#CAAHoops Weekly - Men's Championship Preview
This edition of #CAAHoops Weekly previews Friday’s quarterfinal games of the 2013 CAA Men’s Basketball Championship, presented by Jani-King.
Hosts Bobby Broyles and Rob Washburn start by breaking down Saturday’s 3:30 p.m. game between fourth-seeded George Mason and fifth-seeded Drexel. The two teams split their regular-season match-ups, with each winning on the other’s home court.
#CAAHoops Weekly then turns to the 6 p.m. game between second-seeded Delaware and #7 Hofstra. The two teams met just a week ago, with the Blue Hens winning by just one point on a putback in the final seconds.
Broyles and Washburn finish up by looking at a rematch of the regular-season finale between #3 James Madison and #6 William & Mary. The Tribe led that contest by 19 in the first half before the Dukes stormed back in the final 20 minutes behind a career-best 36-point performance from A.J. Davis.
There is also information on how to keep up with all of the excitement from championship weekend, including Friday night’s postseason awards banquet when the league plans to tweet about the honors handed out. Fans can also follow CAASports on Instagram, which will likely have several photos posted during the weekend's events.
When the action starts Saturday we encourage all fans not in attendance to logon to CAA Hoop Scoop (caamenshoops.wordpress.com), the official blog of Men's #CAAHoops, to interact with the live blog for each game. A live radio feed from the first five games of the championships will be available at CAA.TV and via each of our iPhone and iPad apps. A FREE login is required to access the audio.
We invite you to share your #CAAHoops thoughts, ideas and photos with us on Facebook. We are also on Twitter @CAAHoops and encourage fans from all our schools to follow our tweets for all the latest league information. Be sure to tag all #CAAHoops-related tweets with our official hashtag #CAAHoops.
We are blogging at caamenshoops.wordpress.com and caawomenshoops.wordpress.com as well, so check out both "Hoop Scoop" and "Baseline Buzz" our official men's and women's hoops blogs to find additional information that may not be available here on CAASports.com.