MILWAUKEE (AP) — Amari Davis tied his career high with 28 points, Kameron Hankerson scored four of his 20 points in the final 19 seconds, and Green Bay rallied to beat Milwaukee 94-90 on Saturday night.
Davis made 11 of 15, and Hankerson 7 of 12, from the field. JayQuan McCloud finished with 26 points on 8-of-14 shooting for Green Bay (13-4, 8-6 Horizon League).
Milwaukee (12-14, 7-7) trailed by as many as nine points in the first half but opened the second with a 10-2 run and then used an 18-6 spurt to take a 76-67 lead when Darius Roy hit a 3-pointer with 10:23 to play. The Phoenix trailed until Hankerson and Josh McNair made back-to-back baskets to make it 89-88 with 45 seconds to go. Te’Jon Lucas answered with two free throws but Hankerson hit a jumper in the lane and made a pair of foul shots to cap the scoring with four seconds to go.
Lucas, DeAndre Abram and Roy scored 20 points apiece for Milwaukee. Lucas added eight assists but committed turnovers on each of the Panthers’ final two possessions.
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