The Western Conference takes center stage on this weekend’s NBA schedule, and a look at the West wouldn’t be complete without an evaluation of the red-hot Los Angeles Lakers.
Ohio State was the most dominant of the No. 1 seeds during the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, but they didn’t face a team with Kentucky’s talent level.
Bettors are faced with a lot of moving parts for Thursday night’s Sweet 16 matchup between West Region No. 1 seed Duke (32-4 SU, 20-15 ATS) and No. 5 Arizona (29-7 SU, 18-15-1 ATS) at the Honda Center in Anaheim (9:45 PM ET, CBS).
Just like last year, a No. 10, a No. 11, and a No. 12 seed have made it to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16. For their backers' sake they had all better put up a more profitable showing than did their counterparts in 2010.
By all accounts, rising star Phil Davis is going to be a contender in the UFC’s light heavyweight division.
As the NHL Regular Season nears its end, many teams are left fighting for the last playoff spots, while others have already given up hope. Who should you roll with, and who should you avoid.
This week NASCAR heads to Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee for the Jeff Byrd 500. Sprint Cup’s fourth point race of the season gets underway today.
Don’t think winning a conference tournament matters? Just ask Washington as it gets set to take on Georgia in East Region action on Friday night at Time Warner Cable Arena.
It is number ten versus number seven in the South East region of the Big Dance on Thursday when the Michigan State Spartans take on the UCLA Bruins.
The 2011 NCAA tournament arrived with Tuesday night’s first set of First Four games, and if you haven’t already, it’s time to digest some trends before the NCAA Tournament really gets rolling on Thursday.