IUPUI tops Milwaukee in overtime, 76-71

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MILWAUKEE — T.J. Henderson’s baseline 3-pointer gave IUPUI the lead with 50 seconds left in overtime and Jaylen Minnett then scored his only three points from the line to wrap up the Jaguars’ 76-71 victory over Milwaukee on Friday night.

Evan Hall was 10-of-15 shooting and scored 20 points with 10 rebounds and four blocks to lead the Jaguars (9-17, 6-9 Horizon League), who led the entire second half until Jeremiah Bell scored the final four points of regulation to it at 64. Henderson scored 14 points.

Bell made four 3-pointers and finished with 29 points for the Panthers (14-15, 7-9), who had grabbed their first lead since early in the second half at 71-70 when Bell was fouled and made all three from the line with 1:09 left in overtime.

Milwaukee’s Bryce Nze grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds to go with nine points while Brett Prahl scored 22 points and Carson Warren-Newsome 10.

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