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 1 Michigan 4-0 (15-0) 
 2 Virginia 1-0 (13-0) 
 3 Duke 2-0 (13-1) 
 4 Texas Tech 3-0 (14-1) 
 5 Kansas 1-1 (12-2) 
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 8 Michigan S 5-0 (14-2) 
 9 Houston 2-0 (15-0) 
 10 Nevada 1-1 (13-2) 
 11 N.Carolina 2-0 (12-3) 
 12 Buffalo 1-0 (13-1) 
 13 Nebraska 1-3 (11-4) 
 14 Gonzaga 1-0 (14-2) 
 15 NC State 1-1 (13-2) 
 16 Auburn 0-0 (11-2) 
 17 Louisville 1-0 (10-4) 
 18 Oklahoma 1-2 (12-3) 
 19 Marquette 1-1 (12-3) 
 20 Indiana 3-1 (12-3) 
 21 Virginia T 2-0 (13-1) 
 22 Mississipp 0-1 (12-2) 
 23 Ohio St. 2-1 (12-2) 
 24 USF 2-0 (14-2) 
 25 Furman 3-1 (14-2) 
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 Chris CLEMONS
  Campbell
  (175-PG-97)
  Avg: 29.2
 1. Clemons, Campbell29.2 
 2. Davis, Detroit .27.7 
 3. Wright-F., Hofstra26.9 
 4. Edwards, Purdue24.9 
 5. Marrow, Hampton24.5 
 6. Howard, Marquette24.4 
 7. Davis, N.Colorado24.2 
 8. Daum, S.Dakota St.24.2 
 9. Diane, CS North.23.9 
 10. Mayo, E.Kentucky23.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Demajeo WIGGINS
  Bowling .
  (208-F-97)
  Avg: 12.4
 1. Wiggins, Bowling .12.4 
 2. Carvacho, Colorado.12.4 
 3. Rodriguez, E.Ten.12.1 
 4. Cacok, NC-Wilmi.11.9 
 5. Murphy, Minnesota11.6 
 6. Pope, Beth.-Co.11.6 
 7. Diane, CS North.11.1 
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 9. Lawson, Kansas10.6 
 10. Yetna, S.Florida10.4 
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 Ja MORANT
  Murray St.
  (190-G-99)
  Avg: 10.7
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 2. Robinson, TCU8.2 
 3. Toews, NC-Wilmi.8.1 
 4. Parker, Sacred H.7.4 
 5. Winston, Michigan St.7.4 
 6. Pickett, Siena7.3 
 7. Ross, Pepperdine7.2 
 8. Stallworth, Citadel6.8 
 9. Griffin, S.Missis.6.7 
 10. Harper, Auburn6.7 
Steals Per Game
 Brian BEARD
  FIU
  (178-PG-)
  Avg: 3.5
 1. Beard, FIU3.5 
 2. Gilyard, Richmond3.3 
 3. Rideau, S.Florida3.3 
 4. Waters, LSU3.0 
 5. Carry, Duquesne2.9 
 6. Reaves, Penn St.2.7 
 7. Sharkey, Samford2.7 
 8. Rose, Temple2.6 
 9. Rafferty, Furman2.6 
 10. Ponds, St.John's2.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Kylor KELLEY
  Oregon St.
  (213-F/C-97)
  Avg: 4.2
 1. Kelley, Oregon St.4.2 
 2. Gilbeck, W.Illinois3.9 
 3. Claxton, Georgia3.3 
 4. Durham, Notre Dame3.2 
 5. Fall, Cent.Florida3.1 
 6. Clarke, Gonzaga3.1 
 7. Gant, La-Lafayette3.0 
 8. Osaghae, FIU2.9 
 9. Robb, Niagara2.8 
 10. Nebo, Texas A&M2.7 

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Michigan State basketball scorches Green Bay, 104-83, led by Nick Ward - Dec 17, 2018


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Michigan State's finals-week haze lasted 7 minutes Sunday. The Spartans quickly dispatched Green Bay from there with one of its most dominant halves in recent memory, earning a 104-83 victory at Breslin Center. "I thought after those first five minutes, we played some of our best basketball," coach Tom Izzo said. "We were running ... and the way we run when we're running is impressive." No. 9 MSU closed the opening half with a 44-11 run, behind perfect shooting from Nick Ward (6'8''-F-97), who set four personal bests. Ward finished with career highs in points (28), field goals made and attempted (12 of 13) and blocked shots (four). Five other players scored in double figures, with point guard Cassius Winston (6'0''-G-97) adding 16 points, 12 assists and six rebounds. The Spartans (9-2), who went over the 100-point mark for the third time this season, are off until they host Oakland on Friday (7 p.m., BTN). Ward could not be stopped on the block and around the rim, particularly in the first half. The 6-foot-9 junior forward hit layup after layup down low, including a pair of personal six-point runs. Ward was 9-for-9 in the fist half with 22 points, as MSU pulled to a 64-35 lead at the half. "I just try to do the best I can for my team every time I step on the court," Ward said. "I go as hard as I can to make the best play." In the second half, with the Spartans coasting, Ward hit his first two shots before missing his only shot with 10:40 to play. The Phoenix (6-6) gave MSU fits early in the game, making 10 of their first 15 shots and scoring from seemingly improbable angles and desperation flings. They went up five on a 3-pointer by Sandy Cohen III (6'6''-F-95) III, and were up 24-20 when Cohen hit a fadeaway jumper on the right block. That's when the Spartans took flight. Matt McQuaid (6'4''-G-96), making his first start in more than three weeks, scored five straight points to spark MSU's knockout run. That was the start of a 16-0 burst that gave the Spartans the lead for good on a 3-pointer by McQuaid. The senior, who returned at Florida on Dec. 8 from a thigh bruise that forced him out for three games, scored 12 points Sunday. "I'd say I'm 100 percent," said McQuaid, who played 23 minutes. "I feel like I got a little tired, but it was more mental than physical. You just gotta push through it." Ward scored 18 of his points in the final 10:03 of the half. MSU was 15-for-22 in the final 12:43. Green Bay shot 4-for-23 over the final 13 minutes of the period. The Spartans led by as many as 34 in the second half, shooting 50.7 percent for the game. They also finished with a 24-11 advantage in fast-break points, MSU's most in a month. The Phoenix made it closer by making seven 3-pointers in the second half, five of them in the final 9:01. "As I told my team," Izzo said, "you learn a lot about your team in big games, and you learn a lot about your team in games that you should win. What I didn't like is we have to learn how to finish - first finish games, finish practice and finish seasons. ... So our motto has been let's try and finish every event every day that we're doing. Today, we did not finish, and we're going to address that." Winston tied a career high with 12 assists, seven of them coming in the first half. But the junior point guard was not alone. The Spartans had 31 assists on 38 made field goals. A pair of freshmen set new career highs, as Izzo was able to give his newcomers extended minutes in the blowout. Guard Foster Loyer scored 10 points, and swingman Gabe Brown (6'9''-SF-00) had 11, going 3-for-4 from 3-point range. "I gotta use this time to help regain a little bit of confidence that I have in myself. That's something I won't lose," Loyer said. "But also to go out there and to work my butt off to show a little bit to coaches and a little bit to everyone else that I can go out there and help the team." Junior guard Joshua Langford added 13 points and seven rebounds for MSU. The Spartans also crushed the Phoenix on the boards, 56-34. Senior Kenny Goins had nine rebounds and sophomore Xavier Tillman grabbed eight.
Courtesy of: freep.com  




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No. 4 UVa Basketball Dominates No. 9 Virginia Tech 81-59 - 2 days ago
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