Friday, February 3, 2006

Late breaking information as game time approaches, and advanced news and notes
Friday, February 3, 2006
It’s the MAAC Total of the Year tonight among 7-0. Remember on Monday our OVC Total of the Year was a piece of cake on Tennessee-Martin and EKU going way over the total. We improve to 2-0 with conference Total of the Year plays tonight.
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Press Notes
The Griffs are 3-6 on the road this season, including 2-2 in league play, and are 3-2 in their last five overall on the road. Iona had a seven-game win streak snapped at home Monday night with a 76-72 loss to Saint Peter’s. The Gaels have won eight of their last 10.Nine of Canisius’ last 12 contests have been decided by double digits, and the last three games have been decided by 19 points or more. The Griffs are giving up 41 points a game in the second half and are getting outscored by an average of 4.7 points a contest in the final 20 minutes. Canisius has held the lead at halftime in 11 of the last 17 games but is 4-7 in those contests.
DePaul-South Florida
Press Notes
The Blue Demons, 8-11 on the season, with a Big East conference record of 1-7, have been in a horrible slide of late, losing six straight. Their latest defeat came at the hands of the Georgetown Hoyas, who welcomed the Blue Demons to the Big East with a 64-44 victory. The Bulls have not had much better luck in their first year in the Big East, as they enter into the contest with a 6-14 record, including a 0-7 mark in the Big East. It has been a difficult year for the Bulls, and that is not only on the court. The Bulls shooting guard Bradley Mosley lost his battle with cancer just prior to the season, and have been cursed with the injury bug as well. Starting guard Collin Dennis missed time earlier this year with injury, and freshmen Chris Howard and Zaronn Cann are both out for the season with injuries. However, even with all this adversity, the Bulls have been a tough team to contend with. No more was this evident than their game on January 24, against Villanova, when the Bulls were able to stay with ‘Nova until the very end, and suffered a 3 point loss. As a whole, five of the Bulls seven conference losses have come by means of a margin of six or less points.
Orlando Sentinel
Orlando has lost three consecutive games, falling to the New York Knicks, the Philadelphia 76ers and the Los Angeles Clippers. PG Jameer Nelson (sprained right foot) will meet the team in Atlanta but will not play. Atlanta has a two-game winning streak — rare any time of the season for the struggling Hawks. They are coming off victories against the Knicks and the banged-up Charlotte Bobcats.
Columbus Dispatch
Allen Iverson probably won’t play in Philadelphia’s game against Detroit on Friday night, the fourth straight game he will miss because of an injured left ankle.
Iverson, second in the NBA in scoring at 33.6 points per game, has missed three straight games since he was hurt in the fourth quarter against Orlando last Thursday.
Iverson did not practice yesterday and team president Billy King said a magnetic resonance imaging Tuesday showed the All-Star had a bone bruise.
Iverson could play Saturday at Cleveland.

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