FSU vs Missouri: preview, how to watch, game topic
Florida State basketball started slow but ended with a surprise game against Loyola Marymount on Sunday night, with three Seminoles hitting double digits in the scoring column as the team took a 73-45 win.
From our summary:
In a game where Leonard Hamilton prioritized playing time and development for a younger Knowles with plenty of substitutions, a stifling defense and strong first-half run kept Florida in control despite the Lions’ physical play.
The second half saw Noles train three times in a row, sending the FBI a lead to 41-19 with 17:17 remaining in the game.
LMU tried to rally but the Seminoles comfortably held their grip, overpowering ugly possessions and using active hands in defense to push the lead to 20 with less than six minutes remaining. The rest was broth for the Seminoles, and he eventually raced to a 73-45 win.
Matthew Cleveland topped the Seminoles with 13 points, with Malik Osborne and Tanor Ngom adding 10 each.
The Seminoles will now face Missouri, who played their first road game of the season against SMU in a thriller Sunday night. The Tigers recovered from a 13-point delay to force overtime against the Mustang, with forward Kobe Brown ahead, collecting 24 points and five rebounds. Young goalkeeper DaJuan Gordon put 14, with three of those points being three pointers to sending the game into overtime.
The tip is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. and the match will be broadcast on CBS Sports.
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