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internetter 
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01-05-19 11:56 PM - Post#271488    

Yale down by 5 at the half
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internetter 
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01-06-19 01:04 AM - Post#271492    
    In response to internetter

OT
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internetter 
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01-06-19 01:21 AM - Post#271493    
    In response to internetter

Yale won in 1 OT
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AntiUngvar 
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01-06-19 11:11 AM - Post#271513    
    In response to internetter

How did they pull it out?


 
westcoast 
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01-06-19 01:35 PM - Post#271530    
    In response to AntiUngvar

Great finish at the end of regulation in this game. Bruner made two free throws to give Yale a 3 point lead with 2.7 seconds left. CSUN then threw a three-quarter court pass to Lamine Diane, who hit a turnaround 35 footer at the buzzer to tie it.

https://twitter.com/Mike_Schmitz/status/1 081778285...

Yale scored the first 7 points in OT and held on for the win. Oni had a tough shooting night (5-19) but did have 7 assists. Five Yale players scored between 12-18 points. Lamine Diane had 35/15 for CSUN, plus 4 blocks and 4 steals.

 
AntiUngvar 
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01-06-19 06:06 PM - Post#271556    
    In response to westcoast

Great work; excellent summary- thanks.


 
bradley 
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01-07-19 02:18 PM - Post#271673    
    In response to westcoast

How many players lead their conference in both rebounds and assists and have the 2nd best assist to turnover ratio --- shooting 52% from the field including 37% from a limited number of 3 pt shots with 1.3 blocks per game -- averaging 11.7 points in only 27 minutes per game --- Jordan Bruner.

He seems to be a bit under the radar screen but fortunately for him, NBA scouts are getting dialed into Bruner and Cambridge.

The IL has a very strong group of big men this year and these players might be deciding factors at the end of the day. What makes Yale unique is that they have three very solid frontcourt players with Bruner leading the pack followed by Atkinson and Reynolds. At least one of the Ivy centers will probably be 1st team all Ivy.

 
AntiUngvar 
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01-07-19 03:09 PM - Post#271692    
    In response to bradley

Brad:

Who are you you referencing? The Yale kid or the CSUN player?


 
bradley 
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01-07-19 05:03 PM - Post#271716    
    In response to AntiUngvar

Yale kid, 6'10" with a crazy wing span who scored 18 pts. 15 rebounds, 5 assists, etc.

The Northridge kid is a very very good player.

 
AntiUngvar 
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01-07-19 05:28 PM - Post#271721    
    In response to bradley

Thanks.


 
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