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Barry scores 30, No. 15 Florida races past Auburn 114-95 - Feb 15, 2017


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Canyon Barry
With defensive stops hard to come by, Canyon Barry (6'6''-G-94) and the Florida Gators simply scored more than they had all season. Barry scored a season-high 30 points and the 15th-ranked Gators kept up with high-scoring Auburn for a half, then sprinted away to a 114-95 victory Tuesday night. Known more for their stingy defense, the Gators (21-5, 11-2 Southeastern Conference) blew past their previous scoring high of 106 points en route to a seventh straight win. They dominated after going into halftime locked in a 50-50 tie, coming out of the locker room on a 13-3 run and never looking back despite losing center John Egbunu to a knee injury early. "It was an odd game to me," Florida coach Michael White said. "Outside of early second half we never could find a defensive rhythm. They were fantastic offensively. They're just very difficult to defend. Good thing for us it was one of those nights where we made a bunch of shots. We made a bunch of shots, we made a bunch of free throws. "Our guys found a way. Obviously a different way than we won any game last year." Florida shot 56 percent from the field and made 11 of 19 3-point attempts and 37 of 42 free throws. Auburn (16-10, 5-8) became the first team to reach its season average in regulation against the Gators, but couldn't slow them down on the other end. The game was so dominated by offense that 13 players scored in double figures. It was also easily the most points allowed by a Florida team that came in giving up 65.2 points per game. "I don't think our defense was very good," Barry said. "They weren't locked in on scouting reports. The first play of the game, we give up a 3-pointer to one of their best shooters (Purifoy)." Anfernee McLemore (6'7''-F) led Auburn with a career-high 19 points, T.J. Dunans (6'5''-G) had 13 and Ronnie Johnson (6'0''-G-93) 12. KeVaughn Allen (6'2''-G-95) scored all 17 of his points in the second half for Florida, which had seven players reach 10 points. Devin Robinson (6'8''-F-95) added 14. Kasey Hill had 11 points and 12 assists. Egbunu had 10 points before leaving with a left knee injury midway through the first half. He didn't return, and White said he didn't know the nature of the injury. Egbunu is scheduled to have an MRI on Wednesday. "He was having a heck of a game, too, before he got hurt," White said. Barry - who had his made free throw streak end at 42 - made 3 of 5 3-pointers and 11 of 12 foul shots. "Florida's a great team," Auburn coach Bruce Pearl said. "They're engaged on both ends of the floor. We got a real treat in seeing Barry play. He's just a terrific player." It's the first time in nearly two years Auburn has allowed 100 points, the last time against Kentucky on Feb. 21, 2015.
Courtesy of: abcnews.com   




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