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Arizona rallies in 2nd half to beat Cal in Pac-12 opener
BERKELEY, Calif. -- Despite a pretty rigorous non-conference schedule highlighted by two games against ranked teams, Arizona coach Sean Miller wasn't surprised his squad came out a little tentative in its Pac-12 opener.A strong second half from freshman Kobi Simmons provided all the calming influence the 18th-ranked Wildcats needed.Dusan Ristic scored 16 points and Arizona overcame a sluggish and sloppy first half to beat California 67-62 on Friday night.Simmons added 14 points while Lauri Markkanen had 13 points and nine rebounds as the Wildcats (12-2, 1-0) rallied from 13 points down and used a big run coming out of halftime to extend their winning streak to six games."It was us just getting back comfortable and finding ourselves," Simmons said after Arizona won for only the second time this season after trailing at halftime. "We know what we can do and we know the players we have. We just came out aggressive (in the second half) and got the job done."Arizona struggled from the perimeter most of the game b
Lucas collects double-double as Kansas defeats TCU 86-80
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Frank Mason III drove hard the length of the court a couple of times and made some other gritty plays to try to get Kansas out of an early funk on the road in its Big 12 opener.The senior guard did enough for the third-ranked Jayhawks to win their 12th straight game and 26th consecutive conference opener, scoring 22 points with seven assists in an 86-80 victory over TCU on Friday night.And while coach Bill Self liked the offense from his floor leader, he felt the slow start has plenty to do with what Mason and backcourt mate Devonte' Graham didn't do on the defensive end."I'm going to try to be very positive; he played good on one end," Self said. "He certainly didn't guard tonight and Devonte' didn't either. Those are good two-way players. We get our personality and our toughness from those two setting the tone and that never occurred tonight."Senior Landen Lucas had 15 points and a career-high 17 rebounds to help the Jayhawks (12-1, 1-0) hold off the Horned Frogs, who led by 10 points i
Wade stars as K-State beats Texas 65-62 in conference opener
MANHATTAN, Kan. -- In last season's contest against Texas, Dean Wade had a chance to win the game against Texas but came up short. This time, he left no doubt.Dean Wade scored 18 points on Friday night to help Kansas State hold off Texas 65-62 in the Big 12 opener for both teams."I like Dean Wade a lot," Texas head coach Shaka Smart said. "I really liked him last year as a freshman and I said last year that this guy was going to be really good because coaches here do a really good job of developing guys and he is obviously putting in the work."Wade was 7 for 10 from the field, including two threes. Wesley Iwundu and Kamau Stokes finished with 16 points each and Stokes helped out with nine assists.At the end of the night, the talk was about Wade and his hot shooting."We told him at halftime to shoot the ball," Stokes said. "He is wide open and we do not want him to pass up shots when Dean is making shots, which opens everything up for us."Kansas State (12-1) used a 15-0 first-half run to lead 19-11. Texas (6-7
No. 3 Kansas avoids upset, beats TCU
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -- Frank Mason III scored 22 points and No. 3 Kansas won its 12th consecutive game and 26th straight conference opener, beating TCU 86-80 to start Big 12 play Friday night.Senior Landen Lucas had 15 points and a career-high 17 rebounds to help the Jayhawks (12-1, 1-0) hold off the Horned Frogs, who led by 10 points in the first half and stayed close after winning 11 of their first 12 under first-year coach Jamie Dixon, a former TCU guard.Kansas improved to 13-1 against TCU, almost four years after the Jayhawks' only loss in the series on the same court. But it wasn't easy improving to 21-0 in Big 12 openers.Vladimir Brodziansky had a career-high 28 points and nine rebounds for TCU (11-2, 0-1), and Kenrich Williams had his fifth double-double this season with 11 points and 11 rebounds.The Horned Frogs were within four points after Alex Robinson stole a pass by Mason and beat him to the end for a layup. Devonte Graham answered with a leaning runner over Brodziansky, and Mason matched Kans
Miles, Carter lead No. 11 West Virginia over Oklahoma State
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Daxter Miles Jr. scored 22 points and Jevon Carter had 15 points and six assists to lead No. 11 West Virginia to a 92-75 victory over Oklahoma State on Friday in the Big 12 opener for both teams. Nathan Adrian added nine points and eight rebounds for West Virginia (12-1, 1-0), which won its eighth straight. Phil Forte scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Oklahoma State, which saw its four-game winning streak snapped. Leyton Hammonds had 17 points and seven rebounds for the Cowboys (10-3, 0-1).
WATCH: Auburn player invades Georgia’s huddle
The best way to get in your opponent’s head is to get inside their huddle, and that’s what Auburn guard T.J. Dunans did during the team’s game against Georgia. Dunans was able to sneak right in there, and for some reason, none of the Bulldogs players noticed. In fact, they even wrapped their arms around him. Coach Mark Fox explained the play to them, and Dunans was in on it, too. An Auburn player invaded Georgia's huddle, and Georgia didn't even notice(Video via @EdwardsMichaelG) — NOTSportsCenter (@NOTSportsCenter) December 30, 2016 An assistant eventually alerted the refs, but it’s funny that no one noticed up to that point.
Alcegaire, Wiggins lead Bowling Green past Norfolk St, 86-77
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) Wes Alcegaire had 17 points, Demajeo Wiggins added 15 points and 11 rebounds and Bowling Green beat Norfolk State 86-77 on Friday. Rodrick Caldwell scored 13 and freshman Justin Turner added a career-high 10 points. Three free throws by Zaynah Robinson put Norfolk State up 52-45 with 14:38 to play but Caldwell and Turner each hit 3-pointers and Alcegaire made a layup during an 8-2 run that pulled Bowling Green within one about two minutes later. Caldwell converted a 3-point play that made it 67-63 with seven minutes remaining and the Falcons (6-7) led the rest of the way. Jonathan Wade hit 1 of 2 free throws to cut Norfolk State's deficit to six with 2:17 left, but a 3 by Matt Fox and a dunk by Wiggins capped an 8-0 run that gave BGSU its biggest lead, 86-72, with 33 seconds to go. Wade scored 23 on 8-of-13-shooting and Robinson added 22 points, including four 3-pointers, with six assists and two steals for Norfolk State (3-11). The Spartans have lost 10 of 11.
Butler basketball team plane had to made emergency landing
The Butler men’s basketball team was involved in a frightening incident Thursday night when its charter flight from LaGuardia Airport in New York lost cabin pressure and had to make an emergency landing. The Bulldogs were flying to Indianapolis after a 76-73 loss to St. John’s, and the cabin lights went out in the plane about 25 minutes into the flight. Butler head coach Chris Holtmann described the scene. “It started to get really cold, and the plane went completely dark,” Holtmann told ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. “Then all the oxygen masks came flying down, and the flight attendant told everyone to put the masks on. She kept repeating it. We had a really rapid descent. In the span of 10 or 12 minutes, we went from 35,000 feet to 10,000 feet.” Fortunately, the pilot was able to land the plane safely in Pittsburgh shortly after midnight. Holtmann said some players were yelling in panic and staff members texted their wives, wondering if they were going to make it out alive. “As a coach, you are ob
Erratic Syracuse readies for beginning of ACC play
Syracuse was erratic through much of the nonconference portion of its schedule, losing five times. Now, the Orange face the start of Atlantic Coast Conference play wondering if they're ready for the challenge. It's anybody's guess as the team gets set for Sunday's conference opener at Boston College (7-6), the only team in the ACC with a worse record than the Orange (8-5). ''I have no idea, no idea,'' Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said. ''I don't worry about it.'' Syracuse finished nonconference play with an 80-56 win over Cornell of the Ivy League on Tuesday night. Two of its losses have been against teams ranked this year (No. 14 Wisconsin and South Carolina, which has dropped out of the AP Top 25 ), and the other three setbacks came against three former Big East foes (Connecticut, Georgetown, and St. John's). For a team that was ranked in the preseason and bolted to a 4-0 start, the spotty performance since has been puzzling, given two fifth-year transfers lending much-needed experience to a young lineup
Missouri ends non-conference play with disappointing 81-76 loss to Lipscomb
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Nathan Moran shot 5-for-10 from 3-point range and led all scorers with 22 points to help Lipscomb defeat Missouri 81-76 Thursday.Garrison Matthews had 16 points and six rebounds despite fouling out with 2:09 remaining, and Josh Williams and Rob Marberry scored 14 points apiece.Jordan Geist led the way for Missouri, scoring 18 points in his first start for the Tigers, including 12 in the first half.Jordan Barnett scored 15 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in his first collegiate start, and Kevin Puryear finished with 14 points and six rebounds. Barnett, a St. Louis native who transferred from Texas in the middle of last season, had 10 points and nine rebounds in the second half.Missouri's free-throw shooting offset its otherwise poor offensive performance in the first half. The Tigers made 15-of-18 free-throw attempts in the half, but shot just 36 percent from the field, including 27.3 percent from 3-point range. Geist was the only hot hand for Missouri, shooting 3-for-4 in the first half, inclu

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