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Saturday, January 16, 2021
Patrick's Arkansas Fall to Alabama

David Patrick Associate Head Coach and his Arkansas team played their second back-to-back road game with a trip to Alabama.

For the second straight game, Arkansas dug itself a hole it could not recover from as number 24 Alabama defended its home court with a 90-59 victory at Coleman Coliseum.

Alabama went on a 19-2 run, including a 14-0 spurt thanks to seven Arkansas turnovers to lead 22-5 at 10:12. Alabama also had a 9-0 run late in the first half to take its largest lead of the half, 25 points 42-17.

Arkansas came out of the locker room to start the second half by scoring the first five pints and force an Alabama timeout. However, with 17:33 left, Alabama had a 16-4 run and cruised the rest of the way.

Moses Moody scored 14 of Arkansas’ first 15 points and finished with a season-high 28 while grabbing nine rebounds. Jalen Tate added 10 for Arkansas.

Alabama was led by John Petty Jr., Jaden Shackelford, and Herbert Jones with 17, 16, and 13 points, respectively.
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Patrick's Arkansas Fall to LSU

David Patrick’s Arkansas Men’s Basketball team fell into a 21-point hole early in the first half and could not recover to drop a 92-76 decision at LSU at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

Arkansas scored the first four points of the game, but LSU used an 18-0 run to take a 22-7 lead. After an Arkansas basket by Desi Sills, LSU reeled off an 8-0 run to lead 30-9 with 10:35 left and was in control the rest of the way.

Arkansas showed some fight in the second half, outscoring the Tigers 45-41 in the period thanks to 13 second-half points from Moses Moody and 12 from Sills.

LSU Had five players score in double figures, shot 53.1 percent from the field, and out-rebounded the Razorbacks. 46-39. Darius Days and Trendon Watford each recorded a double-double. Days finished with 18 points and 13 rebounds while Watford had a game-high 23 points and 10 boards.

JD Notae led Arkansas with 22 points with three steals. Moody added 18 and Sills 14. Jaylin Williams had 10 rebounds, seven points, and two steals.
Sunday, January 10, 2021
Dill & Houston Red Storm Compete in Preseason Tournament

Terence Dill and his Houston Red Storm teammates are preparing for the upcoming USBN National Basketball Season as they took part in the Preseason Tournament

Dill and his teammates finished third, with Dill playing in only one game to get a burnout.

Dill said, “I told the coach I just need to feel out the team a little so minimize my minutes, I started off a little shaken because, it was in the same gym, same team, and same tournament that the injury occurred.”

Dill concluded, “After I shook that mental part off, I finished off the game with 8 Points, 5 Rebounds, and 3 Steals.

Saturday, January 09, 2021
Patrick's Arkansas Return to Winning Ways

Moses Moody scored a season-best 25, Davonte Davis had season highs with 20 points, seven rebounds, and six assists, and Jalen Tate recorded his second double-double of the year to lead David Patrick’s Arkansas to a 99-69 victory over Georgia at Bud Walton Arena.

The 30-point margin of victory was the eighth largest (tied) versus an SEC opponent for Arkansas and the largest since a 36-point win at Vanderbilt on March 6th, 2019.

Arkansas shot a blistering 57.1 percent (12-of-21) from 3-point range and had 24 assists on 36 made baskets to shoot 52.2 percent from the field overall. Arkansas – second in the SEC in rebound margin – also won the battle of the boards, 40-30, versus Georgia – first in the SEC in rebound margin.

The first half was a back-and-forth affair through the first 10 minutes. Arkansas used a 7-0 run to open a 32-24 lead. Georgia answered with a 6-0 run only to see Arkansas reel off another 7-0 run that helped lead to a six-point halftime lead (43-37).

Unlike Tennessee where Arkansas led by seven at the break and could not hang on, Arkansas opened the second half with a 16-6 start, capped with a 12-0 run to lead 61-43, and never looked back.
Thursday, January 07, 2021
Patrick's Arkansas Fall to Tennessee

Tennessee, ranked ninth in the AP and eighth by the coaches, did not score a field goal the last 4:50 of the game, but they made 12-of-14 at the free throw line to pull out a 79-74 decision over David Patrick’s Arkansas at Thompson-Boling Arena.

Arkansas only made 1-of- 5 from the field midway through the second half and Tennessee took its largest lead of eight points (69-61) with 3:56 left. JD Notae made back-to-back layups and Connor Vanover added a third to make the score 69-67 with 2:06 left.

Keon Johnson, who was just a 583% free throw shooter, made six straight free throws over the next minute-and-a-half for a four-point Tennessee lead with 33 seconds left. Jalen Tate answered with a 3-pointer to cut the Arkansas deficit to one, 75-74. After two Santiago Vescovi free throws, Tate had a great look from 3-point range, but the ball did not drop. Josiah-Jordan James pulled down the rebound, was fouled and made to free throws to put the game away.

Notae led four Arkansas players in double figures. He was 7-of-11 from the field and scored 19 points. Tate was also 7-of-11 from the field and scored 15 with six rebounds and five assists. Vance Jackson Jr., scored 14 with nine rebounds and Connor Vanover had 12 points and seven boards.

James and Victor Bailey Jr., each scored 17 for Tennessee while John Fulkerson had 16 and Johnson 14.
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