Javonte Smart scored 21 points as defending Southeastern Conference champion LSU withstood Tennessee’s 3-point barrage and opened its league schedule with a 78-64 road victory over the Volunteers. Tennessee (8-5) lost for the fourth time in its last five games despite shooting 13 of 26 from 3-point range. Skylar Mays scored 17 points and Trendon Watford had 15 for LSU. The Tigers shot 60% from the floor in the second half. Yves Pons and Santiago Vescovi had 18 points each for Tennessee. Vescovi is a freshman point guard from Uruguay who was making his Tennessee debut.
By STEPHEN HAWKINS , AP Basketball Writer WACO, Texas (AP) — Makai Mason is getting more aggressive on the floor for Baylor, wanting to take shots and chasing after loose balls. Mason scored a season-high 25 […]
By STEPHEN HAWKINS , AP Basketball Writer DALLAS (AP) — Corey Davis Jr. scored 20 points and Armoni Brooks added 19 with five 3-pointers as No. 21 Houston led throughout in a 69-58 win at SMU […]
By Michael Cawood FAYETTEVILLE – For the second time this season, Arkansas junior Mason Jones has been named the SEC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the league announced today. Jones was additionally tabbed the SEC […]