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Texas Tech Defeats Mega Bemax, 94-92

It’s a win.

Texas Tech defeated Mega Bemax 94-92 yesterday behind 44 points from freshman guard Jahmi’us Ramsey, 27 of those 44 were in the second half. Davide Moretti, Chris Clark, and Kevin McCullar hardly played, so Texas Tech won a game without a few of their best players (I think that Beard is seeing what he has in some of the younger guys, but I don’t know that for sure).


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Ramsey made 17 of 28 including 5 of 12 from the three-point line, but Ramsey also only made 5 of 12 from the free throw line, grabbed 12 rebounds, and 3 steals. Kyler Edwards is still struggling from the field, making only 5 of 20, but scored 17 points. Terrence Shannon and Clarence Nadolny each scored 13, Shannon scored 5 of 7 with 6 rebounds, 3 steals, and an assist, while Nadolny made 5 of 11 with 4 boards, 1 assist, and 2 steals.

Overall, the team shot much better, 47% from the field, which is more more than acceptable, and 32% from the three-point line. The free throws was an issue, largely because Ramsey and Nadolny. The team only had 10 turnovers and the disparity in fouls was pretty even (there was a large disparity the last game) while Texas Tech slightly out-rebounded the opponent.

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