PORTLAND, Oregon — The No. 24 Purdue basketball program faces its first challenge away from West Lafayette, taking on West Virginia in the first round of the Phil Knight Legacy Tournament Thursday night. The two teams are expected to take off at 10 p.m. ET at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
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10:29 p.m. ET — West Virginia claimed its seventh foul, putting Purdue in the bonus at 8-14 in the first half. Zach Edey hits both free throws and is 4-for-4 off the line.
22:28 — Mason Gillis gets a catch-and-shoot 3 to fall and Purdue made 3-of-5 from deep.
10:24 p.m. ET, UNDER 12 – West Virginia guard Joe Toussaint knocks down a 3-pointer, but David Jenkins Jr. responds with a three of his own. Purdue leads 22-16 with 10:37 in the first half. Both teams have made five of their last seven shot attempts.
10:21 p.m. ET — West Virginia claimed its sixth foul of the game, and Purdue has only one. The Boilermakers have scored 10 of their first 17 points from the paint with less than 13 minutes left in the first half.
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10:19 p.m. ET — Caleb Furst gets his first basket of the game after a nice feed from Fletcher Loyer. Purdue was nearing a three-minute drought, and West Virginia has made four of its last five shots from the field.
10:13 p.m. ET, UNDER 16 — Purdue leads West Virginia 11-4 with 15:58 in the first half. Zach Edey with 6 points by knocking down two shots from the field and a pair of free throws.
10:10 p.m. ET — Fletcher Loyer buries a 3-pointer and Purdue has made his first three shots from the field while West Virginia opens 0-of-5. It’s a 9-0 lead for the Boilermakers.
10:08 p.m. ET — No double-team against Zach Edey on his first touch of the game, and Braden Smith collects a rebound before being fouled at the other end. He knocks down a pair of free throws.
Tip- Purdue wins the tip and gets his first possession on offense, and Zach Edey gets the goal going with his first shot attempt.
- Freshman Guard Braden Smith
- Freshman Guard Fletcher Loyer
- Junior Warden Ethan Morton
- Junior forward Mason Gillis
- Youth Center Zach Edey
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