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 1 Virginia - (13-0) 
 2 Duke - (13-1) 
 3 Gonzaga - (14-2) 
 4 Tennessee - (13-1) 
 5 Michigan S - (14-2) 
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 7 Houston - (15-0) 
 8 Kentucky - (11-3) 
 9 Virginia T - (13-1) 
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 11 Texas Tech - (14-1) 
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 13 LSU - (11-3) 
 14 Purdue - (9-6) 
 15 Nebraska - (11-4) 
 16 Wisconsin - (11-4) 
 17 Louisville - (10-4) 
 18 Iowa St. - (12-3) 
 19 Kansas - (12-2) 
 20 Maryland - (13-3) 
 21 Marquette - (12-3) 
 22 Auburn - (11-2) 
 23 Nevada - (13-2) 
 24 Mississipp - (11-2) 
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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., Hofstra26.2 
 4. Edwards, Purdue24.6 
 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. Barrett-Jr, Duke23.8 
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 Nicolas CARVACHO
  Colorado.
  (211-F-97)
  Avg: 12.4
 1. Carvacho, Colorado.12.4 
 2. Wiggins, Bowling .12.4 
 3. Rodriguez, E.Ten.12.1 
 4. Murphy, Minnesota12.1 
 5. Cacok, NC-Wilmi.11.9 
 6. Pope, Beth.-Co.11.6 
 7. Diane, CS North.11.3 
 8. Daum, S.Dakota St.10.9 
 9. Lawson, Kansas10.7 
 10. Mooney, Notre Dame10.7 
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 Ja MORANT
  Murray St.
  (190-G-99)
  Avg: 10.7
 1. Morant, Murray St.10.7 
 2. Robinson, TCU7.9 
 3. Toews, NC-Wilmi.7.8 
 4. Parker, Sacred H.7.4 
 5. Pickett, Siena7.3 
 6. Winston, Michigan St.7.3 
 7. Ross, Pepperdine7.2 
 8. Stallworth, Citadel6.8 
 9. Griffin, S.Missis.6.7 
 10. Harper, Auburn6.6 
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 Brian BEARD
  FIU
  (178-PG-)
  Avg: 3.5
 1. Beard, FIU3.5 
 2. Rideau, S.Florida3.2 
 3. Gilyard, Richmond3.2 
 4. Carry, Duquesne2.9 
 5. Waters, LSU2.9 
 6. Ponds, St.John's2.7 
 7. Sharkey, Samford2.7 
 8. Reaves, Penn St.2.7 
 9. Cooks, NJIT2.6 
 10. Miller, NC-Green.2.6 
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 Kylor KELLEY
  Oregon St.
  (213-F/C-97)
  Avg: 4.2
 1. Kelley, Oregon St.4.2 
 2. Gilbeck, W.Illinois3.9 
 3. Durham, Notre Dame3.2 
 4. Claxton, Georgia3.1 
 5. Gant, La-Lafayette3.0 
 6. Clarke, Gonzaga2.9 
 7. Osaghae, FIU2.9 
 8. Fall, Cent.Florida2.9 
 9. Robb, Niagara2.8 
 10. Nebo, Texas A&M2.8 

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Johnson's 20 helps No. 18 NC State rally past Miami 87-82 - Jan 4, 2019


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Thanks to a big finish, the North Carolina State Wolfpack are off to a start that draws comparisons to their first national championship season. Reserve Markell Johnson (6'1''-G-98) scored 20 points and the No. 18 Wolfpack shot 57 percent in the second half to rally past Miami 87-82 in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams Thursday. The Wolfpack (13-1) won their seventh game in a row and are off to their best start since the 1973-74 team that won the NCAA title. "We've got to follow their footsteps," Johnson said with a grin. "That's what we're trying to do." The Hurricanes (8-5) built their biggest lead at 74-64 with 10 minutes left, but the Wolfpack responded by scoring 13 consecutive points, and Devon Daniels (6'5''-G-98)' driving layup put them ahead to stay with 6 1/2 minutes to go. Johnson made four free throws in the final 28 seconds to seal the win. "Definitely a game to build on," Johnson said. "Being down 10 on the road to come back and win is big. We feel like we can come back from anything." Miami went nearly five minutes without a point and missed eight shots in a row. Both coaches said North Carolina State's superior depth took a toll on the Hurricanes, who rotate seven players and had two of them battling cramps in the second half. "I thought we would eventually wear those guys down," Wolfpack coach Kevin Keatts said. "That's going to be the issue all season," Miami coach Jim Larranaga said. Johnson shot 6 for 8, made four 3-pointers and added five assists. "He was tremendous," Keatts said. "He controlled tempo at the end. He pushed the ball in transition and made some big shots for us." Johnson played only 23 minutes, in part because of foul trouble in the first half. "He was the most west-rested player on the court the whole second half," Larranaga said. "He just played great. He had himself a complete game. He's very good, and we knew it." Daniels finished with 19 points for the Wolfpack, who outrebounded the smaller Hurricanes 51-29. Miami shot 29 free throws but sank only 16. "That was a heck of a game," Larranaga said. "My guys played their hearts out. If we had just made a few more free throws, it would have been a different outcome." Miami sophomore Chris Lykes (5'7''-PG-98) scored a career-high 28 points on only 15 shots. Zach Johnson added 21 points. The Hurricanes outscored North Carolina State 17-2 in the final five minutes of the first half to lead 45-37. The Wolfpack shot 37 percent in the first half and 46 percent for the game. "In the first half we got stagnant on offense," Daniels said. "Then we started moving the ball around more."
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R.J.
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RJ Barrett leads No. 1 Duke past No. 4 Virginia 72-70 - 1 day ago
No. 1 Duke and fourth-ranked Virginia kept trading baskets - and the lead - down the stretch of another classic at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Here's the difference: The Blue Devils had R.J. Barrett Jr. (6'7''-F-00), Zion Williamson (6'7''-F-00) and a defense that -even without key on-the-ball defender Tre Jones- flipped the script on the Cavaliers. R.J. Barrett Jr. scored 30 points, Williamson had 27 and Duke gave Virginia its first loss of the season by beating the Cavaliers 72-70 on Saturd...   [read more]

Barry Brown
Brown and Wade lead Kansas State past No. 20 Oklahoma, 74-61 - 4 days ago
Kansas State guard Barry Brown (6'3''-G-96) didn't need any last-minute heroics this time. After hitting game-winners in the final minute of the Wildcats' previous two games, he helped Kansas State control Oklahoma from start to finish. Brown scored 25 points as Kansas State beat the 20th-ranked Sooners 74-61 on Wednesday night. Brown, coming off his first Big 12 player of the week honor, is averaging 25.7 points during the Wildcats' three-game win streak. "Obviously, Barry's playing at a...   [read more]

Ty Jerome
No. 4 UVa Basketball Dominates No. 9 Virginia Tech 81-59 - 5 days ago
In the first-ever men's basketball game between UVa and Virginia Tech when both schools were ranked in the Top Ten, the #4 Cavaliers came away with a dominating 81-59 victory against the #9 Hokies on Tuesday night at John Paul Jones Arena. UVa (16-0, 4-0 ACC) made 10-of-14 three-point tries in the 1st half, and jumped out to a 44-22 lead. The Hokies (14-2, 3-1 ACC) were never able to get closer than 14 points in the 2nd half. Virginia head coach Tony Bennett say, "Do you do well what matt...   [read more]


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