LSU hoops runs away from Arkansas, 92-76
The LSU Tiger basketball team missed their first couple of shots, but didn't miss many more afterwards.
LSU used a 40-6 run in the first half of Wednesday nights game to defeat Arkansas 92-76 in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
The Tigers led it 51-31 at the first half break and then held off a Razorback surge in the second half to bring home their fourth SEC win of the season.
LSU improves their record to 9-2 and 4-1 in conference action.
Below is more information from an LSU Sports release:
LSU was led by Sophomore Trendon Watford's 23 Points, and 10 Rebounds. Freshmen Cameron Thomas contributed 17 Points and 3 Assists. Junior Darius Days posted a Double-Double with 18 points and 13 rebounds.
JD Notae led Arkansas with 22 points and 5 Rebounds.
The Tigers will play South Carolina back in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center Saturday, January 16th at 7:30 PM. CT.
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