Men's Basketball Falls to Oklahoma State, 68-60

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Dec. 18, 2010

Box Score |  Notes

 
Alabama 60, Oklahoma State 68 [Box Score]
 
JaMychal Green and Chris Hines defend Marshall Moses.
 
 
1st
2nd
OT
F
Alabama 16 44 60
Oklahoma State 30 38 68
 
 Quick Stats
 Stats  Alabama  Oklahoma State
FG (Made/Attempts) 19-47 18-42
3P (Made/Attempts) 2-12 6-16
FT (Made/Attempts) 20-23 26-32
Fouls (tech/flagrant) 15 12
 Game Leaders
 Stats  Alabama  Oklahoma State
Points JaMychal Green (16) Keiton Page (20)
Rebounds Chris Hines (8) Matt Pilgrim (7)
Assists Trevor Releford (4) Ray Penn (7)
Steals Two tied (2) Marshall Moses (2)
Blocks Two tied (2) None
 
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OKLAHOMA CITY - The Alabama men's basketball team (5-6) fell to the Oklahoma State Cowboys (10-1) 68-60 in the Lane Furniture All-College Classic at OKC Arena in Oklahoma City. The Crimson Tide made a valiant effort to come back after trailing by 14 at the half, coming within four late in the game before OSU pulled away.

"I thought the intensity we played with in the second half is what we needed," Alabama head coach Anthony Grant said. "Oklahoma State made the plays down the stretch, and you have to credit them with that."

The Tide struggled offensively in the first half, not reaching double digits until a fast break layup by freshman Trevor Releford pulled Alabama within six at 17-11 with 3:25 remaining in the opening half. The Alabama offense took off in the second half though putting up 44 points in the final 20 minutes.

The Tide trailed 43-30 at the 13:31 juncture before a 10-0 run pulled Alabama within four points. From there, Oklahoma State expanded the lead to eight on five different occasions before the Tide pulled within four with 2:28 remaining and forced a loose ball, however Releford was called for a foul, which was his fifth. With Releford and junior JaMychal Green out of the game by way of fouls, the Alabama comeback was hampered.

The Tide was cold from beyond the arc, shooting 16.7 percent (2-for-12) on three pointers. Alabama made up for the lack of three-point production, shooting 87 percent (20-for-23) from the free throw line.

Green scored in the double digits for the third straight game, pulling in 16 aided by his 12-for-12 performance from the charity stripe. Sophomore Tony Mitchell added 13 points and Releford contributed 12.

Alabama returns home to the friendly confines of Coleman Coliseum to take on Lipscomb on Tuesday, Dec. 21, at 7 p.m. CT.


 

 

     
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