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Lexington, KY (SportsNetwork. Cheap Nike Air Max 1 .com) - Devin Booker had 19 points off the bench and No. 1 Kentucky held Texas-Arlington to four made field goals in the first half on the way to a 92-44 win Tuesday night. The Wildcats (6-0) have beaten their first six opponents by an average of 36.8 points per game, including last weeks 32-point win over then-No. 5 Kansas and Sundays 58-point rout of Montana State. Starting forward Alex Poythress was back after missing the last two games for Kentucky and had four points and nine rebounds in 20 minutes. Karl-Anthony Towns added 13 points and 11 rebounds and Dakari Johnson scored 12 off the bench. Lonnie McClanahan scored 10 points to lead the Mavericks (3-2), who entered play off back-to-back wins over Grand Canyon and Houston Baptist. Final Score: (2) Arizona 72, Kansas State 68 Maui, HI (SportsNetwork.com) - Kansas State gave the No. 2 team in the country all it could handle, but Arizona nevertheless pulled out a hard-fought 72-68 victory in the semifinal round of the Maui Invitational. Kansas State had three chances to tie or take the lead down the stretch, and the underdogs came away empty each time. Arizona (5-0) received 18 points from Kaleb Tarczewski, 15 from Gabe York and shot 63.2 percent from the field in the second half to advanced to Wednesdays championship game against San Diego State. Marcus Foster paced Kansas State (3-2) with 23 points behind six 3-pointers. Final Score: (7) Texas 78, St. Francis-PA 46 Austin, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Myles Turner had 25 points and 10 rebounds as No. 7 Texas routed St. Francis-PA 78-46 on Tuesday night. The heralded freshman Turner was 11-of-12 from the field. Cameron Ridley posted 16 points, five rebounds and three blocks, while Kendal Yancy tallied 12 points and six boards for the Longhorns (5-0), who are 5-0 for the first time since 2009. Texas played its second game without talented point guard Isaiah Taylor. He is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks after suffering a broken wrist in Texas semifinal win over Iowa in the 2K Classic last week. Malik Harmon netted 15 points to lead the NECs Red Flash (2-3). Final Score: (Cool Virginia 79, Tennessee State 36 Charlottesville, VA (SportsNetwork.com) - Justin Anderson and Anthony Gill scored 36 points between them without missing a shot as No. 8 Virginia steamrolled Tennessee State 79-36 on Tuesday. Anderson paced Virginia with 20 points on 7-of-7 from the floor, including five 3s, while Gill chipped in with 16 points and nine boards on 6-for-6. The Cavaliers (5-0) shot 51.7 percent as a team. Xavier Richards and Marcus Roper both scored 10 points to lead Tennessee State (2-3). Final Score: (12) Villanova 60, (19) Michigan 55 Brooklyn, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - JayVaughn Pinkston put Villanova ahead and then kept it in front. Pinkston hit a go-ahead basket with 16 seconds left and then blocked Zak Irvin at the other end as the No. 12 Wildcats defeated 19th- ranked Michigan 60-55 on Tuesday night in the Legends Classic championship game. Pinkston, who was called for an offensive foul with 31 seconds remaining after powering into Derrick Walton on the right block, barreled into a flopping Caris LeVert. Pinkston then went up and nailed the short jumper to give the Wildcats a 56-55 edge. Michigan had seven seconds on the clock after Walton was stripped, and Spike Albrecht fed a cutting Irvin down the paint. Pinkston met him at the rim and emphatically swatted his shot away. Ryan Arcidiacono made a pair of foul shots with four ticks to play and Max Bielfeldt tossed the ensuing inbounds away. Arcidiacono then hit two more free throws to seal the outcome. Dylan Ennis netted 15 points, while Pinkston finished with eight points and nine rebounds for Villanova (5-0), which outscored VCU by 22 points in the second half en route to a 77-53 win in the semifinals Monday. LeVert posted 16 points, six boards and three steals and Irvin added 11 points for the Wolverines (4-1), who held off Oregon 70-63 Monday to reach the title game. Final Score: Maryland 72, (13) Iowa State 63 Kansas City, MO (SportsNetwork.com) - Jake Layman and Jared Nickens scored 15 points each and Maryland knocked off No. 13 Iowa State 72-63 on Tuesday night in the final of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic. Dez Wells added 14 points and Melo Trimble scored 11 for the Terrapins (5-0), who are off to their best start since going 8-0 in 2006. Bryce Dejean-Jones had a game-high 17 points to lead the Cyclones (3-1) and Georges Niang scored 10. Final Score: (14) VCU 77, Oregon 63 Brooklyn, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - VCU created a lot more havoc Tuesday night than it did on Monday. 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Jaso drove in three runs Sunday night, helping Scott Kazmir and Oakland beat the Texas Rangers 9-3.PHILADELPHIA -- Phoenixs locker room was turned into a makeshift cheese steak shop, Phillys favourite sandwich in the stall of every Sun. Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris, city natives, handled the catering for teammates that begged them for the tasty postgame feast. "Every time I come out, Ive got to make sure I take care of those guys," Markieff Morris said. "Ive got to show em what Philly is about." Philly sure did get a taste of what the Suns are about -- a high-energy offence that ran at full force for 48 minutes. Gerald Green scored 30 points and Goran Dragic had 24 to lead the Phoenix Suns to a 124-113 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night. There was no need for a Suns comeback in this one. They led wire-to-wire over the hapless Sixers, one night after rallying from an 18-point halftime deficit to win at Cleveland. 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The Suns picked up where they left off in Cleveland, when they held the Cavaliers to six points in the third quarter and outscored them 56-29 in the second half. They attacked the Sixers from all over the court, scoring in bunches on dunks, floaters and three-pointerss. Nike Air Max 1 2020. Sixers coach Brett Brown called a timeout 25 seconds into the game. Whatever he didnt like out of the Sixers, he couldnt fix. Green hit a three and Dragic connected on a 19-footer for a fast 36-20 lead. "We didnt come out the way we intended," Brown said. "We want to end this middle third being a better defensive team. We talk about it, we drill it, we show it. Weve got to find a better way to get that done." The Suns and Sixers were both expected to finish near the bottom of their conferences. After a 3-0 start, the Sixers crashed back to reality and are one of the worst teams in the Eastern Conference. The surprising Suns have withstood the loss of Eric Bledsoe (knee) and positioned themselves as a playoff team in the Western Conference. The Suns took a 13-point lead into the fourth quarter and held off a minor Sixers run that whittled the score down to single digits. Green settled the Suns with a three-pointer that stretched the lead to 113-100 with 3:10 left. His fourth three of the game (on four attempts) sealed the win and the Suns cruised toward their fourth win in five games. Green could only laugh off the missed dunk that would have kept him flawless, at that point. He made 10 of 12 shots and had three blocks. "I like to make plays like that for a team," Green said. "That right there gives us juice. I thought that could have been a turning point in the game." Turned out, the blooper didnt really matter in the final score. Miles Plumlee had 14 points and 13 rebounds against a Sixers team that entered allowing an NBA-worst 109.5 points per game. P.J. Tucker scored 15. Evan Turner and Thaddeus Young both scored 21 points for the Sixers. "They came out and just made tough shots," Young said. NOTES: Young, Turner and Brown were all whistled for technical fouls. ... Former Temple star Dionte Christmas returned with the Suns. Christmas, a Philadelphia native, left about 50 tickets for friends and family. ... The Sixers have allowed 100-plus points in seven straight games. .. The Sixers went 25 of 26 from the free throw line. ' ' '
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