Saturday, March 23, 2013

News On The Horizon 3/23/2013

Miami Heat rallies again, defeats Detroit Pistons, extends winning streak to 25 games--Miami Herald
Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole each had four steals. Chalmers scored 11, running the Heat’s record to 19-1 when he scores in double figures. Cole harassed the Pistons defensively and made four of five shots on a 10-point night.
Down by seven, the Heat outscored the Pistons 21-9 for the final nine minutes of the third quarter – a run started by three baskets from Wade, including a dunk after he stole Kyle Singler’s pass.

The third-quarter spurt ended with a four-point play (a Shane Battier three and a free throw from Chris Anderson) and a LeBron James layup off a Norris Cole pass in transition.

The Heat’s good work continued into the fourth, with the Wade, James and Norris Cole all delivering pinpoint passes for easy baskets as the Heat stretched the lead to 92-78.

Anderson Nominated for Pepsi MAX Dunk of the

Game #32: Titans To Meet Cougars In WBI Quarterfinals At Calihan Hall On

Preview: UIC at Northern Iowa--The Chicago Tribune
Game #34: Flames Travel to UNI in CIT Round of 16 Saturday

Cully Payne will not return to Loyola--The Chicago Tribune
Loyola Mourns The Passing Of Former Coach And Broadcaster John
Loyola Announces Men's Basketball Roster

Men's basketball: Former UWGB guard transfers to St. Norbert--UWGB Hoops Blog

Video: UWGB women's basketball team leaves for NCAA tournament--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's basketball: Sension, Ranger posting career seasons for Phoenix--Green Bay Press Gazette
Mike Vandermause column: UWGB takes tournament seeding snub in stride--Green Bay Press Gazette
Bayou Bound: Green Bay Opens NCAA Tournament Sunday at

Valpo Recruit Yeo Almost Leads High School Team to Indiana Title--Mid-Major Madness
After memorable season, focus shifts to future for Bryce Drew, Valpo--The Post-Tribune
Crusaders turn to the future following NCAA loss--The NWI Times
Tourney ends early for Crusaders--The Torch
First day of NCAA Tournament completed--The Torch
Selection Sunday viewing party draws crowd--The Torch
Buggs’ effort enhances playing style--The Torch
Broekhoff shot seen as one that saved season--The Torch
OP/ED: March Madness predictions--The Torch

Women's basketball season comes to an end--The Torch

First Four committee steps up, helps WSU sell tickets--Dayton Daily News

PENGUINS basketball--Youngstown Vindicator
Men's Basketball Takes On Canisius in CIT Second

YSU Heads to Toledo for Second Round of

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