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 DETROIT (AP) -Gonzaga's Josh Heytvelt hit the winning 3-pointer in the final minute, scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Reese's All-Stars to a 105-100 win over Hershey's All-Stars in a college senior All-Star game on Friday night.
Tyrese Rice scored 24 points and Marcus Landry had 14 for the winners in a game of college seniors played on the same court as the Final Four.
Two national championship winning coaches were on the bench for the game. Former Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson led Josh Carter and the Hershey's team, and Bruce Weber of Illinois coached Rice and the Reese's All Stars.
Jermaine Taylor had 23 points for Hershey's.
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