ATLANTA -- Damon Wilson matched his career high with 22 points as Georgia State defeated Texas-Arlington 83-77 on Thursday night.
The game was the Sun Belt Conference opener for both teams.
Kane Williams had 17 points and nine rebounds for Georgia State (7-3), which won its sixth consecutive game. Justin Roberts added 15 points, six rebounds, six assists and five steals. Jalen Thomas had 11 points and three blocks for the hosts.
Georgia State takes on Texas State at home on Saturday. Texas-Arlington plays Georgia Southern on the road on Saturday.
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