Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • TLSA43.2
    • 56.0CIN
  • Three Point %

    • TLSA57.9
    • 47.1CIN
  • Turnovers

    • TLSA17
    • 13CIN
  • Rebounds

    • TLSA21
    • 29CIN

Game Information

Fifth Third Arena
Coverage: ESPNU
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45999
  • Line: CIN -16.5
  • Over/Under: 131
Capacity: 13,176
Steve Olson, Bill Jacobson, Leslie Jones
2/18/2017 Associated Press

Evans scores 17, No. 18 Cincinnati beats Tulsa 80-60

Jacob Evans III scored 13 of his 17 points while Cincinnati took control in the first half, and the 18th-ranked Bearcats pulled away to an 80-60 victory over Tulsa on Saturday.

12T
Tulsa322860
Cincinnati384280

Game Flow

TLSA
CIN
0:00 - 2nd Half

TLSA

60

CIN

80

End of Game

Shot Chart

  • Junior Etou made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Sterling Taplin.
  • Junior Etou missed Layup.
  • Sterling Taplin missed Layup.
  • Junior Etou made Layup.
  • TK Edogi made Layup. Assisted by Jaleel Wheeler.
  • Pat Birt missed Layup.
  • Corey Henderson Jr. made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Martins Igbanu.
  • Junior Etou made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Sterling Taplin.
  • Jaleel Wheeler missed Layup.
  • Corey Henderson Jr. missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Pat Birt made Jumper.
  • Sterling Taplin made Layup.
  • Will Magnay missed Jumper.
  • Jaleel Wheeler missed Layup.
  • Pat Birt missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Martins Igbanu missed Jumper.
  • Pat Birt made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Jaleel Wheeler.
  • Pat Birt missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Sterling Taplin missed Jumper.
  • Sterling Taplin missed Layup.
  • Jaleel Wheeler made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Junior Etou.
  • Jaleel Wheeler made Jumper.
  • Junior Etou made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Sterling Taplin.
  • Kevin Johnson made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Troy Caupain.
  • Jacob Evans made Jumper.
  • Kyle Washington made Jumper. Assisted by Jacob Evans.
  • Jacob Evans made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Troy Caupain.
  • Jacob Evans made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Troy Caupain.
  • Jacob Evans made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Kevin Johnson.
  • Kyle Washington made Jumper. Assisted by Jacob Evans.
  • Jacob Evans missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Jacob Evans made Layup. Assisted by Justin Jenifer.
  • Gary Clark missed Jumper.
  • Troy Caupain made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Gary Clark.
  • Jacob Evans missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Gary Clark made Jumper.
  • Kyle Washington made Jumper. Assisted by Troy Caupain.
  • Jacob Evans made Layup.
  • Kevin Johnson missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Gary Clark made Dunk. Assisted by Kyle Washington.
  • Troy Caupain missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Kevin Johnson made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Gary Clark.
  • Kyle Washington missed Jumper.
  • Kyle Washington made Layup.
  • Jacob Evans missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Troy Caupain missed Layup.
  • Kevin Johnson made Jumper. Assisted by Jacob Evans.
  • Jacob Evans missed Jumper.
  • Kevin Johnson made Layup. Assisted by Justin Jenifer.
  • Kevin Johnson missed Layup.
  • Nysier Brooks made Layup. Assisted by Zack Tobler.
  • Nysier Brooks missed Jumper.

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