CHICAGO -- Shawn Williams came off the bench to sink three 3-pointers and score 15 points to lead New Mexico State to a 71-49 win over Chicago State on Thursday night.
Andrew Lewis had 12 points for the Cougars (4-20, 0-9), whose losing streak stretched to 14 games. Kalil Whitehead added 10 points. Xavier Johnson, who led the Cougars in scoring heading into the contest with 16.0 points per game, scored three points on 1-of-6 shooting.
NMSU won the rebound battle 33-19. The Aggies improve to 2-0 against the Cougars on the season. New Mexico State defeated Chicago State 93-54 on Jan. 9.
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— Moses Moody scored 28 points, Jalen Tate added 22 and No. 12 Arkansas beat Texas A&M 87-80 on Saturday to match the program's longest Southeastern Conference winning streak at 11 games.
Smith seals deal for Arkansas with a slam
Arkansas attacks the inbounds pass from Texas A&M, and Justin Smith flushes one home to extend the lead.
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North Carolina displays great passing as the play ends with forward Armando Bacot throwing down a two-handed dunk.