The Flames (12-8, 3-4 Horizon League) did not allow a point in the last 9:39 and outscored the Mustangs 35-8 in the second half.
Paris Gulley scored 14 points and Jordan Aaron 13 for Milwaukee (5-15, 1-5), who shot just 3 of 25 (12 percent) from the floor in the second half. They missed their last 12 shots -- all behind the 3-point arc -- and had six turnovers during the scoreless stretch.
For the game, Milwaukee was 8 for 35 (22.9 percent) from 3-point range and 18 of 56 (32.1 percent) overall.
Talton's 3-pointer put Illinois-Chicago ahead for good, 52-50, with 1:35 remaining.
The LSU TIgers didn't make much hay with Ben Simmons and now must regroup and rebuild around Antonio Blakeney and Craig VIctor.
Oregon could lose multiple players to the NBA next spring, so the Ducks are preparing by pursuing plenty of scorers and an elite frontcourt prospect.
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