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Balanced scoring leads K-State past Robert Morris
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Kansas State forward Dean Wade (32) shoots while covered by Robert Morris forward Billy Giles (20) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Manhattan on Tuesday. - photo by AP Photo

MANHATTAN (AP) — Dean Wade had a season-high 13 points and DJ Johnson and Barry Brown added 12 points each to help Kansas State beat Robert Morris 61-40 in a regional round matchup of the Barclays Center Classic on Tuesday night.
The Wildcats (4-0) never trailed and shot 47 percent on 23-of-49 shooting. Wade also grabbed nine rebounds and Johnson had eight.
Robert Morris (0-5) shot 23 percent on 13 of 57 shooting and Kansas State was able to separate during the Colonials’ scoring droughts. On top of their shooting woes, Robert Morris also committed 25 turnovers though the Wildcats had 21 of their own.
Isaiah Still led the Colonials in scoring with 10 points on 3-of-17 shooting and Aaron Tate grabbed 11 rebounds.

Robert Morris: The Colonials’ 25 turnovers were a season high.
Kansas State: The Wildcats were the first team this season to hold Robert Morris under 50 points.

Kansas State: Kansas State will travel to Brooklyn for two games in the Barclays Center Classic. They will take on Boston College on Friday night.