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Temple Takes Down Tulsa - Feb 24, 2019


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Shizz Alston
Philadelphia, PA - The Temple Owls scored a season-high 53 points in the second half to defeat the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, 84-73, at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia. The win gave the Owls a season split in their series with Tulsa with each team notching a win on their home court.

Temple and Tulsa were locked in a tight, defensive game for most of the first half as good post defense by Temple's J.P. Moorman II and Justyn Hamilton limited the effectiveness of Tulsa's inside game.

Tulsa guard Curran Scott led the first half scoring for the Golden Hurricane. He drove consistently and aggressively in the first half and finished the half with 10 points on 7-for-7 shooting from the foul line. Both teams struggled from 3-point range and, as the first half horn sounded, Temple clung to a 31-30 lead.

The second half started with Temple using an inside-out attack to extend their lead to 45-39 four minutes into the period. Tulsa stayed close midway through the second stanza as substitute guard Elijah Joiner attacked the basket, scoring or assisting on four straight Tulsa possessions.

Temple's height and length advantage across the front line began to take its toll over the course of the next few minutes as the Owls' Damian Moore controlled the boards and Quinton Rose scored on multiple slashing drive/dunks as well as a soaring alley-oop throwdown at the rim.

The steady floor leadership of Shizz Alston (6'4''-G-96) kept Temple's lead at a comfortable 8-10 points as the game approached the final minutes. Alston controlled the game from his guard position, attacking when he saw an advantage, hitting a couple of 3-point shots, and pulling back the reins of the Temple offense as the team went into a more deliberate offense in the last three minutes of the game.

Tulsa was unable to apply any effective pressure in the last few minutes of the game and Temple coasted to a comfortable victory in front of their home fans. Alston, Jr. and Rose finished as high scorers for Temple with 24 and 23 points respectively.

Scott and forward Martins Igbanu led the scoring for Tulsa with 15 points each.

Both teams are back in action on Tuesday, with Temple facing a tough test at Memphis and Tulsa playing at home against Tulane.

This article was written by Mark Jablonski, a correspondent and scout for NetScouts Basketball.   




David
Jenkins
UNLV lands top transfer over Gonzaga, Oregon - 1 day ago
South Dakota State transfer David Jenkins (6'2''-G-98) announced over the weekend that he has committed to UNLV, following his former head coach to Sin City. 'I could not be more thrilled for the opportunity to continue coaching David,' head coach T.J. Otzelberger said. Otzelberger coached Jenkins at South Dakota State last season before taking over at UNLV this spring. 'He will quickly become a fan favorite here in Las Vegas because of his personality and his competitive drive. David is...   [read more]

Khavon Moore
Clemson lands Texas Tech transfer Khavon Moore - 4 days ago
On Thursday evening, Khavon Moore (6'8''-F-00) announced his transfer to Clemson. The former 247Sports high four-star small forward signed with Texas Tech in 2018 and became the Red Raiders' highest-ranked signee ever. 247Sports ranked the former Macon (Ga.) Westside standout as the No. 13 small forward and No. 64 overall prospect in the 2018 recruiting class. Stemming from reasons due to a broken leg suffered in January 2018, Moore (6-7, 215) played in just one game last season as a fres...   [read more]

Precious
Achiuwa
Memphis, Penny land commitment from second five-star prospect, Precious Achiuwa - 4 days ago
The transformation is complete. On Friday afternoon, Precious Achiuwa (6'9''-F-99), a top 15 prospect in the Class of 2019, announced that he has committed to play his college basketball at Memphis, joining one of the best recruiting classes in the country and affirming that Penny Hardaway will enter the 2019-20 season with a preseason top 10 team. Achiuwa, one of the top combo-forwards in the class and the kind of athlete that will make him an attractive player to NBA GMs, joins No. 1 pl...   [read more]


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