The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Washington Wizards last night, 96-83. The Cavs trailed by six at the break and had the same deficit after three, but could not jump on top. Cleveland scored just 11 points in the fourth quarter and as a team on the game the Cavs shot just 2-of-18 from deep and 38 percent from the field. Cleveland was led by Luol Deng with 17 points and 7 rebounds and newcomer Spencer Hawes poured in a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds. The Cavs will now host the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night at 7.
Elsewhere in the NBA on Sunday, Portland bested Minnesota, 108-97. Brooklyn topped the LA Lakers, 108-102. Houston outlasted Phoenix, 115-112. Sacramento handled Denver, 109-95. Toronto toppled Orlando, 105-90. Miami ousted Chicago, 93-79 and the LA Clippers defeated Oklahoma City, 125-117.
Ohio baseball fell to UNC-Wilmington yesterday in the finale of a three-game weekend series, 9-1. UNC-Wilmington raced out to a 5-0 lead and never looked back. Ohio’s only run came in the ninth on a Ty Black RBI single. Ohio baseball returns to action on Friday as they visit Georgia Southern.
Ohio softball finished off a 4-1 weekend with a victory over Northwestern State yesterday, 7-6 in eight innings. The 12-1 Bobcats scored three runs in extras to pick up the win behind an Alexandria Basquez RBI double and a Madison Claytor two-run homer. Ohio softball heads to Mississippi for the Gulf Coast Softball classic this weekend.
In NCAA top 25 play last night, #11 Creighton edged Seton Hall, 72-71. #20 Michigan knocked off #13 Michigan State, 79-70 and SMU upset #21 UConn, 64-55.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. took home the Daytona 500 yesterday despite having to deal with a six-hour rain delay and multiple wrecks. For Earnhardt Jr., it was his first win in Daytona since 2004.
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