted in the shooting that wounded one person outside a downtown hotel. Tinsley wasn’t injured. He didn’t practice Sunday, but according to the team Web site, Pacers.com, Tinsley is scheduled to meet with Bird and O’Brien to discuss the team’s course of action. The Pacers will Cleveland on Tuesday night.

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Grinnell guard gets record

DES MOINES, Iowa — The points kept coming, and so did the assists.

David N. Arseneault shattered the NCAA assists record when he had 34 in Grinnell College’s 151-112 win over North Central University of Minnesota in a Division III game Saturday.

The previous record of 26 was set in 1989 by Robert James of Division III Kean University. The Division I record of 22 was achieved by three players, including current Dallas Mavericks coach Avery Johnson.

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