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Walt Lemon Jr. saves Bradley with a buzzer beater

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Wichita State knocked off No. 12 Creighton in the game of the day in the Missouri Valley but Bradley provided the most exciting finish with Walt Lemon Jr. hitting a game winner at the buzzer for a 69-66 Bradley win.

Lemon's 3-pointer off the glass (did he call that?) allowed Bradley to improve to 12-7 while Missouri State sank to a new low in its difficult season. It stands at 5-14. Lemon led all scorers with 20 points.

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