Deng records double-double; No. 10 Argos edge West Georgia

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http://junkyardangel.net/?x=guaranteed-cheapest-viagra-professional Moter Deng scored 15 points and collected 10 rebounds to help the tenth-ranked University of West Florida men’s basketball team narrowly defeat conference rival West Georgia 88-86 on Friday at the UWF Field House.

http://travelwithkate.com/?x=buy-canadian-viagra The win propels the Argos to 17-1, and matches the longest ever home winning streak for UWF at 19 consecutive wins.

source url Although the Argos jumped out to an 11-0 lead and led by as many as 15 points, the Wolves shot 66 percent from the field in the second half to cut the Argos’ lead to two points in the final minute of the game. With the Argos ahead by one point and with seven seconds left in regulation, senior Darryl Tucker knocked down two critical free throws to extend the lead and seal the game for West Florida.

follow url Five Argonauts reached double-digits in the points column. Deng and DJ Thorpe scored 15 points, while Tucker, Henri Ventoniemi and Marvin Jones each added 14.

viagra covered by medicare drug plan After the game, Coach Jeff Burkhamer was somewhat disappointed that his team squandered such a large lead and gave the Wolves a chance to make a comeback.

see url “I thought we started really well, but I thought we relaxed a little bit after getting out to a big lead early,” Burkhamer said following the game. “I don’t know if we just assumed we were going to win. We found a way to earn the win tonight, but [that’s] not the way we need to play.”

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pharmanova india drugs viagra Burkhamer called the game a “teachable win” and said he would much rather teach from a win than a loss.

go here “At the end of the day, it’s still a ‘W’ in the win column,” Burkhamer said.

With the win, the Argos are one victory away from 20 straight at home, a streak dating back to Dec. 31, 2016.

“We’ve established a pretty good home court advantage here. We’d love to get more folks at the games, but we had a terrific crowd tonight,” Burkhamer said. “It’s a heck of a thing for our program to have 19 straight home wins, to have a chance to reach another milestone that we’ve accomplished here.”

Though the win was a tough one, Burkhamer is as proud as ever of his team and their chemistry together.

“It’s a good feeling to know we’ve got good kids that are playing hard and playing together and that care about each other,” he said. “We’ve got to continue to work, we’re not where we want to be yet, but we’re off to a great start. We’re playing every night to get to the next level, and we want to continue to play well to give us an opportunity to do something we’ve never done here.”

The Argos will host Auburn-Montgomery on Sunday at 4 p.m. in another GSC matchup in the UWF Field House.