AUSTIN, Texas — Texas manager Rick Barnes approaching correct screens. He wanted frail movement.
He perceived neither.
When a ninth-ranked Texas Longhorns indispensable an open 3-pointer to tie Stanford Tuesday night, they heaved dual rhythmical attempts on their final possession and mislaid 74-71 in overtime.
“But we didn’t shade and we were too delayed moving,” Barnes said.
Guards Javan Felix and Demarcus Holland missed a shots, and Stanford had a initial highway win over a top-10 group given 2008.
Anthony Brown wasn’t assertive adequate when Stanford (7-3) mislaid during BYU final week, so he vowed to make an alteration for a subsequent game, during Texas (10-2).
“I wanted to have no regrets,” Brown said.
The Cardinal brazen scored a season-best 25 points, including a go-ahead basket in overtime. He converted all 4 of his 3-point attempts.
Guard Chasson Randle supplemented Brown with 22 points, and he also done a purchase shot in overtime.
Brown converted all 4 of his 3-point attempts, though his final basket, with 1:08 remaining in overtime, was on a expostulate inside.
After Felix missed a 3-point shot, Randle done a jumper with 10 seconds left for a final domain of victory.
Felix led Texas with a season-high 19 points. He done some large shots in a second half. Guard Kendal Yancy and brazen Jonathan Holmes scored 14 apiece.
Holmes combined a overtime with a burst shot from a giveaway chuck line with 25 seconds remaining.
Stanford had taken a lead 31 seconds progressing on a jumper by Randle from around a tainted circle.
Randle and Brown regularly done step-back jumpers when they seemed to be well-guarded by Texas. Randle’s final shot was one of them.
“I wanted to emanate some space,” Randle said. “I knew if we got that, we was going to get a shot.”
Texas outshot Stanford 52.2 percent to 38.7 in a initial half, though a diversion was tied during a break, 31 apiece. Stanford compensated for missed shots with 8 descent rebounds and a 9-0 corner in second possibility points for a half. Forward Travis Reid snagged 5 of them. Reid finished with 14 rebounds, 6 on offense.
“I suspicion those guys were tougher,” Barnes said. “From start to finish.”
And improved shooters when it mattered. Felix missed dual 3-pointers in a final 45 seconds. Holmes didn’t take a shot in a final 3 minutes.
“We don’t rest on one chairman to take over a diversion or take a infancy of a shots,” Felix said. “I only knew that when we get an open shot I’m ostensible to take it.”
Barnes pronounced he wanted Holmes to have a round more.
‘We were perplexing to play by Jon,” Barnes said. “We had a integrate of post guys who did not execute. Not only screens, though being where we are ostensible to be.”
Texas: Point ensure Isaiah Taylor had x-rays Tuesday on his damaged left wrist. The wrist is recovering properly, though there is no date set for his return, a group orator said. Taylor and manager Rick Barnes have pronounced they wish a lapse date is Jan. 3 for a Big 12 opener during Texas Tech. In a meantime, a expel is gone, and Taylor will wear a protecting sleeve. Taylor suffered a damage late in a third diversion of a deteriorate opposite Iowa on Nov. 20 in New York’s Madison Square Garden.
Stanford: The Cardinal snapped a frustrating strain on Tuesday by not descending into a double-digit hole in a initial half. The many Stanford trailed by was seven. Stanford suffered double figure first-half deficits in a prior 4 games, losing to DePaul and BYU and violence Denver and Loyola Marymount.
Texas brazen Jonathan Holmes mislaid a tooth though was means to finish a game. Center Cam Ridley left a diversion with 6:51 remaining in law and did not return. He perceived 3 stiches over his left eye.
Texas hosts Rice on Monday.
Stanford hosts Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Monday.
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