NFL SCOREBOARD

Philadelphia 28 Washington 13

 

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

#4 Virginia 83 Morgan State 45

#10 Michigan State 90 #18 Iowa 68

#11 Florida State 83 Troy 67

#12 Wisconsin 69 Rutgers 64

Georgetown 88 Liberty 78

Georgia 92 Texas Southern 75

Vermont 72 George Mason 67

Niagara 71 Pittsburgh 70

Iowa State 81 North Dakota State 59

Texas A&M 80 Northwestern State 59

DePaul 65 Florida A&M 50

Cal State Northridge 90 Pepperdine 83

 

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

DePaul 102 Temple 88

Earlham 102 St. Mary – Woods 64

IUPUI 64 Indiana State 59

James Madison 68 Dayton 55

Loyola Chicago 64 Western Michigan 53

 

NBA SCOREBOARD

Oklahoma City 110 Detroit 83

Golden State 128 Atlanta 111

Cleveland 99 Brooklyn 97

Washington 110 New York 107

Denver 106 Toronto 103

LA Clippers 129 New Orleans 126

Minnesota 103 Houston 91

 

NHL SCOREBOARD

Tampa Bay 5 New Jersey 1

Nashville 2 Buffalo 1

Dallas 4 Edmonton 1

 

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Cowan 71 Seton Catholic 27

Taylor Haager 7 pts

Cassidy Frame 6 pts

Paige Klaine 5 pts, before getting injured and sitting out early in the 2nd

quarter.

Lydia Reichley 3 pts

Emma Berger & Mary Hannah 2 pts each

Kim Lichtenberger and Suzanne Becker 1 pt each

 

 

INDIANA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL POLLS

4A

1 Warren Central

2 Homestead

3 Hamilton Southeastern

4 North Central

5 Penn

6 Lawrence North

7 Bedford North Lawrence

8 Brownsburg

9 Castle

10 Bloomington South

 

3A

1 Northwestern

2 Salem

2 Norwell

4 Mishawaka Marian

5 Evansville Memorial

6 Vincennes Lincoln

7 Danville

8 Benton Central

9 Fort Wayne Concordia

10 Greensburg

 

2A

1 Oak Hill

2 Central Noble

3 Triton Central

4 Winchester

5 Tipton

6 North Judson

7 Eastern Pekin

8 Linton Stockton

9 Bremen

9 Paoli

 

1A

1 Marquette Catholic

2 Vincennes Rivet

3 University

4 Loogootee

5 Tecumseh

6 Northfield

7 Morristown

8 Jac-Cen-Del

9 Blue River

10 Oregon Davis

 

 

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL

1 Gonzaga

2 Kansas

3 Duke

4 Virginia

5 Michigan

6 Nevada

7 Tennessee

8 Auburn

9 Kentucky

10 Michigan State

11 Florida State

12 Wisconsin

13 Texas Tech

14 North Carolina

15 Virginia Tech

16 Kansas State

17 Buffalo

18 Iowa

19 Ohio State

20 Arizona State

21 Villanova

22 Mississippi State

23 Maryland

24 Nebraska

25 Furman

 

ASSOCIATED PRESS WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLL

1 Connecticut

2 Notre Dame

3 Oregon

4 Baylor

5 Louisville

6 Mississippi State

7 Maryland

8 Oregon State

9 Tennessee

10 North Carolina State

11 Stanford

12 Texas

13 California

14 Minnesota

15 Syracuse

16 Iowa

17 Arizona State

18 Marquette

19 Kentucky

20 DePaul

21 Drake

22 South Carolina

23 Missouri

24 Gonzaga

25 Miami Florida

 

 

TOP HEADLINES

Wentz tosses for 2 TDs, leads Eagles over Redskins 28-13

Carson Wentz was at his best back on the move again.

Wentz tossed two touchdown passes, Darren Sproles ran for a score and the Philadelphia Eagles stayed in the hunt for the NFC East title with a 28-13 victory over the depleted Washington Redskins on Monday night.

The Eagles (6-6) won consecutive games for the first time since Nick Foles led them to a Super Bowl victory over the Patriots.

The Redskins (6-6) lost backup quarterback Colt McCoy to a serious right leg injury in his second game replacing Alex Smith, who broke his right tibia and fibula on Nov. 18. Mark Sanchez took his place.

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said after the game that, from what he understands, McCoy fractured his fibula and will miss the rest of the season.

Adrian Peterson ran 90 yards for a touchdown on Sanchez’s first play under center, giving the Redskins a 10-7 lead. It was the longest run Philadelphia has allowed in franchise history but Washington’s lead didn’t last long.

Wentz, who hasn’t scrambled much since returning in Week 3 from surgery to repair two knee ligaments, didn’t run for any yards. But he ran around and made big plays when he improvised and on designed rollouts.

“Anytime he can extend plays with his legs, he’s such a great athlete, that’s an advantage to the offense,” coach Doug Pederson said. “Being able to do that allows us to stay on the field. He’s gifted in doing that. It comes natural to him.”

Sproles put Philadelphia up 14-10 on a 14-yard TD run in the second quarter. Wentz tossed a 4-yard TD pass to Jordan Matthews and connected with Golden Tate on a 2-point conversion to extend the lead to 22-13 early in the fourth quarter.

The Eagles twice failed to score inside the red zone and still managed their second-highest point total this season.

They had a first down at the Redskins 2 in the second quarter, but Josh Adams was stopped for a loss on fourth down from the 1.

They had a first down at the Redskins 5 in the third quarter, but Wentz threw an interception right to Josh Norman.

Wentz finished 27 of 39 for 306 yards. He came out firing and led the Eagles to a score on their opening drive for only the third time season.

 

Kareem Hunt unclaimed on NFL waivers on Monday

Kareem Hunt went unclaimed on NFL waivers Monday, three days after a video was released that showed the star running back shoving and kicking a woman in an incident that ultimately led to his release by the Kansas City Chiefs.

Police did not charge Hunt with a crime, but the Chiefs released him for being untruthful with them about what happened during the February incident. Hunt currently is on the commissioner’s exempt list and cannot play even if another team signs him. The NFL says it is continuing its investigation.

Also on Monday, a police report surfaced in which a suburban Kansas City man told police that Hunt was among a group of men that assaulted him during a nightclub altercation in January.

The incident happened Jan. 11 at Mosaic, a club in downtown Kansas City. The 38-year-old victim was treated at a hospital for a broken rib, broken nose and other injuries. But as was the case in the assault captured on a Cleveland hotel security camera, no criminal charges were filed in the case.

The Chiefs declined to comment on the January incident.

“I think I’m hoping and would like Kareem to get help along, you know, obviously with everybody involved in it,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said more broadly. “I just think it’s a tough deal. It’s not a win-win situation for anybody, the young lady (in the Cleveland incident) included.

“My prayers are that everybody involved gets help there most of all,” Reid said, “because we’re all in this fraternity in our earth-life, and we’re all living together.”

Hunt acknowledged he misled the Chiefs about the incident in Cleveland during a live interview with ESPN on Sunday. He also apologized to those that were affected by his actions.

“You can’t really explain it. The video shows it,” Hunt said. “I was in the wrong and I’m not that type of person. I’m really disappointed and embarrassed in myself.”

 

Heisman 3: Tua Tagovailoa, Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins

Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa, Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray and Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins are the finalists for the Heisman Trophy, ensuring a quarterback will win the award for the 16th time in the last 19 years.

The finalists were announced Monday, hours after the deadline for 928 voters, including former winners, to submit their ballots.

Tagovailoa has been the favorite for most of the season, but Murray and Haskins finished strong. Unlike most seasons, there should be some real drama Saturday night when the Heisman is awarded in New York City.

Tagovailoa and Murray will also face off in the College Football Playoff, when No. 1 Alabama faces No. 4 Oklahoma at the Orange Bowl semifinal on Dec. 29.

The finalists are determined by the margin of votes received, starting with the third- and fourth-place finishers. At least three and as many as five finalists are invited to presentation ceremony.

The last time three quarterbacks were the only finalists was 2008, when Sam Bradford of Oklahoma won over Colt McCoy of Texas and Tim Tebow of Florida.

Tagovailoa’s Heisman campaign started the final game of last season, when he came off the bench as a freshman to lead Alabama to a comeback victory in the national championship game against Georgia. His first season as a starter has been as good as advertised, with 3,353 yards passing, 37 touchdown passes and just four interceptions. Tagovailoa would be the third Alabama player to win the Heisman since 2009, but the first quarterback, joining tailbacks Mark Ingram and Derrick Henry.

Murray replaced last year’s Heisman winner, Baker Mayfield, for the Sooners and has been just as good. The junior, who has already signed a $4.7 million deal to play baseball with the Oakland Athletics next year, has passed for 4,053 yards and 40 touchdowns with seven interceptions. Oklahoma would become the fourth school, joining Yale, Army and Southern California, to have Heisman winners in consecutive seasons, but the first to have quarterbacks win it in back-to-back years.

 

AP source: Louisville tabs Satterfield to be football coach

Louisville has tabbed Appalachian State’s Scott Satterfield to be the Cardinals’ next football coach.

A person with knowledge of the situation says the school has reached an agreement with Satterfield. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Monday on condition of anonymity because neither the school nor Satterfield had publicly announced the decision. Louisville has scheduled a Tuesday afternoon news conference with a “special announcement” about the program.

The 45-year-old Satterfield emerged as Louisville’s next reported choice after Purdue’s Jeff Brohm turned down the offer from his alma mater last week to remain with the Boilermakers. Satterfield has led the Mountaineers to a 51-24 record in six seasons, including 10-2 this year with a Sun Belt Conference championship. Appalachian State will face Middle Tennessee in the New Orleans Bowl on Dec. 15.

Satterfield will replace Bobby Petrino, who was fired on Nov. 11 after a 2-8 start. Lorenzo Ward was 0-2 as the Cardinals’ interim coach.

Satterfield faces a massive task rebuilding his first Power Five program, which spiraled quickly this season after the departure of 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson to the NFL.

Louisville lost its final nine games and finished 0-8 in Atlantic Coast Conference play. Its only victories were against FCS Indiana State and Western Kentucky thanks to second-half rallies.

The offensive-minded Satterfield must improve a unit that went from being one of the nation’s best with Jackson to ranking 111th nationally at 352.5 yards per game. By comparison, Appalachian State ranks 20th nationally in scoring at 36.7 points per game and 42nd in total offense at 429.6 yards.

The North Carolina native played quarterback for the Mountaineers from 1991-95 and coached several offensive positions with the program before becoming head coach in 2013. Satterfield has also worked at Toledo and Florida International.

 

Chicago Bulls fire coach Fred Hoiberg; Boylen takes over

The Chicago Bulls came into the season thinking they would start to climb in the wide-open Eastern Conference with a promising group of young players. A coaching change wasn’t part of the plan.

The skidding Bulls fired Fred Hoiberg on Monday and promoted associate head coach Jim Boylen in hopes of turning around a miserable season. Chicago is averaging 103.4 points – 28th in the NBA – and is getting outscored by 9.6 per game. They are a woeful 5-19, better only than Cleveland and Phoenix.

Hoiberg, who had to deal with a veteran roster that didn’t fit his style early on and then injuries to key players starting in training camp, never found his footing in Chicago. It added up to a 115-155 mark with one playoff appearance in three-plus seasons.

Executive vice president of basketball operations John Paxson insisted the decision went beyond wins and losses, citing a lack of “energy and spirit.”

“We were in a similar situation last year at this time,” Paxson said. “But the entire energy about this group was different back then. We felt that here in the last several weeks, that something’s different. What we’re lacking … is a spirit about our team.”

Paxson also said the Bulls are committed to Boylen as their long-term head coach and that general manager Gar Forman is “absolutely safe.”

“What I hope we can do is own `Bulls’ across our chest better,” said Boylen, who will be serving as an NBA head coach for the first time.

Boylen becomes the sixth coach hired by the current front office. He spent four years as the head coach at the University of Utah. Over 20 years in the NBA, he also has been an assistant in Houston, Golden State, Milwaukee, Indiana and San Antonio.

 

Nick Ward scores 26, No. 10 Michigan State beats Iowa 90-68

Nick Ward used his power to gain position and his touch to score, putting together a perfect game from the field.

Ward made all 10 of his shots, scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead No. 10 Michigan State to a 90-68 win over No. 18 Iowa on Monday night.

“There’s not a lot I can yell at him about,” coach Tom Izzo said. “He did miss some free throws.”

The 6-foot-9, 245-pound Ward, who was 6 of 11 from the line, was simply too much for the Hawkeyes to handle.

“He’s real physical down there and they were getting him on the high-low,” Iowa center Luka Garza said.

That type of offensive attack against a zone may have helped the Spartans when they lost to Syracuse in the second round of the 2018 NCAA tournament.

“We’ve been working on it all season,” Ward said. “Since the Syracuse game, we’ve done that every day.”

The Spartans (7-2, 2-0 Big Ten) trailed for more than six minutes in the first half and were behind by as much as six points before a Ward-led surge gave them a 43-33 lead at halftime.

The Hawkeyes (6-2, 0-2) had no hope for a comeback because they missed 19 of 20 shots to open the second half.

What went wrong?

“Pretty much everything,” Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said.

Michigan State’s Xavier Tillman scored a career-high 14 points and had eight rebounds off the bench. Kenny Goins scored a career-high 19, surpassing his combined points from the previous five games, had a career-high seven assists and grabbed 12 rebounds. Joshua Langford added 14 for the Spartans.

 

Phils get star SS Segura from Seattle for Santana, Crawford

The Philadelphia Phillies acquired two-time All-Star shortstop Jean Segura from the Seattle Mariners for veteran slugger Carlos Santana and infielder J.P. Crawford on Monday.

The Phillies also get left-hander James Pazos and righty Juan Nicasio in the trade.

“Shortstop was an area we didn’t get a lot of production,” Phillies general manager Matt Klentak said. “Segura moves the needle for us as far as win expectancy.”

Segura hit .304 with 10 homers, 63 RBIs, 20 stolen bases and had a .341 on-base percentage last season. He is signed through 2022 and is owed $60 million. He also got a $1 million bonus for approving the deal.

It was the second major deal of the day for the Mariners. They also sent second baseman Robinson Cano and closer Edwin Diaz to the New York Mets for five players, including two top prospects and outfielder Jay Bruce.

“Carlos Santana has been among the most durable players in the big leagues over the last eight years and has been a fixture in the middle of lineups during that time,” Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto said. “He gets on base, he does damage at the plate and is quite an underrated first baseman. J.P. Crawford gives us a young shortstop who is very athletic and fills up the tool box; he hits, he runs, he plays defense, he throws, he has power. For the last four running, he’s been among the top 20 prospects in baseball.”

Seattle went 89-73 this year and hasn’t made the playoffs since 2001, the longest postseason drought among the four major pro American sports. The Phillies, who added Santana and Jake Arrieta last offseason, finished 80-82 after leading the NL East in early August.

Santana batted a career-low .229 with 24 homers, 86 RBIs and a .352 OBP in his first season in Philadelphia after signing a $60 million, three-year contract.

 

Jokic triple-double leads Nuggets past Raptors 106-103

Nikola Jokic got his second triple-double of the season to help the injury-riddled Denver Nuggets overcome another key absence.

Jokic capped a big night with three free throws in the final seven seconds, Kyle Lowry missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer and the Nuggets survived the loss of leading scorer Gary Harris to beat the Toronto Raptors 106-103 on Monday night.

“To beat the number one team in the East means a lot to us,” Jokic said.

Jokic made it 104-103 with a free throw with 7.0 seconds left, then hit two more foul shots with 5.6 seconds remaining before Lowry bounced a 26-footer off the rim.

Jokic had 23 points, 15 assists and 11 rebounds, Jamal Murray scored 21 points, and Malik Beasley and Juan Hernangomez each scored 15 points for Denver. The Nuggets won their sixth straight and halted Toronto’s winning streak at eight.

“He does everything,” Murray said of Jokic. “He passes, rebounds, handles the ball. There’s nothing he really can’t do, except jump.”

Raptors coach Nick Nurse said he doesn’t see much missing from Jokic’s toolbox.

“I was kind of hoping we’d be able to disrupt him with a little bit more pressure,” Nurse said. “He just seemed to handle it. We worked hard on him, we tried to put him under some duress with the ball but it just didn’t faze him.”

Kawhi Leonard scored 27 points, Serge Ibaka had 15 and Pascal Siakam 14 for the Raptors.

Harris scored three points in the opening quarter but did not play after the first because of a sore right hip. He came in averaging a team-high 17.3 points per game. Harris is expected to undergo an MRI on Tuesday before the Nuggets leave Toronto for Orlando, where they play Wednesday.

 

Flyers hire Fletcher as new general manager

The Philadelphia Flyers turned to an outsider to try and win their first Stanley Cup in nearly 45 years.

The Flyers hired Chuck Fletcher as their general manager on Monday in hopes that he can resuscitate a playoff team from a year ago that has become one of the worst teams in the NHL. He’s the eighth GM in team history – and the first with no ties to the Flyers since Russ Farwell had the job from 1990 to 1994.

“Our goal is to make the playoffs this year, it’s that simple,” Fletcher said. “We have work to do and it will be a challenge. But there’s no reason why we can’t get better and we can’t push to make the playoffs and find a way to get in.”

Fletcher, who replaces the fired Ron Hextall, had been working as a senior adviser to the New Jersey Devils after spending the last nine seasons as GM of the Minnesota Wild. The Wild had only two playoff series victories under Fletcher, a 25-year veteran of NHL management, and did not renew his contract in April. They went 15-29 in the playoffs during Fletcher’s tenure, enough evidence that the roster wasn’t built well enough despite all the success the team enjoyed in the regular season.

That didn’t dissuade Flyers President Paul Holmgren from pursuing the 51-year-old Fletcher a week after he cut ties with Hextall following 4+ seasons. The Flyers are 11-12-2 and only the Devils are worse in the Eastern Conference. Holmgren fired Hextall citing “philosophical differences” and an “unyielding” approach toward sticking with his methodical rebuilding plan.

Holmgren and parent company Comcast Spectacor want to win now and have squirmed as the Flyers have seen attendance dip while they drop in the standings and are losing a popularity contest to the 76ers, their fellow Wells Fargo Center tenant.

“Chuck has earned success throughout his impressive NHL career and offers the right mix of expertise, business acumen and leadership qualities that the Flyers need today as we work to achieve our ultimate goal, the Stanley Cup Championship,” Comcast Spectacor Chairman and CEO Dave Scott said in a statement.

 

Earlham women reach the century mark in win Monday

RICHMOND, Ind. – Earlham had a dominant performance against St. Mary-Woods. They won the game 102-64

In order to keep up with the system offensive scheme St. Mary-of-the-Woods runs, Earlham went deep on their bench. Earlham won big in the paint, scoring 48 points in the paint while only allowing 16.

Earlham limited the Pomeroys offense by denying them opportunity to shoot it from the 3-point distance. St. Mary-Woods was only 28.9 percent from three. Prior to this meeting St. Mary-Woods averaged 44 three point attempts per game. In this matchup the Pomeroys only had 38 attempts.

Going forward, the Quakers need to protect the ball more efficiently. Earlham turned the ball over 29 times and forced 30 turnovers.

Kayla Bowling was one rebound away from a double double. She accounted for 16 points and nine rebounds. Kyndall Spears led the team in points(17) and recorded five turnovers.

Women’s basketball has two days to prepare for their second HCAC matchup of the season. They will be facing the Bluffton Beavers at home on December 5 at  7:30 pm.

 

THURSDAY NFL PREVIEW

Jacksonville Jaguars (4-8) at Tennessee Titans (6-6)

Thursday, December 6, 2018 | 8:20 PM ET | Nissan Stadium | Referee: John Parry

SERIES HISTORY:

LEADER: Titans lead all-time series, 27-20

STREAKS: Titans have won past 3

LAST GAME: 9/23/18: Titans 9 at Jagauars 6

LAST GAME AT SITE: 12/31/17: Titans 15, Jaguars 10

JACKSONVILLE NOTES:

QB CODY KESSLER completed 18 of 24 (75 pct.) for 150 yards & 90.6 rating & added 28 rush yards in Week 13. In his only career start vs. Ten. (10/16/16 with Cle.), completed 26 of 41 (63.4 pct.) for career-high 336 yards with 2 TDs vs. 0 INTs for 105.3 rating. Has 220+ pass yards in 3 of 5 career starts on road. Aims for his 4th road start in row with 90+ rating. • RB LEONARD FOURNETTE rushed for 95 yards & 2 TDs in Week 12. Aims for his 4th in row with 100+ scrimmage yards & TD. In his last game vs. Ten. (12/31/17), had 136 scrimmage yards (69 rush, 67 rec.). Has 197 scrimmage yards (98.5 per game) & rush TD in 2 career meetings. Has 509 scrimmage yards (101.8 per game) & 5 TDs (4 rush, 1 rec.) in 5 career games vs. division. RB T.J. YELDON had 90 scrimmage yards (46 rec., 44 rush) in last meeting. Led team with 7 catches & 49 rec. yards last week. • WR DONTE MONCRIEF had TD catch in his last game on Thursday (11/24/16 with Ind. vs. Pit.). Has 75+ rec. yards in 2 of his past 4 on road. WR DEDE WESTBROOK has TD catch in 2 of his past 3 on road. • DE CALAIS CAMPBELL had 2 TFL, sack & PD last week. Had 3 TFL & 2 sacks in last meeting. Aims for his 3rd meeting in row with 2+ TFL. LB TELVIN SMITH had 12 tackles, TFL & FF in Week 13. Had team-high 8 tackles & sack in last meeting. In his past 3 road meetings, has 33 tackles (11 per game), 2 sacks, 2 TFL & FF. LB MYLES JACK had 10 tackles & FR last week. CB D.J. HAYDEN had 2 PD & INT last week.

TENNESSEE NOTES:

QB MARCUS MARIOTA passed for 282 yards with 2 TDs vs. 1 INT for 90.4 rating & rushed for team-high 43 yards last week. Since entering league in 2015, has 5 games with 250+ pass yards & 40+ rush yards, tied for 2nd-most in NFL over span. In his past 2, has completed 42 of 58 (72.4 pct.) for 585 yards (292.5 per game) with 4 TDs vs. 1 INT for 120.3 rating. Has 8 pass TDs vs. 2 INTs for 96.5 rating in 7 career meetings. Ranks 3rd in AFC with 68.6 comp. pct. (188 of 274). • RB DERRICK HENRY rushed for TD last week. Has 90+ scrimmage yards & TD in 3 of his 5 career games vs. Jax. In 2 career home meetings, has 214 scrimmage yards (107 per game) & 2 TDs (1 rush, 1 rec.). Has 3 rush TDs in his past 2 at home. RB DION LEWIS has 110+ scrimmage yards in 2 of his past 4 on Thursday. • WR TAYWAN TAYLOR had 3 catches for career-high 104 yards in Week 13. Has 75+ rec. yards in 2 of his past 3 at home. WR COREY DAVIS had TD catch last week. Aims for his 3rd in row with rec. TD & his 3rd in row at home with TD catch. Has 125+ scrimmage yards & TD in 2 of his past 4. TE ANTHONY FIRKSER had 1st-career TD catch last week. • LB JAYON BROWN had 5 tackles, sack & PD last week. Is 1 of 2 NFL players (DARIUS LEONARD) with 70+ tackles (70) & 6+ sacks (6) in 2018. DT JURRELL CASEY had sack last week. Aims for his 3rd in row with sack. Had sack & FF in last meeting. Has sack in each of his past 2 vs. Jax. CB MALCOLM BUTLER had INT last week.

 

NFL STANDINGS

American Football Conference
East Division
W L T Pct GB PF PA Home Road vs. Conf vs. Div Streak
9 3 0 .750 0.0 331 259 6-0-0 3-3-0 6-2-0 3-0-0 2 W
6 6 0 .500 3.0 244 300 5-1-0 1-5-0 5-4-0 3-1-0 1 W
4 8 0 .333 5.0 178 293 2-3-0 2-5-0 3-6-0 1-2-0 1 L
3 9 0 .250 6.0 243 307 2-4-0 1-5-0 2-7-0 0-4-0 6 L
West Division
W L T Pct GB PF PA Home Road vs. Conf vs. Div Streak
10 2 0 .833 0.0 444 327 5-0-0 5-2-0 8-1-0 4-0-0 1 W
9 3 0 .750 1.0 340 249 4-2-0 5-1-0 6-2-0 2-2-0 2 W
6 6 0 .500 4.0 276 262 3-3-0 3-3-0 4-5-0 2-2-0 3 W
2 10 0 .167 8.0 220 367 1-5-0 1-5-0 1-7-0 0-4-0 2 L
North Division
W L T Pct GB PF PA Home Road vs. Conf vs. Div Streak
7 4 1 .625 0.0 346 282 3-3-0 4-1-1 4-4-1 3-1-1 2 L
7 5 0 .583 0.5 297 214 4-2-0 3-3-0 6-3-0 2-3-0 3 W
5 7 0 .417 2.5 286 371 3-4-0 2-3-0 3-5-0 1-3-0 4 L
4 7 1 .375 3.0 266 312 3-2-1 1-5-0 3-5-1 2-1-1 1 L
South Division
W L T Pct GB PF PA Home Road vs. Conf vs. Div Streak
9 3 0 .750 0.0 302 235 5-1-0 4-2-0 7-2-0 3-1-0 9 W
6 6 0 .500 3.0 325 279 4-2-0 2-4-0 5-5-0 2-2-0 1 L
6 6 0 .500 3.0 221 245 4-1-0 2-5-0 4-6-0 2-2-0 1 W
4 8 0 .333 5.0 203 243 3-4-0 1-4-0 3-6-0 1-3-0 1 W
National Football Conference
East Division
W L T Pct GB PF PA Home Road vs. Conf vs. Div Streak
7 5 0 .583 0.0 247 223 5-1-0 2-4-0 6-3-0 3-1-0 4 W
6 6 0 .500 1.0 258 266 4-3-0 2-3-0 4-5-0 3-1-0 2 W
6 6 0 .500 1.0 233 257 3-3-0 3-3-0 6-4-0 2-2-0 3 L
4 8 0 .333 3.0 267 315 2-4-0 2-4-0 3-7-0 0-4-0 1 W
West Division
W L T Pct GB PF PA Home Road vs. Conf vs. Div Streak
11 1 0 .917 0.0 419 298 6-0-0 5-1-0 7-1-0 4-0-0 3 W
7 5 0 .583 4.0 319 259 3-2-0 4-3-0 6-3-0 2-2-0 3 W
3 9 0 .250 8.0 175 310 1-5-0 2-4-0 3-5-0 2-2-0 1 W
2 10 0 .167 9.0 255 336 2-3-0 0-7-0 1-8-0 0-4-0 3 L
North Division
W L T Pct GB PF PA Home Road vs. Conf vs. Div Streak
8 4 0 .667 0.0 344 241 5-1-0 3-3-0 6-2-0 3-1-0 1 L
6 5 1 .542 1.5 275 270 4-2-0 2-3-1 5-3-1 2-1-1 1 L
4 7 1 .375 3.5 281 287 4-1-1 0-6-0 2-6-1 1-2-1 3 L
4 8 0 .333 4.0 254 316 3-4-0 1-4-0 2-7-0 1-3-0 2 L
South Division
W L T Pct GB PF PA Home Road vs. Conf vs. Div Streak
10 2 0 .833 0.0 419 269 5-1-0 5-1-0 7-2-0 2-1-0 1 L
6 6 0 .500 4.0 304 306 5-1-0 1-5-0 4-5-0 1-2-0 4 L
5 7 0 .417 5.0 318 355 4-2-0 1-5-0 4-5-0 2-2-0 2 W
4 8 0 .333 6.0 296 333 3-4-0 1-4-0 4-4-0 2-2-0 4 L

 

NBA STANDINGS

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB Home Road Div Conf Last 10 Streak
Toronto 20 5 .800 10-3 10-2 3-1 12-3 8-2 1 L
Philadelphia 17 8 .680 3.0 13-1 4-7 2-3 12-7 8-2 4 W
Boston 13 10 .565 6.0 6-3 7-7 3-2 9-5 6-4 3 W
Brooklyn 8 17 .320 12.0 3-9 5-8 2-2 6-7 2-8 7 L
New York 8 17 .320 12.0 4-7 4-10 2-4 5-13 4-6 1 L
Central Divison
W L Pct GB Home Road Div Conf Last 10 Streak
Milwaukee 15 7 .682 11-2 4-5 3-0 8-3 6-4 1 L
Detroit 13 8 .619 1.5 9-4 4-4 4-0 10-6 7-3 1 L
Indiana 13 10 .565 2.5 6-4 7-6 2-1 8-3 5-5 2 L
Cleveland 5 18 .217 10.5 3-8 2-10 0-4 4-12 3-7 1 W
Chicago 5 19 .208 11.0 3-9 2-10 1-5 4-10 1-9 6 L
Southeast Division
W L Pct GB Home Road Div Conf Last 10 Streak
Charlotte 11 12 .478 8-5 3-7 5-1 11-8 4-6 2 L
Orlando 11 12 .478 6-6 5-6 2-2 7-6 5-5 1 W
Washington 10 14 .417 1.5 7-5 3-9 2-2 6-6 5-5 2 W
Miami 9 13 .409 1.5 5-8 4-5 1-6 5-11 4-6 2 W
Atlanta 5 19 .208 6.5 3-8 2-11 3-2 4-11 2-8 3 L
Western Conference
Northwest Division
W L Pct GB Home Road Div Conf Last 10 Streak
Denver 16 7 .696 9-3 7-4 4-0 10-4 7-3 6 W
Oklahoma City 15 7 .682 0.5 9-3 6-4 0-1 7-6 8-2 3 W
Portland 13 10 .565 3.0 8-4 5-6 1-2 6-7 3-7 2 L
Minnesota 12 12 .500 4.5 10-4 2-8 2-2 6-9 7-3 1 W
Utah 11 13 .458 5.5 2-6 9-7 0-2 7-8 4-6 1 L
Pacific Division
W L Pct GB Home Road Div Conf Last 10 Streak
LA Clippers 16 7 .696 9-1 7-6 3-0 11-5 8-2 1 W
Golden State 16 9 .640 1.0 11-2 5-7 2-1 8-6 4-6 1 W
LA Lakers 14 9 .609 2.0 9-4 5-5 3-0 10-6 7-3 3 W
Sacramento 11 11 .500 4.5 6-5 5-6 0-3 6-9 4-6 1 W
Phoenix 4 19 .174 12.0 3-8 1-11 0-4 3-11 2-8 5 L
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB Home Road Div Conf Last 10 Streak
Memphis 13 9 .591 7-3 6-6 2-0 8-5 6-4 1 L
Dallas 11 10 .524 1.5 9-2 2-8 1-2 6-7 8-2 1 W
New Orleans 12 13 .480 2.5 9-3 3-10 2-1 6-8 4-6 1 L
San Antonio 11 12 .478 2.5 7-4 4-8 3-3 9-8 4-6 1 W
Houston 11 12 .478 2.5 5-5 6-7 1-3 5-9 5-5 1 L

 

NHL STANDINGS

Eastern Conference
GP W L OTL Pts ROW GF GA Home Road L10
Tampa Bay Lightning 28 20 7 1 41 19 108 80 11-4-0 9-3-1 8-2-0
Washington Capitals 26 15 8 3 33 14 95 83 8-4-2 7-4-1 8-2-0
Toronto Maple Leafs 27 19 8 0 38 19 98 70 9-5-0 10-3-0 8-2-0
Buffalo Sabres 28 17 8 3 37 14 86 78 9-2-1 8-6-2 7-2-1
Columbus Blue Jackets 26 15 9 2 32 15 90 83 7-4-1 8-5-1 6-3-1
New York Islanders 25 13 9 3 29 12 76 72 7-3-2 6-6-1 5-4-1
Boston Bruins 26 14 8 4 32 13 71 64 9-3-0 5-5-4 5-3-2
Montreal Canadiens 27 12 10 5 29 10 83 88 7-6-2 5-4-3 3-5-2

New York Rangers 28 13 12 3 29 9 80 88 10-4-1 3-8-2 4-5-1
10 Carolina Hurricanes 26 12 10 4 28 11 66 71 7-4-3 5-6-1 5-3-2
11 Ottawa Senators 27 12 12 3 27 12 98 109 9-4-2 3-8-1 5-5-0
12 Detroit Red Wings 27 12 12 3 27 10 76 87 7-6-2 5-6-1 5-4-1
13 Pittsburgh Penguins 25 10 10 5 25 10 83 84 5-6-2 5-4-3 3-5-2
14 Florida Panthers 25 10 10 5 25 9 82 91 5-4-3 5-6-2 3-5-2
15 Philadelphia Flyers 25 11 12 2 24 10 76 88 5-7-1 6-5-1 4-5-1
16 New Jersey Devils 26 9 12 5 23 9 75 91 7-2-4 2-10-1 2-4-4
Western Conference
GP W L OTL Pts ROW GF GA Home Road L10
Nashville Predators 28 19 8 1 39 19 90 67 11-5-0 8-3-1 6-4-0
Calgary Flames 27 16 9 2 34 16 91 76 8-3-2 8-6-0 6-3-1
Colorado Avalanche 27 16 6 5 37 16 99 73 6-2-3 10-4-2 8-0-2
Winnipeg Jets 26 16 8 2 34 15 91 77 9-3-2 7-5-0 6-3-1
Anaheim Ducks 29 14 10 5 33 12 70 83 7-3-5 7-7-0 6-2-2
San Jose Sharks 28 13 10 5 31 13 85 89 8-3-2 5-7-3 4-4-2
Dallas Stars 28 15 10 3 33 15 78 72 9-3-1 6-7-2 6-3-1
Minnesota Wild 26 14 10 2 30 14 83 76 8-4-2 6-6-0 4-6-0

Vegas Golden Knights 28 14 13 1 29 13 82 78 7-3-1 7-10-0 7-3-0
10 Edmonton Oilers 27 13 12 2 28 13 71 83 7-4-1 6-8-1 5-4-1
11 Arizona Coyotes 25 12 11 2 26 11 66 66 6-6-1 6-5-1 5-4-1
12 Vancouver Canucks 29 11 15 3 25 10 82 102 5-6-1 6-9-2 1-8-1
13 Chicago Blackhawks 28 9 14 5 23 9 77 104 5-5-3 4-9-2 3-6-1
14 St. Louis Blues 25 9 13 3 21 9 74 85 6-7-1 3-6-2 3-7-0
15 Los Angeles Kings 27 10 16 1 21 9 58 82 6-8-1 4-8-0 5-5-0