The Ohio Bobcats fell to the Memphis Tigers last night on the road, 84-58. Ohio kept the game close early in the first half, but the Tigers went on a 20-8 run to finish the half and led by eight at the intermission. In the second half, Memphis would blow past the Bobcats, outscoring Ohio 48-30. The Bobcats struggled offensively, turning it over 17 times and were outscored in the paint 48-22. The Cats were led by D.J. Cooper with 19 points and Jon Smith with 12. Ohio falls to 6-2 with their second loss in a row and will now return home to host Oakland on Saturday. The game can be heard on Power 105 with pre game at 1:30 and tip at 2.
In NCAA basketball Top 25 action last night, #6 Florida dominated Florida State, 72-47. #19 Michigan State blasted Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 76-44 and #23 Oklahoma State ousted South Florida, 61-49.
The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Chicago Bulls last night, 95-85. The Cavs struggles started in the first quarter, putting up just 11 points in the first period to trail by 16. Cleveland would cut the lead to 11 at the half and 10 going into the fourth quarter, but the Cavs’ comeback would just fall short. The Cavaliers were led by Anderson Varejao with 11 points and 15 rebounds and Donald Sloan with 14 points. Cleveland will now travel to Minnesota on Friday night at 8.
Elsewhere in the NBA last night, the LA Lakers handled New Orleans, 103-87. Golden State bested Detroit, 104-97. Boston topped Minnesota, 104-94. Indiana ousted Portland, 99-92. New York edged Charlotte, 100-98. San Antonio blew past Milwaukee, 110-99. Atlanta clipped Denver, 108-104 and Utah topped Orlando, 87-81.
With the Winter Meetings well under way, the Reds remain “still a little ways apart” with Ryan Ludwick according to GM Walt Jocketty. Multiple teams are still in talks with the free agent outfielder as well. Also, the Reds are in discussions with Homer Bailey and Mat Latos for potential long-term deals.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap was named AFC defensive player of the week yesterday. He was the fifth Bengal this season to receive AFC honors. Dunlap had two sacks and two forced fumbles, including one recovery against San Diego on Sunday. He also had five tackles on the day with four quarterback pressures. Cincinnati takes on Dallas on Sunday. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pregame at 11:30 AM and kickoff at 1.
The NHL and the Players’ Association exchanged “proposals” potentially to end the lockout Wednesday after a long session on Tuesday. The two sides have been countering offers for the past two days and NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said he is “pleased with the process”.
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