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Pitt basketball gameday: High Point at Pitt

| Monday, Nov. 27, 2017, 9:21 p.m.

High Point at Pitt

7 p.m.

Petersen Events Center

Radio: 93.7 FM

Breakdown: This is the first meeting between the two programs. … High Point is coming off a 70-67 loss on Friday against Charlotte. … Brandon Kamga scored a career-high 28 points vs. Charlotte. … Andre Fox is second in the Big South in scoring and eighth in rebounding. … High Point is 2-37 vs. ACC opponents. … Pitt's Ryan Luther has notched three double-doubles. … Jared Wilson-Frame is tied for seventh in the ACC with 2.5 3-pointers made per game. … Pitt has used five different starting lineups over its first six games. … Over the past four games, Jonathan Milligan has averaged 11.0 points and has shot 55.6 percent (15 for 27) from the field.

High Point (2-3)

Pos. Player Ht. CL PPG RPG

F Justyn Mutts 6-7 Fr 7.6 4.4

G Denny Slay 5-11 Fr 1.0 1.8

G Brandon Kamga 6-5 So 14.2 5.0

G Andre Fox 6-4 Jr 18.8 5.4

F Ricky Madison 6-7 Jr 6.2 3.8

Pitt (2-4)

F Ryan Luther 6-9 Sr 13.2 9.3

F/C Kene Chukwuka 6-9 So 2.2 2.8

G Marcus Carr 6-1 Fr 8.5 2.5

G Jonathan Milligan 6-2 Sr 8.2 1.3

G Jared Wilson-Frame 6-5 Jr 14.5 3.0

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