RADFORD, Va. (AP) R.J. Price scored a career-high 30 points as Radford continued its dominance over Longwood at home with an 82-72 Big South Conference victory Wednesday night.
Price hit 8 of 18 from the field, 4 of 10 from 3-point range and 10 of 10 free throws on the night, and collected 19 points in the second half.
Javonte Green added a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds for Radford (8-10, 2-2), which is 9-0 all-time at home against Longwood and hasn't lost to the Lancers since Jan. 16, 1984.
Radford entered tops in the Big South and ninth nationally with 9.9 steals per game, and swiped the ball 13 times Wednesday, led by Green's five takeaways.
Tristan Carey scored 23 points for the Lancers (3-15, 0-4), who entered allowing a Division I-worst 83.1 points per game.
Radford held a 37-26 rebounding edge and scored 29 points off 19 Longwood turnovers.
Terrell Suggs and the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Tennessee Titans 35-24 Sunday to advance to Super Bowl LIV in Miami.
Suggs, who spent 16 seasons with the Ravens, will look to cement his Hall of Fame candidacy with a victory in his second Super Bowl appearance (Won SB XLVII) this time as a member of the AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs.
Suggs departed from Baltimore before the 2019 season, signing a one-year deal with his hometown Arizona Cardinals before being waived mid-season.
The Ravens were rumored to be interested in a reunion with their all-time leader in sacks but did not put in a claim, being last in waiver priority, and Suggs was claimed by the Kansas City Chiefs.
While the Ravens' 2019 season ended prematurely at the hands of the Titans, fans in Baltimore can take solace knowing that Suggs and the Chiefs helped bring the Titans' magical season to an end.
Suggs' accolades (2011 AP Def. Player of the Year, 2003 AP Def. Rookie of the Year, 7x Pro-Bowl, 1x All-Pro) will stand the test of time, but adding a second Super Bowl ring to his resume would make his Hall of Fame candidacy that much greater.
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According to The Athletic's Marcus Thompson II, Steph Curry is aiming to return to play on March 1 when the Golden State Warriors host the Washington Wizards.
This game will be second of a four-game West coast swing, starting in Utah and hitting San Francisco, Sacramento and Portland before returning home.
Curry has been sidelined since Oct. 30 with a broken left hand. He had surgery on Nov. 1 and was ruled out at least three months.
If he does indeed return on March 1, he could play in 22 more regular season games this year. There were rumors that he would sit the entire season, but apparently Curry is focused on a return this spring, according to more from Thompson II.
"I've been making progress," Curry said via NBC Sports Bay Area during the Warriors game vs Orlando on Saturday. "No setbacks which is definitely encouraging to get back to 100% as soon as possible."
The Wizards vs Warriors game will tipoff at 8:30 p.m. EST.
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