Bet Jamaica Daily Sports Roundup: March 17

by Dirty on March 17, 2010

Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The NIT continues with nine games, while the Spurs pay a visit to the Magic, and the Blackhawks try for a win in Anaheim.

Tipping off on the hardwood . . .

There are 11 games on the NBA’s schedule for Wednesday, with Oklahoma City at Charlotte, Atlanta at Toronto, New Jersey at Philadelphia, New York at Boston, Indiana at Cleveland, Memphis at Houston, Chicago at Dallas, Minnesota at Utah, New Orleans at Golden State, Milwaukee at the Clippers, and San Antonio at Orlando. The Magic (47-21 SU, 35-30-3 ATS) will be looking to bounce back from a loss to Charlotte when they take to the court at home against the Spurs on Wednesday night. Orlando fell 96-89 at home to the Bobcats on Sunday, scoring just 36 points in the second half. Dwight Howard scored 27 points in that defeat.

The first round of the NIT continues on Wednesday with Quinnipiac vs. Virginia Tech, Tulsa vs. Kent State, Northwestern vs. Rhode Island, Illinois State vs. Dayton, Weber State vs. Cincinnati, Troy vs. Mississippi, Nevada vs. Wichita State, St. John’s vs. Memphis, and Illinois vs. Stony Brook. In the CBI on Wednesday the matchups are Duquesne vs. Princeton, IUPUI vs. Hofstra, Colorado State vs. Morehead State, Boston University vs. Oregon State, Green Bay vs. Akron, and College of Charleston vs. Eastern Kentucky. And the CIT on Wednesday has Harvard vs. Appalachian State, Middle Tennessee vs. Missouri State, Portland vs. Northern Colorado, and finally Pacific vs. Loyola Marymount.

Taking a trip around the rink . . .

As well, there are three games on the National Hockey League schedule for Wednesday, with Pittsburgh at New Jersey, Calgary at Colorado, and Chicago at Anaheim. The 44-18-6 Blackhawks will be looking to put an end to a two-game losing streak, as they fell 4-3 in overtime to Washington on Sunday. Chicago had a 3-0 lead in that contest before collapsing in the third period. The 31-29-8 Ducks got past San Jose 4-2 in their last game on Sunday, with Bobby Ryan picking up a goal and an assist. Anaheim is up 2-1 in the season set with the Blackhawks. Defenseman Brian Campbell (upper body) is out of action indefinitely for Chicago.

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