Thursday, February 17, 2011

Kentucky Wildcats, NCAAB Buckeyes Of Ohio And Other Teams In Action


College basketball is under way in the final straight of the season that we're almost at the short month of February. Conference playoffs and basketball tournament March Madness is just around the corner and the next weekend there are more important games.
At noon ET, Saturday 5 UConn Huskies will be 23 ranked Louisville Cardinals.
At the same time, the Georgetown Hoyas Villanova Wildcats # 21 compared to # 8.
At 13:00 ET the sixteenth row of Minnesota Golden Golphers cons # 12 team, the Purdue Boilermakers.
Texas A & M Aggies (# 13) and Nebraska corn leaves (not ranked) will meet at 02:00 am ET while Syracuse Orange (# 9) against Marquette at 15:00 EST.
Kentucky Wildcats is to serve 16:00 ET in front of the Georgia Bulldogs. Brigham Young Cougars at the same time is to meet again in New Mexico, Wisconsin and Penn State meet.
the top-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes facing northwest Arkansas, at 06:00 ET while trying to take down Vanderbilt in Nashville at the same time.
Kansas State will face the Kansas Jayhawks instead of 6 to 19:00 and the second, while Rutgers Pittsburgh Panthers at 8:00 pm ET.
One of the better late in games to feature the Tigers of Missouri (# 11), when faced seven ranked Texas Longhorns
The last 25 best teams to take the court on Saturday will be San Diego State, as they seek to recover from his loss to Brigham Young University with a victory over Wyoming in a game that starts at 10:00 pm ET.
Check local listings in your area and on television.


Lakers beat against Cavaliers avenge;55 point


Looking nothing like the NBA champions on two occasions, which have dropped their third straight game, the loss of a magnificent 104-99 Wednesday night to the Cleveland Cavaliers - the worst team in the league, who avenged an embarrassing 55 points against Los Angeles last month.
Ramon Sessions came off the bench and scored 32 points for the Cavaliers, who were beaten by the Lakers 112-57 on Jan. 11. This loss was No. 11 in a series record in the league that eventually reached 26 before Cleveland ended last week with overtime win against the package unless announced in Los Angeles, the Clippers.
Pau Gasol had 30 points and 20 rebounds and the Lakers.
 Playing the final road trip of seven games, the Lakers spent a lot at night, looking as if they were already on vacation. They threw errant passes, forced outside shots and not taking the Cavs down the stretch, despite the frantic comeback.