Monday, January 27, 2014

News On The Horizon 1/27/2014

Heat win Finals rematch, top Spurs 113-101--Miami Herald
Michael Beasley scored 12, Norris Cole scored 11 and Ray Allen added 10 for Miami (32-12). Spoelstra said afterward that nothing is set in stone about Wade's status going forward.

"It was just good to have him out there," Spoelstra said.
The third quarter decided just about everything. Bosh was 4 for 4 from the field, on the way to a 12-point quarter. Miami outrebounded San Antonio 14-3 in the period, with James and Cole each grabbing one more rebound than the entire Spurs roster did collectively.

"It's a bad combination when we're not disciplined enough defensively and they're making shots," Popovich said. "They shot it really well — came with their 'A' game."
Winderman's view: Heat 113, Spurs 101--South Florida Sun Sentinel
-- And Norris Cole also had his moments.
Akron, Cleveland State are ready to grind - Local college basketball this week--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Waters Ties CSU Career Win Mark in Viking Victory--The Cleveland Fan
Cleveland State 69, Valparaiso 50--Cleveland State Hoops

Women's Basketball Continues Roadswing At Valparaiso Monday

Detroit vs. Green Bay Game Recap: Titans Put Scare into Phoenix--Mid-Major Madness
Ducks flex ‘D’ at Cougs--The Register-Guard
Keifer Sykes leads Green Bay past Detroit Mercy, 62-52--The Detroit Free Press
Detroit Tripped Up by Green Bay 62-52--Titans Update
Late Run Lifts The Phoenix Past Detroit,

Oakland clips UIC on Duke Mondy’s three-pointer (VIDEO)--CollegeBasketballTalk
Duke Mondy hits buzzer-beater to give Oakland much-needed win (Video)--The Dagger
VIDEO: Oakland's Duke Mondy drills a 3 to beat UIC--Eye On College Basketball
After improbable start to career, Oakland's Travis Bader closing in on NCAA record for three-pointers made--The Detroit Free Press

Cleveland State 74, UIC 64--The Catch and Shoot
WATCH: Duke Mondy Hits Buzzer-Beater To Defeat UIC--The Catch and Shoot
UIC Drops Heartbreaker At Oakland--The Catch and Shoot
Illinois College Basketball Rankings for the Week of Jan. 27--The Catch and Shoot
13. UIC (5-16, 0-7 Horizon). Last week: 13

UIC’s season of heartbreak continued at Oakland on Saturday. The Flames lost a double-digit lead in the second half, and Golden Grizzly guard Duke Mondy drained a buzzer-beater to cap off the comeback.
Mid-Major Rankings for the Week of Jan. 27--The Catch and Shoot
5. Green Bay (17-3, 7-0 Horizon). Last week: 5

Green Bay continued its Horizon League dominance with wins against Oakland and Detroit last week. The Phoenix are back on the road Wednesday to face Valparaiso.

Women’s basketball wins No. 4--UIC News

Night Court--Eye On College Basketball
Other outcomes of note:
Green Bay is 7-0 in the Horizon, beating Detroit behind 22 points and eight rebounds from Keifer Sykes.
Green Bay Gets Win against Detroit 62-52--Phoenix Fever
Defense Drives Green Bay's 12th-Straight

MUTKA: Lindner recalls high-octane days with Bartow--The Post-Tribune
Halfway PPS All Conference Candidates--College Basketball PPS

Women’s Basketball: Cleveland State at Valparaiso--The Post-Tribune
Vikings Visit ARC Monday

Donlon and Donlon--The Mid-Majority

Last-second survival: Penguins outlast WSU--Youngstown Vindicator
YSU’s Perry doesn’t settle for mediocre--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle

Why athletics are so important to YSU--Penguin Insider
Leading the way--The Jambar

Green Bay Remains Undefeated in #HLMBB Play--Horizon League Network
Sykes Sets Record with Sixth #HLMBB Weekly Honor--Horizon League Network

Lukan Named Player of the Week, Anderson Earns Freshman Honors--Horizon League Network

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