Tuesday Morning Sports Recap


Chicago 109, Dallas 107
Coby White scored 19 points, Otto Porter Jr. added 18 in his return from a broken left foot and the Bulls hung on to beat the Dallas Mavericks 109-107 when Luka Doncic’s desperation heave bounced off the rim. Denzel Valentine added a season-high 17 points and the Bulls won for just the second time in 12 games even though leading scorer Zach LaVine sat out with a strained left quadriceps. Tim Hardaway Jr. led Dallas with 26 points. Doncic scored 23 after sitting out Sunday’s win at Minnesota because of a sprained left thumb.

Indiana 116, San Antonio 111
Malcolm Brogdon scored 26 points, T.J. Warren added 23 and the Pacers rallied to beat the San Antonio Spurs 116-111. Indiana led by 15 points in the third quarter before falling behind 102-98 midway through the fourth. The Pacers won their fourth straight, moving into a fifth-place tie with Philadelphia in the Eastern Conference. Patty Mills scored 24 points to lead San Antonio and Trey Lyles added 20. The Spurs have lost eight of 11. They dropped four games behind the Memphis Grizzlies for eighth place in the West.

The Pistons were off
Utah 126, Cleveland 113
Portland 130, Orlando 107
New York 125, Houston 123
Miami 105, Milwaukee 89
Memphis 127, Atlanta 88

Detroit, Chicago, and Indiana are all off


(16)Michigan State at (20)Penn State, 7:00
Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan, 7:00
Central Michigan at Ball State, 7:00


Colorado 2, Detroit 1
Gabriel Landeskog withstood a crunching hit while making a pass that sprung Logan O’Connor for a breakaway goal in the second period, and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Red Wings 2-1 for their seventh straight victory. Vladislav Namestnikov also scored for the Avalanche, who extended a franchise record with their ninth consecutive road win. Anthony Mantha had the only goal for Detroit. With the score tied at 1, Landeskog was just inside his own blue line when he took a hit from Detroit’s Robby Fabbri. As he was clocked, Landeskog released a pass up the ice to O’Connor, who went in and beat goalie Jonathan Bernier.

The Blackhawks were off
Edmonton 8, Nashville 3

Anaheim at Chicago, 8:30
Detroit is off


Division 1 at Lakeshore
Kalamazoo Central 65, Portage Northern 31
Portage Central 26, St. Joe 18

Division 1 at Gull Lake
Battle Creek Central 58, Loy Norrix 14
Lakeview 55, Gull Lake 50

Division 2 at Coloma
Coloma 33, Benton Harbor 29
Hamilton 54, Otsego 30

Division 2 at Buchanan
Three Rivers 53, Buchanan 25
Edwardsburg 71, Dowagiac 15

Division 2 at Plainwell
Plainwell 52, Parchment 26
Harper Creek 61, Paw Paw 30

Division 3 at Lawton
Bloomingdale 61, Bangor 15

Division 3 at Cassopolis
Brandywine 57, Bridgman 15

Division 3 at Centreville
Centreville 55, Constantine 48

Division 3 at Kalamazoo Christian
Kalamazoo Christian 56, Galesburg-Augusta 47
Kalamazoo Hackett 41, Potterville 36

Division 3 at Muskegon Western Michigan Christian
Western Michigan Christian 66, Fennville 36

Division 4 at Colon
Howardsville Christian 44, Covert 20
Colon 60, Lawrence 27


Portage Central at Lakeshore, 7:00 (on 106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports)
Niles at Mattawan, 7:00
Lakeview at Battle Creek Central, 7:00

Brandywine at Benton Harbor, 7:00
Berrien Springs at Lake Michigan Catholic, 6:00
Michigan Lutheran at Martin, 7:00
Coloma at Portage Northern, 7:15
Holland at South Haven, 7:15
Saugatuck at Black River, 7:00
Loy Norrix at Holland West Ottawa, 7:00
Kalamazoo Hackett at Hamilton, 7:00
Pennfield at Schoolcraft, 7:00
Gull Lake at Comstock, 7:30
Climax-Scotts at Galesburg-Augusta, 7:00
Delton Kellogg at Parchment, 7:00

New Buffalo at Buchanan, 7:30

Southwest 10
Marcellus at Eau Claire, 7:30
Centreville at Hartford, 7:30
Bloomingdale at Bangor, 7:30
Decatur at White Pigeon, 7:30
Cassopolis at Mendon, 7:30