Monday, March 26, 2012

News On The Horizon 3/26/2012

Utah Jazz lose quadruple-OT game to Hawks, 139-133--Deseret News

All five Jazz starters logged 50 minutes or more, led by Gordon Hayward's 57-minute effort.

Jazz-Nets: Report card--Deseret News

Guards: Monday didn't mark the finest performance of the season for either Gordon Hayward or Devin Harris as the two shot 3-of-8 and 3-of-9, respectively. Alec Burks' minutes continue to rise. The rookie scored 15 points and grabbed five rebounds in 31 minutes. Burks has now logged 20 or more minutes in seven of the past eight games. Former Jazz superstar Deron Williams may have tallied 11 assists, but he shot 7-of-21 from the field. GRADE: B

NBA: Jazz lose to Hawks 139-133 in quadruple overtime--Salt Lake Tribune
College basketball notebook: Butler's Brad Stevens out of Illini's sights; Ohio's John Groce next?--The Indy Star

Miami Heat hits bumpy road, loses to Indiana Pacers--Miami Herald

The Heat’s points guards were grossly outplayed for the second night in a row. Pacers starter Darren Collison finished with 20 points and was too quick for Mario Chalmers to guard one-on-one. Chalmers finished with 13 points and reserve guard Norris Cole was held scoreless in 20 minutes.

Pacers pound Heat 105-90; Spoelstra: 'It's been a struggle for us'--South Florida Sun Sentinel

Indiana carried that energy into the second half behind the play of Collison and Granger. Collison got the better of Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole, the second straight game the Heat were outplayed at point guard.

Averkamp Named Horizon League Scholar-Athlete Of The Month For

Women's basketball: UWGB is losing brightest star but still expects to shine--Green Bay Press Gazette

Report: Rob Jeter to Mississippi State--PantherU

Broekhoff Named AP Honorable Mention

YSU has familiar face in unfamiliar place--Youngstown Vindicator

Knoppe and Averkamp Earn Scholar-Athlete of the Month Honors--Horizon League Network

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