Monster game from Adam Miller lifts LSU men’s basketball past Wofford

The Tigers narrowly avoided a second-straight loss in their return home against Wofford on Sunday afternoon.

The Terriers led this game by as much as five and held a one-point lead with under three minutes to play, but a late 10-0 run helped seal a 78-75 win over Wofford as LSU moves to 6-1 on the season.

Adam Miller led the way for the team with 26 points, tying a season-high. KJ Williams also scored in double figures with 15 points and five rebounds, while Trae Hannibal scored 12 points coming off the bench. It was an excellent shooting day for the Tigers overall, as they finished shooting 52.8% from the field.

The Terriers had a good day offensively, as well, shooting 48.3% for the game and above 50% in the second half — in which they outscored the Tigers. Unfortunately, 13 turnovers proved costly as those mistakes netted LSU 16 points.

Moving forward, the Tigers will have a bit of a break as they will return to the court on Friday night for a game against UT Arlington at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

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