How they Arrived in Atlanta Shockers: Defeated #8 Pitt (73-55) #1 Gonzaga (76-70) #13 La Salle (72-58) #2 Ohio State (70-66) Cardinals: Defeated #16 North Carolina A&T (79-48) #8 Colorado State (82-56) #12 Oregon (77-69) #2 Duke (85-63) Tournament Offensive Averages Shockers: 72.7 PPG 38.5 RPG 12.0 APG 42.7 FG% 7.2 3PT/G Cardinals: 80.7 PPG [...]
“It’s about damn time!” Those were the exact words uttered by Lebron James to describe his first NBA title. It was bound to happen eventually, right? Well, I’m sure there are plenty of you who thought (and prayed) otherwise. Still, James ability to finally get over the top was certainly not the easiest thing to [...]
#4 Louisville Cardinals (30-9, 10-8 Big East) vs. #1 Kentucky Wildcats (36-2, 16-0 SEC) Line: Wildcats (-8.5) How They Arrived in New Orleans: Cardinals Defeated #13 Davidson (69-62) D. #5 New Mexico (59-56) D. #1 Michigan State (57-44) D. #7 Florida (72-68) Wildcats D. #16 Western Kentucky (81-66) D. #8 Iowa State (87-71) D. #4 [...]
By Sportsglutton Last night the Sacramento Kings concluded their season with an OT loss the LA Lakers in front of a standing room only crowd at Power Bar Pavilion (formerly known as the great Arco Arena). With a proposed move to Anaheim pending, the game was in all likelihood the fitting conclusion to the franchise’s existence in [...]
The NCAA Tournament concludes tonight with #8 Butler facing off against #3 Connecticut and sports-glutton.com’s very own Sportsgrinder will be taking in all the action and tweeting from the Peppermill Sportsbook in Reno, Nevada. Be sure to follow him on Twitter tonight and if you find Sportsgrinder…the first beer is on us.
By Sportsgrinder April 2nd (Houston, Texas) # 4 Kentuck Wildcats (29-8, 10-6 SEC) vs. # 3 Connecticut Huskies (30-9, 9-9 Big East) (+ 2.0) Regular Season Offensive Averages (National Rank/Conference Rank) Kentucky Wildcats: 75.4 PPG (33rd/2nd) 12.7 (173rd/5th) 37.4 RPG (50th/4th) 46.3 FG% (42nd/2nd) Connecticut Huskies: 73.3 PPG (60th/7th) 13.1 APG (153rd/13th) 39.4 RPG [...]
By Sportsglutton The 2011 NCAA Tournament has turned out to be one of the most memorable/historic tournaments of all time. Overtimes, last minute buckets, and the long list of upsets has created an equal amount of excitement and frustration for everyone who filled out a bracket this year. But unless you’re one of the two [...]