Sunday’s men’s games
No. 6 Cincinnati 76, SMU 51
Kyle Washington had 17 points and eight rebounds and Cincinnati remained undefeated in American Athletic Conference play, stretching its overall winning streak to 16 games. “We obviously know where we’re at, but we have to keep on going,” Washington said. “We just know how many games we lost, and we know when practice is and when’s the next game. And that’s the truth.” The Bearcats (23-2, 12-0 AAC) missed their first seven shots, but were down only 5-2 when they finally scored on a dunk by Nysier Brooks. That started a 9-0 run that put them ahead to stay. Jarron Cumberland had 12 points and Gary Clark 11 for Cincinnati, which finished 44 percent (28 of 63) overall from the field. Washington was 8-of-12 shooting. Jimmy Whitt and Jahmal McMurray each had 19 points for SMU (15-10, 5-7). “Obviously they’re dealing with injuries, but it’s still 5-on-5, so you’ve got to come out ready to play,” Cincinnati coach Mick Cronin said.
No. 9 Duke 80, Georgia Tech 69
Grayson Allen scored 23 points and Duke beat Georgia Tech to end a two-game losing streak. Held to single-digits the last two games in losses at St. John’s and North Carolina, Allen was 5 for 14 from the field, including three 3-pointers, and made all 10 of his free throws. He added six assists and four rebounds. It was the most points he had scored since getting 22 against Florida State on Dec. 30. The Blue Devils (20-5, 8-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) won without center Marvin Bagley, the ACC’s leading scorer and rebounder. The freshman sat out with a mild right knee sprain. Wendell Carter Jr. had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Gary Trent Jr. added 15 points and six rebounds. Josh Okogie had 29 points, six rebounds and four assists for Georgia Tech (11-14, 4-8).
No. 20 Michigan 83, Wisconsin 72
Moe Wagner scored 20 points, went 8 of 14 from the field and added 11 rebounds, and Michigan rode a hot-shooting first half to beat Wisconsin. Duncan Robinson scored 16 points for the Wolverines (20-7, 9-5). They won for the first time on the road since on Jan. 13. Ethan Happ led Wisconsin (11-16, 4-10) with a season-high 29 points.