News and Notes For Tuesday

Tuesday, February 28,


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Chicago Sun Times

The Bulls look to snap a two-game losing streak when they
host the T-wolves, who won the last meeting 99-93 on Jan. 11 in Minneapolis.
Since then, Minnesota has gotten
quicker with the trade of Wally Szczerbiak to Boston
for Ricky Davis and Marcus Banks. Forward Malik Allen
likely will get his second start for the Bulls.


Seattle Times

The Sonics return to KeyArena
after playing their past six games on the road, finishing 1-5.  The Hornets are 2-0 to start their current
four-game trip. They defeated Portland
88-75 on Sunday and have won 11 of their past 14.  The Hornets, who beat the Sonics 105-99 at KeyArena in November and 109-102 in Oklahoma
earlier this month, haven’t defeated the Sonics
in a season series since 2002-03.


Wake Forest-Boston

Jackson Daily News

A loss would guarantee that Wake
is the No. 12 seed in the
12-team ACC Tournament next week, though numerous other combinations during the
final week of the regular season will give the Demon Deacons the same seed. Wake
, making its first basketball
appearance in the greater Boston
area, needs to win tonight to avoid its first winless ACC road schedule since
the 1987-88 season. y winning
tonight, Boston College
can clinch a first-round bye for its first appearance in the ACC Tournament,
and the Eagles are still in contention for the No. 2 seed.


Decatur Herald & Review

Coach Dan Monson believes the Golden Gophers are finally
playing their best basketball of the season. The NCAA Tournament is surely out
of the question, unless, of course, Minnesota
can win the Big Ten Tournament and the automatic NCAA Tournament berth that
comes with it. If not that, the NIT might come
calling. Plus tonight is “Senior Night” for starters Vince Grier, Adam Boom and
J’son Stamper. “We need to keep grinding,” Monson
said. “We’re playing against teams that beat us the first time around so we’re
trying to show we’ve improved. I think we have a little bit of an identity we
didn’t have earlier in the season.”Illinois beat Minnesota
77-53 on Jan. 25th. The Gophers have endured injuries and lineup
shuffles and Monson has finally settled on a starting group that includes walkons Zach Puchtel and Jamal

Tennessee Martin-Murray

Press Notes

The two just wrapped up the regular season Saturday in Murray,
where the Racers won 81-63 and finished the regular season 21-6 and 17-3
winning the OVC regular-season championship.This
is the 31st all-time meeting between the two teams. MSU leads 28-2 and has won 10 straight. The Racers have
never lost at home to the Skyhawks, winning all 15
meetings. The


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