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Per LSUSports.net: The LSU Men’s basketball team fell to Kansas State, 59-61, Wednesday night in the championship game of the Cayman Islands Classic Tournament.

The Tigers will travel back to Baton Rouge and after a few days of rest, will be back in action on Sunday, November 27 as they take on Wofford at 2 p.m. CT in the PMAC on SECN+.

LSU was lead in scoring and rebounds by KJ Williams, who finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Justice Hill added 12 points and Adam Miller finished with 11 for the Tigers.

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They should refund LSU fans money for the screwed up call
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That’s not the rule they screwed up
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Only 18 points in the 2nd half and numerous turnovers. That cannot happen. But so far I am optimistic about this team.
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Shooting 50% from free throw line and 14 turnovers in the 2nd half did the Tigers in. The ruling at the end of the game was ridiculous. The fair thing to do would have been to replay the possession.
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All that being said, they still hit screwed!!!
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The rule is definitely shocking. Since if the clock had operated properly, he would most likely have pulled up for a shot sooner. So to take points off is blaming players for a clock operator. Seems odd.
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Ive yet to see a RULE that says the Refs are supposed to waive off a made basket bc the clock operator screwed up. I get that the shot doesn't count but it should’ve absolutely been replayed. How are the players supposed to know that the shot clock isn’t right!
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It is what happens when you play in a high school gym with novice clock operators.
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Cayman “rigged” Islands Classic. Fixed it for you.
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Do you really think that a tournament hosted in a remote island south of Cuba fixes the tournament for a state school in Manhattan, Kansas? Come on man.
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Well a ref runs the clock and that’s on them. It’s ridiculous for them to over turn it.
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I dont think it was rigged. It was just a “Micky Mouse” operation from the gym facilities to the officiating.
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