Navy at Miami Hurricanes: Live Streaming and Game Info

MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 10: Ebuka Izundu
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The Miami Hurricanes will play their second game of the basketball season when they host the Navy Midshipmen on Sunday at 4 PM at the Watsco Center. Both teams enter the game 1-0.

Miami Hurricanes basketball began the season with a 77-45 victory over Gardner-Webb. The Hurricanes overcame a slow start with a dominant second half. Miami outscored the Runnin’ Bulldogs 50-22 in the second half to earn the victory.

Hurricanes guard Bruce Brown lived up to the excellent play expected of him. Brown has been named on numerous award watch lists and as a potential All-American candidate. He was also named to the All-ACC preseason second team.

Brown began the season with the second triple-double of his career and third in Miami history. The Sophomore star had 10 points, 11 rebounds and ten assists against Gardner-Webb.

Also encouraging was the play of the Miami Hurricanes bigs. Starting post Dewan Huell had 14 points, eight rebounds, two assists, one steal and two blocks. He also made six of his nine shots from the floor.

Ebuka Izundu came off the bench to match Huell’s 14 points, he also added 10 rebounds, an assist and a block. Izundu made six of his seven shots from the floor.

Navy opened its season with a 71-62 victory over Pittsburgh. The Midshipmen pulled away in the second half after taking a 39-38 lead at halftime. Navy outscored Pittsburgh 32-24 in the second half.

Navy was paced by its backcourt of Shawn Anderson and Brice Dulin. Anderson had 15 points, nine rebounds and five assists. Dulin led the Midshipmen with 18 points, had eight rebounds and made three of his eight three-point attempts and five of six from the line.

They were the only Navy players in double figures. Tom Lacey contributed upfront with eight points and eight rebounds.

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  • Game Info

    13/12 MIAMI HURRICANES (1-0)
    Head Coach: Jim Larrañaga (Providence, 1971 [B.A.])
    Record at UM: 140-69 (7th season), Career Record: 610-403 (34th season)
    GAME 2 • NOV. 12, 2017 • 4 P.M. ET • CORAL GABLES, FLA.
    Head Coach: Ed DeChellis (Penn State, 1982)
    Record at Navy: 69-119 (7th season), Career Record: 288-350 (22nd season)

    Date/Time: Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017 / 4 p.m. ET
    Location: Coral Gables, Fla. / Watsco Center (7,972

    On the Air:

    Television: None; Online: ACC Network Extra
    Ted Sarandis (PxP) and Josh Darrow (analyst)
    Radio: WQAM AM-560 (Joe Zagacki – PxP)
    Student Radio: WVUM 90.5 FM •
    Satellite Radio: SiriusXM 84 (Internet 84)
    Series vs. Navy: Navy leads, 1-0

    The only matchup between Miami and Navy occurred in 1987. That was during the David Robinson era. Navy earned a 73-62 victory. The Midshipmen were coming off an Elite Eight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Miami was in its second season after reinstating basketball.

    Without any of the Navy Players like Robinson expect Huell and Izundu to have their way inside again. That tandem will be one of the keys to the Miami Hurricanes season.

    Next: Miami Basketball Sophomore Bruce Brown Ready for dominant season

    If they can get solid play inside the Hurricanes will be a very tough team to defend. Huell and Izundu also give Miami a tough inside presence defensively and on the boards.