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NC-Double-Eh Schedule - March 4

Tonight with the regular season winding down for everyone, we have game that will affect seeding in teams' respective conference tournaments.  The teams on the bubble tonight are Richmond, Long Island and Louisiana Tech all of whom feature Canadian ballers.  Find out who else is playing right here ...

As always, we have the games you need to take a look at right here.   Check in with the Can Ball Report on Twitter for any game links we can find for you. 

 

March 4

6:30pm Central Michigan @ Eastern Michigan

7:00pm Buffalo @ Miami (OH)

7:00pm Dayton @ Richmond – Richmond is currently second in the A-10 with two games to go in the regular season.  The Spiders are currently alone at number two and with two games to go they need to win both to stay in that spot.  Montreal’s Francis-Cedric Martel has suffered from reduced role syndrome but is still capable of contributing when given the chance.  This could a game where he is called on.

7:00pm Central Connecticut State @ Robert Morris

7:30pm Fairleigh Dickinson @ Long Island – with seeding still up in the air, LIU needs this game to stay in a home court spot.  FDU is right behind them in the standings by one game so a loss here by the Blackbirds would mean a tie for fourth so this is a must win.  Kyle Johnson should feel a little snubbed that he didn’t make one of the All Northeast Conference teams so expect this to be a show game for him.  He has been a little inconsistent this season but he can light it up and he should do so.

8:30pm USC @ Arizona State

9:00pm Mercer @ Belmont

9:05pm Hawaii @ Boise State

10:00pm Louisiana Tech @ Fresno State – despite having the second best overall record of all teams in the WAC, they are tied for third in the conference standings.  The Bulldogs will need to get this win to separate themselves from a Nevada team that has the same record.  They will be playing them in the final regular season game in a few days and a win tonight will help their cause immensely.  Toronto’s Olu Ashaolu by the way had ten points and twelve boards in the last game against Idaho last week so he should have a good game if he rides the momentum. 

10:05pm New Mexico State @ Nevada

10:05pm UC Davis @ Cal Northridge