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Wallace and Cal storm back late
By Bi Yu posted 12/14/14

Stanford rush courtThe Princeton Tigers (3-8) pushed California Golden Bears to the limit until the last minute of the game when the Bears went on a 9-3 run to close out for a 67-57 win.  Pac-12 second leading scorer, Tyrone Wallace (19 ppg), willed Cal to a victory with a game-high 23 points and team-high 8 rebounds.

After Behens draw a charging foul on #5 Bell.  Wallace found a way to to drive and complete a traditional three point play for a 58-51 lead.  Then Princeton hit a three with 1:11 remaining to cut the lead to 58-54.

That's when Wallace stayed agreesive on offense and scored 5 of the final 9 points, including an emphatic two-handed dunk that was the exclamation to end the game.

The junior wingman had only 3 points in the first half. Between Princeton's zone defense and them nailing threes, they went into the locker room with a 37-28 lead.  Then Wallace scored 20 in the second half to lead Cal.

Princetons three point shooting gave them a 37-28 first half lead.  They hit 57% (8-of-14) from the arc in the first half.  Princeton shot a dismal 18-percent (2-of-11) from three in the second half to balance the percentages.

Cal David KravishCenter David Kravish free throws gave Cal their first lead of the second half 45-44 at the 8:54 mark after he cleaned the boards from a Wallace penetration and miss. Kravish added 11 points and 5 rebounds, he also protected the rim on the other end with 2 blocks.  Including a huge one with 5:30 left and Princeton fighting to stay in the game.  Kravish finished real strong in the second half.

The Bears also got 12 points each from forward Christian Behrens and sophomore Jordan Mathews. Cal ended up shooting 49-percent from the field as a team.

 

 

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