Tuesday, November 5, 2019
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November 5 Game Forecasts   
Top Performances
1Nick Guadarrama (UNH vs. ND1) 20 pts (7/8 fg), 2/2 3fg, 18 reb
2Marcus Santos-Silva (VCU vs. SFPA) 21 pts (8/11 fg), 18 reb, 3 stl
3Mason Jones (ARK vs. RICE) 32 pts (12/18 fg), 4/8 3fg, 7 reb, 5 stl
4Markus Howard (MARQ vs. LMD) 38 pts (11/20 fg), 7/10 3fg, 5 reb
5James Wiseman (MEM vs. SCST) 28 pts (11/14 fg), 11 reb, 3 blk
6Jared Butler (BAY vs. UCA) 30 pts (10/14 fg), 8/12 3fg, 4 reb, 5 ast, 2 stl
7Elyjah Williams (FDU vs. ND1) 18 pts (9/10 fg), 8 reb, 5 ast, 4 stl, 4 blk
8Boban Jacdonmi (SOMS vs. ND1) 29 pts (12/16 fg), 10 reb
9James Banks (GT vs. NCSU) 20 pts (8/13 fg), 14 reb, 5 blk
10Cheikh Mbacke Diong (UNLV vs. PFW) 17 pts (5/9 fg), 17 reb, 4 blk
Game of the Day
Kansas Jayhawks 66, Duke Blue Devils 68
NEW YORK (AP) Tre Jones scored 15 points and Cassius Stanley added 11 of his 13 points in the second half to help No. 4 Duke beat third-ranked Kansas 68-66 in the opener of the Champions Classic on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. While Duke doesn't have the star-studded freshmen class of last season of Zion Williamson, Cam Reddish and RJ Barrett, coach Mike Krzyzewski may have a more balanced team, capable of making plays down the stretch when needed. Trailing 61-60 with 2:29 left, Stanley drove to the basket and made the layup and was fouled. The freshman guard converted the free throw to give the Blue Devils a one-point lead. Devon Dotson missed a layup on the other end and Jones then hit a jumper that bounced off the rim twice before dropping in with 1:33 left. Marcus Garrett got the Jayhawks back within one. After a miss by the Blue Devils, Kansas turned the ball over with 37 seconds left. It was the Jayhawks 28th turnover of the game. Jones then converted two free throws with 26.2 seconds left. Kansas had chances, but couldn't convert until Dotson banked in a meaningless 3-pointer at the buzzer. He finished with 17 points. This is just the third time in school history that Duke has opened up its season with a top-five matchup. The Blue Devils beat No. 2 Kentucky in this event last year in Indianapolis. Tuesday's game marked the return of Kansas senior Udoka Azubuike, who played only nine games last year after tearing ligaments in his right hand. He had eight points. It also was the first game for Silvio De Sousa since the 2017-18 season. He was suspended for two seasons because of NCAA violations and sat out last year as Kansas was implicated in the FBI probe of college basketball. Kansas won an appeal that allowed De Sousa to play this year. He got a nice ovation from the fans when he checked in nearly 3:30 into the game. He finished with three points. Duke led 33-30 at the half as neither team really got into much of an offensive rhythm in the opening 20 minutes. There was a lot of sloppy play with Kansas committing 18 turnovers in the first half. Despite all the miscues, the Jayhawks were able to stay in the game by hitting 10 of their 19 shots. No. 1 Michigan State plays second-ranked Kentucky in the second game of the doubleheader. This is the first time in the nine-year history of the event that the four teams occupy the top four spots in the poll.
UL 87, MIA 74   MTST 73, USU 81   RICE 43, ARK 91  
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