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College Basketball Sports Betting Report – Boeheim Brothers Lead Syracuse Win Against Georgia Tech

The Boeheim brothers lead Syracuse to a win against Georgia Tech. They scored a total of 35 points, with Buddy Boeheim scoring the go-ahead 3-point shot in overtime Monday night. Also, it was not the first three-point shot Buddy Boeheim scored in the extra period.

Buddy Boeheim’s 3-pointer gave Syracuse a 72-70 lead with 2:17 to go in the additional period. Jimmy Boeheim drew a foul on Syracuse’s next play. Also, he made both free throws to give the team a four-point lead with 1:56 left in the game.

Kyle Sturdivant’s 3-pointer drew Georgia Tech within a single point with 1:36 left. After several turnovers and missed shots from both squads, Georgia Tech got possession of the ball with 22 seconds left. However, Michael Devoe would miss three shots as the Yellow Jackets gathered offensive rebounds after every miss. Time expired after his third miss.

Boeheim Brothers Lead Syracuse Against Georgia Tech

Boeheim Brothers Lead Syracuse Win Against Georgia Tech In Overtime

Jimmy Boeheim led Syracuse with 20 points. Also, he snatched ten rebounds. Buddy Boeheim had 15 points. However, they shot 11 out of 37 attempts. Cole Swider scored 18 points and grabbed twelve rebounds. Joe Girard III added 12 points and dished out five assists. In addition, Syracuse won regardless of their dismal shooting at 33 percent. According to sports betting software reports, the Orange had four turnovers.

According to the sports handicapping forum, Rodney Howard had 19 points and grabbed ten rebounds for Georgia Tech. Jordan Usher had 14 points, got 13 rebounds, and dished out five assists. Also, Devoe got 14 points, grabbed five rebounds, and gave out four assists.

According to betting solution experts, a Girard’s three-pointer and Swider’s layup gave Syracuse a six-point lead with 5:23 left in regulation time. However, Georgia Tech came back with several three-pointers from Dallan Coleman to tie the score. Coleman made two out of three free throws with 2:28 left to keep the score within a point. A minute later, Jalon Moore made one free throw to send the game into overtime.

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