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NFL Doubleheader on WHTC Today, Lions Take on Giants, Bears in Philly, Red Wings Win, Blackhawks, Pistons and Bulls Lose

UNDATED (WHTC) -- Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson is listed as questionable for this afternoon’s game against the New York Giants.  Detroit enters Sunday's contest one game behind Chicago for first place in the NFC North with two games left to play.  Game coverage on 1450 WHTC begins at 3 P.M.

The second game of our Sunday NFL doubleheader sees a pair of division leaders meet in Philadelphia tonight with the NFC East-leading Eagles taking on the NFC North-best Chicago Bears. Both teams could secure division championships, but need to win and get some from other teams before Sunday night's kickoff.  Game coverage begins on Holland’s Hometown Station at 7:15 P.M.


Pavel Datsyuk scored the deciding goal of the shootout to lift the Red Wings to a 5-4 win over the Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre.  Datsyuk also scored in regulation along with tallies from Joakim Andersson, Tomas Jurco and Tomas Tatar.  Jonas Gustavsson made 19 saves as Detroit won its second straight following a six-game slide.  They take on the Islanders at Joe Louis Arena Monday night. 

Ryan Kesler scored the deciding goal of the shootout to lift the Canucks to a 3-2 win over the Blackhawks at the United Center.  Patrick Kane had a goal and an assist for Chicago while Kris Versteeg also scored in defeat.  Antti Raanta stopped 22 shots as the 'Hawks lost for just the second time in seven games.  Their next game is Monday against the New Jersey Devils.


The Grand Rapids Griffins fought back from a two-goal deficit on Saturday but a marker by the Chicago Wolves in the final minutes put the Wolves on top, 3-2, at Allstate Arena.


Dwight Howard posted 35 points, 19 rebounds and five assists to guide the Rockets to a 114-97 win over the Pistons at The Palace.  Josh Smith tallied a team-best 19 points for Detroit, which has lost two in-a-row.  Greg Monroe chipped in with 10 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.  Another home game tomorrow sees Cleveland in town.

Carlos Boozer tallied 19 points and nine rebounds to power the Bulls to a 100-84 win over the Cavaliers at the United Center.  D.J. Augustin added 18 points and 10 assists for Chicago, which snapped a four-game slide.  Joakim Noah contributed 11 points and 18 rebounds in the win.  They play the Brooklyn Nets on Christmas Day.


The Hope men’s basketball team dropped the title game of its Russ DeVette Tournament to third-ranked Illinois Wesleyan 91-83 on Saturday.  Sophomore guard Ben Gardner matched his season-high with 21 points for Hope.

Guard Megan Kelley’s career-high 25 points helped the Flying Dutch outlast Wisconsin-La Crosse 75-70 in overtime in the championship game of the RDV Sportsplex D3 Classic Saturday in Orlando, Florida.  Nationally ranked Hope improved to 11-0 overall by outscoring Wisconsin-La Crosse by an 11-6 margin during the five-minute overtime period.

Eight members of the Grand Valley State men's basketball team scored at least six points as it cruised to a 85-71 victory over Grace Bible College on Saturday afternoon.  The Lakers are now 8-0 overall and will resume GLIAC play on Jan. 2 against Hillsdale.

The Lady Lakers are in Indianapolis today for their final non-conference game of the 2013-14 season.

Story by:  Diane E Coston