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Richard Jefferson scored 35 points Saturday and the Milwaukee Bucks used a 37-21 third quarter to rout Oklahoma City 115-98. Leading 56-51 at the half, Milwaukee opened the third period with an 11-2 run and then tore off a 12-2 run to build a 93-72 lead going into the fourth quarter. Jefferson also had nine rebounds.
Jazmine Sepulveda scored 18 points Saturday, sparking South Florida's 75-71 win over Kansas for the women's NIT championship. South Florida overcame a large and raucous crowd at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan., to win the first post-season crown in school history. Sepulveda's jumper gave her team an insurmountable 72-67 lead with 28 seconds left. Shantia Grace, the game's most valuable player, scored 16 with four rebounds and five assists.
Terrence Williams scored 24 points with 15 rebounds Sunday, helping Louisville eliminate upstart Siena 79-72 in a second-round NCAA Tournament game in Dayton. The Cardinals, the tournament's overall No.
Chris Wright scored a career-high 27 points Friday when 11th-seeded Dayton upset No.
Byron Eaton scored the last five points Friday to help eighth-seeded Oklahoma State edge No.
Marcus Thornton's game-high 30 points Thursday helped eighth-seeded LSU top No.
Jack McClinton scored 25 points Wednesday to lead Miami-Florida to a 78-66 victory against Providence in the first round of the NIT. Despite an off-night, the sharpshooting senior guard buried 7-of-14 3-pointers and also had seven rebounds. Miami built an early 11-4 advantage, led 33-28 at halftime
Stephen Curry scored 32 points Tuesday to lead Davidson to a 70-63 win over South Carolina in first-round NIT play. Andrew Lovedale added 17 points and nine rebounds for the Wildcats (27-7).
Robert Dozier's 18 points and 14 rebounds Saturday led third-ranked Memphis to a 64-39 rout of Tulsa and its fourth straight Conference USA Tournament title. Louisville, playing on its home court, led only 28-20 at the break, but began the second stanza with a 7-0 run.
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