Tuesday, November 12, 2019
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November 12 Game Forecasts   
Top Performances
1Myles Carter (SEA vs. ND1) 37 pts (11/12 fg), 15 reb, 2 blk
2Arnaldo Toro (GWU vs. AMER) 20 pts (8/13 fg), 24 reb, 2 stl
3Nick Rakocevic (USC vs. SDST) 27 pts (8/14 fg), 16 reb, 5 stl, 2 blk
4Curtis Cobb (WAG vs. ND1) 40 pts (13/22 fg), 10/15 3fg, 2 reb, 6 stl
5Trey McGowens (PITT vs. RMU) 25 pts (8/13 fg), 1/1 3fg, 8 reb, 5 ast, 4 stl
6Javon Freeman-Liberty (VALP vs. SIUE) 30 pts (11/20 fg), 2/4 3fg, 13 reb
7Kessler Edwards (PEPP vs. CSN) 22 pts (7/13 fg), 4/7 3fg, 15 reb, 2 blk
8John Mooney (ND vs. HOW) 18 pts (8/16 fg), 2/5 3fg, 16 reb, 5 ast
9Bolden Brace (NU vs. MASS) 20 pts (7/13 fg), 4/8 3fg, 12 reb, 5 ast, 2 stl
10Brandon Rachal (TULS vs. ORU) 24 pts (9/12 fg), 1/2 3fg, 9 reb, 3 stl
Game of the Day
Memphis Tigers 74, Oregon Ducks 82
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Shakur Juiston had 17 points and 10 rebounds, and No. 14 Oregon held off No. 13 Memphis 82-74 in the inaugural Phil Knight Invitational on Tuesday night. Payton Pritchard added 14 points and six assists as the Ducks collected their third straight win to open the season. James Wiseman had 14 points and 12 rebounds as controversy continued to swirl around the Tigers' 7-foot-1 freshman phenom. Memphis (2-1) was led by Lester Quinones with 16 points. Oregon was hurt with 5:12 to go in the opening half when starter Chris Duarte had to be helped off the court with what appeared to be a knee injury. He started the second half but quickly went back to the bench. The Ducks led by as many as 12 points in the second half but Memphis closed to within 65-61 after Quinones' fast-break layup capped an 8-0 run. Francis Okoro answered with a layup for the Ducks. Pritchard's 3-pointer put Oregon up 70-63 with 4:53 left. Wiseman's jumper got the Tigers back within four points at 71-67 but Will Richardson's 3 extended the lead again for the Ducks. Pritchard sunk another 3-pointer with 1:32 left that made it 77-69 and Memphis could not catch up. Wiseman was played sparingly in the first half after collecting two quick fouls. Memphis issued a statement on Friday saying that Wiseman, the nation's top-rated recruit and likely a first-round NBA draft pick next year, would miss games while the university worked to restore his eligibility. But the school also said it supports Wiseman challenging the NCAA and has let him play under a temporary restraining order obtained late Friday afternoon by his attorney. An NCAA investigation revealed that Wiseman was likely ineligible because Memphis coach Penny Hardaway, who was then coach of East High School, gave $11,500 in moving expenses to help Wiseman's family move from Nashville to Memphis in the summer of 2017 after giving his alma mater $1 million in 2008 for a sports hall of fame.
MIZZ 58, XU 63 (OT)   EVAN 67, UK 64   MURR 63, TENN 82  
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