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Men's basketball gameday: Pitt vs. UC-Santa Barbara

Rob Biertempfel
| Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, 6:54 p.m.
Pitt's Jared Wilson-Frame scores past Montana's Ahmaad Rorie in the second half Monday, Nov. 13, 2017 at Petersen Events Center.
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Pitt's Jared Wilson-Frame scores past Montana's Ahmaad Rorie in the second half Monday, Nov. 13, 2017 at Petersen Events Center.

Pitt gameday

vs. UC-Santa Barbara

7 p.m.

Petersen Events Center

TV/radio: ACC Network Extra/93.7 FM

Line: Pitt by 6

Breakdown: Pitt has lost back-to-back games to open the season for the first time since 1996-97, when it dropped its first three games. … G Max Heidegger scored a game-high 33 points Saturday in UCSB's 85-66 win against North Dakota State. He made eight 3-pointers, one shy of tying the school record. … F Leland King is a graduate transfer from Nevada, where he averaged 3.7 points and 2.6 rebounds last season. He also played two seasons at Brown. … UCSB was picked sixth in the Big West preseason media poll. … Pitt is 61-2 in the month of November at Petersen Events Center.

UC-Santa Barbara (1-0, 0-0 Big West)

Position Player Ht. Cl. PPG RPG

F Leland King 6-7 Gr 23.0 9.0

F Jalen Canty 6-8 Sr 13.0 7.0

G Gabe Vincent 6-3 Sr 7.0 2.0

G Max Heidegger 6-2 So 33.0 3.0

G Christian Terrell 6-5 So 4.0 3.0

Pitt (0-2, 0-0 ACC)

Position Player Ht. Cl. PPG RPG

F Ryan Luther 6-9 Sr 16.0 9.5

G Shamiel Stevenson 6-6 Fr 13.0 7.5

G Marcus Carr 6-1 Fr 10.0 2.0

G Jared Wilson-Frame 6-5 Jr 17.5 2.5

G Khameron Davis 6-4 Fr 6.0 1.0

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