Hill also had 10 rebounds for the Privateers (6-13), who shot 62.9 percent (39 of 62) and outrebounded their opponent from Association of Christian College Athletics by a 47-24 margin.
Brandon Likins scored 31 points to lead the Tigers (5-22), who lost 87-50 to New Orleans on Jan. 12. Likins, a junior forward who came in averaging 32.1 points per game, made 12 of 30 shots but was 0-for-7 from 3-point range.
Champion Baptist shot 29.5 percent (18 of 61) in the game.
Isaac Mack scored 12 points and Evans Ganapamo and Lovell Cook had 10 each for New Orleans, a Division I independent that will play in the Southland Conference next season. Rarlensee Nelson had 10 assists for the Privateers.
NBA fans will be looking forward to their newest players making plays like this next season.
Tim Legler and Brad Daugherty analyze Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram, the top two picks in the NBA draft, and agree that Simmons will have a more immediate impact.
Dickie V likes the idea of Oklahoma star Buddy Hield teaming up with Anthony Davis in New Orleans. What did he think of other teams' selections?
|Stephen F. Austin||18-0||-||28-6|
|Sam Houston State||12-6||6||18-16|