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Hawaii basketball falls to South Alabama in Las Vegas Classic title game – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-11-26 20:22:00 –

Jobon McLanahan’s three-pointer didn’t connect because the University of Hawaii expired after losing 72-69 basketball to South Alabama in today’s Las Vegas Classic title game.

When UH went down 70-67, Junior Madut won the ball in the break, bypassed 3 and drove for a layup, reducing the deficit to 1 in 15 seconds.

However, the Rainbow Warriors were forced to foul twice, Madut and Amorolad, with 9.6 seconds remaining. Jay Jay Chandler hit two free throws to extend the Jaguars lead to 72-69.

McClanahan then drove the court, was handed over to Madut, and got a return pass. But McClanahan’s shot from behind Ark wasn’t true because the last horn rang.

Bowes, who fell to 3-2, had no Post Bernard Da Silva (hand) and Guard Noel Coleman (waist). Kamakahepa picked up two quick fouls in the first half and a third foul with 5:17 remaining. Hepa finished with 5 points. His first point was to play a free throw at 7:44. He also filled key 3 and brought UH closer to 70-67 and played 1:42.

Charles Manning Jr. of South Alabama Guard, who started his career at LSU, finished with 25 points.

UH will play at Santa Clara on Tuesday.



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