No. 21 Auburn picks up an 86-64 win after holding Yale to 32 percent shooting from the field.
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— K.D. Johnson scored 19 points, freshman Jabari Smith added 17 points and seven rebounds and No. 21 Auburn blew past Yale 86-64 on Saturday.
- Solid defensive performance leads Auburn to victory
- Smith puts on a show as No. 22 Auburn blasts ULM
- Auburn's Flanigan (Achilles) to miss 12-14 weeks
- Baylor men, UConn, S.C. women in Atlantis field
— Walker Kessler and freshman Jabari Smith had big games on offense and Auburn turned up the defensive intensity in the second half.
— Bruce Pearl learned a lot about his Auburn team during a grueling three-day tournament in The Bahamas.
— Jabari Smith looked comfortable posting up for No. 19 Auburn, while Walker Kessler kept working the glass and protecting the rim against an opponent that reached the second weekend of last season's NCAA Tournament.
— Shot after shot, No. 19 Auburn and No. 22 Connecticut went back and forth at each other seemingly oblivious to pressure from a dwindling clock in an ever-lengthening game at the Battle 4 Atlantis.
Gonzaga vs. Duke is the NBA draft evaluation opportunity of the year, and Chet Holmgren and Paolo Banchero will be the show.
There are hundreds of games on tap over the next six days. These are the contests that matter the most.
— K.D. Johnson scored 15 points, Zep Jasper added 13 and No. 21 Auburn rallied to beat South Florida 58-52 on Friday night.
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— Jabari Smith scored 23 points and had 10 rebounds and No. 22 Auburn overcame a halftime deficit to defeat Louisiana-Monroe 93-65 Friday night.
With freshman phenom Jabari Smith piling up 23 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and two blocks, the Tigers roll past UL Monroe, 93-65.
College basketball returned after a seven-plus-month hiatus on Tuesday. It didn't disappoint.