Bet Jamaica Daily Sports Roundup: March 1

by Dirty on March 1, 2010

Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Cavaliers play host to the Knicks, Georgetown takes on West Virginia, and the NHL returns to the ice in Colorado.

Tipping off on the hardwood . . .

There are nine games on the NBA’s schedule for Monday, with Orlando at Philadelphia, Dallas at Charlotte, San Antonio at New Orleans, Atlanta at Chicago, Portland at Memphis, Toronto at Houston, Denver at Phoenix, Utah at the Clippers, and New York at Cleveland. The Cavaliers (46-14 SU, 29-29-2 ATS) won their third straight game on Friday, getting past the Raptors 126-118 in Toronto. LeBron James was good for 36 points in that contest. The Knicks (20-38 SU, 26-32 ATS) fell 120-109 to the Grizzlies in their last game on Saturday night.

As well, the marquee college basketball games on Monday are Oklahoma at Texas, and Georgetown at West Virginia. The Hoyas (19-8 SU, 12-11 ATS) fell 78-64 to Notre Dame at home in their last game on Saturday. Greg Monroe had a team-high 15 points for Georgetown in that loss, while Hollis Thompson and Jason Clark each picked up 12 points. The Mountaineers (22-6 SU, 11-16 ATS) are coming off a 74-68 win over Cincinnati on Saturday. Kevin Jones tossed in 15 points for West Virginia on that day, and Darryl Bryant was good for 14 points.

Taking a trip around the rink . . .

Finally, the National Hockey League returns from its Olympic break with a single game on the schedule for Monday, as Colorado hosts Detroit. The Red Wings entered the break with a record of 28-21-12, which ties them with Dallas for ninth place in the Western Conference standings. The Avalanche are a surprising 35-20-6 so far this year, and with 76 points they’re tied with Vancouver for first place in the Northwest Division. The Avalanche fell 3-0 to Los Angeles in their last game on February 13, while the Wings’ last outing was a 4-1 win over the Sens.

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