Sunday, November 17, 2019
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November 17 Game Forecasts   
Top Performances
1Robert Woodard (MSST vs. UNO) 21 pts (8/14 fg), 2/3 3fg, 16 reb, 4 ast, 3 stl, 2 blk
2Marreon Jackson (TOL vs. HOW) 27 pts (7/10 fg), 3/4 3fg, 3 reb, 9 ast
3Andrew Kostecka (LMD vs. FAIR) 31 pts (11/18 fg), 1/7 3fg, 5 reb, 6 ast, 4 stl
4Dantez Walton (NKU vs. COPP) 24 pts (9/14 fg), 5/8 3fg, 9 reb, 4 ast, 2 stl
5Markquis Nowell (UALR vs. UCA) 25 pts (10/19 fg), 3/7 3fg, 8 reb, 7 ast, 4 stl
6CJ Elleby (WSU vs. IDST) 23 pts (9/14 fg), 2/4 3fg, 8 reb, 7 stl
7David Bell (JAX vs. MERR) 16 pts (6/10 fg), 16 reb, 4 blk
8Aamir Simms (CLEM vs. DET) 19 pts (7/10 fg), 8 reb, 4 ast, 3 stl
9Tahjai Teague (BSU vs. INST) 22 pts (10/13 fg), 10 reb, 3 blk
10Garrett Gilkeson (VMI vs. UCD) 18 pts (3/10 fg), 2/6 3fg, 6 reb, 7 ast, 4 stl
Game of the Day
New Mexico State Aggies 53, Arizona Wildcats 83
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Zeke Nnaji did not miss a shot for the second straight game while scoring 19 points, Jemarl Baker added 16 points and No. 19 Arizona rolled over depleted New Mexico State 83-53 on Sunday. Arizona (4-0) took advantage of the short-handed Aggies (2-2) from the start, scoring the game's first 10 points and using another big run to lead by 22 at halftime. The Wildcats were at their free-flowing offensive best, shooting 53%, and shut down a New Mexico State team missing three key players. Nnaji made all seven of his shots after going 8 for 8 against San Jose State and is 32 for 38 in four games this season. The 6-foot-11 freshman has made 17 straight shots, dating to the second half of last Sunday's game against Illinois. Jabari Rice had 14 points to lead New Mexico State, which shot 33%. Outside of a Dec. 14 game against No. 8 Gonzaga, Sunday's game against the Aggies was expected to be the Wildcats' biggest remaining test before the Pac-12 season starts. One problem: New Mexico State came to the desert short-handed. The Aggies were without point guard A.J. Harris (finger), guard Clayton Henry (thumb) and big man Wilfried Lakayi (knee). Terrell Brown also has been struggling with a strained hip flexor and Rice suffered a sprained left wrist against Southern on Thursday. The attrition hurt the Aggies at the start against Arizona. New Mexico missed six shots and had two turnovers before making its first shot 5:20 into the game.
MARQ 61, WISC 77   YALE 57, OKSU 64   SETON 83, SLU 66  
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