Monday’s roundup: Hooper makes 7 3’s, Oakland wins

Detroit News wires and staff

Milwaukee — Max Hooper hit seven 3-pointers which accounted for all of his 21 points, and Oakland held on to beat Milwaukee 82-79 on Monday night.

It was the fourth time this season Hooper, who has yet to make a 2-point field goal, has hit seven or more 3-pointers in a game. He is averaging 3.6 3-pointers per game, ranking him fifth in the NCAA.

Kahlil Felder added 17 points and 12 assists and Jalen Hayes had 14 points and 10 boards for Oakland (13-8, 5-3 Horizon League).

The Golden Grizzlies led just 75-73 after Milwaukee’s Austin Arians made a layup with 2:06 left. But Oakland scored the next five points, including Hooper’s final 3-pointer, to extend the lead back to 80-73 with only 36 seconds to go.

Jordan Johnson had 20 points and nine assists for the Panthers (14-7, 5-3). Arians and Lyle had 13 points each.

More state men

(At) Green Bay 115, Detroit 108, OT: Jordan Fouse scored a career-high 30 points with 14 rebounds. Carrington Love scored 28 points, while Khalil Small and Charles Cooper had 18 each for Green Bay (13-8, 5-3 Horizon), which scored the first 14 points of the extra session.

The Phoenix led by four on Love’s free throw with 14 seconds left, but with six seconds remaining Detroit’s Anton Wilson nailed a 3-pointer from the corner, was fouled, and completed the 4-point play to force overtime.

Detroit trailed 51-39 at the break, but chipped away throughout the second half, finally tying the score at 87 on Paris Bass’ layup with 2:16 to go.

The Titans (9-10, 3-5) were led by Chris Jenkins with 25 points. Bass scored 23 points with eight rebounds and Wilson finished with 17.

Big Ten men

(At) Ohio State 66, Penn State 46: Keita Bates-Diop scored 22 points and the Buckeyes (13-8, 5-3) led for all but 36 seconds of game action.

Bouncing back from a scoreless game at Purdue four days earlier, Bates-Diop found his shooting stroke early against the Nittany Lions. He scored 13 points in the first half, including a 3-pointer less than three minutes in that put Ohio State on top for good.

Bates-Diop finished the night 8-of-14 from the field, including 4-of-7 from long range.

Jae’Sean Tate scored 15 points for Ohio State, while Marc Loving added 11.

Brandon Taylor led Penn State (11-10, 2-6) with 11 points.

Ohio State harassed the Nittany Lions into a 33 percent shooting night. The visitors particularly struggled from 3-point range, going 4 of 25 (16 percent).

Top 25 men

(At) No. 15 Miami 80, No. 24 Duke: Angel Rodriguez shook a shooting slump by making three 3-pointers and added 11 assists and five rebounds as the Hurricanes handed the Blue Devils their fourth loss in five games.

Sheldon McClellan scored 21 for Miami (16-3, 5-2 Atlantic Coast). Brandon Ingram led Duke (15-6, 4-4) with 19 points.

Duke entered the game ranked fifth in the nation in scoring at 85.7 points but continued a recent offensive slump.

(At) No. 14 Iowa State 85, Kansas 72: Monte Morris scored 21 points, Georges Niang had 19 and Iowa State won its fourth straight. Abdel Nader added 17 points for the Cyclones (16-4, 5-3 Big 12), who have beaten three of the top four teams in this week’s Top 25.

Iowa State overcame a sluggish start with a 24-7 run midway through the second half, and Niang’s three-point play made it 80-67 with 2 minutes left.

Perry Ellis had 23 points and Frank Mason III scored 16 to lead Kansas (16-4, 5-3), which lost its third straight road game. The Jayhawks have lost four of their last five against the Cyclones, a first for a Bill Self-coached team against a Big 12 opponent.

State women

Inclement weather again postponed the Big Ten game between the Michigan State and Maryland women, rescheduled for Monday in College Park, Md., after getting wiped out Saturday. A new date hasn’t been announced.

The showdown pits a pair of Top 25 programs, with Michigan State (14-4, 5-2 Big Ten) moving up three spots to No. 18 in Monday’s new AP poll, and Maryland (17-2, 6-1) holding steady at No. 5.

The Spartans moved up three spots after winning their only game last week, 59-48 victory at home against Rutgers. Michigan State has won 10 of its last 12.

The only other Big Ten team in the Top 25 is Ohio State (15-4, 7-1) at No. 7. Unbeaten UConn remains the top-ranked team in the country.

Slam dunks

Eastern Michigan junior Janay Morton was named the Mid-American Conference West women’s player of the week after averaging 23.0 points in games (plus 5.0 rebounds, 4.5 steals) against Ball State and Toledo.

The guard made 10 of 16 3-point tries (62.5 percent) last week and added 5.0 rebounds and 4.5 steals a game.

... Junior guard Carlin Dupree has rejoined the North Dakota State basketball team, two weeks after leaving because he was unhappy with his role.

Dupree said in a statement issued by the school Monday that he made “a selfish decision” and hopes he’ll be forgiven.

David Richman says Dupree is a member of the Bison family and will be supported. But he also says Dupree is returning with “some adjusted expectations,” and it hasn’t been decided whether he’ll play again this season.

Before leaving, Dupree had played in 17 games and was averaging seven points, three rebounds and two assists. The Milwaukee native is best known for coming off the bench and scoring four straight points in overtime to spark an 80-75 win over Oklahoma in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.

... Hall of Famer Bobby Wanzer, who starred at point guard for Seton Hall in the 1940s and led the Rochester Royals to their only NBA championship, has died. He was 94.

Wanzer died Saturday at his home outside Rochester at age 94.