Central Minnesota Sports Round Up
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Mar 28, 2014 at 4:43 am
Sports for Friday, March 28th
NBA: Wolves host Lakers, tip off tonight at 7pm
- Wolves are 1-3 in their last four
- Philadelphia 76ers lost their 26th game in a row last night 120-98 to the Houston Rockets. They have not won a game since January 29th (58 days). Since then the Olympics started and finished and the Seahawks won the Super Bowl.
NHL: Blues 5, Wild 1
- TJ Oshie scored his first ever hat trick
- The lone foal for the Wild was scored by Zach Parise
- Wild are off tonight, take on the Coyotes tomorrow night
MLB: Red Sox 4, Twins 1
- Twins only had 6 hits
- Centerfielder Alex Presley was claimed by the Astros when the Twins tried to send him to the minors.
- Scott Diamond made it through waivers and will report to Rochester
- Twins vs. Red Sox today at 12:05, tomorrow will be the final spring training game.
- Regular Season for the Twins starts Monday against the White Sox
- Tigers signed Miguel Cabrera to a 10 year, 292 million dollar contract. Last year the Houston Astros paid 24.3 million for their entire roster
College Hockey: St. Cloud State was given the 3rd seed in the West Regional. They will take on Notre Dame in the first round, Saturday night. Williams Integracare pregame starts at 7:30pm
- Minnesota was given the #1 seed in the West Region and will take on Robert Morris, which will take place before the Huskies.
- North Dakota got the 4 seed in the Midwest Region and will face top seeded Wisconsin Friday in Cincinnati.
Winner of the two games will face off on Sunday, pregame starts at 6pm on KNSI.
East Bracket from last night
(11) Dayton 82 - (10) Stanford 72
(1) Florida 79 - (4) UCLA 68
Florida and Dayton will face off Saturday in the Elite Eight
(2) Wisconsin 69 - (6) Baylor 52
(1) Arizona 70 - (4) San Diego State 64
Arizona and Wisconsin will face off Saturday in the Elite Eight
Schedule for tonight:
6:15 tip off
(11) Tennessee vs. (2) Michigan
6:27 tip off
(7) UConn vs. (3) Iowa State
8:45 tip off
(8) Kentucky vs. (4) Louisville
8:57 tip off
(4) Michigan State vs. (1) Virginia
NFL: Ravens Running Back Ray Rice was indicted on one count of aggravated assault after allegeldy attacking his fiancee at a New Jersey casino. If convicted he faces 3-5 years in jail. He averaged a career low 3.1 yards per carry last season.
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