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Isenbarger scores 17 as Elon beats Wofford 68-61

Isenbarger scores 17 as Elon beats Wofford 68-61

ELON, N.C. (AP) Jack Isenbarger scored 17 points and Lucas Troutman had 16 to lead Elon to a 68-61 victory over Wofford in a Southern Conference game Saturday night.

Tanner Samson had 10 points for the Phoenix (11-7, 4-2), which was coming off conference wins over Furman and Western Carolina.

Karl Cochran scored 18 points, Lee Skinner had 13 points and a career-high 14 rebounds, and Spencer Collins scored 14 for the Terriers (7-12, 1-5), who have lost three in a row. Wofford had won the past four games against Elon.

Elon shot 23 of 50 from the field to Wofford's 19 of 51, and was 7 of 21 on 3-pointers to the Terriers' 2 of 11.

Wofford led 29-27 at the half, but Davison tied it at 33 on Sebastian Koch's jumper and grabbed the lead for good at 41-39 on Samson's layup with 13:39 remaining.

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Boston big man Al Horford is reportedly not picking up his $30.1 million option with the Celtics for the 2019-20 season, qualifying him as an unrestricted free agent according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Horford is reportedly interested in working out a long-term deal with the Celtics with negotiations beginning after the start of free agency June 30.

The five-time All-Star could help free up some of the Celtics' cap space with a deal under his $30.1 million option.

Horford joined the Celtics in the 2016 offseason, leaving the Atlanta Hawks. At the time, the Wizards had been a contender to sign him before he ultimately chose Boston. 

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