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Oakland Turns Down the Heat on the UIC Flames - Mar 1, 2019


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Auburn Hills, MI- Oakland, coming off an impressive 80-56 victory over Detroit Mercy, faced the UIC Flames Thursday with the teams tied for third place in the Horizon League. The two teams played earlier this season with Oakland winning by 13 points, 80-67. This contest would not be any different as the Grizzlies would struggle a bit in the first half but managed to claw out an 86-72 win over the Flames.

The leading scorers for the Grizzlies were Brad Brechting (6'11''-C-96) (20 points and 8 rebounds), Jaevin Cumberland (16 points), and Tray Maddox Jr. (15 points). The Flames' leading scorers was Godwin Boahen (20 points), Tarkus Ferguson (18 points) with Rob Howard and Jacob Wiley both adding 10 points.

Oakland took command from the tip scoring the first seven points of the game. The Grizzlies started the contest with Cumberland playing point guard to counter the speed and athleticism of the Flames' guards and went to a man-to-man defense to build their early point lead. The hero from the Detroit contest, Brechting, continued his strong play. He led all scorers with 10 points midway through the first half with hustle, post-ups, and rebounding on both ends of the court. The Flames used defensive pressure and speed from their guards to tie the contest at 26 at the 8:05 mark of the half. The game would go back and forth until halftime with the Grizzlies holding a 39-36 lead.

In the second half, both teams battled hard trading baskets and playing solid defense, not giving their opponents a chance to pull ahead. Then Cumberland, Maddox, and Brechting began to assert an extra level of offensive muscle. Brechting started posting up the smaller bigs from the Flames and Cumberland started hitting outside shots to open up the paint for Xavier Hill-Mais to help extend the Grizzlies lead to 18. But UIC then got hot as Ferguson and Boahen started to take over. They started driving hard to the basket against Oakland's less athletic guards and turning the heat up on defense. They pressed and set traps to generate steals and quick baskets to cut the led down to 11 points with 1:57 left on the clock. But they ran out of gas and time as the Grizzlies sealed the 14-point victory.

Oakland shot 46 percent from the field, 30 percent on 3s and 79 percent from the free throw line. UIC shot 43 percent from the field, 35 percent on 3s and 73 percent from the free throw line.

Oakland's next opponent will be IUPUI on Saturday at home while UIC will try to get back to the win column on the road against Detroit Mercy, also on Saturday.

This article was written by Thomas Smith, a correspondent and scout for NetScouts Basketball.
  



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