Crouch, Warren lead Bradley to 72-65 OT win over Wright State
FAIRBORN, Ohio (AP)—Andrew Warren scored 23 points to lead Bradley to a 72-65 overtime win over Wright State on Tuesday night.
After Bradley’s Jeremy Crouch made two free throws with 19 seconds left to tie the game at 58-58, teammate Theron Wilson started the overtime with a dunk— his first of two dunks in the period. Crouch added a jumper and Daniel Ruffin made a 3-pointer as the Braves (7-3) outscored Wright State 14-7 in overtime.
Wright State (3-3) led by nine with 6:28 remaining. But a David Collins dunk kicked off a 14-6 run for Bradley that cut the Raiders lead to 54-53.
Two minutes later, Warren’s 3-pointer again made it a 1-point game. Wright State’s Vaughn Duggins made a free throw, but seconds later Crouch hit his two shots from the line.
Duggins had 24 points and Scottie Wilson had 12 rebounds and eight points for the Raiders.
Wilson had 14 points and nine rebounds for Bradley.