Thursday, December 20, 2012

Round 1 Of NBA & Men's College Basketball Scores: 12/20 - Vol. 293 - 1st Edition


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Carmelo Anthony continues
to dominate the Big Apple rivalry
The National Basketball Association was jammed packed with eleven games last night and two were nationally televised as I start off with the Detroit Pistons getting defeated by the Toronto Raptors 97-91 as with 23 points from DeMar DeRozan and Jose Calderon passed out 17 dimes, the Washington Wizards lost to my home city Orlando Magic 90-83 as J. J. Reddick scored 17 points, the Utah Jazz were blasted by the Indiana Pacers 104-84 with 21 points from Gerald Green, the Cleveland Cavaliers were thumped by the Boston Celtics 103-91 as Paul Pierce erupts for 40 points, while the OKC Thunder clipped the wings of the Atlanta Hawks 100-92 with big time double-double from Kevin Durant with 41 basket filling points and 13 rebounds, the Philadelphia 79ers had their bell rung by the Houston Rockets 125-103 as James Harden explodes for 33 points and in the first nationally televised game, the Battle of New York wages on as the Brooklyn Nets were hammered by the New York Knicks 100-86 with 31 points from Carmelo Anthony and make sure you keep it locked to Segment II for Round II of your NBA scores.

Seth Curry was all over Cornell

Men’s College Basketball had a plethora of games as I run down Round I scores as the newly top ranked team in the land in Duke as they lambasted Cornell 88-47 with 20 points from Seth Curry, 5th ranked Louisville muscled past Florida International 79-55 as father Pitino routs son Pitino and Wayne Blackshear finished with 18 points, 6th ranked Indiana outplayed, outperformed, and outdid, Alliteration, I Love It, Mount St. Mary’s 93-54 as Cody Zeller chipped in 16 points, Southeast Louisiana was gatorized by 8th ranked Florida 82-43 with 20 points from Mike Rosario, while the rivalry between Xavier and 11th ranked Cincinnati wages on with Cincy whacking Xavier 60-45 with 25 scorching points from Sean Kilpatrick and 14th ranked Gonzaga walloped Campbell 74-52 as the Bulldogs shoot 49% from the field as I wrap Round I of Men’s College Basketball scores.

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