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No. 7 Shockers blow past UMKC

Wichita State center Shaquille Morris blocks the shot of Missouri-Kansas City guard Brandon McKissic during the first half during the first half of a college basketball game on Friday in Wichita.

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WICHITA (AP) — Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall would prefer his best big men dominate inside.
But when senior posts Darral Willis, Shaquille Morris and Rauno Nurger combined for four 3-pointers in the first 7 minutes of Friday night’s opener against Missouri-Kansas City.
Marshall was not complaining.
“They make them in practice, so I guess it’s good,” Marshall said. “It certainly opens the floor, and we were getting great looks.”
The seventh-ranked Shockers took full advantage, pummeling Missouri-Kansas City 109-57 on 60.9 percent shooting.
Willis had a game-high 19 points. Landry Shamet scored 17 points, Morris had 16 ...

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