No. 22 Cincinnati vs. Oregon final score: Ducks irritated by Cashmere, Bearcats win, 77-66

Josh Holmberg-US PRESSWIRE

To win the Global Sports Classic, all Oregon had to do was get through No. 22 Cincinnati. The Bearcats gave the Ducks every opportunity to get back in the game but they couldn't close the deal.

In the championship game of the Global Sports Classic in Las Vegas, the Oregon Ducks learned they have an allergy to Cashmere; Cashmere Wright that is. The Cincinnati Bearcats senior lead his team with 17 points, 15 of which were from three-point land, to a 77-66 victory over Oregon.

With six minutes left in the game, Oregon came within six points of No. 22 Cinncinati before Wright, Titus Rubles and Sean Kilpatrick extended the the Bearcats lead. The Ducks were given every opportunity to catch up to Cincy, but missed 15 of the team's final 22 shots.

In addition to his 16 points, Kilpatrick contributed eight rebounds, three assists and two steals. From the bench, Rubles lead in having an awesome name and scored nine of his 13 points in the final six minutes of the game.

Carlos Emory didn't start for Oregon, but he lead the team in points with 15 and was second in rebounds with nine. Forward Arsalan Kazemi added 15 rebounds to his nine points.

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