Field Goal %
- MIZ 47.5
- 50.6 UCLA
Three Point %
- MIZ 42.9
- 28.6 UCLA
- MIZ 17
- 6 UCLA
- MIZ 58
- 40 UCLA
- Los Angeles, California 90185
- Line: UCLA -2.5
0:00 - OT
As far back as our immediate D-I records go, there has not been an instance of a player going for exactly 19 points and 19 assists in a game - obviously falling exactly 1 shy of a 20-20 game in each category.If you're looking for any kind of basketball-related context to this:
Phil Pressey's 19 assists ties the single-game SEC record:
Despite the loss, Phil Pressey's 19 assists is the 2nd-most by a Power 6 conference player in the last 15 seasons. Only Mateen Cleaves had more, when he went for 20 in a game against Michigan in 2000. The D-I record is 22:
Missouri point guard Phil Pressey had 19 assists against UCLA, setting a school record.
Phil Pressey dished out 19 assists against UCLA, becoming the first player with that many assists in a Division I game since Alabama State's Brandon Brooks had 20 in 2008.He finished three assists shy of the record of 22 by Sherman Douglas, Avery Johnson and Tony Fairley.NOTE: Assists have only been tracked officially since the 1983-84 season.
David and Travis Wear combined to shoot 10-for-16 with 20 points in the first half for UCLA.Unfortunately for the Bruins, the rest of the team heads into the locker room shooting 10-for-28 from the field, including 0-for-6 on three-pointers.
It's only halftime, but Missouri's Phil Pressey has already tied a career-high with 12 assists, which he has accomplished five times in his career.The highest assist total in a game so far this season is 16, by Syracuse's Michael Carter-Williams against Monmouth.
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