#1 was an 83-82 decision over Chicago on Dec. 16 von miaowang123 07.03.2019 03:19

MADISON, Wis. -- Prairie View A&M coach Byron Rimm said his team was just trying to work on a few things against No. 4 Wisconsin. Now its time for the Panthers to get home for conference play. Prairie View wrapped up a nine-game road swing Saturday with its eighth loss on the trip, 80-43 against the No. 4 Badgers. The Panthers fell behind early and never really challenged Wisconsin. "I hate to say it, but its almost like a glorified practice for us to see if we can get some stuff done," Rimm said. "We are still trying to win the game, but weve got to be realistic at a game like this." The Badgers, meanwhile, are turning their focus toward the Big Ten, starting Thursday at Northwestern, and Frank Kaminsky said his expectation is a conference title. "I think you talk to anyone in our locker room, theyll say the same thing," Kaminsky said. "We were so close last year. To not come away with it in the Big Ten tournament left a sour taste in our mouths. We really want it this year, and were going to do everything we can to get that." That may have seemed like bold talk heading into the season with Wisconsin needing to replace its entire starting front line after the departures of Jared Berggren, Mike Bruesewitz and Ryan Evans. But Saturdays win improved Wisconsins record to 13-0, the Badgers best start since the 1913-14 squad went 15-0. Playing for the first time in two weeks, the Badgers were a little rusty from 3-point range. But everything else was working as they dominated at the free throw line and on the boards while committing just two turnovers. Prairie View (2-10) went to a zone defence early, which helped slow down the Badgers somewhat offensively as they shot just 9 of 27 from behind the arc. They averaged making better than 40 per cent of their 3-pointers coming in. But that defensive approach also seemed to open up holes in the Panthers defence when it came to the boards. Wisconsin outrebounded Prairie View 42-25 while turning 16 offensive rebounds into 19 points. "Sometimes, a zone will allow that to happen, not that it tries to," Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan said. "But again, we did have a height advantage, but that doesnt always mean youre going to rebound. But we were opportunistic. We moved our feet. I thought we got in good position to get the misses that were out there." Rimm said he thought the Panthers could use their lack of size to drive against the Badgers. But that didnt translate to the free throw line, where they were just 3 of 4 compared to Wisconsins 21 of 28. Though the Panthers werent terribly sloppy with the ball, committing 13 turnovers, Wisconsin turned those mistakes into 17 points. Prairie View only had two points off the Badgers two turnovers. Montrael Scott scored 14 to lead the Panthers, who return home Jan. 4 to take on Southern in the Panthers conference opener. The Badgers opened the game by outscoring Prairie View 23-6 over the first 10 minutes and were never challenged. Sam Dekker scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, his third career double-double, to lead the Badgers, while Ben Brust added 11. Kaminsky and Nigel Hayes each scored 10 points apiece with Kaminsky adding seven rebounds and Hayes three blocks. Still, it was Hayes alley-oop to Dekker in the second half that had the players buzzing after the game. With the two of them on a fast break, Hayes lofted the ball over a defender and well off the rim to Dekker, who reached back with one hand fully extended to slam it down. Ryan said he caught "a lot of eyes looking up at the replay thing while we were sitting there at the timeout" that followed the dunk, adding he had no idea how Dekker was able to catch the ball. Hayes, somewhat in jest, said there was a reason behind the somewhat off target pass, saying if he put it close to the rim for a Dekker dunk, the best the highlight would have done was the nightly news in Wisconsin. "If I throw the ball high, almost out of bounds, behind the backboard, Sam dunks it, were talking SportsCenter top 10," Hayes said. "So, you know, all credit to Sam. Thanks for making me look good." Yeezy Shoes Wholesale .com) - The Toronto Maple Leafs will try to play spoiler as the Los Angeles Kings will try to match their longest winning streak in over four years in Thursdays battle at Staples Center. Cheap Yeezy Authentic . - Rookie Tesho Akindele scored three goals and Fabian Castillo added two in FC Dallas 5-0 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night. http://www.cheapyeezyaustralia.com/ . There are practical ideas, like this Chewbaca inspired Star Wars jerseys. Star Wars themed jerseys for the Toledo Mud Hens. 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"Youve got to stay defensively sound with him (Irving)," said Ross, who spent much of the game defending the dynamic point guard. "He can score. And defensively if you slow him down, you slow the team down." All-Star DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry scored 14 points apiece in the win. Toronto is third in the Eastern Conference standings -- one-half game ahead of Chicago -- and has a four-game lead on Brooklyn in the Atlantic. The Raptors are trying to move six games over .500 for the first time since Feb. 24, 2010. The Raptors are 10-3 at home since New Years Day and are averaging 93.2 ppg at Air Canada Centre in that stretch. DeRozan has helped that cause and is posting an average of 25.1 points this month (9 games). Orlando will begin a four-game road trip Sunday agaiinst Toronto, Washington, Philadelphia and Miami, and has lost 14 in a row as the visitor.dddddddddddd Its the longest road skid since a 16-game drought from Jan. 27-March 21, 2006. The Magics last road victory was an 83-82 decision over Chicago on Dec. 16. However, the Magic have won four of their last seven games -- all at home -- and ended a three-game losing streak with Fridays 129-121 double-overtime triumph versus the New York Knicks. Arron Afflalo scored 32 points and rookie Victor Oladipo posted 30 points, a career-high 14 assists and nine rebounds for the Magic, who overcame a 14- point deficit in the second half and had a 16-8 advantage in the second OT. "I really feel like I havent scratched the surface of how good Im going to be. I honestly believe that," Oladipo said. Afflalo tied the game at 106-106 on a jump shot with 42.9 seconds left in regulation, but Nikola Vucevic missed a layup to win it. He also missed on a shot at the end of the first overtime and finished with 14 points and 15 boards. Tobias Harris had 22 points for the Magic. Afflalo (ankle) is expected to miss Sundays game at Toronto, which handed the Magic a 98-83 setback on Jan. 29 at Air Canada Centre. The two teams will meet again March 30 in Orlando. The Raptors have won five in a row against the Magic and are unbeaten in the previous three encounters north of the border. ' ' '

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