NCAA Basketball

New Orleans Privateers (19-14)


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@ SELa 
L 67-81
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vs. Lamar 
W 76-72
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@ SamHou 
W 79-76
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@ AbiChr 
L 60-77
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vs. TxSo 
L 89-95
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Hopkins leads Texas Southern past New Orleans 95-89 in OT

NEW ORLEANS (AP) Justin Hopkins had a career-high 20 points as Texas Southern beat New Orleans 95-89 in overtime in the first round of the CIT on Wednesday night.

Jeremy Combs had 19 points for Texas Southern (22-13). Devocio Butler added 15 points. Jalyn Patterson had 14 points for the road team.

Butler hit 1 of 2 free throws with 16 seconds left in regulation to tie it at 81.

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Leaders
Points: B. Robinson11.5
Rebounds: S. Plaisance Jr.5.0
Assists: T. Green2.7
FG%: No qualifiers
FT%: No qualifiers
3P%: B. Robinson35.1%
Steals: T. Green1.5
Blocks: S. Plaisance Jr.1.3
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke32-6
2 Virginia35-3
3 North Carolina29-7
4 Gonzaga33-4
5 Michigan State32-7
6 Tennessee31-6
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Michigan30-7
9 Texas Tech31-7
10 Florida State29-8
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Virginia35-3
2 Texas Tech31-7
3 Michigan State32-7
4 Duke32-6
5 Auburn30-10
6 Gonzaga33-4
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Purdue26-10
9 North Carolina29-7
10 Tennessee31-6
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Southland Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Sam Houston State 16-2 21-12
Abilene Christian 14-4 27-7
Lamar 12-6 20-13
New Orleans 12-6 19-14
Southeastern Louisiana 12-6 17-16
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 9-9 14-18
Central Arkansas 8-10 14-19
Houston Baptist 8-10 12-18
Stephen F. Austin 7-11 14-16
Nicholls 7-11 14-17
Northwestern State 6-12 11-20
McNeese State 5-13 9-22
UIW 1-17 6-25
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 72.2 (186)
Rebounds: 12.1 (43)
Assists: 15.1 (53)
FG%: 44.4% (173)
FT%: 69.2% (229)
3P%: 33.4% (232)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 70.5 (156)
Rebounds: 23.2 (316)
Assists: 13.4 (216)
FG%: 43.8% (188)
FT%: 70.5% (188)
3P%: 32.0% (65)
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