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Week in sports

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published February 11, 2001


WEDNESDAY: Clippers at Magic, 7:30, TD Waterhouse Centre, Sunshine. Tickets $16-$125 through Ticketmaster or the Magic ticket office, (813) 287-8844.

FRIDAY: Rockets at Magic, 7:30, Sunshine.

SUNDAY: Knicks at Magic, 12:30.


TODAY: ThunderDawgs at Kansas City Knights, 4.

THURSDAY: Indiana Legends at ThunderDawgs, 7:30, Times Arena at Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg; (727) 823-4667.

FRIDAY: Indiana Legends at ThunderDawgs, 7:30.

SUNDAY: Memphis Houn'Dawgs at ThunderDawgs, 3.

Men's college basketball

TUESDAY: Florida at LSU, 7, ESPN.

WEDNESDAY: Florida State at Maryland, 9, Ch. 32; USF at Saint Louis, 8.

SATURDAY: Virginia at Florida State, 4, Ch. 32, (850) 644-1830; Houston at USF, 7:30, FSN, (813) 987-6816.

SUNDAY: Florida at Tennessee, 2.

Women's college basketball

TODAY: Florida State at Maryland, 2; Tennessee at Florida, 5, (352) 375-4683; Southern Mississippi at USF, 2, (813) 987-6816.

THURSDAY: Wake Forest at Florida State, 7, (850) 644-1830; Florida at Mississippi, 8.

FRIDAY: DePaul at USF, 7.

SUNDAY: Florida State at North Carolina, 1, Sunshine; Mississippi State at Florida, 3, Sunshine; Marquette at USF, 2.


TODAY: Sportscard and Collectibles Show, Crossroads Mall, U.S. 19 N and Roosevelt Boulevard, Clearwater. Hours: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. today; (352) 688-6394.

SUNDAY: Eight annual Baseball Extravaganza and Hitters Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, noon, Ch. 9, Ted Williams Museum, North Citrus Boulevard, Hernando; (352) 527-6566.

Horse racing

TAMPA BAY DOWNS: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, post time 12:30. Simulcast horses, jai alai and greyhounds daily. Race Track Road north of S.R. 580, Oldsmar, (813) 855-4401,

Dog racing

TAMPA DOG TRACK: Live racing closed for season. Simulcast horses, greyhounds and jai alai at 12:30 Monday-Saturday. Just off I-275 at Bird Street; (813) 932-4313.

DERBY LANE: Live racing nightly (except Sunday), post time 7:30; matinees Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, post time 12:30. Simulcast greyhounds, harness and jai alai seven days and nights a week; (727) 812-3339. Gandy Boulevard, St. Petersburg (half-mile east of Fourth Street N).


TUESDAY: Coyotes at Lightning, 7:30, Ice Palace, Tampa, Sunshine. Tickets $10-$125 through Ticketmaster (813) 287-8844 or the Lightning ticket office (813) 301-6600.

THURSDAY: Bruins at Lightning, 7:30, Sunshine.

SATURDAY: Rangers at Lightning, 7:30, ESPN2.

SUNDAY: Lightning at Predators, 6, Sunshine.


SATURDAY: Withlachoochee Rails to Trails 50K/100K, Brooksville.


SATURDAY: Fourth annual Mutiny Under-8 Jamboree, 8 a.m., Shimburg Park Soccer Complex, Town "N' Country, events include a six-on-six competition with Mutiny players; (813) 386-2014.


MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY: St. Petersburg Half-Century Softball Club, tripleheader, 10 a.m., North Shore Park, St. Petersburg; (727) 894-2206.

TUESDAY/THURSDAY/SATURDAY: Kids & Kubs doubleheader, 10:30 a.m. and Noon, North Shore Park, downtown St. Petersburg; (727) 893-7108.

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