Yes, 'Cuse is in the Big East Final after another OT win (this one only took one extra frame). And Eric Devendorf finally got his buzzer-beater.
So, read on the right and watch on the left. Enjoy!
Saturday, March 14, 2009
Well whaddaya know ... the Nets are now tied with the Knicks and Bobcats for ninth place in the East, all just a half game out of the eighth and final playoff spot. (Knicks video wasn't available at this time, but they have now won three straight on the road, including last night's win against the T'Wolves.)
Friday, March 13, 2009
Okay, that might be a little hyperbole ... but SIX OT's??? Man! I was watching at a bar and the place absolutely errupted on Devendorf's buzzer beater ... and then collectively groaned when it was waived off. But in typical 'Cuse fashion, they pulled it out (afterall, this is the Big East Tournament, and they always seem to save their best basketball for this venue).
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Larry Hughes goes off for 39 points, Nate Robinson adds 32 and David Lee gets his double-double on again with 19 points, 18 rebounds ... and one ridiculous spa-quality facial about a minute into the highlights.
Well, the Hoyas can officially kiss the Big Dance goodbye.
Note: Even if you have no interest in this game, you have to see what happens about :18 into these highlights, when the Red Storm's D.J. Kennedy collides with referee Mike Kitts.
Rutgers finishes the season 11-21.
Martin Brodeur is now just two wins away from tying Patrick Roy for the most in NHL history.
Isles fall less than a minute into O-T ...