PEORIA, Ill. (AP) -Theron Wilson had 17 points, including seven from the foul line, to lead Bradley to a 75-62 win over Missouri State in a Missouri Valley Conference match on Saturday.
Bradley (5-4) was able to withstand a second-period rally from Missouri State (2-8), which scored 23 points in the first period but came back after the break to add 39. Darian Norris had 12 points for the Braves and David Collins came off the bench to add ten points.
Kenard Moore led the Bears with 19 points, including five 3-pointers, while Jajuan added 16 points from the bench. Missouri State suffered from 23 turnovers, which Bradley turned into 32 points. LaMont Russell had a game-high nine rebounds for the Bears.
The Braves had 21 fast-break points, compared with six for the Bears. Bradley also relied on its bench for 32 points, while the Bears had 18 points from its non-starters.
Bradley led the entire game.

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