Bet Jamaica Daily Sports Roundup: March 24

by Dirty on March 24, 2010

Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Penguins take on the Capitals on the ice, while the Lakers meet the Spurs, and the Cavs seek a win over the Hornets.

Tipping off on the hardwood . . .

The  NBA has 11 games on its schedule for Wednesday, including Cleveland at New Orleans. LeBron James and the Cavaliers enter Thursday’s road matchup riding a seven-game winning streak that has put them at 56-15 SU and 34-35-2 ATS on the season. Cleveland beat Detroit 104-79 in their last game on Sunday, with James scoring 15 points to go along with seven assists. The Cavs got past the Hornets 105-95 as an 11.5-point home favorite in their first meeting of the season back on February 23. James picked up 20 points in that victory, while New Orleans played without Chris Paul – who returned from injury Monday night.

Also on the NBA hardwood on Wednesday: Orlando at Atlanta, Utah at Toronto, Minnesota at Charlotte, Washington at Indiana, Denver at Boston, Sacramento at New Jersey, Houston at Oklahoma City, Philadelphia at Milwaukee, Memphis at Golden State, and the Lakers at San Antonio. Los Angeles has won six games in a row heading into Wednesday night, which puts them at 52-18 SU and 29-39-2 ATS on the season. The Lakers got past Washington 99-92 in their last game on Sunday, and they’re 1-1 against San Antonio so far this season. Los Angeles claimed the last meeting between the teams 101-89 at home back on February 8.

As well, the National Invitational Tournament finishes off its quarterfinal round on Wednesday night with Rhode Island vs. Virginia Tech and Dayton vs. Illinois. There are also semifinal games in both the CBI and CIT events on Wednesday night; the CBI offers up Boston University vs. VCU and Princeton vs. Saint Louis, and in the CIT it’ll be Pacific vs. Appalachian State and Creighton vs. Missouri State. The NCAA Tournament continues with its Sweet 16 round Thursday night.

Taking a trip around the rink . . .

Finally, the NHL offers up six games on Wednesday, with the Islanders at the Rangers, Montreal at Buffalo, St. Louis at Detroit, Los Angeles at Colorado, Anaheim at Vancouver, and Pittsburgh at Washington. The 48-14-10 Capitals are riding high atop the Eastern Conference standings with 106 points heading into their Thursday matchup, and they’re 7-1-2 in their last 10 contests. Washington is also 2-0 against Pittsburgh so far this season, winning the most recent meeting 5-4 in overtime at home on February 7. Alex Ovechkin had a hat trick in that win.

Betjamaica the players paradise

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: