ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Frantz Massenat scored 20 points to lead Drexel to a 55-47 victory over Rice on Sunday in the consultation round of the DirecTV Classic.
Massenat was 7 of 10 from the field and was 3 of 3 from 3-point range.
Damion Lee scored 16 points and was 6 of 6 from the free throw line. Daryl McCoy grabbed seven rebounds for the Dragons (2-4).
Drexel led 30-20 at halftime. In the second half, the score was tied at 37 at the 10:28 mark. Massenat would hit a 3-pointer, followed by a jump shot on the next possession, giving the Dragons a 42-37 lead. They led from that point on.
Drexel shot 51 percent from the field for the game.
Rice only shot 36.5 percent from the field.
Tamir Jackson scored 20 points, and Julian DeBose added 12 points and nine rebounds for the Owls (1-5).
Wizards forward Markieff Morris is all-in on his brother Marcus and the Boston Celtics beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals. Not only is he showing up to games in his twin brother's jersey, he is helping Marcus break down film on LeBron James.
James was held to just 15 points on 31.3 percent shooting with seven turnovers in Game 1 and Marcus got some credit for stopping him. In the two games since, James went off for 42 and 27 points, each time posting 12 assists to complement. Though Cleveland lost Game 2 as well, they punched back with a 30-point win in Game 3.
Game 4 between the Cavs and Celtics is on Monday night. If Boston wins, they will take a 3-1 lead in the series, which will be very difficult for the Cavs to overcome. Yes, they mounted the most famous 3-1 comeback in NBA history, but this isn't the same Cavs team that accomplished the feat in 2016.
There is of course some irony in Markieff helping the Celtics, given he was so integral in the rivalry between the Wizards and Boston. But, as he has shown many times over the years, it's family over everything.
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Josh Norman is fast, smooth and creative with excellent footwork that can leave you speechless.
Sure, those are qualities he has on the football field, but we're actually talking about his skills as a ballroom dancer.
Norman is one of three finalists on "Dancing with the Stars" during a shortened, athletes-only season. The Redskins' cornerback is partnered with pro dancer Sharna Burgess, and the couple will compete against two other pairs in the finals Monday night (8 p.m., ABC).
Fiery, in sync and always entertaining, Norman and Burgess have stunned in the first three of four total episodes this season, but winning the mirrorball trophy won't be easy. They're up against Olympic figure skating bronze medalist Adam Rippon and former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding.
Norman's only real competition is Rippon, who is beyond natural on the dance floor — although Norman has been a delightful surprise as well. Clearly — and like so many previous football players who have done well on "DWTS", like Calvin Johnson and Von Miller — his skills on the gridiron easily translate.
Here's a look at his previous three performances with Burgess. Does it look like he has what it takes to win?
Week 1: The Cha Cha
Week 2: The Paso Doble
Week 3: A Contemporary Dance
Here's how you can vote for Josh and Sharna in Monday's season finale.