March Madness First Round Day 2 Sacramento – The NCAA’s college basketball championship tournament is in full swing as day two sees all the teams hit the court at least once. Sacramento, California’s Golden 1 Center plays host to regional action.
A pair of #3 seeds play headliners as the Oregon Ducks start their tournament experience off against Iona and the UCLA Bruins take on Kent State. The Ducks have played well all season despite the loss of big man Chris Boucher to a torn up knee earlier in the year but the Ducks still have a lot of offense. Iona loves the three and they will shoot it if it is going in or not.
All that has to be said about UCLA, who is a great team, is that for all the talk his father is doing, Lonzo Ball better do something. Already penciled in as a top three NBA draft choice, Ball still receives more media attention for his loud mouthed dad than for his on court play.
The Rhode Island team has been streaking, winning eight in a row to end the season while Creighton has stumbled, going 4-5 in their last nine games after point guard Maurice Watson went down to injury. With Watson in the line-up Creighton was rated a potential Elite Eight or even Final Four team by some, but they are floundering without him.
March Madness First Round Day 2 Sacramento
NCAA Tournament – First Round – Golden 1 Center – Sacramento, CA
Iona vs Oregon –
Iona +15 1/2 -110 / +1050 / o154 -110 / o69 -110 u69 -110
Oregon -15 1/2 -110 / -1600 /u154 -110 /o85 -110 u85 -110
Rhode Island vs Creighton –
Rhode Island -1 1/2 -110 / -125 / o141 -110 / o71 -110 u71 -110
Creighton +1 1/2 -110 / +105 / u141 -110 / o70 -110 u70 -110
Kent State vs UCLA –
Kent State +18 1/2 -110 / +1625 / o161 1/2 -110 / o72 -110 u72 -110
UCLA -18 1/2 -110 / -3250 / u161 1/2 -110 / o89½ -110 u89½ -110
Kansas State vs Cincinnati –
Kansas State +3 1/2 -110 / +150 / o129 1/2 -110 / o63 -110 u63 -110
Cincinnati -3 1/2 -110 / -170 / u129 1/2 -110 / o66½ -110 u66½ -110
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