Short-handed WSU stuns Phoenix


GREEN BAY, Wis. — Down two senior starters because of injury and having rallied from a late six-point deficit, Wright State turned to its best driver.

Except that he was cold.

N’Gai Evans, the WSU senior guard, had taken just nine shots in the previous 39:45 of game time, making three of them, a slump by his standards.

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