Bet Jamaica Daily Sports Roundup: March 10

by Dirty on March 10, 2010

Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Blackhawks play host to the Kings, the Mavs get a visit from the Nets, and the Big 12 tournament begins in Kansas City.

Tipping off on the hardwood . . .

The NBA has nine games on tap for Wednesday, with Charlotte at Philadelphia, Memphis at Boston, Utah at Detroit, the Clippers at Miami, Denver at Minnesota, New Orleans at Oklahoma City, Toronto at Sacramento, New York at San Antonio, and New Jersey at Dallas. The Nets (7-56 SU, 24-37-2 ATS) grabbed a rare win on Saturday over New York, but they picked up their 56th loss of the year on Monday in Memphis (107-101). The Mavericks (44-21 SU, 28-36-1 ATS) won their 12th game in a row on Monday, beating the T-Wolves 125-112 in Minnesota. Shawn Marion had 29 points to go along with 14 boards in the victory.

As well, the Big East Tournament continues Wednesday, while the Conference USA, Mountain West, Pacific-10, and Big 12 tourneys get underway. The four Big 12 matchups at Kansas City’s Sprint Center on Wednesday are Texas Tech vs. Colorado, Nebraska vs. Missouri, Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State, and Iowa State vs. Texas. The Longhorns (23-8 SU, 11-16 ATS) lost 92-77 to Baylor in their regular-season finale on Saturday, but they beat Iowa State 90-83 on the road when the two teams met on January 13. The Cyclones (15-16 SU, 15-13 ATS) beat Kansas State 85-82 in OT last game, getting 19 points from Craig Brackins.

Taking a trip around the rink . . .

Finally, there are five games on the National Hockey League’s schedule for Wednesday, with Dallas at Buffalo, the Rangers at New Jersey, Carolina at Washington, Vancouver at Phoenix, and Los Angeles at Chicago. The 39-22-4 Kings rolled to a 6-0 win over Columbus in their last game on Monday, with Jon Quick having to make just 11 saves. Alexander Frolov turned in a four-point effort. The 43-17-5 Blackhawks are coming off a 5-4 loss to Detroit on Sunday afternoon, with Cristobal Huet giving up four goals on 17 shots before getting pulled. Andrew Ladd had a hat trick in the loss, and Duncan Keith had two points.

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