No. 1 OKLAHOMA 95, TCU 72: With Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant on hand, Buddy Hield scored 17 points to lead the Sooners (19-2, 7-2, Big 12).

Hield, the nation's No. 2 scorer, was held well below his 26.0 average, but he shot an efficient 7 for 13 from the field and made 3 of 8 3-point attempts.

DEPAUL 77, No. 11 PROVIDENCE 70: Myke Henry had 27 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Blue Demons. DePaul (8-14, 2-8 Big East) had lost eight of nine, but outrebounded the athletic Friars 48-24 on the way to just its second victory of the season against a Top 25 team. Kris Dunn had 14 points and eight assists for Providence (18-5, 6-4), but was 5 for 20 from the field.

TENNESSEE 84, No. 20 KENTUCKY 77: Kevin Punter Jr. scored 27 points and Armani Moore added 18 points and 13 rebounds as the Volunteers (11-11) erased a 21-point deficit. Kentucky (16-6) made seven straight shots at one point to build a 34-13 lead with less than six minutes left in the first half.

No. 22 INDIANA 80, MICHIGAN 67: Yogi Ferrell had 17 points and nine assists, and the Hoosiers finished the first half with 25 straight points. Big Ten-leading Indiana (19-4, 9-1) led 45-24 at halftime and went on to its most lopsided victory over the Wolverines (17-6, 7-3) in Ann Arbor since 2008.

GEORGIA 69, No. 25 SOUTH CAROLINA 56: Yante Maten scored 18 points, Kenny Gaines had 17, and Georgia gave the Gamecocks (19-3, 6-3 SEC) their third loss.


BUTLER 87, GEORGETOWN 76: Kelan Martin scored a career-high 35 points with eight rebounds and four blocks. Roosevelt Jones added 19 points, six rebounds and five assists and Kellen Dunham scored 18 for Butler (15-7, 4-6).

Georgetown (13-10, 6-4) jumped to a 9-5 lead but Martin scored 11 points, including three 3s, during a 16-2 run that put the Bulldogs in front for good.


IOWA STATE 63, KANSAS 53: The Cyclones outscored the Jayhawks by 15 points in the third quarter to come back from a 10-point halftime deficit.

Freshman Meredith Burkhall helped key the comeback for Iowa State (12-9, 4-6 Big 12) with 11 points and a career-high 12 boards.



Duke Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski was not with the Blue Devils for Tuesday night's game against Georgia Tech. School officials issued a statement about an hour before tipoff saying Krzyzewski "was feeling under the weather" after the team meal Monday night and stayed in Durham, North Carolina. Doctors at the university's hospital checked him out and told him to stay home. Behind associate head coach Jeff Capel, the Blue Devils defeated Georgia Tech 80-71 in Krzyzewski's absence.

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