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SIUC rolls to 75-64 win over Bradley

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CARBONDALE -- Anthony Beane scored 27 points as Southern Illinois beat Bradley 75-64 on Tuesday night to end a three-game skid to the Braves.

Southern Illinois trailed by two points at halftime, but opened up the second half by outscoring Bradley 18-8. Bradley went scoreless for over four minutes, but Bell's 3-pointer pulled the Braves within 51-46 with 9 minutes left.

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The Salukis were eight of their first 16 attempts from the line until Bola Olaniyan made two -- after missing his first four -- for a 57-48 lead. Southern Illinois went to the line 14 more times and made 10 of them.

Beane made 9 of 12 from the line for Southern Illinois (11-17, 7-8 Missouri Valley Conference). Desmar Jackson had 15 points and Olaniyan added 10 and 12 rebounds for the Salukis.

Bradley (11-17, 6-9) was led by Walt Lemon, Jr. with 17 points and Omari Grier added 14.

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