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Per LSUSports.net: MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- LSU men's basketball head coach Will Wade notched his 100th career win as the men's basketball team defeated Memphis, 71-61, in its first true road contest of the seaosn Thursday night in the FedEx Forum.

LSU opens SEC play with a contest against Kentucky on Jan. 3 at 7:30 p.m. CT at the Maravich Center.

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I’m as pumped as anyone about watching a team with pulse. Going 1-3 or 2-2 in the next 4 games would be awesome. We still have a talent and muscle gap in the post. We don’t finish well. It’s just who we are. At least we are well coached.
Reply11 months
Solid win. Waters is the real deal. A true “3 D Man.” The problem is his teammates often don’t finish when he penetrates and dishes. I hope they will clean that up, otherwise Tremont will have to become more of a scorer, and that just makes you one dimensional. I think Coach Wade will adress this and should get it resolved very quickly!(Kentucky next Wednesday) Otherwise, a very exciting team to watch! They actually play defense! Unlike JJ’s teams. A little concerned with the 50%FT last night, but they have been very good at the line this year, so I’ll give them a pass on that one. Clean it up and smoke UK at the PMAC!
Reply11 months
Cool, but should only have one loss so far, had a fairly easy schedule in 12 games. Yawn
Reply11 months
You're just an optimistic ray of sunshine.
11 months
If you're yawning at this team, you must have been asleep during the past couple seasons
11 months
Sfa is a good team frick off
11 months
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