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Cal men’s basketball embarrassed by Central Arkansas, 96-69

With the few quality looks the Bears did have on offense, they were unable to convert. Senior Marcus Lee, the most physically imposing presence on the court, got more than a couple of quality looks down in the low-post, but he couldn’t convert a couple of jump hooks that came within five feet of the basket. Cal’s night offensively could best be summarized by the wide-open layup freshman Deschon Winston blew in the second half.
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Cal men’s basketball upset by Division II Chaminade in 96-72 rout

The Bears’ defense has been sliced and diced by deadly three-point shooting all season and their matinee with the Silverswords was no exception. Headlining a Chaminade offense which shot 56% from the three-point line was senior guard Dantley Walker. With the exception of a mid-range jumper in the first half, Walker’s buckets came exclusively from beyond the arc as the senior converted seven of ten threes en route to 23 points.
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Turnovers hinder Cal men’s basketball in loss to VCU

Excluding freshman Justice Sueing, who didn’t contribute to the avalanche of turnovers, Cal’s starting five recorded 14 of the team’s turnovers. Lee, who piled up seven turnovers against Wofford, had another sloppy game in terms of handling the ball, ending his afternoon with six. Through five games, the senior is averaging 3.8 turnovers per game on the season. Freshman Darius McNeill and junior Don Coleman had three apiece as well.
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