PHOENIX -- Jerome Garrison scored 16 of his career-high 30 points on free throws to lead Grand Canyon to an 86-73 win over Idaho on Thursday night.
Killian Larson added 24 points for Grand Canyon (8-10, 3-2 Western Athletic Conference), going 8 of 11 from the field and leading the Antelopes with 11 rebounds. Blake Davis also had 19 points for Grand Canyon as the trio of Garrison, Larson and Davis combined for 73 of the Antelopes' 86 points.
Grand Canyon erased a two-point deficit early in the second half by capping off a 20-3 run with 10 straight points to take a 63-48 lead with less than 11 minutes remaining.
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