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Tonight in the NBA: Mavs try to end skid vs. Heat

Heat at Mavericks, 7:30 p.m.
Dirk Nowitzki's performance in Dallas' latest win had coach Rick Carlisle gushing, and the Mavericks' star is on the verge of moving up another rung on the NBA's scoring list.

While Nowitzki has performed well in recent games against the Miami Heat, it hasn't been enough for the Mavericks to earn their first win in the series since the 2011 NBA finals clincher.

With LeBron James having departed Miami, the Mavericks will try to end their six-game skid to the Heat and earn their fifth victory in six contests Sunday night (see full preview).

Kings at Thunder, 7 p.m.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have managed to be competitive in all but one of their games despite injuries to stars Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant, as well as other personnel losses that have left them with only eight available players most nights.

Wins haven't been easy to come by, however, and that may continue to be the case Sunday night when they host the Sacramento Kings - one of the hottest teams in the NBA.

The Thunder (1-5) rank at the bottom of the NBA with 90.5 points per game, a far cry from the 106.2 they averaged last season (see full preview).

Hornets at Lakers, 9:30 p.m.
Having four days off between games has given the Los Angeles Lakers a badly needed chance to regroup and prepare themselves to end the franchise's worst start in 57 years.

The Lakers again try for their first victory Sunday night against the visiting Charlotte Hornets.
Kobe Bryant was obviously frustrated Tuesday after scoring 39 points in a 112-106 home loss to Phoenix, but he also tried sending a message of hope to his teammates

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Elite 8 Matchup Preview: Kentucky Wildcats vs. West Virginia Mountaineers

The No. 2 seed West Virginia Mountaineers will be facing the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday March 27, 2010 in Syracuse. has the Kentucky Wildcats as the favorites by 4 points.

Both teams had very good games in their Sweet 16 matchups, each winning by a large margin, Kentucky 62 – Cornell 45 and West Virginia 69 – Washington 56.

The Cornell Big Red were able to limit the Kentucky Wildcats to just 62 points and 2 of 16 from three point land. The West Virginia Mountaineers, which are 11th in the country in overall defense, will probably be able to hold the Kentucky Wildcat’s offensive attack in check. And unlike the Cornell Big Red, the West Virginia Mountaineers have the physical strength to stay very close in the battle for rebounds and have a well rounded offensive attack that is far more diverse than hoping their three point shots fall in.

Unlike other top seeds, the Kentucky Wildcats have dominated their first three opponents of the NCAA tournament, winning by an average of over 20 or more points per game. Yes, this team is not perfect and they have their own issues, weak 3point shooting and way too many turnovers. But they are physically bigger than every opponent they play. The triple threat Wall, longer, Cousins, bigger, and Bledsoe, faster. The Kentucky Wildcats' defense is not given enough credit, most people just concentrate on their offense, but their defense makes up for some the noted weaknesses.

West Virginia Mountaineers Butler and Jones have played well in the tournament and present the Kentucky Wildcats with difficult match ups on defense.

If the West Virginia Mountaineer’s turnover problems show up again and Butler doesn’t come up big against the Kentucky Wildcats, then the Mountaineers are pretty much done, pack your bags and get ready to go home. However the West Virginia Mountaineers are also playing very good defense, not letting a team to score more than 60 points since the end of the regular season. The West Virginia Mountaineers are 13 - 0 this season when holding a team under 60 points. This is the fourth time a Bob Hugginscoached team has reached the Elite 8, with Bob Huggins going 1 and 2 in the previous three Elite 8 games.

Saturday’s game could well come down to which team gets the most boards. The West Virginia Mountaineers, which are 2nd in the nation grabbing offensive boards, murdered the Washington Huskies on rebounding and are 25 - 3 this year when out rebounding the other team. But with PatrickPatterson, DeMarcus Cousinsand Daniel Orton,to name a few, Kentucky is a very good rebounding team and will have the big boys on their side to give them the advantage in the frontcourt.

With the spread at 4 points and the over / under at 133.5, as listed on, I believe the Kentucky Wildcats will be able to cover the spread, but this will be a nail biter.

CBB: Late Round Conference Tournament Trends

As we get deeper into all of the major conference tourney’s, it’s a good time for a reminder about some of the late round trends that have formed in many of the conferences. Hopefully you’ve been following some of the information from earlier in the week as the winners have been flowing. Get in on the action for all the important games this weekend at While there be sure to get late breaking info on the GAME MATCHUPS pages.

Big East Conference

- A strange pattern has developed in the Big East tournament title game, with underdogs and favorites alternating ATS wins EVERY YEAR since ’98. Accordingly, the UNDERDOG is scheduled to cover in ’10 after Louisville’s chalk win over Syracuse last spring.

Atlantic 10 Conference

- The A-10 title game has been anything but competitive, with underdogs having won just once in the last 10 years (1-8 ATS 11.1%).


- With Memphis dominating the proceedings, the FAVORITES turn the tables in the semifinal round, having gone 17-3 SU & 12-8 ATS (60%) over the L10 years. The Tigers have won four straight title games as favorites as well, going 3-1 ATS (75%). Since 2006, UNDER the total is 10-2 (83.3%) in the C-USA semifinal & final games.

Mountain West Conference

- FAVORITES have done well late in the last three MWC tourney’s, going 7-1 SU & ATS (87.5%) over the last three years in the semi’s and title games. Note: last year’s championship game was a pick em’ pointspread.

Pac 10 Conference

- UNDERDOGS stand a much better chance of covering late in the Pac 10 Tournament, 11-7-1 ATS (61.1%) since ’03 in the semi’s and title games.

Big Ten Conference

- Similarly, FAVORITES own a 5-1 SU & 4-2 ATS mark in the semifinals of the L3 Big Ten tourney’s after going just 1-11 ATS prior.

Atlantic Coast Conference

- Semifinal UNDERDOGS are even better than previous rounds, 15-6-1 ATS (71.4%) since ’99. It’s not until the ACC title game where FAVORITES take over, 10-1 SU & 6-3-2 ATS (66.7%) since ’99.

Mid-American Conference

- The MAC title game has seen the FAVORITE go 9-3 SU & ATS (75%) since its inception. The straight up winner is 12-0 ATS.

Southeastern Conference

- In the last nine SEC Tournament championship games, the UNDER is 8-1 (88.9%), and the UNDERDOGS are 4-5 SU & 5-3-1 ATS (62.5%).

Western Athletic Conference

- Eight of the L10 (80%) WAC semifinal contests have gone OVER the posted total. Amazingly, in that same stretch, all five WAC title games exceeded the total as well. If you’re combining those numbers, it’s 13-2 (87%) OVER for the last five years.

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