SAN ANTONIO -- R.J. Hunter scored a career-high 41 points, hitting a career-high 12 3-pointers, to power Georgia State to a 99-68 win over Texas-San Antonio Sunday.
The sophomore son of Georgia State coach Ron Hunter and a Kyle Macy Freshman All-America a year ago, was 14 of 21 from the field and 12 of 19 from long range.
Devonta White dished out 11 assists while Manny Atkins had 20 points and Ryan Harrow added another 19 points and eight assists for the Panthers (6-6), who collected their first win on the road this season.
Georgia State shot just under 56 percent from the field (30 of 54) and was even more efficient from 3-point range, hitting 19-32 (59 percent).
Texas-San Antonio committed 17 turnovers.
Charles Matthews, who spent his freshman season at Kentucky, has picked Michigan as his transfer school, according to a source.
Chad Ford and Jeff Goodman offer their opinions on the surprises they're expecting at the NBA draft, with Ford believing there will be a lot of trade activity while Goodman thinks people will be surprised by potential draft spot of Marquese Chriss.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino said he doesn't "have time to figure out what" Kentucky coach John Calipari meant in recent comments that appeared to be a jab at the Cardinals' program.
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