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Calipari: Fort Wayne player smart for flop attempt.

Kentucky head coach John Calipari doesn't remember when it happened, but finds humor in the fact Xzavier Taylor trying to draw a foul off of him.

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Notre Dame rallies to win Maui Invitational.

The No. 13 Fighting Irish overcome a 16-point deficit to beat the No. 6 Shockers in the final of the Maui Invitational.

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Brey thrilled for his players to win Maui Invitational.

Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey says the leadership on his was the key to their 67-66 upset over Wichita State.

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Geben FTs and Shamet turnover lead to Notre Dame win.

Martinas Geben makes both of his free throws to put the Fighting Irish in the lead and on the last play of the game, Landy Shamet turns the ball over sealing Notre Dame's victory.

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NC State tops Arizona.

Freshman Braxton Beverly scores 20 points for the Wolfpack in a 90-84 victory against the No. 2 Wildcats.

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USC's Stewart gets a huge putback slam.

Elijah Stewart dunks over a few defenders with a putback slam.

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Richards' double-double fuels Kentucky to win.

Nick Richards records 25 points and 15 rebounds as No. 8 Kentucky tops Fort Wayne 86-67.

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Fort Wayne player tries to draw foul on Calipari.

Xzavier Taylor tries to chase down a loose ball and instinctively flops when he is near Kentucky head coach John Calipari on the sidelines.

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Mississippi State rallies to defeat SFA.

The Bulldogs slide past the Lumberjacks 80-75 to move to 4-0 on the season.

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Kentucky's second half fuels win vs. Fort Wayne 86-67.

The Wildcats shoot 60 percent from the floor and record 44 rebounds in their home win.

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Richards' 25-point performance impresses Calipari.

Kentucky head coach John Calipari says he's pleased with the Wildcats' victory vs. Fort Wayne.

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Gilgeous-Alexander gets steal and slam for Kentucky.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander forces a turnover and finishes the play off with a dunk.

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Calipari wants improvement in 2nd half vs. Fort Wayne.

John Calipari says switching to zone defense is what helped his team to get stops against Fort Wayne in the first half.

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Freeman makes an acrobatic and-1 layup.

Allerik Freeman drives from well beyond the 3-point line and puts the moves on defenders for the circus-like, and-1 layup.

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Rowsey hits deep 3 for Marquette.

Andrew Rowsey hits a deep 3-pointer to extend the lead to 13 for the Eagles.

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Villanova pulls away from Western Kentucky in 2nd half.

No. 5 Villanova uses a 13-2 second-half run to defeat Western Kentucky 66-58 in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament.

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Tennessee edges Purdue in OT.

Lamonte Turner hits a 3-pointer late in regulation for the Volunteers to send the game to overtime, where Tennessee would end up beating No. 18 Purdue 78-75.

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Wagner's 3 seals the win for Michigan.

Moritz Wagner takes the pass from Zavier Simpson on the perimeter and drains the 3-pointer to put Michigan up 66-60 with 12 seconds left in the game.

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