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Williams' 3 extends Boise State lead.

Lexus Williams makes his third 3-point bucket to increase Boise State's lead 82-64 against Illinois State in the final 30 seconds of the game.

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What is the path forward for UCLA players.

The OTL Friday Four crew debate what should be the ramifications of the UCLA players accused of shoplifting in China.

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Gamecocks bounce back on Day 2 of Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

South Carolina men's basketball coach Frank Martin talks about how his team was able to secure an 80-56 win against UTEP.

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Enechionyia hook adds to Temple lead.

Obi Enechionyia hits a right-hand jump hook to extend the lead for Temple.

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McLemore stuffs it down for Auburn.

Anfernee McLemore rebounds and slams home a dunk to pull Auburn closer to Temple.

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South Carolina's Silva rises up for monster block.

Chris Silva rejects UTEP's Matt Willms shot at the rim in the second half.

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Red Storm put on a dunk show.

St. John's had a dunk contest in their dominating win over Nebraska.

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Arizona makes easy work of CSU Bakersfield.

Allonzo Trier drops 28 points to lead No. 3 Arizona past CSU Bakersfield 91-59.

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Xavier gets revenge on Wisconsin.

Xavier has a big second half to top the home team Wisconsin 80-70.

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Arizona's Jackson-Cartwright knocks down half court heave.

Parker Jackson-Cartwright ends the half for Arizona by knocking down a half court shot.

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Mizzou takes first loss of season vs. Utah.

The Tigers can't put enough points on the board as they lose their first game of the season 77-59.

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Trier knocks down long three.

Allonzo Trier knocks down a three from way behind the arc for Arizona.

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Bluiett nails late 3 for Xavier.

Trevon Bluiett gets the open look after a scramble to put Xavier ahead by six.

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Providence's Diallo throws it down after broken play.

Alpha Diallo left all alone for the dunk after a big steal for Providence.

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LSU puts up big points against Samford.

The Tigers dominate the Bulldogs 105-86 and remain undefeated on the season.

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No. 8 Florida rolls past North Florida 108-68.

Six players finish in double figures as the Gators cruise to a home victory vs. the Ospreys.

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Barnett throws down vicious slam.

Mizzou's Jordan Barnett leaps from outside the paint for the tomahawk dunk.

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