The Friday sports card features college basketball with additional action in the NBA and the NHL.
The college basketball card tips off at 2 PM ET with North Dakota visiting Denver as a 2-point road favorite with the total set at 144 (all odds from BetOnline
The nationally-televised college basketball card begins at 7 PM ET. Dayton hosts George Mason on ESPN2. The Flyers fell to 10-5 in a 69-64 loss at Duquesne as a 1-point underdog on Tuesday. The Patriots come off an 84-67 loss at Saint Bonaventure as a 10.5-point underdog on Saturday. Dayton is a 6-point favorite with an over/under of 131.
Penn State plays at home against Maryland on FS1 at 7 PM ET. The Nittany Lions, 6-8, have lost two of three after their 72-56 loss at Wisconsin as an 8.5-point underdog on Tuesday. The Terrapins, 10-8, have won four of six with their 61-60 win against Purdue as a 3.5-point favorite on Tuesday. Penn State is a 3-point favorite with a total of 143.
Kent State plays at home against Akron on ESPNU at 7 PM ET. The Golden Flashes are 10-4 with wins in seven of their last eight games after their 77-68 victory at Miami (OH) as a 9.5-point favorite on Tuesday. The Zips, 10-4, had a six-game winning streak snapped with a 91-76 loss at Toledo as a 5-point underdog on Tuesday. Kent State is a 1.5-point favorite with an over/under of 152.
Boise State visits Nevada on FS1 at 9 PM ET. The Broncos, 13-2, avenged a loss against Colorado State with an 85-77 victory on the road as a 3-point favorite last Friday. The Wolf Pack improved to 11-7 with their 72-62 win against UNLV on Tuesday as a 5.5-point favorite. Boise State is a 4-point road favorite with the total at 145.5.
Monmouth plays at Manhattan on ESPNU at 9 PM ET. The Hawks, 8-5, had their five-game winning streak snapped on Saturday with an 83-74 upset loss at Niagara as a 3.5-point favorite. The Jaspers fell to 5-6 with a 68-54 loss at Saint Peter’s as a 6.5-point underdog on Saturday. Monmouth is a 4-point road favorite with an over/under of 139.5.
Nine games are on the NBA schedule headlined by a doubleheader on ESPN. Brooklyn hosts Toronto in a rematch of their Eastern Conference playoff series at 7:35 PM ET. The Nets have won five of their last six games with their 124-120 upset victory against the LA Clippers as a 1-point underdog on Tuesday. The Raptors have won two in a row after their 123-108 win at Orlando as a 6-point favorite on Tuesday.
The nightcap on ESPN has the Los Angeles Clippers hosting Boston at 10:05 PM ET. The Clippers have won four of five with their 121-99 win at Cleveland as a 9-point favorite on February 3rd. The Celtics have lost three of four after getting upset at Sacramento on Wednesday as a 1-point favorite. Los Angeles is a 5-point favorite with the total at 221.
The NHL has five games on the schedule. Three of the games have the puck drop at 7 PM ET, with the final two games starting at 10 PM ET. None of the games are on national television.