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67 South Carolina 2-2 76 Providence 3-1 Score By Periods Team 1 2 F South Carolina 35 32 67 Providence 27 49 76 Game Recap: Men's Basketball | 11/17/2018 4:57:00 PM | By: Associated Press | GCF Staff Report Providence Beats South Carolina in HOF Tip-Off Tournament Hassani Gravett led the Gamecocks with 14 points and seven rebounds. Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) SEASON STATS (PDF) Next Game: vs. George Washington University 11/18/2018 | 4 p.m. ESPN2 BUY TICKETS LISTEN LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER UNCASVILLE, Conn. (AP) -- David Duke scored 20 points to rally Providence to a 76-65 win over South Carolina and into the finals of the Air Force Reserve Tip-Off tournament on Saturday. Alpha Diallo added 17 points, nine rebounds and seven assists for the Friars (3-1). Hassani Gravett scored 14 points to lead four players in double figures for South Carolina (2-2). The Gamecocks led 35-27 at halftime and by nine points early in the second half. But A.J. Reeves scored eight of his 10 points during a 10-0 Friars' run that put Providence on top 44-43. The teams went back and forth before three straight dunks gave the Friars a 54-49 lead. Consecutive 3-pointers from Duke and Isaiah Jackson made it 65-54, and brought the raucous pro-Providence crowd to its feet. Providence will play Michigan on Sunday for the tournament title. South Carolina with face George Washington in the consolation game.KEY STATS > After shooting 44 percent the first half with five made 3s, the Gamecocks went 11-for-30 (37 percent) in the second half and 1-for-9 (11 percent) from distance. > Providence was 28-for-34 (82 percent) at the charity stripe, attempting 17 more free throws than Carolina. NOTABLES > Senior guard Hassani Gravett tallied his second straight double-figure outing, scoring 14 points while pulling down a team-high seven rebounds. > Freshman point guard T.J. Moss scored a career-high 12 points in 20 minutes off the bench. He went 5-for-10 from the field with a pair of 3s. > Sophomore wing Justin Minaya and freshman guard A.J. Lawson each finished with 10 points. > The Gamecocks' bench scored a season-high 33 points.UP NEXT Carolina finishes its trip to Mohegan Sun Arena tomorrow against George Washington in the team's final game of the Naismith Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament. Tipoff is set for 4 p.m. ET on ESPN2. From USC Sports Information
Gamecocks lose 11-point first half lead, fall to Providence in Connecticut November 17, 2018 Foul trouble and offensive lulls proved too much for South Carolina to overcome on Saturday. Providence rallied from an 11-point first half deficit to beat the Gamecocks, 76-67 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. USC (2-2) will now face George Washington (0-4) on Sunday in the consolation game of the Naismith Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament. The Friars (3-1) get No. 18 Michigan in the championship. PC went on a 22-8 run in the second half to begin to pull away from USC. The Gamecocks shot under 40 percent over the final 20 minutes as key veterans sat because of foul issues. All-SEC forward Chris Silva continued a slow start to his senior season. He scored six points in just 13 minutes. He picked up his fourth foul with 12:28 left in the second half. His first field goal came with under four minutes left and with Carolina down nine. Five Gamecocks had at least four fouls, including starters A.J. Lawson, Justin Minaya and Maik Kotsar. It all ruined an encouraging beginning to the game. South Carolina led 35-24 with 25 seconds left in the first half when Keyshawn Bryant capped a 19-1 run. with a couple free throws. The Gamecocks, effective in a 2-3 zone, held the Friars, a team coming off five straight NCAA Tournament appearances, without a field goal for a 7:07 stretch of the first half. Hassani Gravett led Carolina with 14 points, but only four came after halftime. Providence got 20 points from freshman guard David Duke. The Friars shot 52 percent in the second half. Next game Who: South Carolina vs. George Washington When: 1:30 p.m. Where: Mohegan Sun Arena TV: ESPN 2
South Carolina vs. Providence Gamecocks Face Providence Saturday At Mohegan Sun Arena Men's Basketball | 11/15/2018 6:50:00 PM | GCF Staff Report GAME NOTES PRE-EVENT MEDIA AVAILABILITY WATCH LIVE STATS TWITTER UPDATES COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina is set for a pair of weekend matchups in Uncasville, Conn., at the Mohegan Sun Arena, in the Naismith Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament. The Gamecocks open weekend action vs. Providence on Saturday afternoon, with tip time set for 2:30 p.m. ET versus the Friars on ESPN3.STARTING FIVE> South Carolina hits the road for the first time this season after opening up the 2018-19 campaign with three consecutive home contests. Carolina is ready for neutral-site action in the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament in Uncasville, Conn., this weekend, opening action Saturday against Providence, the ninth meeting all-time between the two schools.> Carolina hit 51.9 percent (28-54) from the floor, and poured in 11 3-pointers, en route to an 81-64 victory over Norfolk State in Columbia on Tuesday. Rookie guard A.J. Lawson continued his hot streak to open the season, matching senior guard Hassani Gravett for game-high honors with dual 18-points performances.> Gravett tallied his 13th-career game with multiple made 3s vs. the Spartans on Tuesday, hitting a career high five on six attempts. He's connected on 6-of-11 attempts - 54.5 percent - from beyond the arc through the first three games of the season.> Rookie guard T.J. Moss made his college debut vs. Norfolk State on Tuesday after missing the first two games of the season due to a right foot injury. Moss logged 10 minutes of court action, hitting a 3 from the corner and dishing an assist in the win.> Saturday's contest will be Carolina's second all-time at the Mohegan Sun Arena, as the Gamecocks faced St. John's at the venue on Dec. 22, 2015, posting a 75-61 win behind 20 points from then-junior Duane Notice and a double-double from senior Michael Carrera with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Then-freshman Chris Silva tallied four points and pulled down five rebounds in 10 minutes vs. the Red Storm. SCOUTING THE GAMECOCKS> Entering weekend action, the Gamecocks are led by a pair of freshmen in rookie guard A.J. Lawson (16.7 points per game) and freshman forward Keyshawn Bryant (11.3) in scoring. Senior guard Hassani Gravett is also in double figures at 10.0 points per game. > Lawson also paces Carolina with 5.0 assists per outing. He dished out eight in the home win over Norfolk State on Tuesday, the most by a Carolina freshman since Marcus Stroman collected eight assists in a Gamecock win vs. Coker on Dec. 21, 2014.> Six different Gamecocks have registered a block this season, led by senior forward Chris Silva and sophomore forward Felipe Haase with four each.> In six neutral-site contests last season, of the returning players, Silva's 13.3 points and 8.2 rebounds were a team high. Kotsar added 11.3 points per outing and Gravett dished out a team high five assists per game, including a career high nine in the neutral-site win vs. UTEP.> Graduate transfer guard Tre Campbell faced Providence five times during his career at Georgetown, averating 4.2 points and 1.6 assists per outing vs. the Friars.> Entering weekend action, Carolina ranks fifth in the SEC in field goal percent defense, as the Gamecocks have held their first three opponents to a combined 37.7 percent from the field. Carolina is tied for sixth in assists (15.0 per game) and blocks per game (5.3).> South Carolina returns seven letterwinners from last season's 17-16 squad, including senior guard Hassani Gravett and senior forward Chris Silva.> Carolina welcomes eight newcomers to its roster this season, including a pair of transfers and six freshmen student-athletes. Jair Bolden(transfer/George Washington/guard), graduate transfer Tre Campbell (transfer/Georgetown/guard), Keyshawn Bryant (freshman/guard), Jermaine Couisnard (freshman/guard), Alanzo Frink (freshman/forward), A.J. Lawson (freshman/guard), T.J. Moss (freshman/guard) and Nathan Nelson(freshman/forward) join the Garnet and Black this fall.SCOUTING THE FRIARS> Providence is 2-1 on the year after wins vs. Siena and Holy Cross and a loss to Wichita State. The Friars are led by head coach Ed Cooley in his eighth season.> Junior guard Alpha Diallo paces the team in points (20.3), rebounds (10.3) and assists (4.3) per game. He scored 18 points with 10 rebounds and three assists in 38 minutes of action vs. Holy Cross on Tuesday night.> Freshman guard A.J. Reeves (17.7) and senior guard Isaiah Jackson (11.0) also average double-digits through the early portion of the season. > Reeves was named the BIG EAST Freshman of the Week earlier this week for his efforts in two games last week. He averaged 24.0 points per game, paced by a 29-point performance in his college debut vs. Siena on Nov. 6.> Providence has been to five consecutive NCAA Tournaments, and Cooley led his team to the 2014 BIG EAST title.COMING UP NEXTFollowing Saturday's game, Carolina will face either George Washington or national semifinalist Michigan on Sunday in its final game at the Naismith Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament. The Gamecocks are 9-6 all-time vs. GW and 3-2 all-time vs. the Wolverines, including a 61-46 win in Columbia on Nov. 23, 2016.