Creighton Bluejays keep slate unblemished with rout of Buffalo Bulls as Kobe Paras sees limited action
Kobe Paras and the  Bluejays play around after a Marcus Foster slam. Photo from Creighton Bluejays Twitter

NO. 10 Creighton again used a strong second half after a tough start, downing Buffalo, 93-72, on Tuesday in Nebraska (Wednesday, Manila time) for its seventh win in as many games.

The Bluejays led by only two at the break but outscored the Bulls, 52-33, in the second half to keep their record unblemished.

Justin Paton had a double-double of 21 points and 10 rebounds, while Marcus Foster scored 22 for the Bluejays, who next take on University of Akron.

Khyri Thomas also came up with a double-double of 18 points and 12 rebounds for Creighton.

Kobe Paras played two minutes and made one of two free throws off a Davonta Jordan foul as the Bluejays dealt the Bulls their third loss in seven games.

Blake Hamilton and Willie Conner scored 21 points each for the Bulls.

 

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