Posts Tagged ‘College Sports’

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  1. Bulls extinguish Heat. How many times have we seen a game like this?  A team leads the whole game, in this case the Heat, albeit when it matters most, they trail! Leading the whole game, the Heat did, until late in the third quarter when Derrick Rose drove in for a lay up!  It was all Bulls after that, putting the lead up to nine points at one instance!  Chris Bosh shot poorly (1-18 from the field), in the Heat’s 93-89 loss to the Bulls.
  2. Martin led all scorers, with 18.

    Mello?  Nah, they’ve got the yellow! The Nuggets, with Raymond Felton, and without Billups and Anthony, beat the Celtics last night, in a game that was really the Nuggets from the start of the second quarter!  While the Celtics were without Kendrick Perkins (shipped to Oklahoma for Jeff Green), they still had their big three, leaving the question, are the Nuggets really actually good after this trade?  I think not, but they did just beat the Celtics 89-75….. Newly acquired Wilson Chandler chimed in 16 points and five rebounds off the bench.

  3. Overtime! Over-rated! When I say upset, your mind should immediately think “Big East!?”  Seeing as that conference is strong all around, boasting many upsets. The most recent one came last night, as Marquette walked into UCONN unranked, and walked out leaving Kemba Walker unhappy.  In overtime, the away team winning is very rare,  especially at the University of Connecticut!  Regardless,  Calhoun-less UCONN lost 74-67!

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“He’s a diaper dandy baby!” Is exactly what you can expect to hear, along with a ruckus Cameron Indoor crowd, if you tune in to ESPN at Nine O’clock eastern time tomorrow night, as the defending champion Duke, faces long time rival North Carolina.  NOTE:  North Carolina doesn’t even have a ten mile bus trip from their campus to Duke’s.

Will the absence of Kyrie Irving be enough to give North Carolina the W? At Chapel Hill… Yes… But as Cameron, certainly not!  The seldom boastful Blue Devils are actually improving as of late, and coping with the fact that their freshman point guard may not come back at all this year.  The home crowd advantage certainly gives Singler’s Blue Devils the upper hand.

Will the absence of Larry Drew hurt North Carolina?  In this match up, yes.  In the rest of the season?  I believe not.  Listen,  Larry drew played over twenty minutes a game, but his numbers weren’t too great (four points a game), and I believe that he’s not valuable to hurt the Tar Heels…  At least not in catastrophic fashion.

Singler and Smith are just too much baby!  The two “diaper dandies” are going to be mystical in primetime tomorrow!  The senior leadership is something that benefits Duke greatly obviously, and is something the Tar heels lack!

Why Duke will indeed win.  As previously stated above, Duke has the advantage in senior leadership and the game is at Cameron for them.  Albeit, Duke’s shooters (Dawkins, Curry, etc.) have came on for them as of late and particularly at home.  Duke’s amazing shooting is what will give them the huge edge.  Duke 88 UNC 71