- Associated Press - Thursday, December 17, 2015

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Tre Burnette scored the game winner with 1.2 seconds left in second overtime to give South Dakota a 92-91 victory over Milwaukee on Thursday night.

Burnette got open in the lane off a South Dakota (7-4) inbound play after Milwaukee’s Matt Tiby turned it over with 5.6 seconds left. Tiby secured a defensive rebound off Trey Norris’ miss but fell to the ground for a travelling violation.

Tiby, who finished with 31 points and 17 rebounds, had just given the Panthers (8-4) the lead with 14 seconds to play. He also passed 1,000 career points.

D.J. Davis and Tyler Hagedorn led the Coyotes with 17 points each. Davis also grabbed 10 boards.

Austin Arians had 16 points and Akeem Springs 13 for Milwaukee.

The Panthers appeared to win off Springs’ tip-in with less than a second left in first overtime, but the referees reviewed and determined the shot clock had already expired.

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