Sunday, November 28, 2010

Saturday ACC Basketball

Kyle Singler elbowing his kid brother out of his way
#1 DUKE 98, Oregon (Ducks, 22,386 students, Eugene, OR) 71 –The game between top-ranked Duke and Oregon was the first on-court meeting of Blue Devils star Kyle Singler and his little brother E.J., a sophomore forward for the Ducks. The elder Singler made the most of his first chance to play in his home state since leaving for Durham, N.C. scoring 30 points and grabbing five rebounds.

N.C. STATE 77, Fairleigh Dickinson (Knights, 8,585 students,Teaneck, NJ) 67 – Lorenzo Brown scored 13 points to help North Carolina State defeat Fairleigh Dickinson on Saturday. Scott Wood scored all 12 of his points in the second half for the Wolfpack (4-1), who made six of their first seven 3-point attempts after halftime. DeShawn Painter tied a career high with 12 points for N.C. State.

MIAMI 87, Florida Gulf Coast (Eagles, 11,115 students, Ft. Myers, FL) 75 – Malcolm Grant posted his second 20-point performance of the season to lead Miami to victory over Florida Gulf Coast on Saturday night at Alico Arena. Durand Scott added 15 points and a season-high eight assists, while Garrius Adams tied his career-high with 13 points for the Hurricanes (4-2). Reggie Johnson added his fourth double-double of the season for the 'Canes with 11 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks.

#9 Syracuse (Orange, 20,407 students, Syracuse, NY) 80, GEORGIA TECH 76 – Kris Joseph and Scoop Jardine led the way for the ninth-ranked Orange with five players finishing in double-figures and the kind of terrific shooting coach Jim Boeheim expected in an 80-76 victory over Georgia Tech on Saturday night to win the Legends Classic.

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