Atlanta eliminated Miami in Game Seven with a 91-78 win. Chalmers only cracked double figures in one of the seven games and produced just 7.3 PPG on 40% from the field, 2.7 RPG, 4.4 APG and 2.9 SPG in 33.0 MPG. After the season, a report surfaced that Chalmers had been fined several times for various unnamed violations of team rules.
Chalmers was solid as a background player in Miami with a stat line of 8.6 PPG, 2.2 RPG, 3.5 APG and 1.5 SPG in 77 games and 26.9 MPG. Despite modest numbers, Chalmers cracked double figures in 24 contests including a 34-point, 10-trifecta performance against the Sacramento Kings.
This panel is one of a group of six in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Five were found by Auguste Mariette and transported to the museum in 1866. The sixth was discovered by James E. Quibell in 1912. All are from the mastaba of Hesi-re, a high official of King Djoser, whose titles included Greatest of the King's Scribes, Chief of the Tens of Upper Egypt, and Chief of Dentists. His mastaba, located north of the funerary complex of Djoser at Saqqara, was built primarily of unbaked brick. Hesi-re's offering chapel takes the form of a long corridor and includes, on one side, very unusual paintings depicting funerary furnishings (among them vases, chests, and games) and, on the other, eleven niches. A carved wood panel was fitted into the back of each of these niches. Five have disappeared; the other six depict Hesi-re seated or standing, wearing different hairstyles and costumes but always with the royal scribe's insignia (a palette with two compartments for ink, a long pen case, and a small bag), indicating the importance of his position at a time when the corps of scribes was still small. The lower part of the present panel is badly damaged and incomplete. A large crack mars the upper section. 1e1e36bf2d