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Oakland Tames the Jaguars of IUPUI - Mar 3, 2019


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Brad
Brechting
Auburn Hills, MI- The Oakland Grizzlies coming off an hard fought 86-72 victory over the UIC Flames, faced the IUPUI Jaguars with both teams were jockeying for seeding for the Horizon League Tournament. The teams played earlier this season with Oakland losing by two points, 73-71. This contest would not have the same outcome as Oakland would fall behind 33-31 in the first half but managed to scratch out a 74-63 win.

The leading scorers for the Grizzlies were Brad Brechting (6'11''-C-96) (15 points), Xavier Hill-Mais (14 points and 7 rebounds) and Jaevin Cumberland and Braden Norris both with 12 points each. The Jaguars' leading scorers were Admed Ismail, Camron Justice, and Jaylen Minnett who each had 15 points and Evan Hall added 10 points.

From the beginning it looked like IUPUI would have a repeat of the first meeting, they held leads of 5-to-9 points most of the first half. The Jaguars guards showed more speed on offense and the bigs for IUPUI were more active around the paint, keeping Hill-Mais and Brechting in check for most of the half. The Jaguars had Oakland scouted well, they caught them napping with the high pick and roll. This went on until the 7:02 mark in the half, then Brechting, begin to show some offensive and defense hustle. He started driving to the basket, blocked a few shots, and grabbed rebounds. Then the Grizzlies started to bear down and took a one point led, with 1:30 left 29-28. This back and forth battle went on for the last 49 seconds with IUPUI leading by two points at the half.

In the second half, both teams battled hard and didn't give up an easy shot. Then Karmari Newman start to shut down Justice with face up defense and beating Justice to his spots on the court. Brechting begin to show more of that first half hustle on the boards. Hill-Mais, Maddox, and Cumberland started to turn up the heat on defense also, but Newman was the second half hero making a few buckets, chasing balls, pressuring opponents plus setting up Norris for a few offensive opportunities. The Grizzlies would stretch their led from 3 to 13 points using the up tempo play of Cumberland at point guard and Norris at shooting guard to free up Norris from the IUPUI defensive pressure. With the Grizzlies leading by 13 with 2:28 on the clock, Oakland played like they had been behind by 13 and then turned it up a notch to increase the lead to 16 to put the Jaguars back in the cage for the night.

Oakland shot 50.9 percent from the field, 43.5 percent from 3 and 66.7 percent from the free throw line. IUPUI shot 41.7 percent from the field, 31.8 percent from 3 and 100 percent from the free throw line.

Oakland's next opponent will be the 6th seed in the Horizon League tournament on Wednesday while IUPUI will play either the 1st or 2nd seed.

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




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