Tulane 38, Western 46 (11:18 2nd half)

We’ll have another stoppage at Diddle at the next dead ball. This one was for a Tulane timeout following Nemanja Milosevic’s first points of the night, from Anthony Sally.

Tulane isn’t anything to gauge success from, but this looks like a different team from Wednesday all the way down to the hustle stats. The Toppers lead in points off turnovers, second-chance points and fast break points today.

Oh, and they’re shutting out the Tulane bench — a first this season.

UPDATE: No change at the media timeout, but Jeremy Evans was poked in the eye following his fourth block of the game, casuing a stoppage for his injury.

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