NCAA Tournament is back…An NBA blowout…Bulls better Raptors…Light NHL night of play

UNDATED (AP) — The NCAA Tournament resumes this evening with games in Cleveland and Los Angeles. On the home court of the NBA Cavaliers, the first game has Notre Dame playing Wichita State while in the second contest it’ll be Kentucky and West Virginia. In the building where the Lakers and Clippers play their home games, the Wisconsin Badgers are facing North Carolina and Arizona plays Xavier.

MEMPHIS (AP) — The two No. 2 seeds in the NBA met last night in Memphis and the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers walked all over the Grizzlies, 111-89. Kyrie (KY’-ree) Irving led the balanced attack with 24 points while Kevin Love added 22 points and 10 rebounds and LeBron James chipped in 20.

TORONTO (AP) — In a game of two teams vying for the third or perhaps second seed in the NBA’s Eastern Conference, the Chicago Bulls got the better of the Toronto Raptors, 116-103. The Bulls, who were led by Jimmy Butler’s 23 points, now have a 1 ½ game lead over the Raptors for that third spot. Chicago trails Cleveland by three for the second-seed and first place in the Central Division.

UNDATED (AP) — There were just three games in the NHL last night. In Philadelphia, the Flyers beat the Blackhawks 4-1 while Edmonton edged Colorado, 4-3, and Dallas beat Calgary by the same score.

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — In NIT quarterfinal play last night, Old Dominion advanced to the semifinals with a 72-69 victory over Murray State and Miami stopped Louisiana Tech 77-59. The winners will now take part in the semifinals at Madison Square Garden next Tuesday along with Temple and Stanford.