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Topic - Jabril Trawick
D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera scored 23 of his season-high 32 points in the second half of Georgetown's 77-65 victory over West Virginia in the first round of the NIT.
Georgetown's NCAA Tournament hopes comes down to four days in NYC. Maybe the Hoyas only need two wins in the Big East Tourney for an NCAA bid, but it's close.
Shut down by Georgetown, Doug McDermott was trying to get open in the lane late in the first half. The ball never made it to him.
Georgetown (16-11, 7-8 Big East) snapped a two-game losing streak as Markel Starks had 22 points and four assists, guiding an efficient offense. The Hoyas shot 52 percent from the floor, had 14 assists and committed just three turnovers.
Looking for a spark with his team's NCAA Tournament hopes fading, Georgetown coach John Thompson inserted Jabril Trawick into the starting lineup for the first time in more than six weeks on Saturday.
With the season winding down, the Hoyas desperate for a win and trying to avoid another slow start, coach John Thompson III inserted Jabril Trawick into the starting lineup. Nice move, coach.
St. John's scored the game's first 15 points and ended Georgetown's recent dominance in the series with an 82-60 win over the Hoyas on Sunday night.
For a while, Georgetown couldn't stop Bryce Cotton. He scored 19 of his 21 Providence points over the final seven minutes of the first half.
Jabril Trawick's return boosted the Hoyas in several ways. Two wins, sure. What else? "When he's out there, a lot of his teammates have more courage."
Jabril Trawick (broken jaw) returns to Georgetown's lineup for Monday's tilt against Villanova, but loses center Moses Ayegba due to a one-game suspension.
Georgetown center Joshua Smith, who has missed the previous five games with academic issues, will miss the remainder of the season.
Georgetown guard Jabril Trawick will miss Saturday's game at Butler and is out indefinitely after suffering a broken jaw.
Georgetown forward Jabril Trawick is out indefinitely after he broke his jaw in a loss at Providence on Wednesday.
"We've been through a lot with the program this year," Georgetown guard Jabril Trawick said. "I think it's disappointing we didn't come out with the win, but at the end of the day, I think that we're a tournament team. I mean, we'll see."
"That's that only thing we can focus on," Trawick said, "winning the tournament."