- Associated Press - Sunday, January 29, 2017

DETROIT (AP) - DeShawndre Black’s 3-point play with 12 seconds left gave Detroit Mercy a 93-92 victory over Green Bay on Sunday.

Green Bay’s Tevin Findlay missed a pair of free throws before Black was fouled on a twisting drive through the paint, scoring with his left hand then making the winning free throw. The Phoenix missed a shot in a crowded key as time ran out.

Green Bay had led since early in the first half and was up 81-71 with 8:40 left before the Titans went on a 16-7 run to get within one, capped by a 3-pointer by Corey Allen with 3:16 to go. Green Bay scored the next two baskets but Josh McFolley hit two free throws and Allen one to set up Black’s winning play.

Jaleel Hogan led Detroit Mercy (5-17, 3-7 Horizon), which shot 52.5 percent, with 28 points with Allen adding 20. The Titans snapped a seven-game losing streak to the Phoenix (13-9, 7-3).

Khalil Small scored 21 points to lead the Phoenix, who shot 61 percent but surrendered 21 turnovers for 24 points.

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