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Today's games/ Last night in D2 - Mar 7, 2019

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Today's action

Rashawn Fredericks (196-G/F-96) and Cincinnati (25-4, 13-2) vs. UCF 8pm on ESPN2

Romani Hansen (203-F), Collins Joseph (183-PG) and Savannah State (10-18, 7-7) @ South Carolina State 8:30pm

Ahsan Asadullah (203-C) and the No. 1 Lipscomb men's basketball team continue action in the 2019 ASUN Conference Championship on Thursday hosting No. 5 NJIT at 8 p.m. at Allen Arena with a trip to the ASUN Championship Game on the line. ESPN+

Kwame McBean (203-F) and Arkansas-Monticello (16-12) clinched seventh place in the GAC standings and will face Southeastern Oklahoma (20-6) in the first round of the conference tournament at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday March 7 in Bartlesville, Okla.

JUCO Tournament
Earl Baker (188-G-99) and the Eastern Wyoming College Lancers continue on to the next round in the Region IX playoffs by beating Western Wyoming Community College Mustangs. Round two game is this Thursday, March 7th at 6:00 pm vs. Western Nebraska Community College in Sheridan, Wyoming at Sheridan College.

Robelto James (185-G-98) plays for Guilford Tech
Quarterfinals - Thursday, March 7th, 2019 @ Wake Tech
Game 1 at 12:00pm: #2 Gulford Tech vs. #7 Davidson County
Winner of the Region 10 tournament receives the District XIV automatic bid to the National Tournament. Regular Season champion Pitt has clinched District XV title, if Pitt wins the tournament the tournament runner-up will be District XV champion. The DII National Tournament will be played in Danville, Illinois on March 19-23 in the Mary Miller Center.

Shaun Willett (193-F) recorded his NCAA-leading 25th double-double with 21 points and 11 rebounds, as the No. 7/6 Queens University of Charlotte men's basketball team (28-3, 19-1 SAC) downed eighth-seeded Carson-Newman University (15-14, 8-12 SAC), 84-75, in the quarterfinals of the South Atlantic Conference Men's Basketball Championships on Wednesday night at the Levine Center. Queens returns to action on Saturday versus fifth-seeded Lenoir-Rhyne University in the conference semifinals. Opening tipoff from Timmons Arena at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, is scheduled for 5 p.m.

Miguel Arnold (180-PG) and the top-seeded Augusta University men's basketball team won its 11th consecutive game on Wednesday night in an 89-65 victory over eighth seeded Columbus State in the Peach Belt Conference Tournament quarterfinal game in Christenberry Fieldhouse. Arnold carded 15 on five three pointers (5-of-6 shooting). Each team matched 13-for-28 shooting from the floor in the first half, but AU took a 36-32 lead into halftime. Augusta never gave up its lead and blew it open for an 89-65 final. Arnold drilled three fast three pointers in the closing minutes, as the Jags outscored the Cougars by 20 in the second half. Augusta will host the PBC Tournament semifinals and championships Saturday and Sunday, March 9-10 in Christenberry Fieldhouse.

Shaquan Jules (201-F) and the No. 16 University of South Carolina Aiken men's basketball team jumped out to an early lead and posted a 90-74 victory over Lander Wednesday evening in the PBC Quarterfinal. The Pacers improve to 25-4 on the season. Jules came off the bench to net 14 points and grab six rebounds. Leading 60-50, the Pacers team embarked on a 10-5 spurt for a 70-55 lead. A thunderous dunk from Jules gave the home team a 90-70 lead with 1:23 to play en route to the 16-point victory. The Pacers return to action Saturday in the PBC semifinals against No. 3 Francis Marion in Augusta, Ga. Game-time is slated for 7:30 p.m.

Third-seeded Jamestown played to its strength in its opening round victory over sixth-seeded Southeastern Fire (20-10). Quennel Francis (183-PG) had 15 points, with 10 coming in the first half for the Fire.
Despite shooting nearly 50% from the field, the Fire saw Jamestown connect on 13 3-pointers and come away with a 106-85 win over Southeastern in the first round of the NAIA Division II National Championship.
The Fire made eight 3-pointers, three coming in the final moments with the game out of reach, and were only 11-of-18 at the free throw line, compared to the Jimmies 21-of-26 effort at the charity stripe.

Claxton: I would love to play with UGA's incoming class - 1 day ago
By CHANCE LINTON Georgia forward Nicolas Claxton (211-SF-99) was on hand in Chicago last week for the 2019 NBA Draft Combine, but he's facing a major decision in the coming week. Claxton declared for the NBA Draft following a breakout sophomore season, but he still hasn't made a final decision on whether to return to Georgia for his junior year. The deadline for him to withdraw from the draft and retain his college eligibility is May 29. Ahead of the NBA Combine, he sat down with Draft...   [read more]

NBA Draft Combine Notebook: Nicolas Claxton Displays Versatility - 4 days ago
CHICAGO - The on-court portion of the draft combine wrapped up on Friday, with two more scrimmages giving prospects a chance to perform in front of the entire league. As a whole, five-on-five play was heavily watered down this year as a vast majority of potential first-round picks opted not to play, aiming to protect their draft stock. Regardless, there were a number of intriguing players who benefited this week. There were also some guys who struggled. Some of the more noteworthy perform...   [read more]

Rakeem Christmas welcomes baby, making Michael Jordan a grandfather - 4 days ago
NBA legend Michael Jordan is now a grandfather, thanks to former Syracuse basketball star Rakeem Christmas (206-F-91, college: Syracuse). Christmas, 27, and fellow Syracuse University alum Jasmine Jordan, 26, revealed on Instagram this week that they welcomed their first child together. Jordan shared a photo of a baby boy's hand holding her finger on Sunday, which was Mother's Day. 'Just In Time • I Love You Son #1stMothersDay,' Jordan wrote. The photo also revealed a '25' tattoo on her...   [read more]

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